BENIS DENIS! DENNACE DENNACE DENNACE.
Hello there. You're looking lovely today... heh heh heh.
Alright. Enough small talk. Let's get to business.
My name is Dennace Whitely. You might have heard of me before... they like to call me Golden Dennace. I run several companies in Scotland.
The reason I am here today is to ask you some questions on 'LINUX'.
Do you use CPU frequency scaling in linux? I do, on my laptop and desktop computers.
In my desktop, I have an Athlon64 3800+, and I have enabled the 'cool'n'quiet' function. It didn't work at first, but it worked fine after I updated my bios to the most recent version available.
In my laptop, an Asus Z35FM with the Celeron M processor, I didn't know what to do to get it working. After asking for help amongst some people, I found that loading the 'p4_clockmod' module would enable it. It works very well now.
Do you use it? And laptop users, do you notice any increase in battery life when you use it?