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Do you still have the problem? You may try to recalibrate your battery. Just follow the steps described here under the paragraph "How to Manually Calibrate a Battery". The process itself works equal with Ubuntu.
Try the following: upower --enumerate ...and detect the battery canonical name. After that, you can issue: upower -i /org/freedesktop/UPower/devices/battery_BAT0 (change with your name). This will give you the full statistics of the battery. If it's old, you can have a maximum capacity different form 100%: energy-full: 44.69 Wh ...
I think this is not included as it varies with what spec you choose - e.g. looking at the specs of this model off of their front page, the fact you can have a i5 or i7 CPU, as well as choose what display, RAM, wifi etc it has will affect battery life - I will note that I think 62.16 Wh is very good compared to (lower-power) laptops I have had, but as this is ...
Step one: make pm-suspend accessible to all users, no password asked Do sudo visudo and add this line at the end of the file: yourusername ALL=NOPASSWD: /usr/sbin/pm-suspend Source: How do I run specific sudo commands without a password? Step two: create batwatch.desktop file: This is the file that will launch automatically the monitoring script. The ...
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