How to install?
Include the following in your
.profile files by adding:
```sh source $HOME/path_to/backup.sh source $HOME/path_to/nvidia.sh source $HOME/path_to/wifi.sh source $HOME/path_to/smt.sh source $HOME/path_to/man.sh ```
NOTE: Only tested in (Arch) GNU/Linux.
.conffile. This configuration file looks like:
/home/user/directory_A /home/user/directory_B /home/user/directory_C /home/user/file_A.sh /home/user/file_B.rs /home/user/file_C.so
There can be different profiles, each with its own
.conf and destination.
By default, I added HOME and WORK. Simple. But you can add as many as you
like. To backup the data, type
backup home or
backup work in a terminal.
nvidia.sh: Enables or disables discrete NVIDIA (OPTIMUS) GPU. Useful to
extend battery life in beefy laptops when this GPU is not needed. Type
nvidia on or
nvidia off. NOTE: will ask for administrator (root) password
to change status of
wifi.sh: Enables or disables wireless interface (handy in non-distracting
environments such as sway, herbstluftwm, i3, etc.). Type
wifi on or
in a terminal.
smt.sh: Enables or disables simultaneous multithreading (a.k.a.
hyperthreading). Why would you…? If you crush numbers heavily (model data
fitting, solving ODEs, etc) hyperthreading reduces the computer’s
performance by a factor of 2 (the program takes twice as long to complete).
This is bad. However, it does improve performance in other tasks (i.e. compiling
kernel takes half the time with hyperthreading). This is good. Type
hyperthreading on or
hyperthreading off before running your software.
NOTE: will ask for administrator (root) password to change status of
man.sh: Changes the default colours of the system reference manuals (