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#1 Re: News & Announcements » Devuan 2.0 ASCII Stable » 2018-06-13 13:01:47

Awesome, devs!!!!  THX for your hard work!!!

#2 Re: Hardware & System Configuration » CPU throttling » 2018-02-22 18:02:58

So, tinkering around with this didn't yield what I wanted.  As you indicated, the default governor is "performance" which still throttles down the CPU cores when idle.  With redhat 6 (2.6 .32), the kernel config file has similar entries as above, but with cpuspeed disabled, the CPU run at full clock speed even when idle.  I suspect I might need to recompile the kernel with the CPU governors disabled?

#3 Re: Hardware & System Configuration » CPU throttling » 2018-02-07 18:35:18

Ah, ok, I'll use cpufrequtils for jessie.

THX,

PJ

#4 Hardware & System Configuration » CPU throttling » 2018-02-07 15:06:32

pj1967
Replies: 4

Hi all,

I'm trying to figure out what mechanism devuan jessie uses to throttle down the CPU clock...basically, I want to turn that off and let the CPU run at full clock speed.

cpufrequtils isn't installed, and I'm fairly certain that the BIOS is set to not throttle...so...any ideas?

THX,

PJ

#5 Installation » Installation via network with pxeboot » 2017-11-14 16:01:39

pj1967
Replies: 1

Hi Folks,

I have central pxeboot server that I use to install various distros of linux over the network (RHEL, CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian...) and I'm a little stuck incorporating devuan into this.  Using the NETINST iso's vmlinuz and initrd.gz, I can pxeboot off that, but the installer process asks for a CD for additional drivers.  Should I use a different kernel/initrd?

Any ideas?

THX,

--Phil

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