running infinite loops to kill battery for callibration mbp battey

Discussion in 'Mac Programming' started by macman2790, Mar 9, 2007.

  1. macman2790
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    is this okay to do, im running > 20 instances of a java class in netbeans right now, I just want to go to sleep, so im trying to kill this fast so i dont have to waste 5 hours waiting before i can charge it up lol. thanks, also my cpu temp is at and below 70 degrees celsius most of the time, now 66.
     
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    just making sure, i thought so too, but i just thought it was a crazy idea to begin with. 22 min left after making this thread all the way from 95% battery life:D
     
  4. SupadudeX
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    An easier way you can do this is to do "yes > /dev/null &" in the terminal a few times.
     

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