|wedgeV||kpowersave says cpu frequency scaling is not supported... any ideas?|
|Pollywog||no, the ones in Fesity are newer|
|thiago||wedgeV: check if it is supported.|
|x_link||Fesity has newer packages and are still more stable tha Edgy? ?0|
|Pollywog||I fixed the nvidia difficulties|
|wedgeV||thiago: how? the stuff in /proc/acpi is there|
|Pollywog||both are stable|
|x_link||I want a really cool theme for my KDE, but I really don't find any.|
|Pollywog||but Feisty is the newer release|
|thiago||wedgeV: how about the stuff in /sys?|
|Pollywog||x_link you checked the kde themes site?|
|thiago||wedgeV: /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/cpuinfo_cur_freq, etc.|
|wedgeV||i get permission denied as normal user|
|wedgeV||could that be the problem?|
|Pollywog||that one too yes|
|wedgeV||oh, only for cpuinfo_cur_freq|
|x_link||I looked there, didn't find anything special.|
Pollywog: Which one is the other one?
|wedgeV||the other "files" are 644|
that is one
I see some no longer exist but you will see others if you Google
|thiago||wedgeV: do you have scaling_* files?|
thiago: cur_freq, max, min, governor....
|thiago||wedgeV: do you have many frequencies in scaling_available_frequencies?|
wedgeV: and many governors in scaling_available_governors?
|wedgeV||thiago: 4 frequencies, 4 governors|
|thiago||wedgeV: then you have cpu frequency scaling.|
wedgeV: it's a bug in kpowersave. Report it.
|action||thiago uses klaptopdaemon, which correctly finds the scaling support|
|thiago||uses klaptopdaemon, which correctly finds the scaling support|
|Gromgull||Any idea why selecting SVG based icon themes in kcontrol doesn't work? I.e. the preview icons dont change, and if I click apply then all icons go blank|
|x_link||I think it's a bit to hard to install some themes.|
|Gromgull||these are even the preinstalled ones|