This bug is still active in Ubuntu Gnome 17.04. Changing the value of
attribute critical-battery-action from "suspend" to "shutdown" within
org/gnome/settings-daemon/plugins/power inside dconf editor does not
help: the laptop still goes to sleep instead of shutting down.

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https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1492174

Title:
  Notebook does not shutdown when battery is critically low

Status in d-conf package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  After discharging the battery completely, my notebook suspends instead of 
shutting down.
  To prevent the battery from getting damaged, it is important that the machine 
shuts down.

  This happens in ubuntu 15.04, power behavior was correct in 14.04 and in 
14.10.
  In ubuntu 14.04 default gsettings for critical-battery-action are set to 
'suspend'.
  In ubuntu 15.04 default gsettings for critical-battery-action are set to 
'shutdown'.
  In ubuntu 15.10 default gsettings for critical-battery-action are set to 
'suspend' back again.

  So the critical-battery-action setting has to be 'suspend' to shutdown 
notebooks completely!
  This seems to be a little bug in gsettings, as 'suspend' setting performs 
'shutdown' action.
  It leads to unwanted behavior of machines when users change power settings by 
executing:
  "gsettings set org.gnome.settings-daemon.plugins.power 
critical-battery-action shutdown"

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