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Old 07-27-2005, 04:35 PM   #1
Registered: Aug 2004
Location: BR - Floripa
Distribution: Ubuntu 9.10 - 2.6.x.x
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battery monitor long delay

I have a HP pavilion ze5400 that look do not have acpi support (realy strange for a notebook ) and I did like to make my computer sleep, or hibernate, I know about some thing that I compiled in kernel, about saving the current linux stats in a swap partition and using a special option with shutdown command...

And what about my battery status thats have a very big delay of showing the current energy status?? Like, I unplug now my notebook, the monitor shows that Im not running on AC power, but it take a very long time to change from 100%... like 20, 30 minutes sometimes, them goes to the right state... but its not to helpfull the battery monitor doing this, can anyone give me some clue?


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