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Elementary Os its overheating my laptop why? how fix it?

I just finished install Elementary OS and I realize that my laptop is overheating. Before install eOS I used Ubuntu 11.04 and everything was fine. Also the time to charge the battery now its very ...
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How can I reduce my Laptop's power consumption when running Linux?

I just installed Linux on a laptop of mine (it's Lubuntu 15.04 on a Lenovo X201, Core i5 M540, 2GB mem). I'm currently seeing 21580 mW power draw with a couple of apps open (Firefox with a few tabs ...
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Running applications depending on battery or charging

What are good program or script solutions to run specific applications depending on whether the laptop is running on battery or charging? In order to conserve battery, I automatically want to stop ...
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Mint battery hogger

Here's my friend's laptop configuration: Linux Mint & Windows 8.1 Intel Core i7-3537U NVIDIA Kepler GeForce GT 740M & Intel HD 4000 4Go RAM All the drivers are up to date Here's the ...
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Battery issues on a Lenovo Ideapad Z460 running Ubuntu 13.10

I've been using Ubuntu 13.10 on my Lenovo for more than 5 months without a problem. Yesterday I disconnected the AC adapter to take the laptop with me to the couch and it simply shut down. So I ...
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Battery monitor always at 100%

I have Linux Mint 15 KDE and my battery monitor always shows full energy, even when it's about to be exhausted. Any ideas why is this happening? acpi output: Battery 0: Discharging, 0%, 02:27:21 ...
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What are the consequences of disabling nmi_watchdog?

My aim was to improve battery life for my laptop. I have already applied some advised modifications like enabling ALPM, and adding pcie_aspm=force drm.vblankoffdelay=1 i915.semaphores=1 at grub ...
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Lenovo T440s battery status unknown, but charging?

I'm trying to configure my Lenovo on arch linux. The last thing I need to do is get the battery 100% working. Right now it appears that the main battery's state is unknown: ...
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How to disable AC power supply from CLI

This article among others suggested the following to prolong battery life: Keep cool. Operate in mid SoC of 20–80%. Prevent ultra-fast charging and high loads (most Li-ion) The main issue here ...
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Linux mint 17 battery information inconsistent

The battery (time remaining) information shown by Linux Mint 17 on my Asus Zenbook UX32LA is inconsistent. When I unplug it from the AC power (99% charged), it says 4:55h, after 1 min it shows 7:15h, ...
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How do I stop charging the battery way prior to 100% in OpenBSD?

I'm thinking about using a netbook as an OpenBSD server. I'd like it to have UPS -- so the integrated battery is quite useful. However, I'm very familiar with the batteries going dead very quickly ...
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Battery not detected on my embedded device on reboot

I have an ARM based embedded device with Linux Kernel 2.6.31 running on it. I have seen that while rebooting the device sometimes battery won't get detected and the device will just fail to boot. Any ...
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XMobar-friendly low-battery warning?

I'm in the process of setting up a laptop running Debian Jesse with xmonad as the display manager. I use xmobar to display information about the current state of the system, including the battery ...
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Battery meter only appears when laptop gets plugged in

The battery meter refuses to show unless I plug the laptop in. If I remove the applet and then re-add it it still won't show. I am using Mint 17 and here is the screen shot of my Power settings and ...
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how to tell hibernate, if battery low

I need to tell to power-manager (with gnome-shell) , if battery is low,pm-hibernate will be run. Now i want to tell via gsettings commmand. How can i do it?
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Under Mint 12 and the latest version of the Enlightenment window manager the battery monitor gadget doesn't report correctly

Can anyone give me a clue where to look to fix it, and, can anyone point me to a good replacement?