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Hello, all. My english is not good.
I have a problem installing FreeBsd.
I have not CD-Roms, so i use program FlashBoot for convert iso-image to USB Device.
After, I was beginning to install FreeBsd (Sorry my english)
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XFCE4-POWER-MANAGER(1) General Commands Manual XFCE4-POWER-MANAGER(1)
xfce4-power-manager - The Xfce 4 Power manager
xfce4-power-manager manages the power sources on the computer and the devices that can be controlled to reduce their power consumption
(such as LCD brightness level, monitor sleep, CPU frequency scaling). In addition, xfce4-power-manager provides a set of freedesktop-com-
pliant DBus interfaces to inform other applications about current power level so that they can adjust their power consumption, and it pro-
vides the inhibit interface which allows applications to prevent automatic sleep actions via the power manager; as an example, the operat-
ing system's package manager should make use of this interface while it is performing update operations.
You can run xfce4-power-manager from the command line without specifying any extra arguments.
Starts the power manager in non-daemon mode: useful for debugging.
Causes the running power manager to restart.
Shows the configuration dialog.
--quit Causes any running instance of xfce4-power-manager to exit.
Please report any bugs to http://bugzilla.xfce.org/. Development discussion should be conducted on the firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list.
Usage related questions should be directed to the email@example.com mailing list.
Ali Abdallah <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Ali Abdallah <email@example.com>, Robby Workman <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
31 March 2009 Version 0.8.0 XFCE4-POWER-MANAGER(1)