wtf fucked up power devil
sergio at serjux.com
Mon May 28 22:37:53 BST 2012
On Seg, 2012-05-28 at 11:47 +0530, dE . wrote:
> On second though it's a good thing. It simplifies things.
your top posting doesn't help much
> Support software for non profit, buy Android phones.
> On May 27, 2012 4:19 PM, "Martin Bednar" <serafean at gmail.com> wrote:
> Le samedi 26 mai 2012 18:51:23 dE . a écrit :
> > I just noticed this recently, and this's a complete turn
> off! There
> > should've been profiles!!
> There still are sort of profiles, only that now they're linked
> activities. Meaning depending on your current activity, you
> can have
> different suspend timeout values. As for cpufreq and other
> configuration, as
> mentioned previously, laptop-mode-tools does it pretty well, I
> suggest you
> configure it there. IMHO this is the "correct" solution :
> advanced users who
> know what cpufreq is have one place to configure it, those who
> don't should
> probably not touch those settings and use the distro-provided
> As for the presentation mode, now the app presenting should
> inhibit it itself
> (I think okular does). And this is exactly what the "enable
> checkbox does : disable powermanagement features.
First what is an activity ? where is documented how activity works ?
"The activity service is running with bare functionalities.
Names and icons of the activities might not be available."
wtf this means ?
I have 11 tabs , 4 called desktop , 5 called unnamed and 2 called new
Before turn off profile , we may setting "power save" or not , enable
and disable display after certain time or not etc .
How do you do a profile for presentations, not disable screeen , even on
Sérgio M. B.
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