Gnome 3 battery icon not updating

So, go build fwupd 1.0.0 in your distro development branch and report any problems.1.0.1 will follow soon with fixes I’m sure, and hopefully we can make some more vendor announcements in the near future.h=gnome-3-12&id=0b8c0c202e2aaa89d5adc7427c5e4e1e37f61371 going to need some ports from gnome-shell to work with the new upower API https://git.gnome.org/browse/gnome-shell/commit/?h=gnome-3-12&id=0b8c0c202e2aaa89d5adc7427c5e4e1e37f61371 -i /org/freedesktop/UPower/devices/battery_BAT1 native-path: BAT1 vendor: SAMSUNG Electronics power supply: yes updated: Mon CEST (9 seconds ago) has history: yes has statistics: yes battery present: yes rechargeable: yes state: discharging warning-level: none energy: 34.7578 Wh energy-empty: 0 Wh energy-full: 45.14 Wh energy-full-design: 45.14 Wh energy-rate: 10.7448 W voltage: 7.884 V time to empty: 3.2 hours percentage: 77% capacity: 100% technology: lithium-ion icon-name: 'battery-full-symbolic' History (charge): 1398108604 77.000 discharging History (rate): 1398108639 10.745 discharging 1398108604 8.799 discharging $ upower -i /org/freedesktop/UPower/devices/battery_BAT1 native-path: BAT1 vendor: SAMSUNG Electronics power supply: yes updated: Mon CEST (9 seconds ago) has history: yes has statistics: yes battery present: yes rechargeable: yes state: discharging warning-level: none energy: 34.7578 Wh energy-empty: 0 Wh energy-full: 45.14 Wh energy-full-design: 45.14 Wh energy-rate: 10.7448 W voltage: 7.884 V time to empty: 3.2 hours percentage: 77% capacity: 100% technology: lithium-ion icon-name: 'battery-full-symbolic' History (charge): 1398108604 77.000 discharging History (rate): 1398108639 10.745 discharging 1398108604 8.799 discharging $ @robin92 Try these gnome-shell power applet commits https://git.gnome.org/browse/gnome-shell/commit/?What the packages needed for the gnome properly shutdown the laptop when on low battery. I do not want large configurations, now my battery lasts around 3 hours without any effort, I just really want to shutdown on low battery. EDIT: Analyzing various forum posts, I realized that neither acpid_listen nor udevadm - monitor receiving a trigger for battery. This is a good solution and I had thought of it, what I would like to understand is that when I wore a distribution based on Debian my computer shut down properly and not now, is it any compilation flag kernel or is some function that was withdrawal, as the Arch uses more current versions of Debian, which anyway is strange, since newer versions should be more functional.I've read the wiki and set up a rule in udev, but it did not work, it seems, there is a trigger for the event. For this reason I asked about the packages, as did a clean install might not have installed something necessary. /usr/bin/bash BATTERY_CAPACITY=$(cat /sys/class/power_supply/BAT0/capacity) BATTERY_STATUS=$(cat /sys/class/power_supply/BAT0/status) SHUTDOWN_WITH=3 NOTIFY_TITLE="Bateria Fraca" NOTIFY_ICON=battery_empty NOTIFY_MESSAGE="Seu computador será desligado em 1 minuto." WM=gnome-shell WMPID=$(pidof $) WMUSER=$(ps -e -o user,comm | grep $ | cut -f1 -d " ") DBUS=$(egrep -z ' DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS|DISPLAY' /proc/$/environ | sed -r -e 's/(.)DBUS_/

