apmd-2.4-0 uploaded to master
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This is *extremely* cool: apm (on kernels >= 1.3.98) now supports
--standby (computer sleeps, hit a key to re-activate)
--suspend (turns power up, when power is turned it returns
immediately to where you stopped, without booting)
Date: 07 May 96 13:52 UT
Maintainer: Dirk Eddelbuettel <email@example.com>
Architecture: i386 source
apmd: Utilities for Advanced Power Management (APM) on laptops
- On laptop computers, the Advanced Power Management (APM) support
- provides access to battery status information and may help you to
- conserve battery power, depending on your laptop and the APM
- implementation. APM support has been in the kernel since 1.3.46.
- This package contains apmd(8), a daemon that provides logging of the
- battery status, apm(1), a client that prints /proc/apm, xapm(1x), an
- X11 utility that displays a little graph, (and tailf(1) which follows
- the growth of a log file).
- It requires an 1.3.x kernel and should work with both the old
- (pre-1.3.58) and the new (1.3.58) /proc/apm format. No further
- changes in the /proc/apm format are anticipated.
- Starting with version 2.4 of apmd, --suspend and --standby are supported
- on kernels 1.3.98 or higher.
* apmd-2.4-0 release
* new upstream version apmd-2.4 with support for --suspend and
--standby which requires kernel 1.3.98 or higher.
* debian.control: added "Priority: Low"
6c04bf6febfda4cd7ef47e1d5efbb216 19578 admin - apmd-2.4-0.tar.gz
b69202ed8ac30a316f5794ae7f0c4310 3000 admin - apmd-2.4-0.diff.gz
0d0ecce0dfb5ef4f23a396b9104f3708 26408 admin Low apmd-2.4-0.i386.deb
Dirk Eddelb"uttel http://qed.econ.queensu.ca/~edd
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