[CentOS] Don't have scaling_available_frequencies files
neil at JAMMConsulting.com
Tue Oct 20 15:00:43 UTC 2009
> > I took a look at my system (CentOS 5.4) and there are no
> > cpufreq directories in the cpu folders.
> I think that's probably because the associated driver is
> not loaded.
I did some reading on the cpufreq and actually think it
is better that it is not enabled.
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