> > I've committed another round of ACPI changes to -current.
> > 
> > The major addition is CPU throttling support.  This is implemented using
> > ACPI, not any vendor-specific technology, so it should work on any
> > platform that exports the relevant information.  By default, the CPU will
> > run at 100% in 'performance' mode and 50% in 'economy' mode, however these
> > levels can be adjusted with the following sysctls:
> Cool!  I'll check whether the cpu performance actually changes on
> AC-line on/off events.
> BTW, I've found a couple of typo :) will commit soon.

Thanks for fixing these; I don't know why it compiled with the first one 
there.  Nice to have another set of eyes on the code!

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