An applet that provides various options for improving power management on laptops.

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Jupiter seems to break multimonitor setup

If Jupiter is in the startup my multimonitor setup will fail. Instead of two separate desktops the monitors will be mirrored, one over the other with the smaller notebook-desktop in the larger screen: ...
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Howto run jupiter script as superuser in lubuntu-rc.xml?

I'm trying to bind to my asus eee hotkeys couple of jupiter functions to work as on Windows. The problem is that I have to run those as superuser. Under terminal scripts are working fine so I put in ...
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High CPU temperature and Fan speed in ubuntu 12.04

I am using 12.04 LTS version of ubuntu. In which I am getting High CPU temperature and fan speed from beginning of the system. Temperature remain > 62°C. I am using jupitar but it's not helping in ...
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How to clear jupiter's notification?

I used an external display some time before. After that there is a notification of 'New Resolution' everytime the startup of my xfce. Look like this: This is really annoying, so I want to know how ...
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Jupiter does not start

I am new to Ubuntu Currently using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise) I installed Jupiter using: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/jupiter sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install jupiter ...
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Jupiter Changes Display when using volume key bindings

I recently downloaded jupiter on ubuntu 12.04 ASUS U36JC and I noticed that my display would switch from clone to exterior to clone everytime that I used the keys that control the volume. Hit ...
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How can I prevent Jupiter from disabling my touchpad?

I recently installed Jupiter 0. 1. 9. I think it is disabling it. How can I prevent Jupiter from disabling my touchpad? I've uninstalled Jupiter and it is working fine. I want to use Jupiter, but at ...
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Jupiter 0.1.9 is disabling my touchpad automatically when ubuntu starts. How to fix this?

I need to manually press Fn+F3 twice to disable and then re-enable the touchpad. I do it every time I start Ubuntu. How can I fix this? Thanks
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What can I use (instead of jupiter) to control the Super Hybrid Engine on my eeepc 1015T

I'm running Saucy on my EEEpc. For a while there was this great tool called jupiter which handled a lot of the power management and CPU scaling on eeepcs. Unfortunately, the tool went out of ...
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Switching from Jupiter to TLP

As the laptop battery saving applet Jupiter isn't maintained anymore, I've seen many recommendations to use TLP instead. There seems to be a couple of TLP installation and configuration tutorials ...