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Intel Bug Power Linux

Nailing the Cause of Recent Linux Power Issues 156

Posted by timothy
from the building-a-better-eyeball dept.
An anonymous reader writes "For the Linux kernel power regressions that were found a few months ago, and hit in Ubuntu 11.04, Phoronix has found the regression that's still present in the Linux 3.0 kernel. The power regression is caused by a change in ASPM, the Active-State Power Management, for PCI Express support."
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