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Re: Unable to dynamically set CPU frequency
On 2013-06-01, Sverre Froyen <sverre%viewmark.com@localhost> wrote:
> On 2013-06-01, at 13:52, Tim R <therealclicksy%yahoo.com@localhost> wrote:
>> Just doubled checked and I am positive I'm booting with the correct
>> kernel. Not sure what to look for now. Is there some bios options I
>> could look at?
> I had an HP Omnibook may years ago that would overheat when ACPI was enabled.
Apparently, HP leaves all thermal management to the OS when ACPI is used.
As a workaround you could try to disable ACPI with "boot -2"
(it looks like this works even though the boot mans page states that it is
for i386 only).
Takker og bukker! Thanks Sverre! This solved the problem and estd is now
able to control the cpu speed with no ACPI running. I read something
about an HP bios update. Have to look into this further
How can I control various temperature settings in coretemp and do I have
any options to control fan speeds and thresholds now? I noticed without
ACPI the fan only have two speeds, minimum and something around 80%. It
runs a little to hot compiling etc. I'd like to modify this and set
critical limits etc if at all possible? Running envstat it only reports
"Current" No Critical or Warning temps.
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