This might be interesting if you want to stay on FC5 but wants the sweet
new graphs  in g-p-m. This stuff isn't even in Rawhide yet (uhm
someone needs to release PolicyKit 0.2).
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From: Richard Hughes <hughsient(a)gmail.com>
To: GnomePowerManager List <gnome-power-manager-list(a)gnome.org>
Date: Tue, 04 Apr 2006 22:56:19 +0100
Subject: If you want bleeding edge...
I've recreated the utopia repo for people that want a bit more bite to
their FC5 systems. It's got the latest CVS versions of HAL, PolicyKit,
and of course g-p-m.
It's got the nice new graph stuff enabled, and toshiba buttons now work
out of the box. You don't require CVS HAL for CVS g-p-m, although it may
help if you've been having problems before.
Plus you can play with the new PolicyKit stuff on your machine.
The .repo file is attached, and should work for i386 and ppc
architectures. If it breaks, you get to keep all three bits.
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Fedora-desktop-list mailing list
Would be nice if it would hit rawhide soon though. is there a chance
on it? also will there be an upgrade path for the packages in rawhide?
p.s. thanks for your effort. i definitely appreciate it.