TLP It is an advanced power management tool for optimizing battery life on laptops running Linux. Its default configuration is usually sufficient to improve battery life, however, TLP provides a wide range of configuration options that can be changed by editing its configuration file.
TLP is a command-line tool that does not have a graphical user interface, but TLP has a third-party GTK GUI (written in Python) interface called Tebao . TLPUI is considered beta software. At this stage of development, it can read, display and save the TLP configuration, display information about configuration changes (default values and saved / unsaved state), and display
|TLPUI shows that an option has been changed (and needs to be saved to apply) and its default value|
The tool project page mentions that TLPUI still needs some translation optimization. There are no binaries now, so to use TLPUI, you need to install it from source.[[Edit 18 Feb, 2020]]TLPUI has been updated to support the new configuration scheme in the latest TLP 1.3 (it supports the configuration of the old versions of the latest TLP 1.3 and TLP 0.8). To be able to use TLPUI with TLP 1.3 support, please get the latest Git code for TLPUI ( Ubuntu PPA has been updated to the latest Git).
How to install TLPUI in Ubuntu, Debian or Linux Mint
Update: You can now use PPA to install TLPUI in Ubuntu or Linux Mint.
You will find installation instructions below Tebao Get it from Ubuntu, Debian or Linux Mint (and Debian / Ubuntu-based Linux distributions such as basic OS, etc.). The following steps will generate a TLPUI DEB software package, which you can easily install and remove1. Install TLP
Without TLP, TLPUI will not work, so the first thing you need to do is install TLP. The tool is available in Ubuntu repositories starting from Ubuntu 16.04 / Linux Mint 18 and all supported Debian versions. You can use the following command to install:
sudo apt install tlp tlp-rdw sudo tlp start
You can also use TLP PPA to get the latest TLP version of the old Ubuntu / Linux Mint distribution. You can find PPA installation instructions (and instructions for installing TLP in other Linux distributions) at the following location. This page .2. Install the packages required to download and build the TLPUI DEB package
TLPUI depends on PyGObject. To get the latest code from Git, we need to install
git . And make packaging,
python3-stdeb Need to be installed (as well as some other packages that are automatically installed as these two dependencies).
To install these packages in Debian, Ubuntu or Linux Mint, use:
sudo apt install python3-gi git python3-setuptools python3-stdeb
3. Get TLPUI from GitHub, build a DEB package and install it:
git clone https://github.com/d4nj1/TLPUI cd TLPUI python3 setup.py --command-packages=stdeb.command bdist_deb sudo dpkg -i deb_dist/python3-tlpui_*all.deb
dpkg Command to install the generated TLPUI DEB software package (
python3-tlpui_0.1-1_all.deb ), But you can also use graphical tools for installation. You can find the generated TLPUI DEB package at the following location:
TLPUI has no menu items, so to start it, you need to press
ALT + F2 Or open a terminal and enter:
After using TLPUI to make any changes to the TLP configuration, remember to choose
File > Save In TLPUI, actually save any changes you may have made to the TLP configuration.