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Thread: cpufreq-selector governors config file

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    cpufreq-selector governors config file

    With cpufreq-selector -g mode you can change powerscheme for your CPUs. For example performance mode keeps your cpu on highest possible frequency, powersave lowers the frequency. I'd like to configure these modes but I can't find a configuration file for these modes. I've found it once but I can remember where it was. For example, lets say that powersave mode is 20% usage of CPU, I'd like to change that to 50%.

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    Re: cpufreq-selector governors config file

    here using the CpuFreq applet in panel i can switch between 1.00 GHZ, 1.33GHZ, 1.67GHZ and 2.0GHz.
    But not sure if it's what you want.

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    Re: cpufreq-selector governors config file

    Quote Originally Posted by mano cazalet View Post
    here using the CpuFreq applet in panel i can switch between 1.00 GHZ, 1.33GHZ, 1.67GHZ and 2.0GHz.
    But not sure if it's what you want.
    I want to edit a file where I can edit settings for different profiles:
    - performance
    - powersave
    - conservative
    - ondemand

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