Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 219073
HAL badly evaluate battery status
Last modified: 2013-03-05 22:48:25 EST
Description of problem:
HAL 0.5.8.1-5.fc6 badly evaluate the battery status in Acer Aspire 3003LMi.
In the newer it was fixed, I've heard.
(ACPID info about battery is correct)
You can see how gnome-power-manager, which has an info from hal, works here:
I've explored the problem a bit and found that it's a problem with a low voltage
(1 mV when bettery is used, 2 mV when charged), which is reported by battery.
It looks like HAL uses this voltage to count battery.charge_level.current.
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It was fixed in the next release of Fedora.
(In reply to comment #3)
> It was fixed in the next release of Fedora.
Thank you for reporting that. I'm closing this issue as RESOLVED.