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After a long story which began with the same analysis as you told - power cable plug in => slow down the system - I found a solution and another better reproducible situation which works for me. After waking up the system from suspend to ram the system is remarkable slow. I checked after a tip of a colleague the cpu frequency and the set governor. But the ...
I have a (seemingly) very similar issue on a Lenovo ThinkPad T61: (sometimes) when the laptop is plugged-in, it is very slowish. I plug-out the adapter, and the slowness stops. Here I notice the following symptoms: The kworker or watchdog process is going haywire, spiking at 100% CPU every ~1sec (see also: Kworker, what is it and why is it hogging so ...
EDITED OUT THIS LINK TO DEBIAN FORUMS BECAUSE I DONT HAVE ENOUGH "REP" https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Lenovo_ThinkPad_T530 I wrote the battery section of the Arch wiki, and you can see my response at the end of the debian thread above. The biggest problem with Ubuntu I suspect is that it runs a lot of processes straight from boot, many of which you ...
I am writing this on an X1 right now. Running XFCE 13.10. For the most part, things work. The items which do not work for me are: Suspend/Resume The Ethernet port. (Wifi works fine) Also, I had to wait for recent update to get sound to work.
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