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    SubjectRe: Laptops & CPU frequency
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    There were some patches to solve this back in the 2.5 series.

    Try booting with the kernel command line option
    clock=pit

    coop@axian.com

    On Sun, 2004-01-11 at 04:33, Xavier Bestel wrote:
    > Le dim 11/01/2004 à 11:27, Xavier Bestel a écrit :
    >
    > > > The MHz value in /proc/cpuinfo should be updated as the CPU speed
    > > > changes - that is, it is not calculated just at boot, but it is updated
    > > > as the speed actually changes.
    > >
    > > 2.6.0 doesn't do that on my laptop. Moreover, if I ever boot on battery,
    > > when switching to AC power, lots of things fail (mouse is jerky, pcmcia
    > > doesn't work ...)
    >
    > I forgot one particularly annoying too: time is going twice too fast.
    >
    > Xav
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