Power management in DE Mate (Linux Mint 12)?

Hi habrovany. I put myself on a netbook with Linux Mint 12 and chose the shell Mate (for her and put). Liked ponastroili, but suddenly discovered that everywhere is no mention of Bo power management: no icon in the tray, there is no item in the settings menu, even there is no such applet! Moreover, in the other two built-in skins all right. Poked in packages, searched the issue online, found nothing.

Can someone tell me what? Feature is critical. Or to hammer and take up Ubuntu with a file?
October 8th 19 at 00:36
1 answer
October 8th 19 at 00:38
This package looked?

> Applet power management and monitoring the discharge of notubuk;
Although some heavy, he should be easier to find... - Bessie.Torp commented on October 8th 19 at 00:41
Is there another xfce4-power-manager and gnome-power-manager. - Bessie.Torp commented on October 8th 19 at 00:44
Thanks, looks even better Mate and. Why do You think that Cinnamon heavy? Tried?
On the subject of gnome-power-manager (tried to question):
— aptitude install gnome-power-manager said there is nothing to set (type set)
— aptitude remove gnome-power-manager said there is nothing to remove
— gnome-power-manager said there is nothing to run (no such command)
The result: WTF?!
In General, I scored and installed Ubuntu 12.04, tried to put there Mate. Crooked started mate-session (no most of the icons, not immersed theme and setting stoda and panels). Manual starting load is needed, but doubled the panels and icons and tore at his Desk in General. Plan was to re-try Mint 12 DVD, then CD, then Ubuntu-server (all-manual). Now first torment aspiring Cinnamon on Ubuntu. - bert_Oberbrunn commented on October 8th 19 at 00:47
Heavy, judging by the review:
> Sitting in Mint12 using a MATE. Cut after installing everything related to Gnome3.
> I try for fun to install Cinnamon, pulls a unity,banshee,mono,compiz
About gnome-power-manager — something wrong with the system.
dpkg --get-selections | grep gnome-power-manager shows that the package is installed? - Bessie.Torp commented on October 8th 19 at 00:50
>dpkg --get-selections | grep gnome-power-manager
And that I was too lazy to do honestly :) I'll Try to rearrange Mint just. - bert_Oberbrunn commented on October 8th 19 at 00:53

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