[ltp] Re: Anyone using Ubuntu 8.10 on X60s / X61s? (battery life)
Mon, 3 Nov 2008 12:55:35 +0100
Ah yes, it's Debian Sid on a Debian stock 2.6.26-bigmem kernel.
2008/11/3 Hendrik-Jan Heins <email@example.com>:
> I get about 6.5/7.5 W when wireless and bluetooth are off, screen
> brightness is low, vmware and postgresql unloaded.
> I also upgraded to 4Gb RAM.
> With bluetooth off vmware and postgresql on, and wireless on, browsing
> the web I get about 9.5/10.5 W, which I guess is quite ok.
> I only added some small scripts to /etc/acpid/battery.d; mainly to set
> wireless to low power and to shut down the lan port.
> 2008/11/2 Stefan Monnier <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>>> Debian Etch on X61s, kernel 2.6.26-1-686 uses around 11W with wireless
>>> on. SLES 10 on the same laptop needs a good bit more. YMMV.
>> That seems pretty high compared to the X60s and X61t entries in
>> BTW, I wish there were more entries in there, especially for more recent
>> hardware (like X200, X300, X301, X200s).
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