[kde-freebsd] "power_profile: changed to 'performance'"
avg at icyb.net.ua
Wed Sep 1 12:58:34 CEST 2010
on 24/07/2010 22:51 Andriy Gapon said the following:
> Noob mode: how can I get rid of the message in the subject line?
> Full story.
> I have a desktop FreeBSD machine with KDE 4 as desktop environment.
> I did something with it, not exactly sure what, and I started to get the message
> in subject log in my /var/log/messages. The messages appears each time I switch
> back to my KDE session after switching out to another virtual terminal, no
> matter if it's a "console" or other X terminal.
> Suspected actions: upgrade of KDE from 4.4.4 to 4.4.5; some change in KDE
> configuration via "control center" GUI. The latter is more probable, because I
> run another KDE session on the same machine under a different acccount, and
> switching to that session doesn't cause the message to appear.
> The message is produced by /etc/rc.d/power_profile script.
> As I've said, this is a desktop machine, there is no acad driver attachment, and
> I've verified that the script is not executed by devd.
> Instead, it seems that the script is executed by hald. And it seems that hald
> executes it because of a request that comes to it via dbus. I suspect that some
> component of KDE (PowerDevil?) sends the request.
> Thus, I come to you with this question.
> Thank you very much for any help/ideas on this.
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