[time-nuts] Lady Heather on low power CPU/Linux?
azelio.boriani at screen.it
Wed Feb 22 22:33:44 UTC 2012
What about writing an active temperature controller that runs under native
On Wed, Feb 22, 2012 at 11:26 PM, Achim Vollhardt <avollhar at physik.uzh.ch>wrote:
> Fellow Time-Nuts,
> I am trying to run LH on an Alix 3D3 single-board PC:
> Being only a 500 MHz Geode CPU, there is not much power to work with.
> Still, running Debian Linux with Wine allowed me to make LH work..
> BUT: A single second tick takes about 3-4 seconds to show up.. needless to
> say that LH never catches up again and user interaction is painful at best.
> I tried the /tw=50 setting for less CPU usage with little effect. Is there
> anything else I can do?
> Strictly speaking, I would only need the active temperature control, I
> could spare all the other features..
> Any comments out there?
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