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SubjectRe: setting cpu speed on crusoe
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Linus Torvalds <torvalds@transmeta.com> writes:

> We're going through our docs and we have internal programs that we'll
> release for this so that you'll not just have docs but actually working
> code too. It just needs to be cleaned up a bit, and go through the proper
> channels (ever wonder why open source gets deveoped faster?). It really
> should be "any day now".

Working code is better anyway (and in this case, it's first). Go to
your favorite kernel.org mirror and check out

/pub/linux/utils/cpu/crusoe/longrun-0.9.tar.gz

It does everything you could ever want and more, as long as you include
the CPUID and MSR devices in your kernel, set up the devices correctly,
etc.

Dan
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