- -ck patchset with BFS CPU scheduler: Con Kolivas’ ck1 patchset which includes the BFS scheduler that brings better desktop interactivity and responsiveness;
- BFQ I/O scheduler : using this patch, the disk should be virtually as responsive as if it was idle, no matter what the load is (this is available by default in Sabayon and CyanogenMod);
- TuxOnIce: an alternative suspend / hibernate framework that uses image compression, supports any number of swap partitions and/or files, has the ability to cancel hibernating or restoring the image by pressing escape key and more;
- UKSM: Memory De-Duplication;
- EnhanceIO: a driver based on EhanceIO SSD caching software derived from Facebook’s open source Flashcache project that’s useful for using SSDs as cache devices for traditional HDDs.
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Install pf-kernel in Ubuntu / Debian
sudo dpkg -i *.deb
sudo ln -s /usr/lib/tuxonice-userui/tuxoniceui /usr/local/sbin/tuxoniceui_text
That’s all you need to do for TuxOnIce to work (if hibernate is working on your machine, obviously).
And finally, restart your computer.
pfkernel=$ (dpkg --get-selections | grep linux-.*pf | sed -e 's/-pf.*/-pf/g')
sudo apt-get remove $ pfkernel
And then restart the computer.