Monthly Archives: November 2003

‘Nother Security Update

Available via Software Update now…

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CPUfrequency flaw: sysctl command does not work properly (confirmed)

According to this comment on VersionTracker, the sysctl command does not work properly. Here’s what it says: Just run sysctl -a and you’ll see what I am talking about… You’ll get the same results for hw.cpufrequency, hw.cpufrequency_min & hw.cpufrequency_max This … Continue reading

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CPUfrequency may not work with 1Ghz TiBooks

This discussion, titled “Slowdown on 1Ghz Ti Book” indicates that sysctl hw.cpufrequency is reporting inconsistent results on these machines. Thanks to Steve for this info! It would seem to be a good idea to run XBench along with the CPUfrequency … Continue reading

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Apple Hardware Test may incorrectly report that the Bluetooth module is not present…

This KB article has information that may be of use to those of you troubleshooting a bluetooth problem with your computer.

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CPUfrequency 1.1

Hello everyone. I updated the CPU frequency scripts so that the results will now be displayed in Mhz, rather than just plain ol’ hz. This change is based on code provided by Sarah Baucom in this comment. Thanks, Sarah! Here’s … Continue reading

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