I am using the Lenovo Thinkpad e490. I installed dual-boot with Windows, but I had a couple of issues so I updated my Kernel to 5.0.13 (I read in a forum that this version fixes some problems, but newer versions are probably fine too). Now I did some speed test and realized that my CPU is slower then it should be. So I tried to set the CPU governor to performance using
cpupower. But somehow it isn't installed. When I type
cpupower in the terminal i get:
WARNING: cpupower not found for kernel 5.0.13-050013 You may need to install the following packages for this specific kernel: linux-tools-5.0.13-050013-generic linux-cloud-tools-5.0.13-050013-generic You may also want to install one of the following packages to keep up to date: linux-tools-generic linux-cloud-tools-generic
All of these packages mentioned are not found when I try to install them with
sudo apt-get install <packagename>.
When I run
sudo apt-get install cpupower I get:
Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done E: Unable to locate package cpupower
Is there another way to change the CPU governor and is
cpupower really not supported for all kernels?
I also tried several other kernels with the same problem.