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Old 9th May 2012, 01:13 AM
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"Energy Saving Settings" on F17 KDE broken since upgrade

came across this issue just today, suspend and profiles work, but whenever i press the power button it just shuts down, even when i have set the "prompt log out dialog" option for that, already tried some things like unset/set options again to no avail.

also should say that is not a "clean" shutdown, it just kills all programs running and shuts down.

was working on f16 before upgrade.
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