> well, I actually saw PCMCIA functioning properly after
> make clean'ing, recompiling and rebooting.
> so no worries about that. now, off to find a replacement
> for "APM idle calls".
You can try cpufreqd (to set the cpu according to the usage).
I also use acpi performance states...
For instance on my laptop (Toshiba Satellite Pro 6100 , 2Ghz)
I have this on /proc/acpi/processor/CPU0/performance :
[cioby@LNX cioby]$ cat /proc/acpi/processor/CPU0/performance
state count: 2
active state: P0
*P0: 2000 MHz, 22000 mW, 250 uS
P1: 1200 MHz, 9800 mW, 250 uS
I often switch to performance state 1 even in if not running on battery.
If I keep it in my lap, and do an kernel compile, I don't want my balls
to get fryed :)
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