Is there a conflict with Xfce's Per Manager plugin and APCUPSD?
ToddAndMargo at zoho.com
Fri Jul 22 23:42:31 CEST 2016
> On 2016-07-22 07:35, ToddAndMargo wrote:
>> between apcupsd and Xfce's Power Manager plugin?
>> Many thanks,
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On 07/22/2016 12:21 AM, fortuna at c4k3.space wrote:
> Hello T,
> I'm just on this mailing list for a few days,
Remember to bottom post. This is a technical discussion.
You get use to it and come to like it.
> but I guess you'll need to supply some extra additional info.
> (I did supply quiet some info, but didn't receive any reply).
> It doesn't seem like a vivid mailinglist.
> I have no UPS to test things, but if you explain the problem a bit
> more detailed, maybe I might give you somme clue.
> (another perspective sometimes leads to a solution)
> BTW, my problem might have something to do with the power management
> to. In short: If I for example power off my monitor and power it back
> on, it goes into power-saving-mode (and stays there until reboot). (It
> goes out when I enter CTRL+ALT+F2 and back to power saving when I go
> back to X; does not happen in gnome or mate)
The question is about Xfce's Power Manager plugin conflicting with
power management daemon "apcupsd". Should the plugin
be disabled? Or can the two co-exist?
Computers are like air conditioners.
They malfunction when you open windows
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