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jakob1379
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Message 11 of 12

Re: lenovo energy manager for ubuntu

I know it is not recommended to use more than one battery manager in conjunction, but I have had a great experience on my Lenovo yoga 710 running Ubuntu 16.04 with TLP for the deep managing tasks (using the tlpui for easier managing) and the Powertop for the more general stuff.

conwaytwt
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Message 12 of 12

Re: lenovo energy manager for ubuntu

Cool! I wasn't aware of PowerTOP or tlpui.

Based upon what little I can discern about powerTOP, it doesn't NECESSARILY conflict with TLP. I suspect the greatest risk is that one will override the settings of the other.

As for tlpui, it hasn't made it into the regular channels, so folks should probably consider it "experimental." The basic TLP package has been accepted into the standard Debian and Ubuntu repositories so it's now much easier to find and install, but yes, it will not appeal to anyone "allergic" to editing configuration text files. :-)

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