I am a beginner in Linux. I want implement patch for changing a CPU frequency governor.But I don't know what is patch and Governor in Linux and I don't know where I can start from? Please help me with an example.
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If you want to change the CPU frequency governor (which of course affects the overall battery time), you need to write to files located in
is sufficient. Be aware, that on a multicore machine it can change stuff for more than one and/or not all CPUs (get a list from the
The easiest (and safest) way, is to use cpufreq-utils.