- Mar 21, 2020
Because the forum will have a lot of new posts generated every day, so there may be a problem that the reply is not timely, you can contact our after-sales staff directly, you will get a faster answer, I am sorry for losing your post, we did not delete it, there may be some problems with the website program, it is good to know that you are willing to help others, so we have set you as the administrator of Beelink forum, you can post directly to help others.Come on! Beelink does not reply in their own forums...but you monitor and reply in XDA devs forums with suggestions that don't even have a value? "one program is taking up too many resources" and what does this suppose to mean? If I start a calculator the device will froze? (Yeap, I am sarcastic) Next time come with suggestion about getting diagnostics and logs thaat will actually pinpoint and solve the problem rather than random speculations about resource hungry apps.
Ubuntu 22.04 distro with transmission torrent daemon, jdownloader daemon and 2 python script daemons that's all... The CPU is idle most of the time, although the HDDs (SSD + 2,5 HDD) and RAMs are working a lot. That's my workload.
P.S. every reply in beelink's forum needs to get approved first and in my case, one of my replies got deleted when I tried to help a fellow "patient". Censhorship is not tolerable, by me at least, and that's why I am now in XDA forums to help whoever needs help.
Regarding the "help" if any beelink owner has issues with temperatures in linux one thing that will ease but NOT fix the problem is enabling the Intel p-state. I am posting it here because it got "censored" in beelink forums.
Following the below guides one can enable that feature.
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