Fixing the upower warning - WSL/ZSH/Spaceship prompt
There are many cool prompts with ZSH. It's one of the reasons I made the switch from using BASH.
However, after installing the spaceship prompt on Windows subsystem for Linux, I noticed the following error:
(upower:26251): UPower-WARNING **: 10:47:25.757: Cannot connect to upowerd: Could not connect: No such file or directory
upowerd isn't running on WSL. There is no need for it to run. I don't even believe there is support for it on WSL.
After doing some digging in the spaceship prompt code, it turns out this feature can be disabled with a simple environment variable. I've added the following to my ~/.profile:
# Turn off power status when using spaceship prompt export SPACESHIP_BATTERY_SHOW=false
Hi, I have the same problem, but adding a variable to .profile doesn't change anything. Is there anything else I can try?ReplyDelete
Hey, go to .zshrc and where you find the list of spaceship configs "SPACESHIP_PROPMT_ORDER" go to almost the end , and just comment the lineReplyDelete
```battery # Battery level and status```
```# battery # Battery level and status```
This solve the issue for me , hope it helps !
In my .zshrc file, I don't have any spaceship settings and neither does the ```battery # Battery level and status line```ReplyDelete
thanks for post this <3, helped me.ReplyDelete
I added "export SPACESHIP_BATTERY_SHOW=false" at the end of .zprofile file and it worked for me.ReplyDelete