Projects / Autopoweroff / Releases

RSS All releases of Autopoweroff

  •  02 Jun 2008 00:52

Release Notes: The icon has been moved from "Applications/System Tools" to "System/Administration". This release officially supports Ubuntu, OpenSuSE, and Fedora. 'arping' is now also used in addition to 'ping'. If /dev/input/by-path/* are non-existant on a system, /dev/input/* entries are used instead. This will allow Autopoweroff to detect user events on Ubuntu 06.06, for instance. The About dialog would now closes properly.

  •  11 May 2008 12:53

Release Notes: This release is a complete overhaul of the project. Ubuntu support has been introduced. New techniques are used to probe devices, which now includes USB devices. Subversion is now used instead of CVS for software configuration management. This is a beta version. No known bugs exists, but testing is needed.

  •  19 Jan 2004 21:17

Release Notes: Like a screensaver, this release detects idle time on the server by scanning for keyboard and mouse activity. Currently, PS/2 keyboards and PS/2 and serial mice are supported (USB devices are unfortunately not detected yet). This release has automatic configuration file upgrades, and killing of any previous running instance of autopoweroff. "reboot" and "poweroff" shell calls have been replaced with "shutdown", which might be more common.

  •  26 Dec 2003 18:04

Release Notes: A user interface to simplify configuration has been added. Miscellaneous Autopoweroff events are now reported in syslog for tracking purposes. The GNOME dependency has been removed for servers running in text mode only.

  •  07 Jun 2003 09:10

Release Notes: Fixes for the *.desktop files so that the icons now appear in the GNOME "system tools" menu even if no locale is set.

  •  27 Apr 2003 23:45

Release Notes: This version features automatic GNOME installation. Under Red Hat 9.0, the cancel and enable scripts now have icons showing up under the "System tools" menu. The installation and uninstallation of the software was improved

Release Notes: Autoconf is now supported, and AurigaDoc was used for the documentation.


Project Spotlight

Packet Peeper

A network protocol analyzer for Mac OS X.


Project Spotlight


A Fluent OpenStack client API for Java.