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by DavidG
Sat 12. Jan 2013, 00:23
Forum: PHC Help
Topic: [solved] No rule to make target `dkms_mkdeb'.
Replies: 14
Views: 17639

Re: [solved] No rule to make target `dkms_mkdeb'.

edit Crap. Well, I was trying to make my own topic, but I kept running into General SQL ERROR [1364] (Field 'topic_last_poster_name' doesn't have a default value) Thanks for noting, it should be fixed now. Just another leftover from the mysql4 to mysql5 transition. AFAIK all database tables and fie...
by DavidG
Fri 30. Nov 2012, 22:55
Forum: PHC Discussions
Topic: Fix for linux-3.x support in phc-k8
Replies: 27
Views: 46228

Re: Fix for linux-3.x support in phc-k8

during building I get a warning. Is it harmfull in any way? It is completely harmless. It's caused by a standard Linux kernel macro for module parameters, so it's a bit odd that the kernel complains about this nonetheless... during install with kernel 3.7.0-rc7 I get an error requiring me to delete...
by DavidG
Wed 7. Nov 2012, 13:03
Forum: PHC Discussions
Topic: Ubuntu PHC kernel testers
Replies: 11
Views: 19998

Re: Ubuntu PHC kernel testers

I finally had time to update the phc-k8 driver, if anyone with an AMD processor could test it, it would be very much appreciated. I intend to release as soon as it has had some proper testing on AMD K8 and K10 architectures...

It is located here: viewtopic.php?f=13&t=38
by DavidG
Wed 7. Nov 2012, 13:00
Forum: PHC Discussions
Topic: Fix for linux-3.x support in phc-k8
Replies: 27
Views: 46228

Re: Fix for linux-3.x support in phc-k8

I finally had time to update the phc-k8 driver, there's a new beta driver that fixes these problems once and for all. I intend to release as soon as it has had some proper testing on AMD K8 and K10 architectures...

It is located here: viewtopic.php?f=13&t=38
by DavidG
Wed 7. Nov 2012, 01:42
Forum: PHC Downloads
Topic: test Releases
Replies: 8
Views: 42969

Re: test Releases

A new beta phc-k8 driver has been uploaded
by DavidG
Tue 18. Sep 2012, 09:03
Forum: PHC Discussions
Topic: Fix for linux-3.x support in phc-k8
Replies: 27
Views: 46228

Re: Fix for linux-3.x support in phc-k8

ThanX :-) It now works on kernel 3.2 one strange for me is that sudo make help gives an error: /bin/sh: 1: Syntax error: "(" unexpected Thanks for noticing... :oops: Apparently this: @echo -e all\\t\\t- (default target) build the kernel module Should be: @echo -e all\\t\\t- \(default target\) build...
by DavidG
Fri 27. Jul 2012, 09:20
Forum: Offtopic
Topic: New leader for Linux-PHC?
Replies: 2
Views: 19568

Re: New leader for Linux-PHC?

Hi The-Fallen, I wouldn't mind taking the leadership. I check here regularly for questions, but I haven't been very active besides doing that, but I'm planning to release an updated phc-k8 with kernel 3.4/3.5 CPU auto-detect. Just drop me an email!
by DavidG
Tue 15. May 2012, 09:51
Forum: PHC Help
Topic: [solved] No rule to make target `dkms_mkdeb'.
Replies: 14
Views: 17639

Re: [solved] No rule to make target `dkms_mkdeb'.

$ sudo modprobe msr $ sudo rdmsr -x0 -p0 0xc0010041 0000000100001202 $ sudo rdmsr -x0 -p0 0xc0010042 00000212000c0c02 Thank you, you have been very helpful, unfortunately it seems I cannot use the "StartFid" as lower boundary, it is 0xC in your case which is the upper limit, In my case it contains ...
by DavidG
Mon 14. May 2012, 23:56
Forum: PHC Help
Topic: [solved] No rule to make target `dkms_mkdeb'.
Replies: 14
Views: 17639

Re: direct_transitions, echo 12:4 10:8 8:13 6:17 4:21 2:26

Of course, you'll need to unload and load the module before the module options take effect - did you do that? Indeed to force-enable 800MHz, you'll have to change the line in /etc/modprobe.d/phc-k8.conf to: options phc-k8 direct_transitions=1 min_800MHz=1 Could you please install msr-tools, then do ...
by DavidG
Mon 14. May 2012, 21:23
Forum: PHC Help
Topic: [solved] No rule to make target `dkms_mkdeb'.
Replies: 14
Views: 17639

Re: [solved] No rule to make target `dkms_mkdeb'.

To enable those frequencies, set the module parameter "direct_transitions" to 1. You can edit the file at /etc/modprobe.d/phc-k8.conf which is installed together with the dkms install. To enable new frequencies (or disable existing) you must use the phc_controls interface, e.g.: echo 12:4 10:8 8:13 ...