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There is a problem with the kernel 5.19.4-200. You need blacklist asus_ec_sensors module or boot with 5.18.19-200.
I assume Since I am a very new user of fedora 36 (linux as a whole) I have only two boot options and both of them are kernel 5.19.6-200. I am sorry that I am disturbing you but could you please explain what is blacklisting asus_ec_sensors module?! and how to do that?! I have no idea what it is, but i like learning, I do not want to go back to windows 11. Thanks)
We have already three other discussions about this topic. I don’t want to merge them to avoid confusion but please focus on discussing there. They also already contain answers to your question.
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I have recently changed my os from windows 11 to fedora 36 gnome42. And once while working on it the battery indicator kept showing 89% quite for a long. As I was new and not experienced I thought may be it started consuming a lot less, but I was wrong. Then while showing 89% it just suddenly turned off. Then I realized that the battery indicator not showing the right percentage. Then when I plugged it in it also showed 0% quite for a long. As I restarted my pc then it showed 41% immediately. No…
I update my Fedora 36 packages via Software Manager yesterday, and my battery indicator stopped working correctly. At each restart of my laptop, the battery indicator is going to display the right value at that point and is not going to update that either if the battery percentage will increase or decrease until the next restart.
What should I do?
inxi -Fzx output:
Kernel: 5.18.16-200.fc36.x86_64 arch: x86_64 bits: 64 compiler: gcc
v: 2.37-27.fc36 Desktop: GNOME v: 42.4
Today, after upgrading to new kernel 5.19.4-200, in Fedora 36. Power indicator can no longer recognize if my machine is charging or not.
I tried to troubleshoot on my end, and see if the hardware (Huawei d15, Intel(R) Core™ i5-10210U CPU @ 1.60GHz) was the problem, however, it appears not.
So far; i tried;
testing battery charging in windows 10 (my machine is in dualboot)
switching kernel to 5.18.19-200.fc36.x86_64, power indicator can recognize if i charge my machine or just us…