Linux ACPI Myths

August 19, 2007 at 8:39 pm Leave a comment

I was looking for ways to speed up Arch Linux ( There’s a strange quality about the distro that makes you want to do that. 😉 ) and saw something in the forums about Intel Pentium M processors performing better with the acpi-cpufreq module instead of speedstep-centrino for cpu scaling. This seemed odd to me, so I did some googling and found this article about Linux myths about ACPI. Anyway it answered my question to may satisfaction, and was an interesting read for the stuff I understood.

Looks like I’ve picked up my interest in ACPI again 😉

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