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Old 25th May 2010, 02:01 PM
joe.pelayo Offline
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First F13 glitch

Hi guys,

Yesterday I installed F13 i686 in my laptop (since the ISO file was leaked ) and right now I am posting from a fresh & fully up to date F13 system. Sadly I am here to report what might be the first F13 glitch on the record (i686 at least).

Remember that battery indicator next to the clock? Well, it does not work as it did in F12 (does not show extended information of the battery): it only displays the remaining time and charge %, but not info on the manufacturer and battery useful life. Installing 'acpi' does not help.

Aside from that, F13 looks really great. One thing that made me sad is the fact that it does not include the latest version of gnome-chemistry-utils, but it is obvious that the devs made quite a good job overall.

Thanks,
Joe.
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