I worked hard at home on some stuff that we need to finish before the end of next week, like flooring a hallway and work on two bedrooms. Still need to finish some carpeting today. Also need to start painting next week or I won’t make it in time. And don’t forget. I do everything in my free time. Be it with a lot of help, but I haven’t even looked at my new Dell 4K monitor. Nope. Been too busy trying to get real work done. And to give you guys an impression… this is what I am working on:
A show piece. A replica of something that my wife had seen somewhere on the Internet. Mind blowing expensive, but why would anyone reject something like that – a master bedroom with a view to kill? Nope. Not going to happen after having slept in a caravan for a couple of months. By the way. There will be only one room in our home that will be even more expensive. Our kitchen. Sorry guys. Nothing to show you yet. Just an empty void. Nothing to see there. Kitchen is ordered but it is late. Like everything else in Spain. Except for a truckload of palm trees, that were delivered eight weeks too early. Oh well. Better early than never. Which appears to happen also lately, and since I already paid them in full (with some of my Bitcoins) to help them survive the winter months, I guess we’ll have a garden before a spare bedroom for guests… guess what our caravan will be used for next week.
After that it is up for sale so anyone looking for a Dethleffs Beduin 550/250 with Isabella Ambassador (dark red) and Bolon carpet (5000 Euro) can contact me per e-mail. Sold!
Let’s talk about the upcoming update of ssdtPRGen.sh I tell you this. Version 11.0 will be totally different because this is what I have in mind for us:
Usage: ./ssdtPRGen.sh [-abcdfhlmptwx] -acpi Processor name (example: CPU0 or C000) -board-id (example: Mac-F60DEB81FF30ACF6) -cpu type [0/1/2/3] 0 = Sandy Bridge 1 = Ivy Bridge 2 = Haswell 3 = Broadwell -debug output [0/1/3] 0 = no debug injection/debug output 1 = inject debug statements in: ssdt_pr.dsl 2 = show debug output 3 = both -frequency (maximum turbo frequency) -help info (this) -list (example: Sandy Bridge, Ivy Bridge, Haswell or Broadwell) -model (example: MacPro6,1) -processor model (example: 'E3-1285L v3') -tdp [11.5 - 150] -workarounds for Ivy Bridge [0/1/2/3] 0 = no workarounds 1 = inject extra (turbo) P-State at he top with maximum (turbo) frequency + 1 MHz 2 = inject extra P-States at the bottom 3 = both -xcpm mode [0/1] 0 = XCPM mode disabled 1 = XCPM mode enabled
However. Due to the limited amount of free time I have these days… I may have to commit broken work with updates that do not work. Meaning that you may want to wait for other people to confirm that ssdtPRGen.sh is working for them. In short. Keep your current version and give new versions a go with a nod 😉