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You are running by default, the Intel Pstate system in Ubuntu 14.10. To use the older ACPI method, you need to edit the grub file and reboot: Open a terminal alt+ctrl+t and enter the folowing lines: sudo cp /etc/default/grub /etc/default/grub.backup sudo nano /etc/default/grub In the Nano editor, look for the line beginning with ...
Coincidentally, I just ran into the same issue. It seems to be a bug, because restarting Dropbox fixes it temporarily, but only until the next restart. To fix it permanently, we need to edit and rename the dropbox.desktop file in ~/.config/autostart/ How to fix it permanently: rename the file ~/.config/autostart/dropbox.desktop into: start_dropbox.desktop ...
I hope this is what you need: from system load indicator: CPU: $(percent(cpu.inuse)), iowait $(percent(cpu.io))
As with some Gnome extensions, installing doesn't work if the extension says it does not support that version of Gnome - even if it does work. So to install it: Download the extension from the extension ...
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