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Fredrik Andersson

Life Of An Audioholic Bipolar/Alcoholic

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Ubuntu 18.04

So…the slow boot of us using 18.04 and the standard sources.
After reading alot on the net i think i found a nice solution.

You need to start like Synaptic, then go to Dev options and make sure that its a mark in that Bionic-Proposed

When you refresh you will have a bunch of updates and its ok to run them.
But remember that when you have Proposed marked you will get stuff that arent really released to the public

So. after doing this and restarting you can choose to follow Proposed or the slower one.

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Fränt Rasperrby Pi projekt jag hittade

Kul liten manick han fått ihop med en raspberry och den klassiska brödlådan

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Tweak your CPU frequency with indicator-cpufreq

This is a great option for laptops, using this myself atm and works like acharm.
Been checking cpu governor in terminal to see that its correct and it is, so check my previous post for more power on the Wifi on battery and install this.
Small lite indicator that wrks in Unity (Ubuntu 14.04)

Optional tweaks

Tweak your CPU frequency with indicator-cpufreq

Installation

indicator-cpufreq will help you change your CPU frequency on the go:

 sudo apt-get install indicator-cpufreq 

Go to Dash > search for Startup > edit indicator-cpufreq add -f or copy paste the following command:

 indicator-cpufreq -f 

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With the indicator you will be able to monitor your current CPU frequency & can change CPU frequency

Changing CPU frequency

Click on indicator

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How to permanently turn off wi-fi power management in Ubuntu

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