Package Details: dkms-phc-intel 0.3.2.12.19-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/dkms-phc-intel.git (read-only)
Package Base: dkms-phc-intel
Description: CPU frequency driver - DKMS automatic module generation after kernel upgrade
Upstream URL: http://www.linux-phc.org
Licenses: GPL
Conflicts: phc-intel
Provides: linux-phc
Replaces: linux-phc
Submitter: drrossum
Maintainer: drrossum
Last Packager: drrossum
Votes: 16
Popularity: 0.026755
First Submitted: 2012-11-02 03:53
Last Updated: 2015-11-11 08:10

Dependencies (1)

Required by (0)

Sources (8)

  • dkms-phc-intel.service
  • dkms-phc-intel.sh
  • dkms.conf
  • phc-intel-pack-rev19.tar.bz2
  • phc-intel.default
  • phc-intel.sh
  • phc-intel.sleep
  • phc-intel.system-sleep

Latest Comments

fs4000 commented on 2016-03-12 09:55

@drrossum, can you please check the phc-intel package? It also uses DKMS now, so I think this one just got obsolete.

lockheed commented on 2015-04-06 20:47

There was a new version availabe. You can see it here: http://www.linux-phc.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=267

drrossum commented on 2015-01-29 07:13

Don't flag out-of-date if package is not out-of-date

lockheed commented on 2015-01-28 08:07

The package can't be built because www.linux-phc.org no longer exists. Can you update the working link?

orschiro commented on 2014-10-15 13:02

Can you please add a conflicts="phc-intel"?

error: failed to commit transaction (conflicting files)
dkms-phc-intel: /etc/default/phc-intel exists in filesystem
dkms-phc-intel: /usr/bin/phc-intel exists in filesystem
dkms-phc-intel: /usr/lib/modprobe.d/phc-intel.conf exists in filesystem
dkms-phc-intel: /usr/lib/pm-utils/sleep.d/00phc-intel exists in filesystem
dkms-phc-intel: /usr/lib/systemd/system-sleep/phc-intel exists in filesystem
Errors occurred, no packages were upgraded.

kabbone commented on 2014-08-10 17:45

The file ist not available anymore

drrossum commented on 2014-02-21 18:43

This setup should work with standard and lts kernels, and custom kernel packages that provide the /usr/lib/modules/extramodules-*/version file.

drrossum commented on 2014-02-21 18:17

Updated systemd script to automatically recognize kernel version, now that /usr/src/linux-3.* no longer is part of the kernel package.

drrossum commented on 2014-02-03 14:45

You can modify the pattern matching in the dkms-phc-intel.sh script (line 7 and perhaps 8) from linux-*-ARCH to whatever non-standard line of kernels you use.

Simply compare what you have $(ls /usr/src) to what you need $(uname -r)

eduardoeae commented on 2014-02-03 12:44

The script at shutdown only works for the -ARCH kernel

drrossum commented on 2014-01-27 18:35

NEW: enable automatic module update after kernel upgrade:

systemctl enable dkms-phc-intel.service

This will trigger dkms module generation at shutdown, so that the module is available for the next boot-up.

alroar commented on 2013-07-27 21:59

thank you very much for the clarification and your effort! good work sir

drrossum commented on 2013-07-27 15:51

Reverted back to previous version. The version 12.1 has a bug in the makefile and does not generate working kernel modules.

Trying to be faster than the developer is not such a good idea after all...

drrossum commented on 2013-07-27 15:34

Updated to newest version. Thanks for the notification.

Please note that the dkms- prefix was the only naming convention until 2013/04. So prefixing dkms- not rather wrong for a package that has been around for more than three months...

alroar commented on 2013-07-27 10:50

Download Link is dead. Revision 12 here:
Correct Link: http://www.linux-phc.org/forum/download/file.php?id=94

Further your name convention is rather wrong: the dkms is supposed to be at the end of the name, but thats just a minor issue.

drrossum commented on 2013-07-17 15:18

Updated to revision 10

OdinEidolon commented on 2013-07-17 08:40

If this is really necessary, it should be in the wiki. If it isn't, what does it do exactly?

By the way, download fails

drrossum commented on 2013-05-16 13:27

Done

hermes14 commented on 2013-05-16 10:46

rev 9.1 is out:
http://www.linux-phc.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=267
http://www.linux-phc.org/forum/download/file.php?id=142

hermes14 commented on 2013-05-16 08:26

The source url is no longer valid, build fails.

drrossum commented on 2013-04-06 20:31

Thanks for letting me know. It's fixed now

ilusi0n commented on 2013-04-06 10:37

Doesn't build. The url is not found anymore. Can you fix it?

drrossum commented on 2012-11-10 21:22

I can't test the "/etc/rc.d/phc-intel setup" method since it depends on initscripts, which a systemd system doesn't have/need.

I vaguely remember, though, that the rc.d setup script would only build the module for the kernel version currently running, requiring an additional reboot, no?

By the way, the '-k 3.x.y-z-ARCH' number is available right after an upgrade in the pacman stdout, so it isn't actually that complex. A future version of pacman may support HOOKs that allow to even automatically run things like this.

drrossum commented on 2012-11-10 21:20

By the way, the '-k 3.x.y-z-ARCH' number is available right after an upgrade in the pacman stdout, so it isn't actually that complex. A future version of pacman may support HOOKs that allow to even automatically run things like this.

drrossum commented on 2012-11-10 21:16

I can't test the "/etc/rc.d/phc-intel setup" method since it depends on initscripts, which a systemd system doesn't have/need.
I vaguely remember, though, that the rc.d setup script would only build the module for the kernel version currently running, requiring an additional reboot, no?

stqn commented on 2012-11-10 14:19

Looks more complex than simply typing /etc/rc.d/phc-intel setup… What’s the advantage?

drrossum commented on 2012-11-07 03:06

After pacman has upgraded your kernel, run 'dkms autoinstall -k 3.x.y-z-ARCH' (the new kernel version you just installed) and the phc-intel module will be ready and working for the new kernel when you reboot.

drrossum commented on 2012-11-07 03:04

After pacman has upgraded your kernel, run 'dkms autoinstall -k 3.6.6-1-ARCH' and the phc-intel module will be ready and working for the new kernel when you reboot.