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powertweakd - Powertweak daemon
powertweakd [--config-file file] [--no-daemon] [--no-info] [--profile-
The powertweakd daemon applies configuration tweaks to the system. It
is primarily intended to be controlled using the powertweak or
Specify the file to read settings from.
Run in the foreground rather than as a daemon.
Do not use information-only tweaks.
Specify the directory in which profile information can be found
Show the version of program then exit.
Default configuration file. When the set of currently active
tweaks is saved they will be stored in this file. On startup
powertweakd will parse this file (unless another is specified
with the -c or --config-file options) and apply the tweaks
defined to the system.
powertweakd can be used to make hardware and kernel level changes to
your system configuration. These changes may adversely affect system
performance and may lead to system crashes or data corruption. Due
caution should therefore be exercised when using this program.
powertweakd was written by Dave Jones <firstname.lastname@example.org> and others. This
manual page was written by Mark Brown <email@example.com>.
20 January 2002 POWERTWEAKD(8)