Comment on this change optional. Post as a guest Name. Socket 7 sudo modprobe powernow-k6 CPU: I’ve seen discussion on getting rid of this in later kernels don’t count on it being there in the future. Confirm that the battery is dead and I’ll post a full explanation.

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Remember to put the name of your CPU’s module you found above in here also so it loads on boot.

Is it shown as you boot? No such file or directory. If not then use the CPU info you found and figure out which module you need to load. We will be scaling the CPU with the kernel so we don’t need these.

[SOLVED] Quad Core Q Frequency Scaling in Jaunty [Archive] – Ubuntu Forums

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. This causes the ondemand ocre to never let any processor get to it’s full frequency and complete the task faster. I checked mine and noticed that it was pre-Jaunty.


It should be pretty much useless at this point because the kernel can do this stuff itself, so the fact that you need it installed is a bug.

Thu Oct 26, 1: Fri Oct 27, 6: If that does for you then you don’t need to go through the parts of finding and loading the correct modules below.

kernel cpufreq on intel core2quad

No such file or directory 3 out of 4 Intel machines I’ve tested do not support cpufreq with kernel 2. I succeeded reverting to an older bios, v.

Below is a command that will help you identify what type of processor s you have. Every time the governor type changes all values get reset. Check with “uname -a” if you run version 2. At least this turned out to be my case: SATA link up 1.

Hmm, then it’s probably something else. Just my 2 cents.

List of Intel Core 2 microprocessors

Core 2 Duo SL Retrieved from ” https: As I said, if you are running the Jaunty kernel then it shouldn’t even be possible to load that module, so something is odd. This has been merged into the acpi-cpufreq module in later kernels.


coe I installed the cpufrequtils and ran cpufreq-info, se output below. Mike Rose, thank you for reporting this and helping make Ubuntu better. Retrieved 20 March Then run the command to load it.

Linux-Kernel Archive: kernel cpufreq on intel core2quad

Christoph Dwertmann cdwertmann wrote on Core 2 Extreme QX Some BIOS’s may not have an option for either. Because i also have cpu temperature applet, i can verify that the power management is not working since it will cause 45 degrees instead of 28 degrees CPU temp; and quite a difference in power consumption. Do you get the same if you boot some good Linux livecd, like SystemRescue?

Unfortunately your BIOS may have the option but it is listed as another name altogether.

I believe in microseconds also. Now that they are loaded you will want to load them on boot.

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