On Mon, Oct 1, 2012 at 3:14 PM, rustyBSD <rustyBSD@...> wrote:
> On 10/01/12 08:22, Vincent Torri wrote:
>> maybe this could help you :
I have seen that :
printf("CPU: %d MHz Free: %ld MB\n", cpuspeed,
so it displays the freq in Mhz, no ?
> There is no problem when getting the frequency.
> The only difference with linux is that instead
> of displaying available frequencies (in the menu),
> we display 25-50-75-100% - as we can only set
> We unfortunately cannot get available levels, so
> we don't know what is the max/min frequency
> available for the processor, and it sometimes
> causes problem with the speedcounter, which
> doesn't know where to place the freq in the
> PS: I forgot to mention that the freebsd support
> is broken.
> Here are patches again. This time it's really ok,
> I also quickly modified the freebsd code.
thanks i'll check that this evening