Release Notes: This release supports reading the ACPI battery status from the charge_* sysfs attribute.
Release Notes: This revision just fixes some smaller issues with profile tracking, but it's still recommended to upgrade.
Release Notes: This release fixed a couple of annoying bugs (a crash and acpi_ac not updating correctly after resume).
Release Notes: This is the final release of the first cpufreqd 2 series. It fixes an incorrect printf format which caused it to SIGSEGV on 64-bit platforms. cpufreqd is now a little more conservative when choosing a rule by keeping an already applied rule in case of a tie.
Release Notes: This release fixes a leak in the nvclock plugin. Note that you still need to patch nvclock, since a problem was found in it. Subsecond poll_interval was introduced, but an internal lower limit of 0.15 seconds has been set to avoid trashing the CPU. A SIGSEGV which occurred when duplicate rules were found was fixed. Configuring the same plugin twice is avoided, in case two or more sections for the same plugins are present.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in CPU usage checks introduced in 1.2.1.
Release Notes: Support has been fixed for ACPI desktop users. It should work correctly now.
Release Notes: This release adds a missing fclose in libsys_pmu, fixes old Gentoo scripts (with the wrong daemon path), and fixes the Debian init script which was missing arguments for cpufreqd start.
Release Notes: Potential buffer overflows in the config file parser, a PPC bug, pidfile permissions upon creation, segfaults when some configuration options were left blank, and typos and missing information in the man pages have been fixed. A Mandrake init file has been added. cpufreqd.1 has been changed to cpufreqd.8 (seems more appropriate). The default installation directory has been changed to $sbindir as cpufreqd is a privileged executable.
Release Notes: An APM library bug and usage of autotools have been fixed.