I am running a web server at home using Ubuntu 11.4 (maybe? I can’t 100% recall) on an older AMD 2400+ desktop with 1 or 2 GB of RAM. Sorry I can’t recall the details 100%.
In Linux Mint 17.3 / 18
iwconfig says the power management of my wireless card is turned on. I want to turn it off permanently or some workaround on this issue.
I’m using Ubuntu, but I have i3 as my window manager instead of a desktop environment.
I am using GNOME 3.18.1 on Arch Linux 4.2.5-1-ARCH x86_64 on a Dell E6530 laptop. Since I installed this OS years ago, the power button on my laptop has always led my OS to completely power down.
I’m struggling with
cpupower on ArchLinux. I want to set governor to
ondemand or even to
I am using Ubuntu 16.04.
Is there a way to check how much power a USB device requires?
Is there a way to return the current watt consumption on the command line? I have found about the powertop program, but have not seen a way to return the Watt consumption as a value to the command line. I’m thinking of some file that I can
I’m having a problem with my notebook suspending, but then waking up when I don’t want it to (either immediately, or much later when in the bag – I may have two issues to solve here). But for the moment this question is about troubleshooting: is there a command I can run that will tell me what the trigger was for the last
resume action? E.g. whether a key was pressed, or the power button, whether it was a wake-on-lan signal, whether it was switching from AC power to batter, etc, etc.
I’ve been tuning my Linux kernel for Intel Core 2 Quad (Yorkfield) processors, and I noticed the following messages from