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Re: Klaptop Performance Profile (cpuspeed) NOT broken



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On Wednesday 05 May 2004 11:01, Andy Green wrote:
> Hi folks -
>
> After the last updates, seem unable to change the performance profile using
> the Klaptop tray applet (this is the one that shows battery level in the

Gah, it seems that after updating kdebase yesterday, you have to rerun the 
"ACPI Config Setup Helper Application".

 - right-click Klaptop
 - select configure
 - use the top-right buttons to select ACPI Config
 - click Setup Helper Application
 - experience concern at the warning that /usr/bin/klaptop_acpi_helper has a 
different size and checksum than when it was compiled (prelink?  Hacked by 
Chinese?)
 - click continue anyway
 - Continue at the next dialog
 - enter root password

After this the menu will work.  It should be greyed out in the tray icon if it 
cannot function.

Another small but over time irritating beef with KDE is I have to keep 
destroying

 - artsd - just gets in the way
 - Kaboodle - useless
 - Noatun - useless

every time I update (certain?) KDE packages.  They reclaim first dibs on .mpg, 
etc when I actually set up mplayer to have them.

- -Andy

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