It's been a while since I posted on of these..... so now I have a couple of laptops with the older HD 4200 series cards I wanted to control the power profiles and came across this blog with a systemd service, tirdc: Setting the power_profile for your Radeon graphics card using systemd
So I packaged up the script and systemd service and added an openSUSE /etc/sysconfig file to set the profile. By default its set to low but can be set to low, high, default and auto as required.
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Z.A.P.I.T. - Zypper Automation Package Information Tool - is a bash script written to take advantage of and help with the usage of Zypper. Zypper is a command line package manager, which makes use of libzypp, providing functions like repository access, dependency solving, package installation, etc. YaST2 and RPM MetaData package repositories are supported. Zypper repositories are similar
Updated Today at 17:35 by jdmcdaniel3
I am running opensuse Tumbleweed on my UEFI box. Yesterday, there was a kernel update. After the update, the box had several kernels:
3.7.10-1.1-1 ## from installing 126.96.36.199-3.1 ## from a Tumbleweed update3.8.9-5.1 ## also a TW update3.9.0-6.1 ## from the latest TW update
I'm not sure why there are so many kernels. I had thought that there would be only two. But, I have the disk space, so no problem.
What does this have to do
Today, a lot of computers have more than one sound generating device. However, as far as hearing sound is concerned, its is very likely you have only one set of speakers or sound cable connected up to a single output on your PC. PulseAudio (freedesktop.org - Software/PulseAudio/About) has been our default sound server in openSUSE for some time now. So one issue I run into on every openSUSE install is the need to disable
Updated 07-May-2013 at 20:22 by jdmcdaniel3
SysdCmd is a bash script intended to be used in openSUSE and tested with openSUSE version 12.3. I have included all of the features I feel openSUSE users will likely want in a bash script intended to help you learn how to use and work with systemd. SysdCmd will install the following standard openSUSE packages: systemd-ui, systemd-analyze and graphviz all of which will require root user access. The
Updated 19-May-2013 at 15:37 by jdmcdaniel3