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by the-fallen
Sat 2. Jan 2010, 11:43
Forum: PHC Help
Topic: writing /cpu0/phc_controls
Replies: 11
Views: 11226

Re: writing /cpu0/phc_controls

Please try it using an editor .. maybe "nano" or something. That should work.

How ever, you are using a test-version that will be replaced by another one soon.
The next one will use a more simple interface so "echo" will work again.
by the-fallen
Thu 31. Dec 2009, 07:56
Forum: Offtopic
Topic: google su**s
Replies: 0
Views: 11825

google su**s

google su**s... every time I google for some Intel MSR values the first things found are some postings from this forum :)
by the-fallen
Mon 28. Dec 2009, 18:36
Forum: supported by linux-PHC
Topic: phc_init.d
Replies: 10
Views: 14874

Re: phc_init.d

The Warning can be ignored. It just tells us that we need to change something soon for future kernels. For now it should work. Can you manually set VIDs? Does the init script work / does display messages if you manually start it? ( sudo /etc/init.d/phc_init restart ) (assuming you used the default p...
by the-fallen
Thu 24. Dec 2009, 09:25
Forum: Offtopic
Topic: Merry Christmas
Replies: 1
Views: 12326

Merry Christmas

Yes, Marry Christmas to you all from the PHC people. :)

We hope there is the new Laptop with that cool new CPU under your Christmas Tree that you wanted for so long :)
by the-fallen
Sat 19. Dec 2009, 07:22
Forum: PHC Help
Topic: Installation Guide
Replies: 37
Views: 55220

Re: Installation Guide

It is possible :) Yet it is easier for me to make those offtree-packages but I will keep your wish in mind.

Maybe someone volunteer to maintain intel dkms packages?
by the-fallen
Sun 13. Dec 2009, 23:01
Forum: PHC Discussions
Topic: 2.6.32 kernel
Replies: 4
Views: 4110

Re: 2.6.32 kernel

Thanks for your work. I have released a new offtree-package today. I did not included your patch since making my own one is easier as to review another one. But still, I recognize your work and I am glad that some users put that much time in it. Sure your patch is basically the same like the one I m...
by the-fallen
Sun 13. Dec 2009, 08:27
Forum: PHC Discussions
Topic: What's wrong with the IDA?
Replies: 2
Views: 3340

Re: What's wrong with the IDA?

There is nothing wrong. The CPU Driver is displaying the Frequency for IDA that way. In most cases (depends on the CPU) the real IDA frequency is your highest frequency + half of your BUS frequency. Lets say you have 2000MHz as highest and your BUS frequency is 266MHz (FSB800) Then the REAL IDA freq...
by the-fallen
Mon 7. Dec 2009, 18:06
Forum: PHC Discussions
Topic: 2.6.32 kernel
Replies: 4
Views: 4110

Re: 2.6.32 kernel

Sure there will. I am sorry to be behind time - lot to do :)
by the-fallen
Sat 28. Nov 2009, 18:42
Forum: PHC Discussions
Topic: Two highest speeds on Core 2 Duo
Replies: 7
Views: 6600

Re: Two highest speeds on Core 2 Duo

The one with the 100MHz higher frequency is the SpeedStep for IDA ( Intel Dynamic Acceleration ). This speed step in real is at least half the BUS frequency higher than the highest normal speed step. It is the cpufreq driver that displays it only with 100MHz higher. How ever, this is just a matter o...
by the-fallen
Thu 26. Nov 2009, 22:08
Forum: PHC Help
Topic: Core 2 Duo SP9400
Replies: 4
Views: 4518

Re: Core 2 Duo SP9400

I think http://linux-phc.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=67 is quite good, even if I wrote it with Ubuntu in mind I think it can be used anywhere. If you are using ubuntu and do not want to compile the kernel for yourself you can use our ppa to get an already prepared kernel (only necessary for ubunt...