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PostPosted: Sun 8. Aug 2010, 14:02 

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Hi guys, wanna say thanks first for all your effort.

I compiled my kernel from ubuntu git tag Ubuntu-lts-2.6.35-14.20 with config from the latest 2.6.32-24-generic-pae-phc at your ppa (from /boot). I'm running 10.04. As you guys know the 2.6.35 kernel is patched with "if ((cpuid == -1) && (num_possible_cpus() > 1))" in drivers/acpi/processor_core.c by default.

I decided to take the risk and rename the inc/2.6.34 folder to 2.6.35 in order for the prepare.sh script to find a matching patchset. It is reporting phc_vids correctly and so far the temp are like what I used to get both w/ & w/ out load.

Hope it stays like that and is there any other way to test it? Anyway I can help you guys by running tests or something?

Thanks


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PostPosted: Sat 18. Sep 2010, 09:25 

Joined: Thu 9. Sep 2010, 19:01
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I compiled my own kernel on maverick and the modul as you described above.

I am getting the following error:

$ sudo modprobe phc-intel
FATAL: Error inserting phc_intel (/lib/modules/2.6.35.4-phc-custom-04/extra/phc-intel.ko): Device or resource busy


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PostPosted: Sat 2. Oct 2010, 08:02 

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@ober: Is the kernel still running stable and without any problems when using the module you build?


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PostPosted: Sun 10. Oct 2010, 19:08 

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I can confirm this is working on Maverick. Running the Linux-PHC kernel, I copied the 2.6.34 folder to 2.6.35, make, make install, and PHC is working. CPU temp at load went from 65 to 50.


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PostPosted: Mon 11. Oct 2010, 12:18 

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hardran3 wrote:
I can confirm this is working on Maverick. Running the Linux-PHC kernel, I copied the 2.6.34 folder to 2.6.35, make, make install, and PHC is working. CPU temp at load went from 65 to 50.


how do you do that?


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PostPosted: Mon 11. Oct 2010, 17:10 

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Jusb wrote:
hardran3 wrote:
I can confirm this is working on Maverick. Running the Linux-PHC kernel, I copied the 2.6.34 folder to 2.6.35, make, make install, and PHC is working. CPU temp at load went from 65 to 50.


how do you do that?


go into the 'inc' folder and create a new folder named '2.6.35' and copy everything from the '2.6.34' folder into it


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PostPosted: Mon 11. Oct 2010, 19:14 

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Thanks that works ;)


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PostPosted: Thu 21. Oct 2010, 14:10 

Joined: Thu 21. Oct 2010, 13:07
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I just made a patchset for the 2.6.35 for those who want phc-intel.ko to be based upon the acpi-cpufrec.c from the 2.6.35

I don't promis it wil work without anny problems, but at least it compiles and runs for me

Please post your findings.

BTW: 2.6.36 is next :)


edit: use update below


Last edited by SimonP on Thu 21. Oct 2010, 15:59, edited 1 time in total.

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PostPosted: Thu 21. Oct 2010, 15:59 

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For the fast peaple already wanting to run 2.6.36 here is an unofficial update for 2.6.36 it is not yet tested as i havn't got the chance to build a 2.6.36 with cpufrec as module (using ubuntu) but wil do asap (but kan take som time on my atom :) )

This version contans also a litle update of the 2.6.35 version i posted earlier (the first line of the patch was still talking about a 2.6.34 :D ) and a future proof update of the prepare.sh (to copy also the mperf.h on kernels starting from 2.6.35)

please post your findings

greats simon

PS: you guys are lucky that i had 2 hours free between two classes


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PostPosted: Fri 22. Oct 2010, 11:54 

Joined: Fri 22. Oct 2010, 11:50
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Hi to all!!
It's a long time I use phc, very successfully :-D

Because of this heavy bug https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+sour ... mments=all

it's possibile to build in ppa a patched version of 2.6.36 kernel? This is first version that solve the problem.

Thanks!!


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