Release Notes: The frequencies table is now sorted to avoid bugs in some BIOS implementations when -minf is used. The program now checks for /proc/acpi/processor/CPU/ directories.
Release Notes: A segmentation fault which occurred when ACPI throttling is enabled was fixed. A typo in cpudyn.redhat was fixed. A Makefile and start script for Slackware was added. Support was added for Acer laptops. A small chkconfig problem in the RedHat init script was fixed.
Release Notes: A function to exploit stat times available in the 2.6 kernel has been added. The numbers are much more precise than the previous one, which still exists just for 2.4. An "-ms" option has been added to allow interval specification in milliseconds. ASUS LED support has been added. Usage, help, and man page options have been reorganized.
Release Notes: This release won't print the "Frequencies not available" message if the user does not specify the -minf option. It just confused the user.
Release Notes: A -minf option has been added to set up the minimum frequency in powersave mode. An -X option has been added to only run the initialisation code, show messages, and exit.
Release Notes: This release adds an option to try ACPI directly and a cpudyn init script for SuSE (tested with SuSE 8.2). It checks whether it's on a SuSE system in the Makefile (when doing make install) in order to install the right script.
Release Notes: This release compile with 2.6.0-test11, and checks if LVM_BLK_MAJOR is defined.
Release Notes: This release adds a "-nice" option so niced processes are not ignored when calculating CPU usage. This means that even if you have such processes running, the CPU frequency will increase.
Release Notes: Man page corrections were made to the man page and the -?, --help, and -V options. An ACPI patch with support for up to 99 states was applied. See http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=214689 for more details. A Gentoo init script was added. More information is printed at startup about which method is used.
Release Notes: This release includes Nuno Ferreira's ACPI throttling patch, which is useful for 2.4. The man page has been modified accordingly. Defaults in check periods have been changed, so going from performance to powersave is delayed by at least 4 seconds (sound is not always happy, but that is not cpudyn's fault).