I am experiencing some issues with my brand new battery (7 days old) in a Toshiba Satellite Z830-10J running Ubuntu 14.04:
When I charged it the first time, it went up to 95% of the designed full energy. But whenever I run on battery the first few days, after some time (say 1.5 - 2h), the battery percentage dropped drastically (e.g., from 40% to 2% or similar behaviour).
I have a Toshiba Satellite L645D running Ubuntu 12.10 and it seems like Ubuntu like some other distros (Nadia, Debian) won't recognize my battery and I don't know the reason for that, it won't show the level of charge and if I have my laptop plugged in with the AC adapter, I have tried this "Settings > Power - Show battery status in the menu bar" as Always but it won't show me the level of charge
Sorry for my English. I don't know how to explain it As you see the screenshot, I clicked on the left icon next to the battery icon, a red symbol in the black background. It shows a context menu same as the main battery icon does (power management options ie hibernate, suspend, preferences etc).I tried to right click on it and clicked 'Quite'.
I'm using latest XWLPX firmware and it have been working fine and now suddenly the battery icon keeps flashing, I can't see any battery stats, the battery percentage dont go down and when I reboot my phone it drops from 80% to less than 20%.
Hi there everyone!Waldorf install with latest dist-upgrade.I went to disable the clipboard manager and tint2 config and it doesn't seem to reside there any longer. Shutting it down via click/quit seems to only get rid of it for the current session.
Hi there,now that I have finally installed #! on my laptop, after some problems with what I assume was a faulty CD, there is one little problem with this otherwise awesome distribution: The battery tray icon moves to the left, stepwise, until it disappears. Also it takes everything in its way with it, so all icons in the panel eventually vanish.
So I can't seem to figure why, but I no longer have my battery icon in my status bar. I know I disabled it once in favor for the Circle Battery using G3 TweaksBox, but I was trying to go back to the stock icon and I noticed that the "Hide Battery Icon" setting in TweaksBox is already unchecked, even though I can't see the icon.