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Power management issues on a Sony Vaio VPCEB1C5E [duplicate]

this is my first question here, I'm a newbie. I've just installed Ubuntu 11.10 on my laptop Sony Vaio VPCEB1C5E E-Series. The hardware is: CPU: intel i5-430M RAM: 2x2GB DDR3 SSD: Crucial M4 64GB ...
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Script to tell 12.04 Kernel to maintain battery power saving features on AC [duplicate]

Laptop runs perfectly cool on battery but immediately I remove the battery the laptop goes all guns blazing and begins to overheat. How can I instruct the Kernel to maintain the power saving features (...
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Maximal power-saving on a laptop when sleep/hibernate is not possible? [duplicate]

I use a very portable laptop with Ubuntu running. On that laptop, neither sleep nor hibernate works reliably (it works sometimes and it doesn't the other times). I'm not asking how one can get them ...
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How to get Jupiter in Ubuntu Gnome [duplicate]

So I switched from ubuntu to gnomebuntu today, and proceeded to try and install all the apps that I had found invaluable with ubuntu. I have run into a road block with jupiter, and was wondering if ...
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How to optimize power consumption for Ivy Bridge? [duplicate]

I'm new in Ubuntu 13.04 and wondering what I should do to get the lowest power consumption settings for an Ivy Bridge CPU. Are there any changes to make in the terminal or something?
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My laptop heat up quickly [duplicate]

I'm newbie using ubuntu, I have pre-installed wind*ws 7 on my ultrabook ACER S3 951 then I make it dualboot using ubuntu 12.04 but after using it for an hour my laptop heat up quickly is it a normal ...
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Battery reduced by 50%> How to make my battery last longer than windows 7 for HP pavilion g7? [duplicate]

I have a HP Pavilion g7-1204sa 17.3 inch Laptop PC AMD Quad-Core A6-3400M Processor, RAM 6GB. I am attempting to make my laptop to last longer on Lubuntu or Ubuntu OS than windows 7. It currently ...
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Fan - always on: Battery drain too high in Ubuntu 12.10 x64 [duplicate]

I bought an Asus U36 ultrabook some time ago, because it had 4-6 battery hours (average real values). Now that I updated to Ubuntu 12.10 x64, My battery lasts less than 3:15 with the type of use I ...
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30 w discharge and half the windows uptime [duplicate]

I'm new to linux and I installed ubuntu 11.10 x64. I got a HP Envy 14 laptop (i7 second gen) and my batterytime is half the uptime I get in windows 7. Now I got 2hours and it discharges in 30w. In ...
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Energy Saving on Ubuntu PC's (not Laptops!) [duplicate]

Can I use software designed for power saving on laptops on Home PC. (not a laptop) Or maybe someone could suggest alternative tools designed for saving power on PC desktop? What are the other steps ...
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Ubuntu 12.04 overheating my laptop [duplicate]

I use dell Inspiron 5520 laptop with latest BIOS version A13 with 4GB RAM and Intel core i5 processor. Recently I have removed Windows 8 and installed Ubuntu 12.04 by disabling the UEFI mode. Since ...
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Hardware accelerated video playback using mplayer [duplicate]

I'm running Ubuntu 14.04. I need video acceleration for MPlayer. I found this blog that gives me the information. http://www.webupd8.org/2012/11/install-mplayer-with-va-api-hardware.html But the ...
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Low battery life on ubuntu 13.04 [duplicate]

Config: laptop MSI CR650 - 229XBY AMD E-450 Radeon HD 6320 (512mb) - Proprietary driver HDD: 500Gb OS: Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 (x64) and Ubuntu 13.04 Raring Ringtail (x64) Steps: 1.Clear Install ...
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Fan twirling because of CPU high performance [duplicate]

I've downloaded Kubuntu recently and installed it on my laptop. After installation, I installed my graphic card driver(ATI Radeon HD) which made my laptop's fan quieter. This also caused that my ...
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Are i915 kernel options still required with 13.04? [duplicate]

My /etc/default/grub has these kernel options, which were required to improve battery life when I originally installed 12.04: pcie_aspm=force i915.i915_enable_rc6=1 i915.i915_enable_fbc=1 i915....

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