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SubjectRe: Centrino support
On Fri, 2003-08-15 at 20:13, Jan Rychter wrote:
> From
> Intel plans Linux support for Centrino
> Intel is working on Linux support for Centrino, its package of chips for
> mobile computers with wireless networking abilities, but the company
> hasn't yet decided how or when to release it.
> That was on March 24, 2003.
> Well, that was almost 5 months ago. So I figured I'd ask if there's any
> progress -- so far the built-in wireless in my notebook still doesn't
> work with Linux and the machine is monstrously power-hungry because
> Linux doesn't scale the CPU frequency.
> I know there are some Intel people on the list -- perhaps someone can
> comment?

Wlan - not supported

CPU - CPUfreq (-ac tree) and ACPI throttling work just fine. I've got my
Pentium M running at 600 MHz when the Power Supply is plugged out.

Martin List-Petersen
martin at list-petersen dot se
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