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Old 1st June 2012, 04:52 AM
Xenphor Offline
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Installing gnome power manager for Fedora 17 lxde

I installed gnome power manager through yum but I have no idea how to actually start it. Looking through the internet, I tried both gnome-power-preferences --sync and gnome-power-manager but neither command worked. Since a GUI program doesn't appear in the menus I can't use that either.

So how do I actually start gnome power manager so I can use it instead of the mostly non-existant lxde power management?
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