PowerTOP is a Linux tool to diagnose issues with power consumption and power management.

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Powertop doesn't display Power est. column

When I run powertop, it doesn't display the "Power Est." column that shows the estimated power consumption in Watts of each row. It should look like in the screen capture here: MacBook Pro Retina: ...
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High varying discharge rate

I got an Asus N76VB notebook. On Windows I can easily stay on battery for 3-4 hours in powersave mode, but on Linux (first Ubuntu 14.04, currently Fedora 20) the battery's discharge rate varies from ...
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Linux Wifi High Power Consumption

I'm running Fedora 20, kernel 3.15.6 and ath9 driver with an ateros card. My battery life is very short, on an older debian install I had around 3 to 4 hours, now I'm between 1 and 2 hours. Powertop ...
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Two “Audio codecs” have 100% power usage in PowerTOP - what does this mean?

Should I be worried? My battery power doesn't last long (~1hr), could this be the reason? How can I fix this (if it has to be fixed at all)?
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MacBook Pro Retina: huge power consumption

I'm currently running Debian/Jessie on a MacBook Pro Retina 10,1 15" (early-2103). Everything is going well (ethernet, WiFi, retina, etc.) but I worry about its power consumption. laptop-mode manages ...