Package Details: indicator-powersave r98.10-2

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/indicator-powersave.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: indicator-powersave
Description: User discretion power managment utility forked from CPU frequency indicator (bzr version)
Upstream URL: https://launchpad.net/indicator-cpufreq
Licenses: GPL
Conflicts: indicator-cpufreq, indicator-cpufreq-bzr
Provides: indicator-cpufreq, indicator-cpufreq-bzr
Submitter: quequotion
Maintainer: quequotion
Last Packager: quequotion
Votes: 2
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2014-05-15 13:42
Last Updated: 2020-04-08 16:25

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quequotion commented on 2020-04-11 01:00

@Andrej.Korshikov already fixed it in this package, next up is indicator-application which also depends on libappindicator3; not sure if it's package maintainer is still on the job.

Andrej.Korshikov commented on 2020-04-10 02:08

Yep :(

$ yay -Syu indicator-powersave
...
==> Error: Could not find all required packages:
    libappindicator3 (Wanted by: indicator-powersave -> indicator-application)

quequotion commented on 2020-04-08 16:30

@Wolfizen

Perhaps? This package is difficult to build these days (dependencies moved around) and support for Ayatana indicators is drying up :(

My plan is to spin throttle off on its own, then rework wingpanel-indicator-cpufreq as a frontend "wingpanel-indicator-powersave".

Wolfizen commented on 2020-04-06 01:41

Should the libappindicator3 dependency be libappindicator-gtk3 ?

quequotion commented on 2019-07-08 19:25

I've partially rewritten the throttle script. Most importantly, configuration will now be stored in /etc/throttle.d/{powersave,performance}, and new versions will install with .pacnew appended.

I've also expand the syntax, and added more options. In particular, I've tried to mimic systemd controller syntax, such that start means "begin to throttle" (save power) and stop means "cease to throttle" (improve performance). Also added check options to each minor throttle.

The old syntax still works too.

For example, to set the cpu governor, select from:

$ throttle {gov,cpu} {{full,performance,stop},{cut,powersave,start},{check,status}}

Use whichever wording you prefer:

cut == powersave == start (save power)

full == performance == stop (improve performance)

check == status (output current settings)

mozo commented on 2018-05-09 11:52

Yes it builds fine now :)

quequotion commented on 2018-04-17 15:18

oberon2007

mozo

Added bzr to makedepends()! Sorry I hadn't noticed it.

oberon2007 commented on 2018-04-12 20:53

bzr needs to be added as a makedepends. @mozo, meanwhile you can simply install it yourself in advance.

mozo commented on 2018-04-11 13:00

It gives me an error: Cannot find the bzr package needed to handle bzr sources.

quequotion commented on 2017-12-14 12:39

Minor update: changed the source of minimum/maximum cpu frequency used for the icon to cpuinfo (still via sysfs). This represents the relative system load more appropriately in my opinion (current frequency compared to hardware extremes rather than current scaling governor limitations).