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I noticed this good bug fix last night :
Did you explore powertop to investigate this ?
I own a X220 (i5 2520m / HD3000) laptop. The power usage is very good (roughly 10h with 94mWh battery with common wifi internet and backlight usage)....
this option exists, I do get it in proxy settings (gnome-shell). Maybe because last updates.
And I complete your personal opinion with https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1112652 .
I use 6205 chip. I experience some slowness with N mode and weak signal...
solved for newer 3.9 kernel, but Raring needs backport :
sorry, not a lot of time :
1) try reselect your background image
2) use lightdm instead of gdm for normal background
3) use lightdm instead of gdm for non-buggy multi-screen behaviour when...
did you try :
sudo dpkg-reconfigure fontconfig
maybe related to
and the bug report
You could maybe post the model of your wifi card...
Do you have some old home-made-scripts in /etc/pm/sleep.d ?
we have to wait some 3.9 backports, and this time imho it will be fixed :
Same issue with 3.8.0-13 Ubuntu kernel. Must be a power management issue. If you look at the "control" file when AC is plugged, it is set on "on" instead of "auto".
And the good news are :
As the author of the bug report ;) I wish this fix to fix this mess.
I'll try 3.8.3 as soon...
Since the today's (raring-proposed) update of desktop-file-utils (that affects /etc/gnome/defaults.list), when I choose e.g. "File system" in "Places menu" extension, the folder is opened by...
looks like that yes, it was 3.9 preview, as these changes on e1000 are listed here :
Do you know if the changelog in :
is dedicated to Ubuntu's 3.8.x or 3.9 ?
There are some e1000 and iwlwifi interesting...
autoremove now clears the <= #-2 installed kernels... ;)
the first one exists in the official repos and works ok.
I've got exactly the same problem, and I can guarantee you that it is solved for me.
I did a lot of commands, with not a lot of success. I did not remember the exact sequence...
Try (in any...
yep : update/upgrade now ! It works.
If you can't : sudo apt-get remove gtk2-engines-pixbuf
and the packages which need this one (audacious, for my case).
There's something wrong, I do not know if it is related : when I turn off the wifi switch of my laptop, the wifi icon remains activated. The same behaviour happens with ethernet (when activated).
Well, I do not find the bug you quote to be nearly the same as mine ?
I tried the daily ubuntu kernel but nor progress. Maybe is it an upgrade (from Quantal) issue ? But ethernet used to work fine...