[K12OSN] gconf-editor or gconftool-2

Peter Scheie peter at scheie.homedns.org
Mon Apr 9 13:46:38 UTC 2007

I ran into this problem, too.  Ultimately, I ended up just removing the 
gnome-power-manager package (rpm -e gnome-power-manager).


Michael Blinn wrote:
>  I'd like to prevent the gnome-power-manager from starting when my users 
> log in. What is the best way to do this? I've tried using gconf-editor 
> (file->new default, then 
> apps->gnome_settings_daemon->power_manager->start_power_manager=0) but 
> it keeps popping up on login - Is these the proper way or am I doing 
> something incorrectly?
> Cheers,
>  Michael
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