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cpuchecker

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KDE Hardware Utility

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Downloads:  2002
Submitted:  Jun 14 2006
Updated:  Sep 13 2006

Description:

Cpuchecker is a simple kicker applet that allows users to display their current CPU speed. At this moment only the speed of the first cpu will be displayed.

Also it is possible to change the current freqency governor using the menu that pops up after clicking on the applet.

cpufrequtils has to be installed to use this applet.
www.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/kernel/cpufreq/cpufrequtils.html




Changelog:

changed the makefile (should compile easier now)




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 cpufrequtils ?

 
 by watzke on: Jun 15 2006
 
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Why cpufrequtils must be installed? Check out /proc/cpuinfo :)


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 Re: cpufrequtils ?

 
 by bazzs on: Jun 15 2006
 
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This way the CPU speed can be changed using an userspace program.

While it would be possible to look at the way the kernel developers did it and just copy it, changes to the kernel might make this software unusable and I hope that using this way this will not be the case.

The CPU speed cannot be changed directly at the moment though, but you can change the CPU governor.


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 Re: Re: cpufrequtils ?

 
 by lavacano201014 on: Jul 19 2006
 
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 Re: Re: Re: cpufrequ

 
 by mETz on: Sep 16 2006
 
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cpufrequtils should ship with any recent distro. Debian unstable has it ;)


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 Re: cpufrequtils ?

 
 by wizard123 on: Sep 14 2006
 
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Only linux supports /proc/cpufreq. And this is deprecated iirc.


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