Weird downstream Power Manager changes?

Sebastian Breier Sebastian.Breier at
Tue Jun 3 14:54:38 UTC 2008

Am Dienstag, den 03.06.2008, 16:33 +0200 schrieb Oliver Grawert:
> hi,
> Am Dienstag, den 03.06.2008, 07:21 -0700 schrieb Dylan McCall:
> > Power Management Preferences has been needlessly crippled. The sliders
> > to control when the computer sleeps and when the display sleeps all have
> > a lower limit of "21 minutes".
> do you have gnome-screensaver installed ? thats no "downstream patching"
> thats the default behavior if gnome-screenasver has a 20min limit set we
> never touched that area of either gss or gpm.

I would think that's the cause of the problem, because my lowest limit
is 11 minutes, which is one minute higher than my 10 minutes of gss.

I agree the limit is confusing, even if there is a rational explanation
behind it (that no regular user could grasp). :-)
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