fedora power management not working in f13

Aaron Konstam akonstam at sbcglobal.net
Thu Jul 29 14:33:51 UTC 2010


On Thu, 2010-07-29 at 19:28 +0800, Ed Greshko wrote:
> On 07/29/2010 07:16 PM, Tim wrote:
> > While I think it's fair to ask that Fedora 13 (and its apps) can read
> > the configuration left behind by Fedora 12, and update it where needed.
> > You can't really expect Fedora 12 (when someone is dual-booting) to be
> > able to handle Fedora 13 configurations.
> >
> > The prior messages certainly suggest that they're dual-booting, between
> > releases, and not just updating.
> >
> > For cases like that, I'd second the motion that you keep separate
> > homespaces, so the two release's configuration are independent.  Keep
> > your own files in just one place, and provide a link to that directory,
> > or directories, in the second.
> 
> While I do agree with what you've said....  The one thing that hasn't
> been determined is if indeed the issue is the differences in settings
> between F12 and F13 and jumping between the 2 versions.  The OP "thinks"
> it was working before the last update. 
> 
> I suppose the first thing I would do is to create a new user on F13 and
> test under a clean F13 environment.  I feel to do otherwise is jumping
> to conclusions.
> 

It is generally true that different verions of Fedoraq have different
versions of the configuration files. If not developers would be somewhat
limited in what they can do. I would doubt that two versions of Fedora
would have exactly the sam configuration files.
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Aaron Konstam <akonstam at sbcglobal.net>



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