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Old 11-15-2005, 06:19 AM   #1
Jup
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Question battery meter not working - GNOME Power Manager 0.2.8.1


Does anybody know why on my Thinkpad 390x the battery meter doesn't work?
First I was using the normal power manager, but even with GNOME Power Manager 0.2.8.1 it doesn't work.
When I plug in or out the power, the meter is updated, but only then: e.g. while charging, there is no update of the meter; also while running on battery, the percentage remains constant (on the meter only unfortunately, no perpetuum mobile dicovered here...).
Any help anybody? Thanks!
Jurgen.
(running FC4)
 
  


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