Though it is not only lubuntu related I've experienced different
problems with gnome-power-manager on my netbook since 9.04 release.
And even in lucid A3 i need to killall gnome-power-manager and use
Even new version of xfpm that I've just tested (0.9.90)
It is all I can say about.
OK. Further testing of xfce-power-manager disappoints me:
1) No reaction on BUTTON_SLEEP, BUTTON_HIBERNATE and BUTTON_POWER_OFF.
2) it seems no properly working without gpm installed.
Sorry for bother you all.
2010/4/11 PCMan pcman...@gmail.com:
Please can anyone reproduce this bug? It doesn't happen on my laptop.
It is reproduced always on my netbook.
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Most of annoying I get with lucid is wrong critical battery message
from gpm when unplug AC-cable with charged battery.
It's a bug that should be report for gnome-power-manager.
There are several bugs already in launchpad.
Workaround is turn off time policy:
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