The toggle FAQ

Battery monitor via bme n8x0

Thanks to qwerty12 for all the help

sudo echo "deb /" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/mer-n8x0-devel.list
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install hald-addon-bme advanced-power-monitor advanced-power
old instructions (use the above)

sudo dpkg -i hald-addon-bme_0.1-1_armel.deb
sudo apt-get install advanced-power-monitor advanced-power

There is an issue right now with python/advanced-power-monitor, you need to do the following

cd /usr/lib/python2.6/dist-packages
sudo ln -sf ../site-packages/hildondesktop.* .

Start the advanced-power applet
Status Bar
Advanced Power

Ok and reboot and you should see your battery info.
If you experience problems installing advanced power or monitor (< 0.14 or you upgrade) you may need to do this:

sudo echo "deb ./" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/temp_updates.list

Battery monitor via bme smartq (currently broken)
Thanks to zenvoid and qwerty12 for all the help
(as of 0.14 you need to upgrade to Devel)
As root

dpkg -i hald-addon-smartq_0.02_armel.deb
apt-get install advanced-power
cd /
tar -zxf /root/AdvancedPowerMonitor.tgz

Enable advanced power as above and reboot.
This is currently broken and I would appreciate some help from anyone who has python experience that could help me debug the applet as it's not starting yet.

Remove onscreen keyboard on n810

 12:33 < rhuskjr> That reminds me for the n810 is there a way to disable the 
                onscreen keyboard
 12:34 < Stskeeps> yeah, removing hildon-input-method from /usr/bin/start-hildon 
                 but we're working on a better way.

Debian armel virtual machine for development