Fedora Installation :: No Power Management After Upgrade?

May 28, 2011

I just did an upgrade from F13 to F14.[*] Now, power management (in Gnome) does not work any more. For example, when pressing the power button, there is just a 'Cancel' button (no button for shut down, suspend, hibernate), in Gnome menu there is no possibility to shut down, and in 'gnome-power-preferences' most options do not work at all. For example, there is no other option than 'Blank screen' for 'When laptop lid is closed' action. When starting 'gnome-power-preferences' with '--verbose' parameter, I get following error messages:

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Cannot add option, as cannot suspend.
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Fedora :: Power Management Applet Goes Maverick?

Dec 19, 2009

it doesn't do anything critically wrong.it shuts down, starts up, suspends, restarts, etc, rather well.only thing is that, altho' I set the settings to never hibernate and to never put the display to sleep, it does. I't's annoying, since I can't whatch a movie in peace, for instance.

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Jun 4, 2011

I've just [up?]graded from F14 (Fedora 14) to F15 - actually a fresh install, - but now I don't know how to set Power Management in F15.

Are there any F15 users out there that use Power Management?

I'd like my laptop to run when the lid is closed instead of going to sleep and stop the hard drive from spinning down, because it's got hardware encryption on it and it doesn't like to sleep and then be woken up. In fact, I'd like to completely avoid any kind of sleep.

It looks like Fedora 15 is quite fancy but missing a lot of basic features that even Fedora 14 and earlier had (unless I'm somehow unable to find these features in an obvious place). If I can't figure out how to do power management I'll have to upgrade back to F14.

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Jun 15, 2009

I just upgraded from FC10 to FC11 (32-bit) on an old Dell laptop. I set my power management settings (in Gnome) to turn the monitor off after some idle period but always leave the computer running and the hard drives powered. I also set my screen saver to a blank screen. I noticed that the screen saver does come on (turning the screen black), but the monitor back lighting never goes off. I tried different idle times for the power management settings (I usually set it to 1 min, but some other posts implied that 11 mins might work). I should also mention that this is after I've logged into a user account, not sitting at the login screen.

I didn't have this problem in FC10 (the monitor would actually turn off) so I figured it was a bug in FC11, but I can't seem to find a thread addressing this issue. I've found some what similar threads, but none mentioning this particular problem.

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Dec 22, 2010

I have searched for a solution to this issue (it's difficult to come up with a minimum number of search terms) and have found at least one person reporting it, but the solution is "check the xorg logfile" - which is entirely too vague, since I don't know what I'm looking for in the file. Here's the issue: The screensaver and/or power management appears to initiate a logout when I try to awaken the computer, whether the screensaver is still functioning or the screen has been turned off. Wither way, I jiggle the mouse, and it appears there is a crash (black screen with spinning mouse circle) resulting in a new login screen, which is entirely disruptive if I have software running, such as recording an audio stream with Audacity.

I'm using KDE with an OpenGL screensaver (antinspect) set to engage after 10 minutes. As for power settings, I am "letting powerdevil manage screen power saving." On the screen tab I have checked "Dim display when idle for more than [10] minutes." I have enabled display power management - standby after 20 minutes and power off after 30 minutes. (There are way too many options under KDE now, and I don't find an explanation of what the various "Profile Management" options do and what the tabs for "Actions" and "CPU and System" do differently from the "Screen" tab. I have an ATI 4650 video adapter. I'm not using a proprietary driver, since I've not been able to determine that there is one that will work with Fedora 14 (or any other Fedora, for that matter). The machine is a recent AMD (dual core 6000+) with 4Gb of memory.

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Jun 1, 2011

I'm trying to enable power management on my ATI Radeon HD 3650 video card (GPU: ATI RV635; see my Smolt profile). I'm using the open-source radeon driver (xorg-x11-drv-ati-6.14.1-1.20110504gita6d2dba6.fc15).I've followed the instructions found on the Arch Linux Wiki.In order to verify if power management really works, I've tried to enable the "low" power profile through these commands:

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echo profile > /sys/class/drm/card0/device/power_method
echo low > /sys/class/drm/card0/device/power_profile

I've also added the above-mentioned commands to /etc/rc.local to have them executed at startup.Although this page on the X.Org Wiki says that power management on my video card is supported by the radeon driver, GPU clock frequency doesn't seem to decrease: cat /sys/kernel/debug/dri/0/radeon_pm_info reports

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$ cat /sys/kernel/debug/dri/0/radeon_pm_info
default engine clock: 725000 kHz
current engine clock: 722250 kHz
default memory clock: 500000 kHz

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Also, enabling dynamic frequency switching through

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echo dynpm > /sys/class/drm/card0/device/power_method

seems to have no effect. how to actually enable power management on my GPU?

