ANNOUNCE: GNOME CPU Frequency Scaling Monitor 0.3


GNOME CPUFreq Applet 0.3


GNOME CPUFreq Applet is a CPU Frequency Scaling Monitor for GNOME Panel


   * Support for proc or sys filesystems
   * Support for multiprocessor systems


   * GNOME 2 libraries
   * GNOME Panel libraries
   * GNOME-VFS libraries
   * GConf

Overview of Changes in GNOME CPUFreq Applet 0.2.1

   * Added the possibility to change the CPU Frequency (Carlos García)
   * Improved the behavior in userspace governor and /proc interface. 
     Fixes Debian bug #273041 (Carlos García)
   * Support for new governors (Dominik Brodowski, Carlos García)
   * Not show the cpu number in the tooltip in monoprocessor systems
(Carlos García)
   * Other minor bug fixes (Carlos García)
   * New and updated translations:
   	- de (Hendrik Brandt)
Thanks to Alan Swanson, Dominik Brodowski, Marius Gedminas, etc. for bug

Additional Notes

The applet is now able to change the CPU frequency. To do that, a
generic command 
line tool will be installed, and the applet will use it. Since it's
needed to be root 
to change the CPU frequency, the command line tool will be installed
suid root. 
But, this default behavior could be altered by passing arguments to the

If you don't want to install the command line tool, you can use --
If you want to install the command line tool, but you don't want it suid
root, you can 
use --enable-suid=no

Tarballs can be downloaded from


GNOME CPUFreq Applet is currently being packaged as part of Debian


Bugs can be reported to
   carlosgc gnome org

Suggestions, patches, comments, etc can be sent to
   carlosgc gnome org


 Carlos Garcia Campos a.k.a. KaL
   elkalmail yahoo es
   carlosgc gnome org
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