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Cobbler is a Linux installation server that allows for rapid setup of network installation environments. With a simple series of commands, network installs can be configured for PXE, reinstallations, media-based net-installs, and virtualized installs (supporting Xen, qemu, KVM, and VMware ... [More]
Apcupsd can be used for power mangement and controlling most of APC's UPS models on Unix and Windows machines. It works with most of APC's Smart-UPS models as well as most simple signalling models such a Back-UPS, and BackUPS-Office. During a power failure, apcupsd will inform the users ... [More]
The primary goal of the Network UPS Tools (NUT) project is to provide support for Power Devices, such as Uninterruptible Power Supplies, Power Distribution Units and Solar Controllers. NUT provides many control and monitoring features, with a uniform control and management interface. More than ... [More]
KPowersave provides battery monitoring, CPU frequency control and suspend/standby triggers, and more power management features for KDE. It uses HAL (formerly the powersave daemon) and supports APM and ACPI for several architectures.
GNOME Power Manager is a session daemon written in C that controls high level policy for laptop and PC machines. It uses the power management objects from upower.
About this project.PowerManZero3 is a power management software for WILLCOM Advanced/W-ZERO3[es], a Windows Mobile 6 Classic equipped smart phone available in Japanese local market. The goal of this software is to control the device power according to user's state of use. At present, the ... [More]
Power Management for your OS X computer. This is an alternative to Apples own for x86 CPU's. NB! GenericCPUPMControl Application is deprecated and only provided for convenience. No official updates will be made. Manual throttle is by design not possible.
Temporarily prevent Windows from starting the screensaver or putting the display to sleep. This is useful when watching video which doesn't prevent the screensaver kicking in---like YouTube, online lectures or 4OD---or for keeping your display active when discussing something in a meeting. The ... [More]