Re: How to be notified if the battery of my notebook is low?

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On Wed, 2011-02-09 at 15:24 +0100, Dario Lesca wrote:
> Il giorno mer, 09/02/2011 alle 11.59 +0000, JB ha scritto:
> > You need some utility that will do that.
> > $ yum search battery
> > $ yum info <package>
> > from there go to project's web site.
> Thank for reply, but I'm looking for how to tell to GNOME to notify me
> when the battery is low with a pop up message (ad, if possible,
> broadcast a "wall" message to the all remote user)
> None of the application show by "yum search battery" do that: this is a
> job for GNOME Desktop.
> I remember witch a older version of Fedora (1 or 2), this "feature"
> worked out of the box...
> ... But I wonder:
>       * this need is not common to all GNOME desktop users?
>       * nobody needs to be notified when the battery is low, without
>         install third-party software ?
>       * Other people how they solved this?
> Many thanks
> -- 
> Dario Lesca <[email protected]>

I don't usually run my laptop until the battery gives out but I would
swear that I am notified when the battery is low. No wall command is
issued though. This happens without any special configuration on my
QOTD: "Oh, no, no... I'm not beautiful. Just very, very pretty."
Aaron Konstam telephone: (210) 656-0355 e-mail: [email protected]

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