In essence, your P4 cpu is already running full speed. E v5 cpufreq-info says: How to set cpufreq governor to performance? Because dmesg data is store in a limited buffer. Visit the following links: Nevertheless, I’m currently running Lubuntu
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Arch Wiki site has a good page on this. The governor “ondemand” may decide which speed to use unjnown this range. My BIOS is the following sudo dmidecode: Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies.
How to set cpufreq governor to performance? – Ask Ubuntu
I tried using the cpufreq utility. Its configuration is very limited, though, and I couldn’t find anything related.
# – cpufrequtils: ondemand CPUFreq governor not available – Debian Bug report logs
Nevertheless, I’m currently running Lubuntu Join our community today! All times are GMT So cpufreq can’t do anything. But that’s for another thread I suppose.
If I do sudo cpufreq-set -c 0 -g performance I get:. Output of dmesg grep -i cpu: Xen 6, 1 21 Please report relevant dmesg output. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. If you need to reset your password, click here.
Just use whatever applies to you. Wheezy simply lacks power management features for that CPU. Also some laptops may disable frequency scaling and run only at the lowest cpu speed IF there’s no battery installed Thinkpadreasoning that the AC adapter can’t supply enough power cpufrreq full frequency