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Originally Posted by hawaii View Post
If you're including the entire range up to 1GHz and putting the default ceiling at 600MHz, I see no reason why you don't include 125MHz and lock it out using /etc/pmconfig - then those of us who appreciate your work with the patches, can still use the kernel and modify the scalable minimum frequency on our own and deal with the supposed instability.
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The main reasons why I didn't include 125MHz yet:
* by default the kernel should run with the standard 250-600MHz range
but due to bug
it would automatically switch to 125-600MHz.
* the power saving by activating 125MHz are not yet confirmed but Nokia disabled it due to instabilities
* with 125MHz enabled I noticed that the device spend most of the time at 600MHz:

I have, however, uploaded an experimental kernel with 125MHz to
link removed
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Last edited by titan; 2010-04-18 at 21:32. Reason: weird behavior, workaround

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