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To unzip the tar file, you can use terminal: cd /path/to/download/directory tar -xvzf filename.tar.gz Then, you can cd filename ls -a to see what's inside. If it's an .sh file extension, you can simply run sudo sh file.sh If it's a ppd file: sudo apt-get install cups sudo /etc/init.d/cupsd start sudo update-rc.d cupsd add Then go to ...


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Until today I had the same problem. It seems instel_pstate which regulates thermal issues on newer intels is no longer enabled by default. Assuming you have intel cpus you might be suffering the same problem. I solved it by installing enabling pstate & installing thermald. http://www.webupd8.org/2014/04/prevent-your-laptop-from-overheating.html


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I have been having similar problems (although the fan was actually was spinning). I installed thermald, which caused me more problems as it reduced the CPU to a stand still for 'not-so-high' temperatures. Finally, manually enabling pstate (which used to be default afaik) with thermald enabled(as explained in the article below) my fan is working as I would ...



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