FrankenWM and raccoons again. But, I taught Conky to understand the CPU frequency on the Pinebook Pro.
The kernel thinks it has 6 CPUs. It has two, one slower with 4 cores and one faster with 2 cores. The CPU frequency can be set separately by changing the frequency on cpu0 and cpu4. NetBSD 10 has some scheduler changes that make it schedule long-lasting processes on the faster CPU, which is nice. In NetBSD 9, you can force a process (like your compiler) to run on the faster CPU with
Conky in pkgsrc-current has several improvements now and I suggest trying it out on your NetBSD laptops. I'm in the process of rebasing the patches on latest Conky in
pkgsrc-wip, but honestly they rewrote some code in C++ and it's nasty.
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