GNOME Power Manager 2.16.3
Posted on: 01/30/2007 02:17 PM

GNOME Power Manager is a session daemon that makes it easy to manage the power on your laptop or desktop system.

This stable release contains fixes since 2.16.2 was released. Distributions should consider upgrading gnome-power-manager via errata packages if possible.

Version 2.16.3

Released January 29, 2007


- Don't localise the power string as this is used internally for icon name.
Fixes display of UPS on info pane. (Pascal Terjan)
- Rename the duplicated keyboard more string so we don't get a crash with
a wireless keyboard on the info screen.
- Don't crash if HAL tells us that a button was pressed but then cannot tell
which one it was. (Pascal Terjan)
- Fix a race where percentage_charge can be momentarily zero at startup.
This fixes an incorrect 'fully charged' notification on startup.


- Mathieu Gaspard (fr)
- Raphael Higino (pt_BR)
- Djihed Afifi (ar)
- Ilkka Tuohela (fi)
- Matic Zgur (sl)
- Artur Flinta (pl)
- Ivar Smolin (et)

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