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- To: bugs_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Powernow-k7 support
- From: Giuseppe Argentieri <giuseppe_(_dot_)_argentieri_(_at_)_spiro_(_dot_)_fisica_(_dot_)_unipd_(_dot_)_it>
- Date: Fri, 22 Apr 2005 15:54:38 +0200
- Reply-to: Giuseppe Argentieri <giuseppe_(_dot_)_argentieri_(_at_)_spiro_(_dot_)_fisica_(_dot_)_unipd_(_dot_)_it>
Last November I sent this bug report:
Here's an abstract:
I've got an Acer 1314LC laptop with AMD Athlon 2400+ CPU.
OpenBSD should be able to set cpu frequencies by powernow-k7
driver included in kernel GENERIC but dmesg shows that
powernow capabilities are not detected.
This is the output of the command sysctl:
# sysctl hw.setperf
value is not available
Some time later Thorsten Glaser sent me a patch that seems to solve some
pci bios interrupt routing issues. It works well, but it hasn't been
committed into the tree, so I'm wondering if I will be able to apply it
cleanly in OpenBSD 3.7.
Is there any chance for Glaser's patch to be committed into 3.7 ?
Sorry for my terrible English,
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