Created attachment 529687 [details]
red circled area shows the error
Description of problem:When battery power is 100%, unplug it. In this condition when battery is discharging we expect OS will calculate correct time and run. But always it is giving an warning it is going to hibernate mode I have to restart my laptop again. In sort, OS cannot calculate proper battery back up time and going to hibernate mode. After restarting it it is running fair.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): Fedora 15
How reproducible: make battery charge 100%
2) Unplug charger
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Make 100% charge
Unwanted hibernate mode
Expected results: Should give full battery backup
Additional info: Bad bug in power management code, need to be checked.
I'm having the same issue, or at the very least an almost identical problem.
When the battery reaches 100% it then reports 0% (even while on AC). Once disconnected it takes a few seconds to display the actual battery life, but it's already too late as it will hibernate either way a moment later.
What's really annoying about this issue is that there's now way of telling gnome not to hibernate or power off the machine.
Created attachment 570440 [details]
battery when at 100% on AC
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