Description of problem:
When battery level gets low on IBM ThinkPad T43 booting from LiveCD, system perform:
1.There is no warning on in the system tray when battery in low level, but sound warn rings
2.gnome-power-manager show battery 0.0%, however, the system do not suspent or shutdown.System hang up and the shell print message "think_pad_acpi: EMERGENCY WAKEUP: battery almost empty"
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
system print warning message on desktop when battery level gets low.When the level become lower,system suspend or shutdown.
(In reply to comment #0)
> Description of problem:
> When battery level gets low on IBM ThinkPad T43 booting from LiveCD, system
> 1.There is no warning on in the system tray when battery in low level, but
> sound warn rings
> 2.gnome-power-manager show battery 0.0%, however, the system do not suspent or
> shutdown.System hang up and the shell print message "think_pad_acpi: EMERGENCY
> WAKEUP: battery almost empty"
> Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
> How reproducible:
> Steps to Reproduce:
> Expected results:
> system print warning message on desktop when battery level gets low.When the
> level become lower,system suspend or shutdown.
> Additional info:
What version DeviceKit-power? What version gnome-power-manager? You've given me practically no information.
It was using desktop-i386-20090811.17.iso LiveCD if that help.
Would you mind booting that LiveCD again to check the versions of the above software mentioned?
Yes,LiveCD is desktop-i386-20090811.17.iso and other components version are
Steps to reproduce:
1. unplugged T43
2. Lets the battery run low
3. Watch how the system reacts
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