Category: Save Energy

Ubuntu 18.04 Backlight Control Command Line

By default the xbacklight command does not work on Intel HD Graphics: Workaround: sudo nano /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/10-intel.conf: insert: Section "Device" Identifier "Card0" Driver "intel" Option "Backlight" "/sys/class/backlight/intel_backlight" EndSection now add to startup / autostart (lxde) : xbacklight -set 30

Android Cleanup NonRoot

If you use a Android Phone you should cleanup by Reset every 6 Month: Remove of Background Apps Remove blown up Updates Remove unused Apps Disable unused Apps preinstalled Raise Security Raise Privacy Reduce burned Bandwith from App Homecalls Use Siteload to reinstall LESS Apps Use Browser against Apps ! Reduce Backlinks of Apps to Cloud Remove Google Account Reset Advertisment-ID at Google Settings Reset Phone Settings, often useful! Disable Mobile Net+Wifi Access to unused preinstalled Apps! Control Homecalls by connect to a OpenWRT Router with iftop! Increase Battery runtime. Remove E-Mail, Social-Media Apps against Viruses over Chat and Mails […]

Small Linux on Thin Client 32MB Disk

Problem: If you have bought a Thin Client Terminal, you lost updates after some years, cause the manufacter closes the support, or you have to pay for the Upgrades. Solution: To reuse the old Hardware take a closer look on www.tinycorelinux.com There you find a very small modular Linux. You must not buy new Hardware! Tinycorelinux runs on x86 (Intel/AMD/Via) Hardware with a current 2.6 Kernel inside a RAMDISK.   Preferred Applications: Kiosk Internet Box Internet Radio Netbook with full ThinClient Support for High Security Travel (Company’s) Internet PC Office PC Fast energy saving embedded PC with ramdisk Use SSH […]