On Sun, May 11, 2014 at 04:31:10PM +0200, Raphael Groner wrote:
since xfce4-power-manager seems to need some love from upstream
some months, the xfce maintainers in Fedora as well, and it seems to
lack a persistent maintainer, I suggest to replace it in favor of
yacpi, at least on the xfce spin media. Though, it's based on ncrus
What do you think?
1st: the last yacpi release was 7 years ago
2nd: the it doesn't manage anything - it just displays the current acpi
cpu state and battery capacity. I don't use XFCE but judging from the
name I'd guess that xfce4-power-manager does more than that.
So I guess that the replacement is a bad idea.
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