Description of problem:
Cannot access a detailed information window about the laptop battery.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Click on the gnome-power-manager icon in the system tray
2. Click on 'Laptop battery'
Nothing comes up
A window comes up that shows detailed information about the laptop battery
This worked previously in Fedora 12.
I have a similar issue after upgrading from F11.
Clicking 'Laptop battery' does nothing, but i don't even get the menuitems for
Suspending/Hibernating. I don't know if that's a separate issue.
Confirming this behaviour on
[Ankur@localhost ~]$ rpm -q gnome-power-manager
Right click on applet > laptop battery gives nothing.
Created attachment 438840 [details]
sh gnome-power-bugreport.sh > pm-bug
It is necessary to install the gnome-power-manager-extra package to get information about the laptop battery.
why is this not installed by default? a simpler view of this info used to be provided by it seems to have gone away.
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