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Guys, how do I make it so my CPU speed is set to 1.18Ghz permanently so that when it reboots it does not revert to 1.5Ghz? Do I need to nano a file somewhere? I want to set the cpu speed that bit slower whilst I'm sorting out the cooling.
.......... and also permanently disable the Cloud9 IDE as I assume it uses a bit of CPU in the background monitoring port 80 (and hence more heat).
Put cpufreq-set -f 1.176GHz in your /root/.bashrc.local file.
cpufreq-set -f 1.176GHz
Ignore error messages.
many thanks.... done
Having done the above my /root/.bashrc.local file looks like this;
if [ -f ~/.bashrc.local.common ]; then
But the BBAI still starts at 1.5Ghz. If I log into the BBAI as debian, it immediately drops to 1.2GHz
@Gibsonmb you can add this command to crontab and it will start after any reboot, for example type sudo systemctl enable cron && sudo crontab -e and add to the end of cron file:
sudo systemctl enable cron && sudo crontab -e
@reboot sleep 10 && /usr/bin/cpufreq-set -f 1.176GHz > /dev/null