Edit Package gnome-power-manager

Power Management for GNOME

GNOME Power Manager is a session daemon that takes care of power
management.

GNOME Power Manager uses information provided by HAL to display icons
and handle system and user actions in a GNOME session. Authorized users
can set policy and change preferences.

GNOME Power Manager acts as a policy agent on top of the Project Utopia
stack, which includes the kernel, hotplug, udev, and HAL. GNOME Power
Manager listens for HAL events and responds with user-configurable
reactions.

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_service 0000000789 789 Bytes 8 months
_servicedata 0000000252 252 Bytes 8 months
gnome-power-manager-3.32.0+58.obscpio 0002313228 2.21 MB 8 months
gnome-power-manager.changes 0000079519 77.7 KB 8 months
gnome-power-manager.obsinfo 0000000113 113 Bytes 8 months
gnome-power-manager.spec 0000002280 2.23 KB 8 months
Comments 4

Alexei Podvalsky's avatar

awissu wrote 6 months ago

Why gnome-power-manager needs gnome-session-core as required dependency?


Yifan Jiang's avatar

yfjiang wrote 6 months ago

It is for display idle handling, where gnome-session is used to invoke the screensaver.


Alexei Podvalsky's avatar

awissu wrote 6 months ago

But this dependency will not be able to start the session. This will work so long the gnome session is active. Also, the app can be used to analyze statistics outside the gnome session.


Yifan Jiang's avatar

yfjiang wrote 6 months ago

But this dependency will not be able to start the session.

I failed to understand this concrete concern , could you explain more about it? Are there some unexpected behaviors you have seen?

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