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The name is somewhat misleading, as any CPUfreq capable processor will work, not just those from AMD. However, it works better on CPUs that support more than two speed steps, like those with AMD's PowerNow! or Intel's Pentium M series.
This daemon is less complicated than cpufreqd or cpudyn, at the cost of absolutely depending on a 2.6 kernel with the userspace governor and sysfs support enabled.
Some notes on preparing a system for use with powernowd. The requirements for powernowd are really minimal. If you use a prebuilt 2.6 kernel package, all the required kernel modules are included. You just need to ensure they are loaded (cpufreq_userspace, and on my system also speedstep_centrino). One way to do this is to add them to /etc/modules, which will cause them to load at boot time (se more»
PowerNow Daemon, (c) 2003-2008 John Clemens Daemon to control the speed and voltage of CPUs. This is a simple client to the CPUFreq driver that uses Linux kernel v2.5/v2.6 sysfs interface. You need a supported CPU and a kernel that supports sysfs to run this daemon. The name is somewhat misleading, as this will work with any CPUfreq capable processor, not just processors supporting AMD's Pow more»
POWERNOWD(1) POWERNOWD(1) NAME powernowd - control the speed and voltage of cpus SYNOPSIS powernowd [options] DESCRIPTION This is a simple client to the cpufreq driver, and uses the sysfs interface in Linux kernel version 2.6. You need a sup‐ ported cpu, and a kernel that supports sysfs to run this dae‐ more»
powernowd (1.00-1.1) unstable; urgency=low * Non-maintainer upload. * Fix bashism in init scrip more»
This package was debianized by Bdale Garbee <email@example.com> on Mon, 3 Nov 2003 17:36:48 -0700. It more»