Multiple CPUs in top or htop

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http://crunchbanglinux.org – Neither "top" nor "htop" are showing output for multiple CPUs on two of my #! Statler r20111125 installs (32-bit with backports).top shows one line of CPU usage on a dual core and on a quad core. Pressing '1' to show individual CPUs just shows "cpu0".htop also only shows one CPU line and it's supposed to show each CPU as a separate line by default. I even tried 'F2' in "htop" to configure it and manually add the CPU lines. I can add a line for "CPU" which then shows "CPU 1", which is the same as what was inclu (HowTos)