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trouble with GNOME power manager

Asked by John Bradsher on 2011-04-03

Each time I try to log in to my system, I get the same warning: The configuration defaults for the GNOME power manager did not load correctly. I cannot get beyond this screen, and so I know of no way to get into the configs to make any modifications. It would appear that I'll have to proceed with a system installation disk, though I suspect that any config changes made in a session booted from the installation disk will not be persisted the next time I try to boot from the hard drive. Can anyone help me?

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2011-04-03
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2011-04-03
BabyGeek (babygeek) said : #1

At the login screen press CTRL + ALT + F1 and type these commands:
sudo apt-get remove powermgmt-base
sudo apt-get install powermgmt-base
sudo reboot

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