Make your Linux netbook battery last longer
Jan 08, 2010, 19:03 (1 Talkback[s])
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"All laptop users have something in common: we want our device's
batteries to last longer. Whether it's for the daily commute or a
long flight, an extra 30 minutes of power means an extra 30 minutes
"If you're running a Linux-based distribution on your netbook,
there's a lot you can do to squeeze every last negatively charged
ion from your power source. Here we're going to cover the best
techniques that we've discovered.
"Don't worry if you're not a netbook user, as much of this
information can be used on Linux laptops too. However, we've
specifically tailored our advice for netbooks as these seldom
include full-blown distros (and hence any easy way of compiling and
installing new software)."