On Thu, 2020-01-02 at 09:58 -0600, Miguel Bernal Marin wrote:
> > > > If upower -d doesn't show useful information,
> > > > the
> > > > kernel
> > > > can't
> > > > read it. See if he files in /sys/class/power_supply/BAT0/
> > > > have
> > > > useful
> > > > information. If that dir doesn't exist, does any other in
> > > > /sys/class/power_supply/ ?
> > >
> > > no bro there is no directory or even any file under the dir of
> > > /sys/class/power_supply/
> > What kernel are you using?
> > What is the output of "uname -r"?
> > Are you in a VM?
> so bro for as you asked:
> 1.THE KERNAL VERSION IS 5.3.8-854.native
> 2.AND THE OS IS NOT INSIDE ANY VM.
> AND SORRY FOR THE DELAY IN REPLY.
This is weird,
Can you give us more information regarding your platform?, please
bro what short of more detail do you want about the platform ?
please be specific.
as per the desktop environment:
"gnome" and "xfce"
but mainly gnome
as per the hardware:
it is a laptop from some weird company named stormbook 14.
it come with intel atom chip and 2 gb of ram and 32 gb storage.
some other info:
some other distro like fedora do display the battery status
but they are not compatible with the uefi and
i manually have to boot them from the uefi menu
but clear linux directly boots away that is why it is my daily driver.
may be it works due to the systemd boot but it just works great
and again sorry for the delay :-)