Mostly all in the summary :). If I disconnect the battery from my Vaio P (while it's plugged into the mains, obviously), g-p-m crashes a couple of seconds later. I'll attach bug-buddy's saved trace, and the console output from reproducing the issue with g-p-m running in a console.
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console output from g-p-m when the crash happens
I disconnect the battery somewhere between 15:25:46 and 15:26:08. As the logs suggest, g-p-m doesn't crash the instant the battery is removed; it gets as far as removing the icon from the panel (as no battery is present any more), then crashes a bit later.
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bug-buddy's log from the crash
I have the same problem with my Dell Latitude D630 which has 2 batteries. It crashes when I remove one of the batteries. It also looks the same issue as RHBZ 513014
*** Bug 522812 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
It no longer crashes on battery removal for me. Although it has other issues which I'll report separately.
I see this problem on the HP 6910p.
still happens on my P with latest F11 packages.
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