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    Default Power management

    I would like to be able to set my computer to hibernate/suspend after a certain period of time but I can not find where I am supposed to go to set it up.

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    Default Re: Power management

    Is this KDE or Gnome?
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    Default Re: Power management

    In another thread I see you mention konqueror
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    I went into profile management which is what that looks like it says, but it is completely different for me. i also have KDE 4.2 if that has anything to do with it. I have never come across something that looks like that.

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    Never mind I found it.

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    Default Re: Power management

    For KDE 4.2, you can configure power management via:

    Configure Desktop > System Settings (Select Advanced) > Power Management

    You can also add a 'Battery Monitor' widget that lets you get to the power management settings directly.

    Edit: Too late. Oh well, someone else will probably ask the same question...

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