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Re: Installing 5.0.2 on a PowerBook G4
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On Oct 9, 2010, at 3:20 PM, Frank Wille wrote:
No, such a sysctl-entry doesn't exist here. It's a 7447A.
IIRC my iBook G4 has the same CPU.
Sure? Then the CPU should support DFS.
Brain fart alert, mine's a 7455. I should look at my dmesg output more
Or perhaps something can be done with powerd(8)?
I just looked at powerd and I don't see a way for it to control CPU
speed, although you probably could put something in a sensor script to
lower CPU speed if it gets too hot. Not that there's a guarantee that
we have a CPU temperature sensor or that we have a way to match a
sensor to a CPU.
IIRC there's a daemon to control speedstep on x86, maybe we should
look at that instead of reinventing the wheel.
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