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How to install Jupiter in Ubuntu 13.04

Posted by brono1998 on August 25, 2013 at 12:25 AM

Jupiter is a power management applet for Ubuntu Linux that has been around for quite some time. But as of the latest release (Ubuntu 13.04) it is no longer officially supported. Many applets have appeared up but never worked as good as Jupiter. Well I'm going to show you how to install Jupiter on your Ubuntu 13.04 laptop (hosted by jolicloud).

 

First step is to open Terminal by pressing ctrl+alt+T

 

Next type:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:jolicloud-team/ppa

 

Next type:

sudo apt-get update

 

Now type:

sudo apt-get install jupiter

 

Now search for jupiter in the Unity search and open it, and start saving battery life.

 

(This applet is no longer officially supported but works fine on most machines. The worst you might get is the Ubuntu internal error [harmless])

 

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