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Jupiter in Ubuntu 13.10 (Laptop Overheating)

I was wondering if Jupiter (Interface for display, power and device control) will work in Ubuntu 13.10, because my laptop (Toshiba Satellite C855D, AMD A6-4400M with Radeon HD Graphics running Ubuntu ...
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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 can one disable Wi-Fi power management when using Jupiter?

Background and Problem My laptop (Lenovo ThinkPad X131e 3372-2VU, running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS) freezes when Ubuntu tries to manage the wireless interface's power. I had to manually disable wireless ...
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Can i install “jupiter-support-eee” package on non eee laptop?

I have installed "Jupiter" on my Sony VAIO VPCZ2 laptop. it is very useful for me. I want to know what is the functionality of "jupiter-support-eee" package? is it only for eee netbook? can i install ...
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Is there any equivalent for Jupiter for Kubuntu?

I am looking for a software like Jupiter for my Kubuntu 12.04 to reduce my battery usage. I want to know, Is there any equivalent for Jupiter for Kubuntu ? or how can i run Jupiter on Kubuntu? ...
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worth installing Jupiter on Acer Apire Revo?

Would it be worth installing Jupiter (power and device control) on my Acer Aspire Revo net-top ? Would it help my system any or make a difference ?
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Does Jupiter really improve battery power?

I installed Jupiter on Ubuntu 11.10 and set the preference mode to "Power Saver" but haven't seen any noticeable difference. Does it really do what it claims?
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Is there a non-mono alternative to power saving tool Jupiter? [duplicate]

I'd like a power saving tool similar to Jupiter but without all the mono dependencies. Does it exist?
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How does Jupiter work

Jupiter is a powersaving applet, which can switch between maximum power, high power and save power. Definitely it does more than just setting the CPU speed, as the recommendations of powertop change ...