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I have an Acer Travelmate laptop running Xandros 3 Deluxe edition. Sadly, the battery meter doesn't work at all. The Power Management modules in the Control Center says that ACPI ...
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- 09-24-2005 #1
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- Aug 2005
Battery meter not working
Now, what do I do next? I have downloaded the latest kernel from www.kernel.org ( I have never upgraded the kernel)
PS: The battery meter works fine with Windows. What's wrong in Linux?
- 09-24-2005 #2
From memory this is the standard failure error in the acpi. You need to make a few scripts and files writeable by everyone, I think under /proc/acpi. There should be a helper application under the acpi configuration, it will ask for the root password and then make the necessary changes. Is it the Klaptop tool you're using? I think it used to be called Kacpi or something.