QUOTE(jpmatrix @ Jun 1 2007, 08:55 PM)
i've just noticed that apm says : Performance Ajustment mode: normal (520 Mhz)
is it true that openbsd runs at 520 Mhz speed on the Zaurus ???
or does it go from 416 to 520 itself ?
is it the normal behavoiur ?
You can make the Zaurus processor run at 520Mhz via etc/sysctl.conf
If you comment out or change the above to 416
then it should run at the standard 416Mhz.
However, if you want the speed to be adjusted automatically then you'll have to utilize the following apm
-A Set apmd(8) to automatic performance adjustment mode. In this
mode, when CPU idle time falls below 10%, or if the AC power is
connected and the battery is more than 15% charged, apm raises
hw.setperf as much as possible. Otherwise, when the CPU idle
time is above 30% and the system is running on battery power, apm
lowers hw.setperf as much as possible to reduce power consump-
Supposedly you can run the Zaurus at 624MHz, but I haven't tried this. (I don't want to fry my Z)