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Old 13th September 2006, 09:55 PM
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Power Button, dindnt shutdown anymore, only Logout :-(


Sincy my last Update on FC5 Gnome my Notebook didnt shut down when i press the "Power Button", it only Logouts :-( Thats bad, because i Listen to mp3´S when i went to bed, but i always put it off via "off" button on the Remote or the Power button on the Notebook...

Any GUI to configure the "Powerbutton" action when pressing, or what to do to shut the notbook down via Power Button, I Remember in KDE the Point "What to do when Power Button is pressed", sth like that in Gnome ! ?
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