This is a discussion on Bug#481493: battery: After power off, something not turn-off and consume power. - Debian ; Raphael Hertzog wrote: > On Fri, 16 May 2008, Renato S. Yamane wrote: >> When I poweroff my laptop Toshiba M45-S355 I can see that something is >> not fully power-off because when I start laptop is possible check in ...
Raphael Hertzog wrote:
> On Fri, 16 May 2008, Renato S. Yamane wrote:
>> When I poweroff my laptop Toshiba M45-S355 I can see that something is
>> not fully power-off because when I start laptop is possible check in
>> battery LED that is not full (I poweroff my laptop when battery is
>> After 1 day, I loss 3% of battery.
>> This same laptop have WindowsXP and when I poweroff it by Windows,
>> nothing happenned with battery. If it have 100% when I poweroff, it have
>> the same charge when I turn-on.
> How do you verify the battery level in each case?
On Lenny, I check by Kpowersave, by /proc/acpi/battery/BAT1/state, and
by LED of my laptop that show me different collors (blue is full
charged, and yellow is not fully charged).
On Windows I check it in Control Pannel and with LED of my laptop.
> And in general, I can't see how acpi-support has anything to do with this
> problem. Are you suspending to disk when you say "poweroff"? How are you
> doing it?
K Menu --> Close section --> Shutdown.
> Have you tried on sid/lenny with an etch kernel? Because if anything is
> responsible of this, it would rather be the kernel...
No, I use only Kernel available on Lenny.
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