Power Management on Laptops

mauricio trujillo mau.trc at gmail.com
Mon Apr 21 16:55:33 UTC 2008

I'm having kindda the same problem here. It began when I installed my
printer's driver (Canon IP2200). Once it was installed there was a process
that used all the CPU making the fan go crazy, I figured that out with the *
top* command. Maybe its not your case, but go ahead a look which processes
are running when your fan begins to work very hard.

On 4/14/08, Jonas Norlander <jonorland at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2008/4/14 Larry Hartman <larryhartman50 at vzavenue.net>:
> > On Sunday 13 April 2008 11:18:18 pm Willy Hamra wrote:
> >  > i cant help you with sanity checks :P, but as for the hibernate
> issue,
> >  > it used to happen with me, do you have enough swap? you need to make
> >  > sure your RAM ro at least what is used of it fits in the swap
> >  >
> >  2 GB swap 2GB physical RAM, I can't imagine that not being enough...
> >
> Hi
> I think you need a swap partition or swap file at least as big as your
> RAM + Video RAM.
> Perhaps some other can confirm that?
> / Jonas
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