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Old 11th April 2012
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Default apmd : Operation not supported


I have an AMD Athlon(tm) II X3 455 Processor and I when I try to have cpu scaling here is what I get :
# apmd -A
cannot open device file `/dev/apmctl` : Operation not supported by device.
Does it mean that this feature isn't support for this processor, or is it linked to the BIOS of the motherboard, a 880GA-UD3H GIGABYTE ?

I couldn't find any relevant error in dmesg.

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