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General / Powertop
« Last post by Dj on Sat Jan 07 09:04:12 2023 »
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sudo powertop

C-state information is not available     [09:53 x86_64 6.0.17-NuTyX root@linux]

Wakeups-from-idle in 10 seconds: 0

powertop: no stats available; run as root or enable the timer_stats module


modprobe timer_stats
modprobe: module timer_stats not found in modules.dep
After blacklisting of acpi-cpupower AMD system is working fine. But why I can't start powertop ?

Un-blacklist acpi-cpufreq. Still does not work.
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General / Re: Redshift
« Last post by Dj on Sat Jan 07 08:29:46 2023 »
Thank you.
No change.When it's day redshift is showing temperature of night, and vice versa.
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In /boot you find the config
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Thank you. I searched for kernel in usr/src/linux or something, in order to "make menuconfig". Where I can find folder with configuration file in order to compile custom kernel ? Thank you.
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Where is .config file located ?

https://github.com/NuTyX/packages-x86_64/blob/testing/base/kernel/config_64

See the FAQ:
http://nutyx.org/en/faq#7

Otherwise, I can offer this, it's a bit old and only in french available. I can upgrade if really needed.

http://nutyx.org/fr/build-kernel

BR,
Thierry
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General / Re: Redshift
« Last post by Thierry on Fri Jan 06 15:33:28 2023 »
I think you could use
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sudo setup-nutyx -ccor
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sudo setup-nutyx --config-clock
That should make it. Let me know if any issues.

BR,
Thierry
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How to rebuild current kernel ? Where is .config file located ? Thank you.
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General / Re: Redshift
« Last post by Dj on Fri Jan 06 14:39:35 2023 »
I disabled synchronize via NTP.
 How to set clock to localtime instead of UTC ?
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General / Re: Redshift
« Last post by Thierry on Fri Jan 06 12:34:30 2023 »
Is your local time / Time zone properly set
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General / Re: How to remove unneeded modules
« Last post by Thierry on Fri Jan 06 12:33:31 2023 »
Hi Dj

Blacklist it in a /etc/sysconfig/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf file as done with the forte module in the example below:

In root:

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mkdir -p /etc/sysconfig/modules.d
echo "blacklist forte" >/etc/sysconfig/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf

Blacklisted modules can still be loaded manually with the explicit modprobe command.

BR,
Thierry
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