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About the Kernel 3.0 "Power Regression" Myth

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Oh boy, here we go again. LOLPhoronix has yet another article proclaiming that the Linux Kernel has a "power regression". Those Kernel developer losers aren't doing ANYTHING about it either! Oh the HUMANITY! /drama

Oh, and by the way it's really bad now. We are losing ~50%!!! Would you believe it? A power regression so bad that Portable Linux users running Kernel 3.0.x are losing over 50% of our battery life!

Uhh, no, we aren't.

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