Hello everyone, not sure if it's the best place to post this.
I have a Latitude E6540 running Debian Jessie (stable) so with the 3.16 kernel.
I'm doing some tweaks to get better battery life so I'm using tlp and I have a few arguments in my /etc/default/grub file.
Anyways I managed to get into pc6 (package c states) when the computer is idle and the wifi card is disabled. I am wondering if it is possible to get to pc6 with the wifi enabled.
If you need more information about configuration or hardware ask me I'm not sure what I should include in the initial post.submitted by /u/Yutsa
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Problem: Tonnes of videos and TV shows exist in a central repository running Linux Mint. Kids don't want to SFTP files, they just want to view a preview (or boxart etc) and tap their finger to view a video, like Netflix. If they are going on a long car ride, it'd be nice to have some caching.
Solution: Something like Netflix, but localized to a Linux server on the lan with a light client, perhaps just web based or maybe android.
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Do I have to build this myself or does something like it exist?submitted by /u/johndenvers_ghost
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