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Philander Seabury
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4 hours ago, Philander Seabury said:

For this Linux laptop, I installed a battery monitor program a week or two ago that just never gave alarms, but today I got one.  How is that even possible that it works so erratically?

Set the sample time to 250 hours?

Set the cutoff voltage low?

Didn't have enough battery to sound the alarm?

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Just now, Philander Seabury said:

Yes, aboot 7 or 8 times. This is the best answer so far!

I'm on a conference call with my team and IT is rolling out some sort of Windows update this week.  Listening to the folks complain about the update making multiple reboots to finish is hilarious.  It hasn't hit me yet, but it will, and as ever it will be a crap shoot whether it works or FUBARs things.  Yay!

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7 hours ago, Philander Seabury said:

For this Linux laptop, I installed a battery monitor program a week or two ago that just never gave alarms, but today I got one.  How is that even possible that it works so erratically?

I would ask @Kirby.  She is good with tracking down random beeps.

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