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[Xen-bugs] [Bug 1004] powernow changes not happening

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Subject: [Xen-bugs] [Bug 1004] powernow changes not happening
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Date: Tue, 3 Jul 2007 07:56:20 -0700
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------- Comment #4 from eddie.johnson@xxxxxxxxxxxxx  2007-07-03 07:55 -------
You should, still, try everything on an up to date version of Fedora and Xen
before posting a bug report to them, and try to ask the user lists for help.

I have installed Xen for Fedora 6 and 7 (Gui).  All works fine.


Where do you read the error message exactly? What else can be read in the Xen
log files? 

The error appears on screen as the server is trying to boot and if I do not
type ctrl-z it will continue to display itself in a loop.


What processor is built into the system you are using (that seems to
be imprtant when debugging such a hardware-related feature)?

Vendor_id: AuthenticAMD; cpu family: 15; model: 79; model name: AMD(tm) 64
Porcessor 3800


Even then, ypu should add more info to the bug #1004 (which I just found when
researching for your problem) instead of keeping this one open.

#1004 is already about missing powernow support, and, if not the newest, at
least a newer version.  I also found the mailing list posts you mentioned and
will add this info to the bug #1004.

Yes, I saw this on the list but made the decision to create my own.  But this
is not a problem as long as I get resolution, period.

Lastly, I will post the same information to Fedora Developers and I cannot look
at Xen.log files because I re-installed Fedora 5.

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