MacBook patches

Joe Marcus Clarke marcus at FreeBSD.org
Thu May 31 19:55:11 UTC 2007


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Rui Paulo wrote:
> At Thu, 31 May 2007 12:50:39 -0400,
> Joe Marcus Clarke wrote:
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>> Rui Paulo wrote:
>>> At Thu, 31 May 2007 12:22:35 -0400,
>>> Joe Marcus Clarke wrote:
>>>> FYI, after applying all of your patches just before this set on my
>>>> MacBook Pro Core Duo 2.0 GHz:
>>>>
>>>> hw.asmc.fan.0.speed: 1140
>>>> hw.asmc.fan.0.safespeed: 1200
>>>> hw.asmc.fan.0.minspeed: 1000
>>>> hw.asmc.fan.0.maxspeed: 6000
>>>> hw.asmc.fan.0.targetspeed: 1138
>>>> hw.asmc.fan.1.speed: 1137
>>>> hw.asmc.fan.1.safespeed: 1200
>>>> hw.asmc.fan.1.minspeed: 1000
>>>> hw.asmc.fan.1.maxspeed: 6000
>>>> hw.asmc.fan.1.targetspeed: 1138
>>>> hw.asmc.temp.enclosure: 62
>>>> hw.asmc.temp.northbridge1: 66
>>>> hw.asmc.temp.northbridge2: 54
>>>> hw.asmc.temp.heatsink1: 38
>>>> hw.asmc.temp.heatsink2: 111
>>>> hw.asmc.temp.memory: 33
>>>> hw.asmc.sms.x: -6
>>>> hw.asmc.sms.y: 15
>>>> hw.asmc.sms.z: 275
>>>>
>>>> (Note: x, y, and z coordinates do change with movement.)
>>> The temperatures are wrong. The patch I just sent should fix it.
>>>
>>> I have a lame port of a GL application that shows your laptop in 3D.
>>> If you want to try it, fetch it here:
>>> 	http://fnop.net/~rpaulo/priv/hdaps-gl.c
>>>
>>> Compile with:
>>> gcc -o hdaps-gl -O2 -L/usr/local/lib -I/usr/local/include -lglut -lGL \
>>> -lGLU -lm hdaps-gl.c
>>>
>>> If you are using Xorg 6.2 replace /usr/local with /usr/X11R6.
>>>
>>>> dev.cpu.0.freq: 1131
>>>> dev.cpu.0.freq_levels: 3018/-1 2640/-1 2263/-1 1886/-1 1509/-1 1131/-1
>>>> 754/-1 377/-1
>>>> dev.acpi_throttle.0.freq_settings: 10000/-1 8750/-1 7500/-1 6250/-1
>>>> 5000/-1 3750/-1 2500/-1 1250/-1
>>> Hmm. These values are wrong :(
>>> Do you have est loaded? What does "sysctl dev.est" output?
>> No, I don't have it loaded (I thought it was now included in cpufreq).
>> These started being incorrect about six months ago.  Prior to that they
>> topped out at 2 GHz like they should.
> 
> Oops, sorry. Yes, est is included in cpufreq.
> Can you send your ACPI tables? `acpidump -dt`

http://www.marcuscom.com/downloads/acpi.dmp

Joe

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Joe Marcus Clarke
FreeBSD GNOME Team	::	gnome at FreeBSD.org
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