On 24 July 2011 19:07, Julien Lavergne <gi...@ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I discovered that gnome-power-manager (the program we use for power
> management) needs now gnome-settings-daemon, which is a central piece of
> GNOME desktop. There is a high risk than it will interfere with
> lxsession, the settings daemon of LXDE.

Yes, a lot of the functionality that used to be in gnome-power-manager
was moved to gnome-settings-daemon.

gconf should be going away with time. I think the main Ubuntu 11.10 CD
won't have gconf on it; it's not there yet but it's one of the Desktop
Team goals. It's deprecated in Gnome but it will take a while for all
apps to port to gsettings/dconf.

Jeremy Bicha

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