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gnome-power-preferences(1)		  User Commands 	       gnome-power-preferences(1)

       gnome-power-preferences - gnome power preferences GUI

       gnome-power-preferences [--help] [--verbose]

       gnome-power-preferences	is  a GUI configuration program. It enables you to configure your
       preferred desktop power management policies, e.g. blank screen when lid is closed,  hiber-
       nate system when battery power is low, suspend system when power button is pressed, or let
       CPU frequency dynamically adjust based on process load. Then, these policies are  enforced
       by gnome-power-manager(1).

       This  program  follows the usual  command line syntax, with long options starting with two
       dashes (`-').  A summary of options is included below.

       --help	       Show summary of options.

       --verbose       Show extra debugging.

       Example 1: Launching gnome-power-preferences with the display of extra debugging messages.

       example% gnome-power-preferences --verbose

       The following exit values are returned:

       0	Application exited successfully

       >0	Application exited with failure

       The following files are used by this application:


	   Executable for gnome power preferences GUI

       See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:

       |      ATTRIBUTE TYPE	     |	    ATTRIBUTE VALUE	   |
       |Availability		     |SUNWgnome-power-manager	   |
       |Interface stability	     |Volatile			   |

       gnome-power-manager(1), gnome-power-statistics(1), attributes(5)

       This manual page was written by Oliver Grawert ogra@ubuntu.com for the Debian system.

       Updated by Simon Zheng, Sun Microsystems Inc., 2008.

SunOS 5.11				   18 Feb 2008		       gnome-power-preferences(1)
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