[Lubuntu-qa] [13.10] Xfce4 Power Manager
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Mon Oct 28 09:04:45 UTC 2013
2013/10/28 Andre Rodovalho <andre.rodovalho at gmail.com>:
> If I close Power Manager: xfce4-power-manager -q
> And close laptop screen, same thing, entering wait mode!
> 2013/10/28 Andre Rodovalho <andre.rodovalho at gmail.com>
>> I'm using amd64, I update from 13.03, and I can tell Power Manager on my
>> laptop is not working as should too...
>> I set configuration to do nothing when laptop screen is closed, but It is
>> entering wait mode...
>> Is there something to define manualy to get this behavior?
>> 2013/10/19 Ali Linx (amjjawad) <amjjawad at gmail.com>
>>> Any good reason why Xfce 4 Power Manager is not running by default?
>>> This is new. A week ago while I was testing Lubuntu 13.10 amd64,
>>> everything was normal. It seems a last minute change.
>>> This is on both i386 and amd64.
>>> Is this a new feature? or a bug to be reported?
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Open Preferences → Default applications for LXSession.
Go to the autostart tab.
Change the option "Disable autostarted applications" from config-only to no.
Note that you need to disable "network" from Prefereces-->Desktop
Session Settings or you will have two nm-applet running at the same
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