cpuinfo is a virtual file located in the /proc filesystem. When accessed, it provides real-time information both about unchanging hardware characteristics of the CPU, and about how it is currently running (most notably, what clock speed it or each of its cores is at).

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Screenlets RingSensors has to many CPU sensors, what are they?

I just installed screenlets to get some onscreen information about my system. I'm trying the RingSensors screenlet to monitor cpu load, but there are more sensors available to monitor than I'd expect. ...
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TLP not working on 16.04

I installed TLP on my laptop and set it up so that it should switch to powersave when on battery but it's not working. when I run tlp-stat -p this is the output when on AC: --- TLP 0.8 -------------...
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Ubuntu Touch number of CPU cores

I have the Meizu PRO 5 Ubuntu edition and it seems it is using 4 cores. (top, cpuinfo) This phablet is running on Samsung Exynos 7420 64-bit 14nm octa-core (A57+A53) CPU, so where are the missing ...
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How do I add PAE flag at startup?

I have a non pae notebook, (Gateway M4520GZ) with Lubuntu 15.10 installed. To do the major upgrade to 15.10, I had to run the following commands to add the pae flag to my cpuinfo file. sudo cat /proc/...