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|| ||[Kde-announce-apps] KFreq 0.0.1|
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Type: Kommander Script
An app that adjusts your CPU frequency (if it can
module his frequency, of course), with a
In order to run it without problems, you should
run it with root privileges. You can do it with
the command "sudo kmdr-executor ~/kfreq.kmdr".
It's just an alpha version, the ToDo list includes
features like supporting more than one processor,
establish an on-demand frequency, and be able to
run it without typing the "sudo kmdr-executor .."
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