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by rubenvb
Wed 8. Jul 2009, 23:04
Forum: Success Stories
Topic: The second success story :p
Replies: 4
Views: 8891

Re: The second success story :p

Yeah, I probably should test more, but I don't feell like it. I suppose Kubuntu Karmic Alpha would crash before my cpu gets to making errors :p

(nevertheless, you are completely correct :) )

The figures speak for themselves, the cooling in this (stone age) laptop sucks very very.... very much.
by rubenvb
Wed 8. Jul 2009, 23:01
Forum: PHC Help
Topic: [SOLVED] can't reach lowest possible voltage on Pentium M
Replies: 3
Views: 3286

Re: can't reach lowest possible voltage (i think) on Pentium M

All right, makes sense... sucky HP BIOS then :D

Thanks!
by rubenvb
Wed 8. Jul 2009, 19:58
Forum: PHC Help
Topic: [SOLVED] can't reach lowest possible voltage on Pentium M
Replies: 3
Views: 3286

[SOLVED] can't reach lowest possible voltage on Pentium M

I'm running phc-intel and th undervolting is working (checked with read_msr and of course my temps are down :)) One question left though: under Windows and using RMClock, I could set the voltage of my Pentium M to .700 V for the lowest states (gave me a temperature drop of +- 5°C vs the stock .988V)...
by rubenvb
Wed 8. Jul 2009, 19:45
Forum: PHC Discussions
Topic: PHC-Intel for 2.6.31?
Replies: 5
Views: 5191

Re: PHC-Intel for 2.6.31?

I got phc to work with the new kernel. I used the 2.6.30 module* and compiled while running the freshly compiled Ubuntu kernel (2.6.31-rc2). I then did a "sudo make install" and rebooted and voila, we have phc-intel running instead of acpi_cpufreq. It works sublimely :D. I don't know if there are an...
by rubenvb
Tue 7. Jul 2009, 22:22
Forum: PHC Help
Topic: Trouble with final step of installation
Replies: 8
Views: 7913

Re: Trouble with final step of installation

If I may jump in... The last step (fakeroot and so forth) compiles the kernel. This takes a while, so be sure you've got time. Ths is not the phc patching. In Ubuntu 9.04, the acpi_cpufreq module is built in to the kernel, so it can't be unloaded and replaced by a patches phc module. For this reason...
by rubenvb
Tue 7. Jul 2009, 11:14
Forum: PHC Discussions
Topic: PHC-Intel for 2.6.31?
Replies: 5
Views: 5191

Re: PHC-Intel for 2.6.31?

@gentooer: could you please upload your corrected 2.6.31 phc kernel patch? I would do correct the patch myself, but I have no idea how these things work. Just yesterday was the first time I compiled my own kernel (running Kubuntu Karmic). Thanks a bunch!
by rubenvb
Mon 6. Jul 2009, 18:23
Forum: PHC News
Topic: PHC on Ubuntu 9.04
Replies: 42
Views: 694131

Re: PHC on Ubuntu 9.04

Will the current kernel module work with the new (unstable) 2.6.31 kernel? I'm planning on going to Karmic Alpha, but this is really holding me back.
by rubenvb
Mon 6. Jul 2009, 16:20
Forum: Success Stories
Topic: The second success story :p
Replies: 4
Views: 8891

The second success story :p

I have just completed installing the phc-intel module on my Kubuntu Jaunty system (Pentium M 2.0 GHz). In order for everything to work, I had to recompile the kernel as instructed here: http://www.linux-phc.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=67 This worked the second time I tried it. I forgot to uncheck...