14.04 power manager not authorized
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 10, 2014
After upgrading to 14.04, power manager in Xubuntu will no longer hibernate my computer. If I type "sudo pm-hibernate" at command line it works fine. However, power manager is not hibernating my computer automatically. I did the instructions for enabling hibernation (user guide) and have selected hiberate in power manager. My monitors will go into standby, but it never hibernates. When coming back up after standby I get a "Power Manager not authorized" balloon (see picture).
Any ideas? It used to work fine before updating to 14.04.
-I'm running power manager with --no-daemon because if I run it without I can't connect to power manager when trying to configure.
power manager not authorized.jpg
With 14.04 update manager does not show list of pending packages, only settings
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 28, 2014
After having installed Ubuntu 14.04 (64 bit) I noticed that the update manager does not show any list of pending packages, only the settings of the manager (package sources, settings for updating etc.).
So I do not know what packages are to be updated, if any.
My installation was almost clean. I did a new install but in 12.04 I used Synaptic to produce a list of software and applied it to speed installation of those programs. So that might be a source of trouble.
But perhaps I should change some settings or install some piece of software?
Hadoop 2.4.1 Installation not running properly on Ubuntu 14.04?Node manager VM stack guard error
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
Im trying to set up Hadoop 2.4.1 multi cluster on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS 64 bit machine. After starting the Hadoop daemon,when i jps i couldn't see my node manger running. When i check the node manager log ,i got the follwoing error:
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM warning: You have loaded library /usr/share/hadoop-2.4.1/lib/native/libhadoop.so.1.0.0 which might have disabled stack guard. The VM will try to fix the stack guard now.
Can anyone please suggest me how to resolve this issue??
I follow this link
but im getting same error.
Ubuntu 14.04 USB mouse not working without power
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
My USB Mouse works for 5 minutes, if I remove the USB mouse from port and then again plug it, it works for 5 minutes and then it stops working as no power is delivered to it. This issue is there only when laptop charger is not connected.
It works fine when charger is connected to laptop.
I already tried with different port and different USB mouse but still no luck.
configuration default for gnome power manager not installed correctly
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 5, 2012
I recently installed 12.04 LTS as a triple boot with Linux Mint and Win XP. I wanted to try 12.04 LTS. Now when I try to boot into Linux Mint, a box pops up telling me my gnome configuration default power manager is not installed correctly. I have tried
apt-get purge gnome-power-manager and apt-get install gnome-power-manager
I have also tried
& apt-get autoclean
Any help would be appreciated. Thank you very much.
Fix Configuration details gnome power manager not installed correctly error
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 18, 2012
Hi, I am not after support as I dug through every fix I could find on here to sort out my computer ubuntu 10.10 machine.
It would boot to a blank gnome window, with the error message in the top right hand corner:-
"Configuration defaults for gnome power manager has not been installed correctly"
I tried all these possible fixes without success:-
Firstly check if your out of disk space with
Make sure no drives are at 100% if they are maybe try a bit of:-
sudo apt-get autoclean
sudo apt-get clean
or delete some stuff from somewhere.
Then I searched everywhere for any possible solution:-
sudo dpkg --configure -a
sudo apt-get remove powermgmt-base
sudo apt-get install powermgmt-base
sudo apt-get purge gnome-power-manager
sudo apt-get install gnome-power-manager
sudo apt-get --reinstall install ubuntu-desktop
sudo gconftool-2 --recursive-unset /apps/gnome-power-manager
Apparently access rights to the temp folder can cause this i
Hardy Install Problem GNOME Power Manager not installed correctly
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 7, 2008
I've installed the final release of Hardy Heron (8.04 LTS) a couple of days after it came out, and soon after I started getting system pop-ups that read:
Any ideas on how to resolve this?
Also, when I try to reboot my system, it takes over a minute from the time I press the shutdown menu button until the actual menu appears (the one showing the shutdown options - restart, logoff, shutdown, switch user, etc.). I was wondering if that's related and if there's anything I could do to speed things up.
gnome power manager not installed correctly
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 5, 2009
error occured suddenly at startup
an error occured suddenly at start up . the error is " an error occured while loading or saving configuration information for update-notifier. some of your configuration settings may not work properly".
DETAILS FOR ERROR:-
failed to construct configuration server .some possible causes are that you need to evolve tcp/ip networking for orbit or you have stale nfs locks due to a system crash. details1- could not send message to gconf deamon. message did not recieve a reply.
(timeout by message bus).
it is also showing installation error which is-"configuration defaults for gnome power manager has not been installed correctly.
what should i do now to solve this problem. now i can see just a black screen. please tell me an appropriate solution
power manager not recognizing battery
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 4, 2011
Just got a new Toshiba Satellite L-655-S5150. (running 64Bit ubuntu 11.04)
the only thing wrong with it now is the power manager has no tab for battery options. the computer works if its unpluged, and when plugged back in the indicator lights on the laptop will say its charging, but the whole time power manager thinks the laptop is plugged in.
the other day i had this problem with my headphone jack not working that was fixed, http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1774627
i dont know if that had anything to do with it, ( i wouldn't think so anyway.)
i mostly keep my laptop plugged in, but there are lots of times where im using only battery power, and it would be nice to know when my battery is getting low, so i don't lose my work.
(screenshot of my problem)
Ubuntu 14.04 beta1 does not support EFI Secure Boot
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 19, 2014
I've got a Lenovo x240 with EFI mode enabled in BIOS (GUID Partition Table).
I made a bootable USB with Ubuntu gnome 14.04 beta1 and it won't boot. It brings me to a grub prompt command line (and i don't know what to do there) and I could read that Secure Boot prevented it from booting.
I was able to boot Ubuntu 13.10 with USB in EFI mode properly.
My question is that I understood Ubuntu (including gnome distro) has EFI Secure Boot support since 12.04, and if 13.10 has Secure Boot support.. why the 14.04 beta1 has not this support?
I am trying to install Ubuntu with Windows 8.1 dual booting and I have to decide what ubuntu version to install. I wanted to install ubuntu gnome 14.04 beta1 and then update to LTS without messing with Grub, but seeing I cannot boot it unless I disable Secure Boot I might go for installing 13.10 that handles properly the secure boot enabled.
Anybody with same issue?
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