lspci uname -a
and post the output. It will give a clearer indication of your machine and how power might be saved.
TLP, rather than LTP, is good and I've used it before, and you can make modifications, but I think most can be offset with a kernel fitting your machine rather than having tlp running, etc.
My lenovo runs lovely
As already noted lcafiero. "shared" usually equates with not opposing, and this is the sense you used the term "shared".
I understand the phrase "common interests" but you seem to have not noticed that throughout this thread you have undermined the publicised interests of a long standing member, ew, and defined them as not being 'common' throughout the community yet without recourse to asking the 'community' whether such interests are common or not...
Funny the paradox that as CrunchBang becomes more popular (at least defined by DistroWatch standards) what it markets itself so much on (unique community) begins to appear ever more homogenous with other Linux 'communities'.
Are the moderators aware that Crunchbang is known throughout Linux land as providing a community that transcends interest in only functional concerns?
Beg to differ, dura. So does the dictionary:
com mu ni ty (noun; plural, communities): 3. a social, religious, occupational, or other group sharing common characteristics or interests and perceived or perceiving itself as distinct in some respect from the larger society within which it exists (usually preceded by the): the business community; the community of scholars, the CrunchBang community.
I think that covers us.
Think you've contradicted yourself by arguing against me. If we were a community then me and you would not disagree, by your own definition. You would not try to argue your case to be correct - but, instead, as a moderator with the widest interests of the community as your motivation, enable space for multiplicity within the community. Earlier in this thread you define it as being at odds with ew's interests: he perceives entertainment, as I and others do, to be part of this community and its interests. Yet you do not. So we share different interests that appear to fragment what you like to call a community. Hence I believe the assumption that this dark space of the web with transient members is a community to be false.
There is no visible evidence that CrunchBang constitutes a community, but the discourse is great marketing spiel.
Try with the recommended dd option:
My girlfriend has this problem on her phone; I haven't really attempted to get through it, but it seems you've had just as good a go as I would have, or probably better. I have an Android phone but I don't experience this issue...
If you want to go the ftp way, then its pretty easy with Android- there's a few apps for it, and also for ssh. On iPhones you have to jailbreak them, but you don't have to root your Android as far as I'm aware (one of the reasons I switched...). If you want gui then probably use Filezilla, or you can do the whole thing with terminal on both the Android phone and your Linux machine.