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[Q&A] [INFO] [v1.0 beta5] [07-01-2015] CPU Governor ZZMoove

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27th September 2016, 12:47 PM |#21  
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What does music_state tuneable do?

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Hello, @ZaneZam

Im trying to use this nice gov with profiles (Im on Samsung Exynos chipset with 2 clusters big.Little) and if I change from default profile to ex. 1 or 2 or any I always get reboot) - means governor works only on default profile - 0.
Strage is bcose default profile - o is the same like others only with another settings ?

Thx for any help...
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Hello, @ZaneZam

Im trying to use this nice gov with profiles (Im on Samsung Exynos chipset with 2 clusters big.Little) and if I change from default profile to ex. 1 or 2 or any I always get reboot) - means governor works only on default profile - 0.
Strage is bcose default profile - o is the same like others only with another settings ?

Thx for any help...

hi nalas,

sry but i would at least need to know how u implemented it and what the exact error is aka a good kernel log of it.
otherwise its impossible to help.

what irritates me is u mentioned "profiles" but there are no versions with profile support yet on bLE so just to clearify u did use these branch https://github.com/zanezam/cpufreq-g...ve/tree/exynos
on a big little system? thats not suppose to be the version for bLE this is the very old version especially for older exynos chipsets where big.little wasn't even invented yet *g*. there are branches for the big little edition https://github.com/zanezam/cpufreq-g...E-develop-k4xx
and this one https://github.com/zanezam/cpufreq-g...E-develop-k3xx
anyway it's exynos so u might got some luck with just using the old version *g* but i need sources to check things at least.
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Hi. Thx for reply .

Oki no problem if will be no support I understand.
I will look and try links.

Big thx and very good work.

I will give some feedback.

Thx you.
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hi nalas,

sry but i would at least need to know how u implemented it and what the exact error is aka a good kernel log of it.
otherwise its impossible to help.

what irritates me is u mentioned "profiles" but there are no versions with profile support yet on bLE so just to clearify u did use these branch https://github.com/zanezam/cpufreq-g...ve/tree/exynos
on a big little system? thats not suppose to be the version for bLE this is the very old version especially for older exynos chipsets where big.little wasn't even invented yet *g*. there are branches for the big little edition https://github.com/zanezam/cpufreq-g...E-develop-k4xx
and this one https://github.com/zanezam/cpufreq-g...E-develop-k3xx
anyway it's exynos so u might got some luck with just using the old version *g* but i need sources to check things at least.

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hi nalas,

sry but i would at least need to know how u implemented it and what the exact error is aka a good kernel log of it.
otherwise its impossible to help.

what irritates me is u mentioned "profiles" but there are no versions with profile support yet on bLE so just to clearify u did use these branch https://github.com/zanezam/cpufreq-g...ve/tree/exynos
on a big little system? thats not suppose to be the version for bLE this is the very old version especially for older exynos chipsets where big.little wasn't even invented yet *g*. there are branches for the big little edition https://github.com/zanezam/cpufreq-g...E-develop-k4xx
and this one https://github.com/zanezam/cpufreq-g...E-develop-k3xx
anyway it's exynos so u might got some luck with just using the old version *g* but i need sources to check things at least.

Hello

I use version for 3.xx kernel

I've got this error with compilling process:

drivers/cpufreq/cpufreq_zzmoove.c:768:2: error: unknown field 'init_zz' specified in initializer
.init_zz = zz_init,
^
drivers/cpufreq/cpufreq_zzmoove.c:768:2: warning: excess elements in struct initializer
drivers/cpufreq/cpufreq_zzmoove.c:768:2: warning: (near initialization for 'zz_dbs_cdata')

I've added all from governor files h and c too .

Do You know maybe what's the case of this error maybe ? IM on linux 3.18.91 .

Big thanks for help.
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