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Set CHUD Nap setting at startup
Authored by: agallisa on Jun 03, '04 06:28:42PM

hmmm... on my Dual G5 running 10.2.4 the correct syntax is

do shell script "hwprefs cpunap=false"

or

do shell script "hwprefs cpunap=true"



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Set CHUD Nap setting at startup
Authored by: heynnema on Jun 03, '04 10:55:14PM

If you go into terminal, and type:

hwprefs

you'll see that cpu_nap is correct, not cpunap.

Now if you type:

hwprefs cpu_nap

you'll see that it returns a 0 or a 1 (equiv to false or true)

So, you can use either:

hwprefs cpu_nap=0 (or 1)

hwprefs cpu_nap=false (or true)

Cheers, Al



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Set CHUD Nap setting at startup
Authored by: heynnema on Jun 04, '04 06:10:26AM

Oh, I just noticed that you said "Dual G5 running 10.2.4"!!

Not even 10.2.8! On a G5!! Sheesh. Update, and/or get 10.3.n.

The syntax on an old OS and old CHUD may, in fact, be different.



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