Can you run cpufreq-info in the terminal and post the result. I think I may
have the right syntax for the cpufreq-set command to work.
I posted the cpufreq-info result above, in the first post.
I know but it looks like the drivers aren't working, wondered if they still aren't,
and I can't see your available frequencies. What kind of processor is that ?
Anyway, this command works on my machine in rc.local. I only have the cpufrequtils
On your machine :
#set cpu to correct frequency
cpufreq-set -c 0 -g conservative -d 800mhz -u 1600mhz
cpufreq-set -c 1 -g conservative -d 800mhz -u 1600mhz
cpufreq-set -c 2 -g conservative -d 800mhz -u 1600mhz
cpufreq-set -c 3 -g conservative -d 800mhz -u 1600mhz
Replace the 800mhz and 1600mhz with whatever is right for that
machine. conservative starts low and goes to a high speed nicely,
ondemand actually starts high and works lower with cpu per cent
usage, the inverse of what I think is wanted.
So, put the above 4 commands at the bottom of rc.local, reboot,
run cpufreq-info, post that, and we can see this thing working if
the machine's cpu is recognizing the drivers it's supposed to.