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powertop-2.0-2.1.2 RPM for i586

From OpenSuSE 12.2 for i586

Name: powertop Distribution: openSUSE 12.2
Version: 2.0 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 2.1.2 Build date: Sun Jul 15 22:42:29 2012
Group: System/Monitoring Build host: build27
Size: 426188 Source RPM: powertop-2.0-2.1.2.src.rpm
Summary: A Linux Tool to Find out What is Using Power on a Laptop
PowerTOP is a program that collects the various pieces of information
from your system and presents an overview of how well your laptop is
doing in terms of power savings.






* Sat May 12 2012
  - Update to new upstream release 2.0:
    * Interactive mode: redesigned, tab-based user interface with full
    on-demand window refresh support.
    * Reporting mode: PowerTOP v2.0 now allows you to specify not only
    the duration of each test measurement cycle, but the number of
    iterations to measure. PowerTOP can now produce HTML and CSV.
    * Increased WLAN support: PowerTOP now supports multiple
    WLAN interfaces
    * Enhanced i915 driver support
    * More robust battery data acquisition
    * Real time measurement support for USB hot-plug.
* Thu Feb 02 2012
  - Update to version 1.98:
    * Major rewrite using perf interface with many new options
* Tue Aug 24 2010
  - Fix minor build warning:
    powertop.x86_64: W: name-repeated-in-summary C PowerTOP
  - Update to version 1.13:
    * PowerTOP now supports Runtime Device Power Management, both in terms
      of enabling it via a suggestion as well as collecting statistics for it
    * PowerTOP now has support for reporting which application keeps the
      disk from powersaving mode (worth +/- 0.5W)
    * PowerTOP now has support for reporting AHCI Link power management
      statistics (worth 0.5W - 1W)
    * PowerTOP now supports the Audio power saving statistics so you can see
      if some app keeps your audio out of powersave (0.5W - 1W)
    * PowerTOP reports the use of "Turbo Mode" on Intel processors that
      support this (Core i7 and such)
    * We should have fixed all suggestions that previously didn't go away
      even though you hit the key to apply them
    * We don't turn on USB power management for USB input devices, they tend
      to break if you do
    * Be smarter about we report ethernet activity in the light of
      multiqueue networking
    * many translation updates
    * Recognize per cpu hpet in timer reporting
    * Various wifi power saving api changes/tweaks taken care of
* Sun May 09 2010
  - update to SVN rev 332:
    * fix wifi code for current kernels
    * show turbo mode explicitly
    * filter out percpu hpet timer wakeup events
    * ignore usb input devices, do not set/read suspend delay
    * add --pids command-line option
    * add HD audio power save suggestion
    * removed obsolete laptop_mode suggestion
    * updated manpage
* Tue Feb 09 2010
  - fix segfault: increase max lines from 5000 to 8000 for
    /proc/config.gz and abort if reaching limit
* Tue Mar 03 2009
  - Update to PowerTOP 1.11
  - Changes:
    * Fix compilation with PIC
    * polling hint now refers to /dev/cdrom instead of /dev/scd0
    * fix calculations for systems that vary in power draw proc info
    * Display mwait usage
    * fix EOF at input
    * add --version|-v option
    * spelling error in tips.
* Mon Jun 16 2008
  - Update to PowerTOP 1.10
  - Changes:
    * USB suspend statistics
    * support for iwl4965 power saving
    * Powertop now reports which C-states are supported by CPU/BIOS
    * Updated translations: ja, pt_BR, hu, id, zh (thanks!)
* Wed Nov 07 2007
  - Update to PowerTOP 1.9
  - Changes:
    * add support for mac80211 based wireless power saving
    * improve bluetooth inactivity detection
    * report USB activity (needs 2.6.24-rc kernel)
    * support the newly reported interrupt events in 2.6.24-rc
* Wed Oct 10 2007
  - Update to PowerTOP 1.8
  - Changes:
    * add suggestion to increase VM writeback timeout
    * add suggestion to enable INOTIFY in the kernel
    * fix socket fd leak, found by Nikerabbit on #powertop
    * Add support for deferrable timers (Scott Lamb)
    * Add active hint to enable USB autosuspend on Fedora 7
    * Show blue color if the cpu is 25% or more busy to indicate
      that idle wakeups no longer is the nr 1 power causer
      (Santiago Gala)
    * merge the -d option from Bill Nottingham (Fedora) to allow
      automated collection of data
* Mon Jun 18 2007
  - Update to PowerTOP 1.7
  - Changes:
    * add suggestion to disable TV out
    * add suggestion to disable Wake-On-Lan for unused ethernet
    * show P-states (frequencies)



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