Linux/Documentation/cpu-freq/cpufreq-stats.txt. Linux Hotplug Project. HowTo/CpuFrequencyScaling. Translation(s): English - Русский Dynamic CPU frequency scaling (also known as CPU throttling) is a technique in computer architecture where a processor is run at a less-than-maximum frequency in order to conserve power (src: Wikipedia).
The Linux kernel CPUfreq subsystem provides this ability on Debian Linux systems. Enabling Note: In most cases, this should be enabled automatically during Debian installation. Install the cpufrequtils package: Why Linux is better. Learning the shell. Why do you need to learn the command line anyway?
Well, let me tell you a story. Not long ago we had a problem where I used to work. The Linux Cookbook: Tips and Techniques for Everyday Use - Viewing Text. Dealing with textual matter is the meat of Linux (and of most computing), so there are going to be many chapters about the various aspects of text.
This first chapter in this part of the book shows how to view text on your display screen. There are many ways to view or otherwise output text. When your intention is to edit the text of a file, open it in a text editor, as described in Text Editing. Some kinds of files -- such as PostScript, DVI, and PDF files -- often contain text in them, but they are technically not text files. These are image format files, and I describe methods for viewing them in Previewing Print Files. How To Install Software in Linux - Linux Forums.
Linux Toolkit - A Tool 2 Cool 4 U. Linux Toolbox Back to Contents Ah, the Linux Toolbox.
Remember the Acme Toolkit? Well, this is 10 times better. Linux: Install a million games in one click! Linux: Install a million games in one click!
Updated: December 16, 2009 Well, not really a million, but how about tens or hundreds? Xentheon - where is my mind. 25+ Useful Linux and Unix Cheat sheets. Faster programming gives you more time for small business website design and other projects. This is my first post on Cheat sheets. Actually Cheat sheet is a concise set of notes used for quick reference. Boot and run Linux from a USB flash memory stick.