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by the-fallen
Sat 9. Jan 2010, 16:01
Forum: PHC Help
Topic: Build failed for kernel 2.6.29.6-1.rt23.4.fc11.ccrma.i586.rt
Replies: 7
Views: 6370

Re: Build failed for kernel 2.6.29.6-1.rt23.4.fc11.ccrma.i586.rt

I hope you will find a solution.
Please let us know if you have fixed that problem.

Good luck.
by the-fallen
Fri 8. Jan 2010, 17:03
Forum: PHC Help
Topic: Build failed for kernel 2.6.29.6-1.rt23.4.fc11.ccrma.i586.rt
Replies: 7
Views: 6370

Re: Build failed for kernel 2.6.29.6-1.rt23.4.fc11.ccrma.i586.rt

I'm sorry. I hoped that someone else may have an idea but nobody answeared you so I am doing it. I do not know what's wrong and I do not know what you can do. Maybe - If you want to try - use a vanilla kernel (from kernel.org) just to check if it is working there or if you get the same errors. If it...
by the-fallen
Fri 8. Jan 2010, 16:58
Forum: PHC Help
Topic: stupid question: where to download?
Replies: 4
Views: 4805

Re: stupid question: where to download?

That happened bcause something went wrong with the last update of the download article.
I fixed that.
by the-fallen
Wed 6. Jan 2010, 17:59
Forum: PHC Help
Topic: writing /cpu0/phc_controls
Replies: 11
Views: 11243

Re: writing /cpu0/phc_controls

They are really hard to find. You can crawl the intel whitepapers (but they do not tell much) and I found a map in the internet and also an OSX Website where that topic was discussed.

Are you interested in learning more or helping us with some developements?
by the-fallen
Tue 5. Jan 2010, 21:48
Forum: PHC Help
Topic: writing /cpu0/phc_controls
Replies: 11
Views: 11243

Re: writing /cpu0/phc_controls

Yeah, you're right. Finding information about intel CPUs is harder than finding the right words to say to your girlfriend. How ever, I am happy to be able to share that information to you. The values for the Current pstate data is stored in 0x198 A register is manifactured with blood and steel and i...
by the-fallen
Mon 4. Jan 2010, 17:04
Forum: supported by linux-PHC
Topic: phc_init.d
Replies: 10
Views: 14897

Re: phc_init.d

Hehe, you're welcome.

The latest phc kernel from the ppa (if you are using ubuntu) should suggest installing cpufreq-utils, too. If you install them THEY care about loading the driver. But writing it to /etc/modules works fine, too.

I hope you are able tu undervolt you CPU :)
by the-fallen
Mon 4. Jan 2010, 17:01
Forum: PHC Discussions
Topic: Undervolting the i7-720qm
Replies: 5
Views: 4655

Re: Undervolting the i7-720qm

Hi, you are the first one I know (because you are the first who asked). In theory they should work. If you are going to try it I would be glad to see the results. If there are any problems please let me know so maybe I can fix them before I release the next preview-version of the upcomping 0.4 relea...
by the-fallen
Sun 3. Jan 2010, 10:06
Forum: supported by linux-PHC
Topic: phc_init.d
Replies: 10
Views: 14897

Re: phc_init.d

Are you sure that the cpufreq / phc-intel module is set to be automatically loaded at boot?

You may need to install cpufreq-utils to have it that way or you need to add phc-intel to /etc/modules
by the-fallen
Sat 2. Jan 2010, 21:42
Forum: PHC Help
Topic: writing /cpu0/phc_controls
Replies: 11
Views: 11243

Re: writing /cpu0/phc_controls

You can use the tool "read_msr" (available here in the forum -> see downloads) to check if VIDs are applied. That does not mean that the CPU is using them but that the CPU accepted them as value (and therefore they usually work). I never used rc local so I am not sure what would be correct. There is...
by the-fallen
Sat 2. Jan 2010, 17:30
Forum: PHC Help
Topic: writing /cpu0/phc_controls
Replies: 11
Views: 11243

Re: writing /cpu0/phc_controls

I'm glad that 0.3.2 works for you.

Like already mentioned the 0.3.99 is/was a test-release.
A more stable version will follow but 0.3.2 should du it until then.

Ah and .. Welcome :)