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Hey everyone! I just bought a Huawei Matebook D laptop, and everyone says it has around 7-8 hours of battery life. The website said 10(i know it's always less in reality). I installed the current version of KDE Neon user edition, tried TLP to save battery life and i only have 4 hours. Tested while browsing(no video) and programming in Visual Studio Code. My brightness is about 30%. Also switched to intel integrated video card from the dedicated. Any idea what can be the problem? I'm really sad for 4 hours. I would be okay with 6 at least. I checked and there isn't any demanding software running. I charged the laptop fully when i got it yesterday. I let it discharge fully, recharge and tested it today. Have any ideas what should i check? Maybe it's a faulty battery? submitted by /u/SafiyahAngel [link] [comments]

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In this tutorial you are going to learn how to change password in Linux. You will also learn how to set password using sudo privileges of another user as the root account in Linux has highest priority over all other accounts. https://linux4one.com/how-to-set-or-change-user-password-in-linux/ submitted by /u/rahulbagul [link] [comments]

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Hello everyone I'm currently working at a help desk position in a very high tempo work center. This will sound lazy, but instead of troubleshooting a difficult client-side issue we usually just go ahead and re-image a system due to the fact that our users need to have a working system at all times. Our work center is pretty new and therefore we haven't gotten a big budget yet so we are currently using a laptop as an MDT host... yeah I know. But of course it isn't fast and this led me to go ahead and take a look at the supply room and I was able to find an old server that I intend to re-purpose. My goal is to go ahead and create a new host powered by Linux in order to deploy new Windows images throughout our local network using PXE boot. ​ First off, I'm sure if I won't be able to get a 2016 r2 license for this system so I figured I should go ahead and try out Linux. Could anyone recommend a good and reliable server OS or point me into the right direction as far as selecting an easy to use, easy to set-up server distro? ​ Second, I'm a total newbie as far as Linux goes. I do know about the different distros that are out there for PC's/Workstations but I'm not well versed with it's scripting language or how to (apparently) get tools for the distros. Would anyone know if there indeed are deployment oriented software that I might be able to use? Even pointing me in a right direction would be appreciated. ​ Lastly, if anyone has managed to create a deployment server using linux, what were some common issues you can give me a heads up on? What was your experience like and what common mistake should I avoid? ​ Thanks in advance for your replies everyone! submitted by /u/rbyscrm [link] [comments]

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Newer machines are not compatible for pxe booting into Debian due to the kernal not supporting the hardware. Would serious issues arise from updating the kernal but keeping a very old version of Debian? submitted by /u/jennytools36 [link] [comments]

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Very strange problem has just started on my laptop. Characters start appearing even though I’m not typing. On the terminal emulator it is ~; inside vim in insert mode it is Sometimes and in the tty it’s something like [[18. This occurs in my arch installation on my HD but it also occurs when I boot from System Restore CD (ie. an unrelated distro). So it’s not to do with Arch nor the CD distro. The pc is 10 years old but the hd is an upgrade. When I booted from the System restore CD initially I got a liad of beeping on boot. So I unplugged power, battery and checked memory cards. Put everything back and that solved the beeping but not the ghost typing. The ghost typing doesn’t always start straight away but kinds of builds up to a point where it’s a battle to complete a command. Interestingly it doesn’t happen inside text boxes or search area of my browser (qutebrowser fwiw). Mostly I access this machine from another one using X2go but the problem happens whether it’s accessed remotely or directly system rescue cd is loaded directly from the machine (ie, I’m getting this problem regardless of the keyboard I use). Any help much appreciated! I’ve tried looking on t’internet but nothing has come up. Posted here because I am using Linux. submitted by /u/herjaxx [link] [comments]

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