Hey all,Recently I've had this little launcher-like icon beside my power manager icon in xfce4. I can't seem to get rid of it...and when you right-click on it, it's the exact same thing as the xfce4-power-manager icon. If I try to click the "quit" option, it closes itself and the xfce4-power-manager. It's like a double-icon for xfce4-power-manager th
I have installed xfce4-power-manager when I was setting up my minimal Ubuntu install and I configured everything at that time. Since then (couple of weeks ago) I never launched it again. When I just closed my laptop and opened it again, I noticed it didn't went into hibernation - which I had setup in xfce4-power-manager.
I found that if xfce4-power-manager would not work if it is started with /usr/bin/xfce4-power-manager, the process is there but no power icon would be shown, the Power Manager in Settings would not work either. However if I start xfce4-power-manager with --no-daemon option, everything would come back to normal. Is there anyone else facing the same problem?
Whenever I try and suspend my PC, reboot, or shut it down, a notification pops up, "Power Manager Not Authorized."I think this is because I an using .xinitrc rather than SLIM.What should I do to fix this? Thanks
Hello everybody! I've been gone for a while and in the meantime I've been messing around with arch and some other distros. I've also bought a new laptop after my hp pavilion dv4's screen failed me.Now I have a dell latitude e5420 2gigs ram (need to fix that) i3 cpu and 300 gig hd.I have installed the newest version of #!
The screen on my laptop is going to sleep after 10 minutes on ac. Adjusting using the Power Management settings from the menu doesn't have any effect. The box for "Monitor power management control" is checked.The xfce4-power-management.xml file is as follows:<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><channel name="xfce4-power-manager" v