Joined: Dec. 2005
||Posted: April 08 2007,21:36
i was wondering, if there is any chance that the linux-phc patch can make it's way into DSL-N? I like to use DSL-N from a usb stick on my notebook when surfing, since I can power off the hdd and enjoy complete noiselesness. This would be even nicer if I could undervolt my Pentium M 740. On Ubuntu (which is the main OS), I have a custom kernel with linux-phc patch and the temperature is around 7-8 °C lower with undervolting, which makes quite a difference with respect to how often (or rather if at all) the fan runs.
It's a relatively small patch, too:
If that's not an option - where can I start reading on how to use my custom kernel with DSL-N?