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Old 24th March 2010, 12:52 AM
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Battery applet not reading the correct percentage of life left

I have a MacBook 1,1 model where previous Fedora/CentOS releases worked fine. However this time around, the only noticable issue is the batter readings. I have over %50 charge left, yet the meter is saying I have less than %6 remaining.

Any tips to repair this?

System is up to date as of the moment of post,
Fedora 12, stock install, no custom repos (as of yet)

Thanks much!
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