Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 509988
gnome-power-manager is confused by battery events when plugged in
Last modified: 2010-06-28 09:30:23 EDT
Description of problem:
Even when a notebook is plugged in gpm tries to act on battery events.
e.g. notebook has run out of power completely over the night. In the morning the machine is plugged into the power socket and started.
At the gdm screen a notification bubble pops up informing the user that the battery is nearly empty and the computer will shut down now.
Similar problems do happen later during the charging process, e.g. telling the user that the battery power is getting low...
This problem has been experienced on three different notebooks, a hp nx5000, a Lenovo S10e and a Dell E4200 which makes me believe that it is not a hardware related problem...
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Wait until Battery is drained and system powers off
2. Plug in power
3. Start the system
4. Wait for gdm to power down the system due to low battery
6. Don't profit!
Have you tried:
I can confirm that this still happens with the above packages.
Does installing the latest gnome-power-manager and DeviceKit-power packages in updates-testing (and then rebooting...) fix the problem?
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