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sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/jupiter
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install jupiter
sudo dpkg --configure -a
Stage 11 (optional) ..Installing the Jupiter power management applicationThis is an optional install, but I recommend it for the Acer Aspire One, as when you switch from mains power to battery power, the Jupiter panel applet will switch your CPU into power saving mode, which will make your battery last longer.Open a terminal and runCode: [Select]sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/jupiterthenCode: [Select]sudo apt-get updatethenCode: [Select]sudo apt-get install jupiterNow REBOOT (to load the application) .. you'll then see a new icon by the clock that looks like a lightening bolt .. when you unplug the mains power, this icon should change to reflect it has set the CPU to "Power Saving" mode, when you plug it back in, it should switch to "Maximum Performance" mode.You can also switch modes manually by clicking the lightning bolt icon, and selectont the "Performance" mode.Be aware .. with certain Acer Aspire One BIOS versions, the switching to "Power Saving" isn't 100% accurate .. so when you unplug your AA1 from the mains to run on battery for an extended period, visually check the icon has changed to "Power Saving" mode, if it hasn't, do it manually.
sudo apt-get clean
sudo mv -v /var/lib/apt/lists /var/lib/apt/lists.old
sudo mkdir -p /var/lib/apt/lists/partial
sudo apt-get install --reinstall jupiter
sudo apt-get remove --purge jupiter
sudo mv -v /var/lib/apt/lists /var/lib/apt/lists.old2
sudo dpkg -i *.deb
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