GNOME Power Manager 2.14.2

GNOME Power Manager is a session daemon for the GNOME desktop
environment that makes it easy to manage the power on your laptop or
desktop system.

This is a bug-fix release for the stable 2-14 branch.

Distributions should also consider applying the patch from CVS HAL to
rescan button values on resume (and thaw) to fix a logic error where
gnome-power-manager could automatically suspend in the wrong
circumstances, specifically when removing the ac adapter.

Please see for more details.

The tarball can be found as usual at

Version 2.14.2

Released April 24, 2006

Power Manager

- Fix an operator precedence problem where the logic was all messed up.
This was triggering the not-on-ac lid-closed behavior and causing
seemingly random suspends. (Koichi Takahashi)
- Respond correctly to systray crashing by reloading the icon to the
tray when destroyed. (Rodrigo Moya)
- Only re-enable the fully charged notification when the battery drops
down to 95% as some batteries charge to 100% and then fluctuate from
~98% to 100%. #338281


- Wouter Bolsterlee (Netherlands)
- Nikos Charonitakis (Greek)
- Hendrik Richter (German)

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