Kubuntu is not working with the battery in the laptop computer
vitor.s.moreira at gmail.com
Sat Mar 8 11:48:56 UTC 2014
The battery seems to be good, at least in the Windows 7 works well (windows
7 in dual boot)
CTRL+ALT+F2 goes to the command line and asks for login
CTRL+ALT+F7, or by typing the command 'startx', out
With me still does not pass the black screen when I use the battery.
The only way I found to overcome this is through the 'Plasma netbook
desktop' mode (or desktop kde plasma), but I think this is more for
computers with touch screen.
The same answer for the Billie Walsh
It's a Packard Bell (Acer Group)
Note: sorry for the possible mistakes in writing but it is the fault of the
Thank you all
2014-03-08 4:37 GMT+00:00 O. Sinclair <o.sinclair at gmail.com>:
> On 07/03/14 22:42, Vítor Moreira wrote:
>> Good afternoon,
>> I recently installed a Linux distribution 13:10 kde kubuntu on a netbook.
>> Happens that the computer not working properly when the battery is
>> placed, at the start, when the desktop should appear, the screen is all
>> black (but connected) and only the mouse cursor appears. You can not do
>> With the battery and charger simultaneously the same situation.
>> Only works correctly only with the charger without the battery.
>> Remarks: without battery performs some applications if at system
>> startup, as is the case when I have skype installed.
>> I'm Portuguese and I asked for help in this forum:
>> Best regards,
>> Vitor Moreira
>> If this is a Samsung laptop it might be a hardware/kernel issue that is
> only resolved in coming 3.15 kernel
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