• Gnome does not show 100% battery


    Hi.

    Could not find any info on this while googling: My battery indicator in gnome stops at 76%. This is the actual capacity of the battery, which i see with “acpi -i”:

    Battery 0: Charging, 96%, 00:09:32 until charged
    Battery 0: design capacity 6900 mAh, last full capacity 5260 mAh = 76%

    I really would like to see these 76% as 100% as shown in my acpi call now at 96% while still charging. How can I tell the power manager of gnome to use this value and not the last full capacity?
    Thanks

  • @fearless.spiffer s

    My battery indicator in gnome stops at …

    Which battery indicator? The extension, the reading in the System Settings or the power statistics tool?

  • @anarch I guess it’s the extension. I mean the value displayed on the top right of the desktop. In the gnome panel? Or what is it called? It’s the same value in the Power System Setting. It tells me 77%, fully charged.0_1464900427494_Screenshot from 2016-06-02 22-45-59.png

  • @fearless.spiffer said in Gnome does not show 100% battery:

    @anarch I guess it’s the extension. I mean the value displayed on the top right of the desktop. In the gnome panel? Or what is it called? It’s the same value in the Power System Setting. It tells me 77%, fully charged.0_1464900427494_Screenshot from 2016-06-02 22-45-59.png

    $ acpi -V

  • @judd
    acpi -V
    Battery 0: Discharging, 99%, 03:03:15 remaining
    Battery 0: design capacity 6900 mAh, last full capacity 5260 mAh = 76%
    Adapter 0: off-line
    Cooling 0: BAT0 no state information available
    Cooling 1: intel_powerclamp no state information available
    Cooling 2: Processor 0 of 10
    Cooling 3: Processor 0 of 10
    Cooling 4: Processor 0 of 10
    Cooling 5: Processor 0 of 10

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