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> Zubuntu Performance?
post Feb 14 2009, 04:42 PM
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Done all of the above - am busy compiling some apps and thought overclocking was in PDAXrom why not Zubuntu - you get nearly 50% more cpu which is great for compiling. (Never mind the optimisations). I must admit I have swap on the MD and starting emacs is faster in Zubuntu than pdaxrom.

You can just copy the pdaX overclocking script over to Zubuntu, AFAIK. All it does is edit values in /sys, I believe.

It doesn't work. The places it reads and writes don't appear to exist in the ubuntu kernel. I found a different version hacked by yonggun for debian but it reads the cpu correctly but requires a utility called dvfm to write to /dev/ipmc neither of which I can find.

Any zaurus kernel hackers care to point me in the right direction?


The kernel 2.26.26 does not have the cpufreq module compiled and so the cpufreq-utils can't be used. Too bad....
Got to wait and see how cortez gets on with the latest kernel.
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