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Jun 1, 2011

I can't find any proper power management options on Fedora 15, only really basic simple options under the Advanced tab of the Screensaver.Where can I change the Power Management settings in F15?I'd like to set it so that

- screen powers down on closing the lid only, else never powers down / or after a certain time.
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- screen dims on battery after some time, but no on AC.
- hard drive never powers down.

I previously used Fedora 14 and earlier version on my laptops, and could easily set these power management either through the Screensaver, or directly from another menu.Also, I enabled the "Blank Screen Only" mode in the Screensaver, and disabled the "Lock Screen After", but it still asks for a password after some time. How can I stop that?

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Sep 1, 2011

Here's the error I get:
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Jun 2, 2011

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Jul 12, 2011

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Nov 17, 2010

I have an odd problem since preupgrading from Fedora 12 to Fedora 14.

My power management settings are set to never put the monitor to sleep, yet after a certain amount of time, lo and behold, the Fedora box has gone blank and I have to enter my user information and password to get back to my gnome session.

In the power management preferences I have "never" selected for both putting the computer or display to sleep.

In the screensaver preferences "Lock Screen After" is *not* checked. (And if I click "advanced" I also note that "Power Management Enabled" is also *not* checked).

I'd just as soon not have to "log on" to this machine every time I'm away from it for a while.

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Mar 21, 2010

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1. after some amount of system idle time (it is about 5 - 10 minutes) Beagle starts consuming vast wodges of CPU time. I have dual core AMD 5200; both CPUs run up to about 70% usage until I do anything, like move the mouse. Then the usage drops back to the usual 5 - 10%.
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Sep 29, 2010

I've attached a UPS to my server through USB. and sure enough up came a tab in Power Management Preferences for the UPS -- great.

There are power low options as follows:

"When UPS power is low"
"When UPS power is critically low"

The UPS sends a message to the computer when a threshold you set in the UPS is reached, in my case 25% of battery left.

The obvious guess is that this warning from the UPS is the "When UPS power is low" however, I don't know. It's just a guess.

Looking further at the data I can get from the UPS the battery data is as follows:

battery.charge: 100
battery.charge.low: 25
battery.charge.warning: 50
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However, again, that's just a guess from what would make sense.

So my first question is, is there a way to know this information, and is there a place were these critical points are set, or are they all from the UPS. I'm guess there are some settings somewhere because not all UPSs are going to be able to supply this information. Some may only supply a battery level or some just a warning message so there must be some configuration for this somewhere.

My 2nd question is a probably a little harder to know the answer to. After getting this to work I wanted the added functionality of nut so I installed it and got it working and it uses the On UPS Power panel as far as I can tell.

Through all the nut documentation it talks about powering down on once the battery level reaches the critical point (I assume that is "When UPS power is critically low"). I don't see anywhere however where it mentions handling "When UPS power is low" so now the question comes up, will it have any effect at all with nut installed, i.e. what will happen?

Of course I can just "pull the plug" and start finding this stuff out but Linux is all about having the information and "knowing" (assuming all works as it should) I am asking to find out where this information would be -- and become smarter for it

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May 15, 2010

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Sep 22, 2010

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I prefer to have the CPU running at maximum speed when running on A/C. In Maverick, however, I have had to resort to installing cpufreq-utils, and setting the CPU cores to 'performance' from the command line.

I like this laptop a lot, but even many simple games run sluggishly if the CPU cores are not set to run at max GHz. (As a matter of fact, this machine is much more sluggish even with CPU cores running at maximum in 10.10 than was the case in 10.04.)

I wonder why such an important option would have been removed from the power management settings?

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linux 2.6.32-27-generic
i5 460m CPU
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Code:
<item label="suspend">
<action name="Execute">

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Apr 17, 2010

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