Is it possible to install system76-scheduler in zorin?

Hello, I wanted to install systemm76 scheduler to improve performance in video games, but I couldn't find any repository to install this, only to install system76 power, and... I'm really not sure if it will work if I install it as it says its github

Here is the .deb package:

The repository is here (WARNING: If you use the repository, you must immediately remove the repository after installing the package. Leaving the Repo active can damage or destroy your Zorin Build upon the next running of upgrades. Do Not Forget to remove the repository: sudo add-apt-repository --remove ppa:system76/proposed)

To add:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:system76/proposed

Install scheduler:

sudo apt update && sudo apt install system76-scheduler

Then remove the repo:

sudo add-apt-repository --remove ppa:system76/proposed


<3 thanks!!

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Are there other things I didn't know existed to improve the performance of games? Now that I have read about this context I would like to know more about it.
Interested Drama GIF by Bounce


And what about the pop version?

That is the POP Version.

After trying a command on terminal I read that I can choose between pop and proposed. Look:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:system76/stable
[sudo] password for luca:     
Cannot add PPA: 'ppa:~system76/ubuntu/stable'.
The team named '~system76' has no PPA named 'ubuntu/stable'
Please choose from the following available PPAs:
 * 'pop':  Pop!_OS PPA
 * 'proposed':  Pop!_OS Proposed

Because it is POP_OS, not Ubuntu, they would not have a repository named Ubuntu.

There is the POP standard Repository and the POP Proposed repository. The Proposed Repo will contain beta and unstable packages.

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So which versions can I choose from? I'd like to try this system76-scheduler but possibly nothing unstable.

The Scheduler is a recently introduced package and is currently only available in Proposed.

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Alright, I'll be ready to apply the uninstallation command if things go wrong then :grin:.

Whatever you do, do not run any apt upgrade command until after you remove the repository.
And you must remove the repository immediately once your desired package is installed.
Otherwise, you might forget and do an upgrade later and transform your Zorin OS into Pop_OS.


Yes, I read it :+1:.

WOW :astonished::smile:!

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