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Laptop turns of when secondary battery is empty while main battery is
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I'm using a Lenovo T460s with two batteries running Ubuntu 17.10.
The indicator shows the combined charge of both batteries and I was at
40% when the laptop simply turned off. After the reboot I saw that the
main battery was at 88% while the extra battery was at 0%. For some
reason the OS deemed it necessary to perform an emergency shutdown
without any warning.
I don't know whether this is a problem in gnome power management or
the kernel but please, please find a fix for this! Or provide some
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