Originally Posted by SkylinesHD
The screens should be in the right order like first command, second command etc..
(Edit: from right to left its the correct order)
Aparently this kernel's cpufreq driver has no available frequencies table (or it is hidden somewhere else). In the lastest update I included dummy values for this situation, so that even if you select one of them, the driver should handle the "incorrect" value, but denying any changes.
This time I will just gray out the selection of min/max freqs while I still look for the correct path to scaling_available_frequencies (if any)
You can do it by using find
(as root), for instance:
find /sys -name "*freq*"
Where "/sys "is the path to filter (if I just use "/" it will take forever)
"*freq*" will filter for any file whose name contains "freq"