I'm struggling with cpupower on ArchLinux. I want to set governor to ondemand or even to conservative. First if I do $ sudo cpupower frequency-info --governors, I only get performance powersave. So ...
In Ubuntu 13.10 on my (Dual Core i5 Lenovo G570) laptop, I recently discovered the wonders of indicator-cpufreq, so I can extend my battery life dramatically by setting it to 'ondemand' or 'powersave' ...
Intel Sandy-Bridge family i5 Core CPU, running Linux kernel 3.2 (Debian Squeeze/Wheezy), under heavy computation load, does not react to to cpufreq-set -g powersave (using acpi_cpufreq module). It is ...
I have FreeBSD 9.0-RC3 installed on an HP Thin Client that has a Mobile AMD Sempron(tm) Processor 2100+. I am trying to get cpufreq and powerd to manage the frequency of the processor, but I'm not ...
I'm changing my CPU frequency because of noisy fan. I used sudo cpufreq-selector -g powersave for this purpose, but I replaced my Linux system Xubuntu with Lubuntu because it utilizes better ...