Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 182524
g-p-m icon missing from notification area
Last modified: 2013-03-05 22:44:39 EST
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Description of problem:
Since re-booting after todays updates (20060222) gnome-power-manager has stoped
displying an icon in the notification area when you log in but if you run g-p-m
from its menu entry the radio button for displying the icon is selected and
clicking on it causes the icon to appear.
If you log out of the session and log back in again it is missing again.
Also since todays updates (20060222) a popup appears saying that the network is
disconnected which points to where the g-p-m icon should be displayed.
The above is probably a seperate issue but I don't know what to file it against
please advise what this should be filed against if you think that it is not
related to the missing g-p-m icon.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Actual Results: see above
Expected Results: the normal behavior ie the icon to be visible in the notificatin area as per the
option selected (note it defaults to being visible)
added g-p-m to the summary
Does this still happen with 2.13.91?
Can you grab a verbose trace and attach it to the bug please:
gnome-power-manager --no-daemon --verbose
Richard, can we make it so that the icon is shown by default on laptops, but
not on desktops ? Or is that already happening ?
Created attachment 125128 [details]
attachment as requested
attachment created prior to doinfg any updates today 23/02/06
>Richard, can we make it so that the icon is shown by default on laptops, but
>not on desktops ? Or is that already happening ?
Not yet, but it's in the back of my mind how best to solve this. Can you open a
bug in gnome bugzilla and we can discuss. Thanks.
Created attachment 125132 [details]
attachment as requested post 23/02/06 updates
New attachment after 23/02/06 updates and with gnome-power-manager-2.13.91-1
The upstream bug has been fixed, and the fix is in rawhide by now.