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CoreFreq – A Powerful CPU Monitoring Tool for Linux Systems

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/05/07

I need to check out if it finally got available for OpenSuSE: [WayBackCoreFreq – A Powerful CPU Monitoring Tool for Linux Systems

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–jeroen

2 Responses to “CoreFreq – A Powerful CPU Monitoring Tool for Linux Systems”

  1. CyrIng said

    CoreFreq builds fine in OpenSuSE:
    1. install the distribution development packages.
    2. download or clone the CoreFreq source code from the GitHub.
    3. build and run, following the instructions and prerequisites (no nmi_watchdog, no virtualization)

    Or boot from the CoreFreq live CD (which does the above steps)

    Regards
    CyrIng

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