Battery Monitor v17.12 is now available.
The dashboard now displays battery health. This is normally 100% for a new battery, and slowly degrades with time. For example, my two-year old laptop shows a health of 78%, which indicates that only 78% of the original capacity is left. Average life has also reduced to ~8 hours compared to ~10 hours when it was new.
- #1 – Added appdata file for displaying information and screenshots in software centers
- #4 – Display battery health in dashboard.
- #5 – Increased the bottom padding for graph so that scrollbars do not overlap with time labels
- Updated installer and build scripts
Packages are available in Launchpad PPA for current Ubuntu releases.
sudo add-apt-repository -y ppa:teejee2008/ppa
sudo apt update
sudo apt install aptik-battery-monitor
Binary installers are available on the Releases page. Download the installer and execute from terminal window:
sudo sh ./aptik-battery-monitor*amd64.run # 64-bit
sudo sh ./aptik-battery-monitor*i386.run # 32-bit
Installer can be used on following distribution types:
- Debian based — Debian, Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Elementary OS, etc (supports apt)
- Fedora based — Fedora, RedHat, Cent OS, etc (supports dnf and yum)
- Arch based — Arch Linux, Manjaro, etc (supports pacman)
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