Every time I turn on my computer, I see a message saying something like:
Your battery may be old or broken.
I am already aware that my battery is bad. How do I suppress this message?
Maybe these instructions will help you to get rid of that message.
Added instructions from the link, Alt+F2, then type in
/apps/gnome-power-manager/notify/low_capacity and untick the value.
Or a single command:
gconftool --set /apps/gnome-power-manager/notify/low_capacity --type boolean false
This worked for me:
If you have a machine with Windows as a dual-boot option, you can boot to Windows and let the battery recharge here. When the battery has recharged for a while, you can boot to Ubuntu and let it do the rest.
I run this:
gconftool --set /org/mate/power-manager/notify-low-power --type boolean false gconftool --set /org/mate/power-manager/notify-low-capacity --type boolean false
In Ubuntu mate, gconf editor is not installed by default and installing it will not help.
Instead, you should use dconf editor.
You will need to navigate to
/org/mate/power-manager and then untick
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