June 15, 2007

CPU Scaling in Ubuntu

I noticed that the cpu scaling was a little slow (well programs were crashing before ubuntu increased the Mz) so tried to use the cpu-freq applet but they somehow the big wigs have decided that this is a bad idea! So to re-enable it use the command
“sudo chmod +s /usr/bin/cpufreq-selector”
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