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    Re: Jupiter Applet is Great! What a difference!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Rasa1111 View Post
    Hmm..

    Alright..
    I am in usr/share/icons/ACYL/scalable/status...
    But that's all Ive got! lol
    Attachment 203496

    no 24 folder...

    am I confused.. (very possible)
    or do i need to go another route?
    [OR just stick them in that folder ???] lol
    thanks man
    They may work in that folder, you can also replace them in /usr/share/pixmaps but the next version of Jupiter will overwrite them.

    You can look in /usr/share/icons/ACYL/index.themem there should be a variable called "Directories" that lists the subdirectories under ACYL/ that it searches for icons.
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    Re: Jupiter Applet is Great! What a difference!!!

    ahh, that did it! [usr/share/pixmaps]
    thanks a lot man!
    Much appreciated!
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    Re: Jupiter Applet is Great! What a difference!!!

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    It can, yes. It can also be written with unetbootin.
    Fantastic.

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    Re: Jupiter Applet is Great! What a difference!!!

    Jupiter is great. One of the best things to happen for mobile Linux in quite a while.

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    Re: Jupiter Applet is Great! What a difference!!!

    It's a nice little tool, although I've found the lowest power saving settings to be just a little too slow to use comfortably on my Eee PC.

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    Re: Jupiter Applet is Great! What a difference!!!

    hmm..
    I don't really see any change in performance when on the lowest setting.
    It's just as fast as it always is. (faster than most brand new laptops running windows)
    Only less hot . lol
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    Question Re: Jupiter Applet is Great! What a difference!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by fuduntu View Post
    You are welcome, always glad to read a Jupiter success story.

    The Jupiter applet itself is just a simple configuration GUI for the underlying trigger that I inject into the operating system.

    Technically, you can delete the Jupiter GUI applet, and Jupiter will still function once it is installed.

    If you do that though, you won't have an easy way to change the configuration so I don't recommend it.
    Is Jupiter somewhat similar to KDE's power management profiles?

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    Re: Jupiter Applet is Great! What a difference!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Zlatan View Post
    Is Jupiter somewhat similar to KDE's power management profiles?
    Probably not, but I have no idea how KDE is designed.
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    Re: Jupiter Applet is Great! What a difference!!!

    How is Jupiter differ from the cpu scaling applets? (I think there are several of those)

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    Re: Jupiter Applet is Great! What a difference!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by beew View Post
    How is Jupiter differ from the cpu scaling applets? (I think there are several of those)
    The differences are described at http://www.jupiterapplet.org.
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