Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 489133
Power management preferences
Last modified: 2009-08-20 07:42:21 EDT
Make the settings in power management preferences to be changed for the entire system, not just for the user. For example, I want to alway keep my laptop display brightness at the lowest level but when I log off, at the login screen the display brightness is at 100 percent. Example 2: If I create a new account, the display brightness for it will be 100% initially.
How can I make the display brightness to be at lowest level when I am logged off or in other words at the login screen? How can I make this change for all users without having to go log in to every single account?
I found it "make default" does this.
Add a description in the box that tells the user what "Make Default" stands for and what it does.
powertop has nothing to do with power management preferences. Please start filing such bugs against gnome-power-manager
(In reply to comment #1)
> Add a description in the box that tells the user what "Make Default" stands for
> and what it does.
Patches welcome. Please file this upstream on the bugzilla.gnome.org component.