power saving

Teresa e Junior teresaejunior at gmail.com
Mon Dec 11 23:59:11 UTC 2017


Em 11/12/2017 21:57, Teresa e Junior escreveu:
> Em 11/12/2017 18:11, Xen escreveu:
>> Teresa e Junior schreef op 11-12-2017 20:57:
>>> Em 11/12/2017 15:31, Xen escreveu:
>>>>
>>>> The default profiler activated by the Linux kernel is apparently 
>>>> "performance" which never lowers the frequency.
>>>>
>>>> The "cpufrequtils" package does nothing other than set the profiler 
>>>> at boot and provide utils to set and read it.
>>>
>>> That's interesting. I'm on Xubuntu 17.10 with the default Ubuntu
>>> kernel, and it is currently set to "powersave" without cpufrequtils
>>> installed, although there is CONFIG_CPU_FREQ_DEFAULT_GOV_PERFORMANCE=y
>>> on /boot/config-$(uname -r).
>>>
>>> So I don't really know what is controlling these settings on my laptop.
>>
>> Is there a power settings dialog screen in Xubuntu?
>>
>> KDE doesn't seem to have it.
>>
>> But "powersave" is not exactly ideal.
>>
>> I would say "conservative" is ideal if you want to save power,
>>
>> but powersave handicaps your CPU... :-/ ?.
>>
> 
> Yes, there is the xfce4-power-manager, but it has no options for dealing 
> with the CPU, only things like screen brightness, actions on low 
> battery, etc.

Actually, according to APT it does, but I see no such option in its 
settings:
    * battery monitoring
    * cpu frequency settings
    * monitor DPMS settings
    * suspend/Hibernate
    * LCD brightness control
    * Lid, sleep and power switches control

I'll have to investigate...



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