That’s why I love Ubuntu
Actually I don’t know in which version this bug has started, but “gnome-power-manager” just indicates that my laptop battery is charging even though I unplug the AC power supply.
Since I upgraded to the new version, the problem is even worst, since now when I unplug the AC power supply a message pops up saying that I have less than 1% battery power and Ubuntu just shuts down.
Actually if you have this same problem, you can go to “gconf-editor” and where it says “/apps/gnome-power-manager/actions/critical_battery”, set it to “nothing”
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