Is there a way to install powersupply program on a laptop?
It’s designed for phones. I suggest installing GNOME Power Statistics (
I have it installed, but would like something that updates in real time like powersupply…
You can build Powersupply from our PKGBUILD, if you really want it.
It’s a simple python application, but it is designed for phone screens, so layout might be weird on a desktop form factor.
True, but I need to learn that first.
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