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Thread: How do I utilise the Super Hybrid Engine on my 1015PX

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    How do I utilise the Super Hybrid Engine on my 1015PX

    My netbook came with windows 7 starter so I took it off and installed 11.10 ubuntu. It's giving me about 6-7 hours battery with Wireless on which I'm quite happy with but would I get more if I installed something to make use of the "SHE"?
    The Asus support offers quite a lot of updates for Linux. Should I manually load them up or do they update automatically?
    Whats peoples opinion on the Gateway cloud? Does that increase battery life by much?
    Thanks for any help
    Oh When I download things from the Asus support website. Will they need to be ran in terminal or just run GUI? Could I do any damage either way?
    Thanks
    Dan

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    Re: How do I utilise the Super Hybrid Engine on my 1015PX

    +1 i am interested in the same topic
    Cogeto, ergo sum

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    Re: How do I utilise the Super Hybrid Engine on my 1015PX

    Hi. I sorted this out last night. I used jupiter with the eee pc add on.
    It can be found at this website.
    http://www.webupd8.org/2011/09/jupit...lable-for.html

    I had some problems but they turned out to be my own fault. I was copying and pasting 3 lines at a time and pressing enter. You need to enter them one line at a time. Once I did this it all installed seamlessly. The program will then need to be started from your programs.
    Good luck
    Daniel

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