kpowersave

KPowersave

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Description
KPowersave is a KDE systray applet which allows to control the power management settings and policies of your computer. It relies on HAL to do the heavy lifting.

Current feature list:
* support for ACPI, APM and PMU
* trigger suspend to disk/ram and standby
* switch cpu frequency policy (between: performance, dynamic and powersave)
* applet icon with information about AC state, battery fill and battery
(warning) states
* applet tooltip with information about battery fill and remaining battery
time/percentage
* autosuspend (to suspend the machine if the user has been inactive for a
defined time)
* a global configurable blacklist with programs which prevent autosuspend
(e.g. videoplayer and cd burning tools)
* trigger lock screen and select the lock method
* KNotify support
* online help
* localisations for many languages KPowersave supports schemes with following configurable specific settings for:
* screensaver
* DPMS
* autosuspend
* scheme specific blacklist for autosuspend
* notification settings
Interface: Graphical (Qt)
Associated Programs
acpi-support scripts for handling many ACPI events
hibernate smartly puts your computer to sleep (suspend to RAM or disk)
pm-utils utilities and scripts for power management
powersaved power management daemon
Available deb Repositories (how-to add a respository)
Debian 32-bit

Ubuntu 32-bit

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