So, go build fwupd 1.0.0 in your distro development branch and report any problems.1.0.1 will follow soon with fixes I’m sure, and hopefully we can make some more vendor announcements in the near future.h=gnome-3-12&id=0b8c0c202e2aaa89d5adc7427c5e4e1e37f61371 going to need some ports from gnome-shell to work with the new upower API https://git.gnome.org/browse/gnome-shell/commit/?h=gnome-3-12&id=0b8c0c202e2aaa89d5adc7427c5e4e1e37f61371 -i /org/freedesktop/UPower/devices/battery_BAT1 native-path: BAT1 vendor: SAMSUNG Electronics power supply: yes updated: Mon CEST (9 seconds ago) has history: yes has statistics: yes battery present: yes rechargeable: yes state: discharging warning-level: none energy: 34.7578 Wh energy-empty: 0 Wh energy-full: 45.14 Wh energy-full-design: 45.14 Wh energy-rate: 10.7448 W voltage: 7.884 V time to empty: 3.2 hours percentage: 77% capacity: 100% technology: lithium-ion icon-name: 'battery-full-symbolic' History (charge): 1398108604 77.000 discharging History (rate): 1398108639 10.745 discharging 1398108604 8.799 discharging $ upower -i /org/freedesktop/UPower/devices/battery_BAT1 native-path: BAT1 vendor: SAMSUNG Electronics power supply: yes updated: Mon CEST (9 seconds ago) has history: yes has statistics: yes battery present: yes rechargeable: yes state: discharging warning-level: none energy: 34.7578 Wh energy-empty: 0 Wh energy-full: 45.14 Wh energy-full-design: 45.14 Wh energy-rate: 10.7448 W voltage: 7.884 V time to empty: 3.2 hours percentage: 77% capacity: 100% technology: lithium-ion icon-name: 'battery-full-symbolic' History (charge): 1398108604 77.000 discharging History (rate): 1398108639 10.745 discharging 1398108604 8.799 discharging $ @robin92 Try these gnome-shell power applet commits https://git.gnome.org/browse/gnome-shell/commit/?What the packages needed for the gnome properly shutdown the laptop when on low battery. I do not want large configurations, now my battery lasts around 3 hours without any effort, I just really want to shutdown on low battery. EDIT: Analyzing various forum posts, I realized that neither acpid_listen nor udevadm - monitor receiving a trigger for battery. This is a good solution and I had thought of it, what I would like to understand is that when I wore a distribution based on Debian my computer shut down properly and not now, is it any compilation flag kernel or is some function that was withdrawal, as the Arch uses more current versions of Debian, which anyway is strange, since newer versions should be more functional.I've read the wiki and set up a rule in udev, but it did not work, it seems, there is a trigger for the event. For this reason I asked about the packages, as did a clean install might not have installed something necessary. /usr/bin/bash BATTERY_CAPACITY=$(cat /sys/class/power_supply/BAT0/capacity) BATTERY_STATUS=$(cat /sys/class/power_supply/BAT0/status) SHUTDOWN_WITH=3 NOTIFY_TITLE="Bateria Fraca" NOTIFY_ICON=battery_empty NOTIFY_MESSAGE="Seu computador será desligado em 1 minuto." WM=gnome-shell WMPID=$(pidof $) WMUSER=$(ps -e -o user,comm | grep $ | cut -f1 -d " ") DBUS=$(egrep -z ' DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS|DISPLAY' /proc/$/environ | sed -r -e 's/(.)DBUS_/\1 DBUS_/' -e 's/(.)DISPLAY/\1 DISPLAY/') if $BATTERY_STATUS = "Discharging" ; then systemctl poweroff fi fi Does that work?Red Hat have given me the time and resources that I need to build something as complicated and political as shared infrastructure like this.

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So, go build fwupd 1.0.0 in your distro development branch and report any problems.

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It is therefore up to the package maintainers of a given distro to make sure that Cinnamon works correctly with the package versions they use, and patch it if it doesn't.after upgrade to cinnamon 2.2.3 power applet disappear.but after suspend (whitch is not working after lid close) there shows up icon..after another suspend there are now two icons in power applet.... (now I have 4) in d-feet program I can get informations about batery state from org.freedesktop. Settings Deamon org/cinnamon/Settings Deamon/power - pacman -Q | grep "cinnamon" cinnamon 2.2.3-3 cinnamon-control-center 2.2.3-2 cinnamon-desktop 2.2.0-1 cinnamon-menus 2.2.0-1 cinnamon-screensaver 2.2.0-2 cinnamon-session 2.2.0-2 cinnamon-settings-daemon 2.2.1-2 cinnamon-translations 2.2.0-1 pacman -Q | grep "cinnamon" cinnamon 2.2.3-3 cinnamon-control-center 2.2.3-2 cinnamon-desktop 2.2.0-1 cinnamon-menus 2.2.0-1 cinnamon-screensaver 2.2.0-2 cinnamon-session 2.2.0-2 cinnamon-settings-daemon 2.2.1-2 cinnamon-translations 2.2.0-1 It's going to need some ports from gnome-shell to work with the new upower API https://git.gnome.org/browse/gnome-shell/commit/?Since we started this project there are now at least 600,000 items of hardware with new firmware.Many people have updated firmware, fixing bugs and solving security issues without having to understand all the horrible details [email protected] The Cinnamon team's policy is to focus on supported versions of Linux Mint, and while they welcome other distros to make use of Cinnamon, they will not make a change that will break Cinnamon for supported versions of Linux Mint, just so that it can work on other distros, which use different package [email protected] I'm working on resolving the issue (by implementing my own applet based on the stock one) and managed to display an icon but since it's my first time developing for Cinnamon I have some serious issues, for instance, when accessing object returned by @leigh123linux I'm working on resolving the issue (by implementing my own applet based on the stock one) and managed to display an icon but since it's my first time developing for Cinnamon I have some serious issues, for instance, when accessing object returned by . I would be honoured if you decided to merge my code to upstream when you will be ready. EDIT: Should I send a pull request so that you can merge this applet (not overriding current - as a new one)? I would be honoured if you decided to merge my code to upstream when you will be ready. EDIT: Should I send a pull request so that you can merge this applet (not overriding current - as a new one)?Lots of vendors are now either using the LVFS to distribute firmware, or are testing with one or two devices in secret. ) different ways of applying firmware already, vendors are slowly either switching to a more standard mechanism for new products (Update Capsule/DFU/Redfish) or building custom plugins for fwupd to update existing hardware.Every month 165,000 devices get updated using fwupd using the firmware on the LVFS; possibly more as people using corporate mirrors and caching servers don’t show up in the stats.Hi, I'm new to debian, I'm using Gnome Version 3.4.2. Caveat, this is just stuff you can do if no one share "oh that is this: info I performed a web search on "gnome battery icon behaviour" and that turned up a bit of stuff. First, looked up into synaptics for "tosh"Then I've installed the next packages: -toshset -fnfxd:i386 (althougth I have amd64) -acpitool-dbg I don't know which one of the above packages fix the problem, but it's a much better option that recompile the kernel, as I've seen in some forums. Have you stressed it and see if it pops up when it gets low?

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