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Month: April 2014

Re: [trinity-users] KPowerSave doesn't indicate battery level

From: "Dr. Nikolaus Klepp" <office@...>
Date: Tue, 1 Apr 2014 11:38:39 +0200
That definitly was me :-)

I "solved" it by reinstalling that thinkpad - kind of. In hindsight I am quite sure that I have to blame NVIDIA for that problem - not the first time :-(

I used an image for (re)installing that notbook. Well, that the image was taken from a thinkpad with NVIDIA GPU, but that notebook had an ATI. No big deal (usually). I removed all nvidia stuff and the notebook worked. But kpowersave did not. 


Am Dienstag, 1. April 2014 schrieb Jan Stolarek:
> Sorry, the way I phrased c) makes it very hard to understand. Here's another attempt:
> c) after going into KPowerSave settings and selecting a power scheme on the first tab "display 
> brightness" and "CPU speed" are greyed out and marked as "not supported"
> To make things even more mysterious HAL is marked as "enabled". I also looked 
> at /etc/dbus-1/system.d/hal.conf and I don't see anything suspicious there (though I'm not an 
> expert on DBus and HAL).
> I also found a thread from 2012 where someone reported identical problem: 
> That problem was not solved back then. Perhaps 
> today someone can offer a solution. 
> Janek
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