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grooviegooly 12-06-2010 12:26 PM

no gui-desktop, error:gnome-power-management not installed correctly
 
Hey all, i booted my system as normal but as the login should happen my screen goes black for a few seconds and afterwards i return unlogged to the login-screen with the additional error message, containing:
"Installation problem. the standard configuration for the gnome-power-management isnt installed correctly. Please refer to your system administrator."(error message may defer a bit cause i translated, but i do not think there is a lot to do worth :))

tried the following:
alt+ctrl+f1 and logged in
sudo apt-get purge gnome-power-management gnome-applets
sudo apt-get install gnome-power-management gnome-applets gnome-session ubuntu-desktop

sadly i got no visual changes :(
any hints are welcome and thanks in advance. hope u have a good idea, im really rid of it

andrewthomas 12-06-2010 02:30 PM

The name of the package is gnome-power-manager.

http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?ke...-power-manager

grooviegooly 12-06-2010 03:35 PM

found and loaded the file. forgot to say: i am on ubuntu 10.4(lucid lynx). thx. going to try out, will give feedback.

grooviegooly 12-08-2010 09:58 AM

tried a few minutes ago. sorry for waiting but in the moment i am totaly overwhelmed with my stuff at home.
sadly it doesnt work. installed the file through console with:
sudo dpkg -i gnome-power-manager-....i386.deb
install seems to run good but i still get the same error message, popping up in the upper right corner when the login-screen appears :(
any further ideas are welcome :)

sorry for double post but i believe an edit wont show up this thread with new content in it


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