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cpu frequency scaling in openBSD?

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Does anyone know if OpenBSD has cpu frequency scaling, and if so, how to configure it? OpenBSD's security is attractive, but I don't like it when my laptop gets hot...

By the way, this is in the FreeBSD forum because there is no OpenBSD forum, boo!

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Yeah it does, here: http://www.cokane.org/amd64.html

Not sure if there is any for non-amd64 but there is a start Smiling

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Re: cpu frequency scaling in openBSD?
"tbuitenh" wrote:

By the way, this is in the FreeBSD forum because there is no OpenBSD forum, boo!

it is the *BSD thus all bsds can be posted about

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I've changed the forum name to *BSD now that there's an OpenBSD topic inhere anyway.. Later on when this gets filled we can split it into three major BSD forums (Open, Net and Free).

Anyway, back to topic (that I don't know much about, sorry). Smiling

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"onlinebacon" wrote:

Yeah it does, here: http://www.cokane.org/amd64.html

Not sure if there is any for non-amd64 but there is a start Smiling

That's FreeBSD not OpenBSD.

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Re: cpu frequency scaling in openBSD?
"the_guy_dressed_in_black" wrote:
"tbuitenh" wrote:

By the way, this is in the FreeBSD forum because there is no OpenBSD forum, boo!

it is the *BSD thus all bsds can be posted about

It was named FreeBSD at the time I posted.

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