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Fedora Core 4 Update: cpuspeed-1.2.1-1.24_FC4 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora Updated package.
Fedora Update Notification

Product     : Fedora Core 4
Name        : cpuspeed
Version     : 1.2.1                      
Release     : 1.24_FC4                  
Summary     : CPU Frequency adjusting daemon.
Description :
cpuspeed is a daemon that dynamically changes the speed
of your processor(s) depending upon its current workload
if it is capable (needs Intel Speedstep, AMD PowerNow!,
or similar support).


* Fri Dec 23 2005 Dave Jones 
- Reset speed to max on deamon exit.
- Don't load acpi-cpufreq if no throttling states exist.

This update can be downloaded from:

52b705e4e2eabf90704219921c0fab2a701b5763  SRPMS/cpuspeed-1.2.1-1.24_FC4.src.rpm
ec10c14c133125634a6065a069a77518b2982a90  ppc/cpuspeed-1.2.1-1.24_FC4.ppc.rpm
8d820b782c8b7d16b778b25a8236080e0d10440f  ppc/debug/cpuspeed-debuginfo-1.2.1-1.24_FC4.ppc.rpm
04f3c24fbc179fd07fc3d5a4255456ea9043cb72  x86_64/cpuspeed-1.2.1-1.24_FC4.x86_64.rpm
374b1ff2c078caa63843bbbfb4d2182ece05d503  x86_64/debug/cpuspeed-debuginfo-1.2.1-1.24_FC4.x86_64.rpm
67ffa8bd42f8edcf26d2962f42bbe8007e6b376b  i386/cpuspeed-1.2.1-1.24_FC4.i386.rpm
b0ce481021c3b83dc8789fa5f4be8fabf134a644  i386/debug/cpuspeed-debuginfo-1.2.1-1.24_FC4.i386.rpm

This update can be installed with the 'yum' update program.  Use 'yum update
package-name' at the command line.  For more information, refer to 'Managing
Software with yum,' available at

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