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    Battery


    How do i find out my battery charge and time left etc?
    Thanks

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    An easy way is to issue command
    Code:
    acpi -V
    from a shell, however, there are several of "monitor applets" that you should be able to startup within your X window as well.
    If youre in KDE, just right-click on your applet bar and choose appropriate monitor applet, if you don't find any good ones, check your installation and add applets for your usage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swemic
    An easy way is to issue command
    Code:
    acpi -V
    from a shell, however, there are several of "monitor applets" that you should be able to startup within your X window as well.
    If youre in KDE, just right-click on your applet bar and choose appropriate monitor applet, if you don't find any good ones, check your installation and add applets for your usage.
    what about in Gnome?

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