Had a strange idea, and don't know if it will work or not, but wanted to get it out there to see if anyone knew if this was possible or not.
Problem: Most software that changes bus/clock speeds are dos based... therefore they won't work for linux.
Possible solution: Make a small dos partition and load a full instal of Dos 6.22 on it. Then partition the rest of your drive for linux. Install K6clk to the dos partition. Add k6clk to the DOS autoexec.bat file. Then load PQ Boot Magic on the dos section, with a bootup link to both linux and DOS.
Desired result: The MBR would boot up the dos partition by default. Autoexec.bat would load the software mod to the processor, then boot magic would load. Linux would then be loaded, but the mods to the processor would remain.
Would this be feasable, or would the settings to the processor be lost after the boot into linux?
Also, does the autoexec.bat load before PQ Boot does? I can't remember.
I currently have neither an I opener nor dos, so I personally am of little help at this stage (I opener is coming in the mail however... yay!)
any info would be appreciated.