Powertop, a tool for detecting power wasters under Linux, is about to make a generational jump: version 2.0 provides improved diagnostic options and a redesigned user interface. It also offers a simple, manual way of enabling numerous power-saving features that can noticeably extend the battery life of notebooks.
I am a completely new user to Linux/Ubuntu! I looked through tips on battery issues and powertop but failed to find clear tips on how to tweak powertop except for Toggle Tunable.
Could someone look through the log and advise me on what should be done to reduce power consumption? My laptop is 1 year old!
I want to make my Ubuntu 13.10 install look like Ubuntu 9.10. Is it possible? I'm already using gnome as my default window manager. I want to make it look like 9.10 because it was my very first experience with linux and is nostalgic for me. I basicly want to make it look like the screenshot below. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
iOS 6.1 is fresh out the gate and there's already a group which has coded the jailbreak for this particular version. The tool they provide will also be available for the Linux platform. It's not uncommon for developers to release Linux versions for their tools and it's nice to see that the guys who call themselves evad3rs decided to make the software multi-platform.