"Timeshift is a system restore so you can boot back up. Its defaults should be used that saves a copy of a bootable Linux system. Use a thumb drive to boot that has live CD of mint and use Timeshift to pick and restore an image. Use a backup to the cloud for stuff above the defaults of Timeshift. It's not a backup solution. It's a system only solution for when you can't boot. It's saved my ass many times. Oh, and I have Weekly/Keep 1, and Daily/Keep 2."
"I installed cpuid and this, and now gkrellm shows all temperature sensors having a working value and labels seen in psensors. I had lmsensors and ran the config but only after installing these, did they all work."
"Use AtomicParsley not atomicparsley to run it... or make your own symbolic link for it."
"I had bad output from it... try 280000000 x 0.005% = and it gives unreliable result. I had to use my android with google on it to calculate properly."