Cpuspeedy is a simple tool written in Python which allows you to change the clock speed and voltage of the CPUs using the Linux's CPUFreq driver.
A graphical frontend written in C using GTK+-2 libs is also available.
become the superuser, then type:
By default cpuspeedy will be installed with the '/usr/local' prefix. You can change this by passing the PREFIX to make. Eg:
make PREFIX=/usr install
What's New in This Release:
· pythermalzone.py is now checking for every dir in the /proc/acpi/thermal_zone/ directory. If the temperature file is found, then its value is read. This should fix a bug that prevented cpuspeedy to get the cpu's temperature in those systems where the path to the temperature file is not /proc/acpi/thermal_zone/THRM