Don't know if it's my google-fu that's failing, or if it's actually true that I it's no longer possible to switch between the different CPU governors to my own liking?
I spent a bit of time to find some kind of applet/program or similar that could help me do this, but I couldn't get anywhere with it. I tried the xfce4-cpufreq-plugin, but that one did only display what mode I'm currently in. (Yes I could open and flip through the modes, but it didn't "take") I tried to install Jupiter applet - that always helped me in the past - but that one seems to be so far away from debian (I'm on LMDE) compatibility these days that it only returned errors when trying to run it. I also googled a bit and read some posts saying that the almighty devs of these things think that manual control is no longer needed, so they were taken away. (Don't know if that one is true though)
- But what if I still want to do this on my own, and I want to do this in LMDE? (In LM12 LXDE that I ran on my netbook up until a week ago I could install Jupiter, so no issues there)
Is there really no way to do this? (I'm talking about a GUI-way... not about having to fiddle with scripts, terminal or similar) Or is it just me being incompetent?
Thanks in advance,