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install TLP Battery saving tool :- sudo add-apt-repository ppa:linrunner/tlp sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install tlp tlp-rdw After installation type :- sudo tlp start


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For a couple of years, I serviced the laptops of a larger German car manufacturer. I've seen all kinds of Toshibas, Compaqs, IBMs / Lenovos and HPs. On some (I can't recall the brand though), you could see a read-only BIOS entry, listing the "battery order", but it was neither changeable through the BIOS nor the system. On none of all these laptops it was ...


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I've looked things up a little bit more and couldn't really find the exact solution matching my problem on a Dell-Laptop but I've read of some people having similar problems with toshiba's batteries and finally found a way to get mine correctly detected. All I needed to do was add a kernel parameter at pc-startup. To do this follow these steps: type in a ...


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As far as I know, Lubuntu uses AC power while the cable is plugged in and the battery fully charged. You can change your power settings using xfce power manager 4 which is installed by default and can be found under Menu>Preferences>Power Manager



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