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  • RahulSundaram
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    Originally posted by swagg_boi View Post

    ++ for this question. Currently using TLP on Fedora 34; sounds like it may be conflicting if/when I start using this new daemon?
    I posted a link to the upstream earlier

    https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/hades...#tuned-and-tlp

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  • swagg_boi
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    Originally posted by khnazile View Post
    And what about TLP and such? How does power-profile-daemon integrate with those? Do we have to switch again?
    ++ for this question. Currently using TLP on Fedora 34; sounds like it may be conflicting if/when I start using this new daemon?

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  • khnazile
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    And what about TLP and such? How does power-profile-daemon integrate with those? Do we have to switch again?

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  • Awesomeness
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    Originally posted by RahulSundaram View Post
    Colloquially this can be called one because it was created for the purpose of integrating with GNOME originally and was written by a GNOME developer.
    Nah, it's a freedesktop.org project.

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  • GreenByte
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    Originally posted by krzyzowiec View Post
    Does Gnome automatically change the mode between 'balanced' and 'power saving' depending on whether a battery powered device is plugged in or not?
    I would assume there will be an option, because I believe a large chunk of people (me included) would want it to squeeze more battery when needed, and more power when on cord.

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  • krzyzowiec
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    Does Gnome automatically change the mode between 'balanced' and 'power saving' depending on whether a battery powered device is plugged in or not?

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  • RahulSundaram
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    Originally posted by AHOY View Post
    Honest question, what exactly makes that or anything a GNOME project? It's when the people involved are also contributors to the desktop side like when people call anything Qt these days a KDE project?

    Anyway thank you GNOME your work in plumbing and building blocks is highly appreciated. Fedora and Red Hat too. No sarcasm.
    Officially this wouldn't count as a GNOME project because it is hosted elsewhere -> https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/hades...rofiles-daemon and isn't tied to GNOME in any way and KDE is integrating with it too. Colloquially this can be called one because it was created for the purpose of integrating with GNOME originally and was written by a GNOME developer.

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  • AHOY
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    Honest question, what exactly makes that or anything a GNOME project? It's when the people involved are also contributors to the desktop side like when people call anything Qt these days a KDE project?

    Anyway thank you GNOME your work in plumbing and building blocks is highly appreciated. Fedora and Red Hat too. No sarcasm.

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  • q2dg
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    Is this related to PowerTOP and/or UPower in some way? Or is it another independent one? Thanks!

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  • Fedora Workstation 35 Looks To Use Power Profiles Daemon By Default

    Phoronix: Fedora Workstation 35 Looks To Use Power Profiles Daemon By Default

    Fedora Workstation 35 is looking to ship with power-profiles-daemon by default and to have it enabled for benefiting newer laptops...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...rofiles-Daemon
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