Overheats while snapshooting antiX-19b2

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    Installed antiX-19b2 on an external spinner connected to T430. Runs great and learning to love IceWM again. Set up the system for myself, before creating a snapshot to install on my EeePC-1005-HA, 32-bit.

    While taking the snapshot on my T430, observed that temps were approaching 102°C, so stopped the process.

    I had mistakenly assumed that intel_pstate was enabled. Applied “intel_pstate=enable” in /etc/default/grub in the default CMDLINE. Also installed thermald to help control temps.

    Re-ran iso-snapshot using -b 262144 and gzip. This time temps averaged between 85-90°C while squashing and 90-92°C while building the md5sum. Much better than 102°C. 🙂

    Question: Is there an antiX kernel with included “intel_pstate=enable”?

    Regards and thanks for the great work on antiX-19. It promises to be a milestone among antiX releases.

    Richard.

    • This topic was modified 2 months, 1 week ago by Richard.
    • This topic was modified 2 months, 1 week ago by Richard.

    T430=MX183
    EeePC-1005HA=antiX19b3

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