El jue, 10-05-2007 a las 17:21 +0200, Petter Reinholdtsen escribió: > [Petter Reinholdtsen] > > At the moment, these packages are installed on a laptop in Debian Edu. > > Not quite so. I was looking at an old version of the task file. Here > is the current list: > > acpi acpi-support acpid anacron apmd hibernate, hotkey-setup > laptop-mode-tools network-manager-kde pcmcia-cs uswsusp > wireless-tools xfree86-driver-synaptics > wireless-tools, acpid, anacron and hibernate should be on any pc, not only laptops. > In addition, we suggest or ignore these packages: > > bluetooth bluez-cups bluez-pin bluez-utils cpufrequtils kdebluetooth > unison > > > I suspect there are other packages we should be installing on > > laptops for use in schools. Anyone know any packages we should > > include? > > I still do. Please give advice. I would also install powernowd or cpudyn (I prefer powernowd). It saves a lot of battery power, giving more time when unplugged . The problem with it is that you have to load different modules depending on your cpu to make it useful. cpufreq-userspace should always be loaded (for powernowd) and another module depending on the cpu: speedstep-centrino for most laptops without an amd core (a look to /lib/modules/`uname -r`/kernel/arch/i386/kernel/cpu/cpufreq would give hints). Nowadays, more than 90% of the laptops I see work with speedstep-centrino Hope this helps. José L.
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