Eneoset

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About eneoset

eneoset is a lightweight setup utility to control backlight brightness and turn on/off devices in Neo, using elementary libraries with E17.

Main purpose was to replace openmoko-panel-plugin with something, that is based on EFL libraries and doesn't require GTK+ and Gnome or Xfce.

Features

Supported devices to control are:

  • Backlight
  • Bluetooth
  • Wi-Fi
  • GPS
  • USB mode (device/host]

Also it shows information about battery:

  • Charge
  • Status
  • Voltage
  • Current
  • Capacity
  • Temperature
  • Time to empty/full

And various system informations:

  • Distribution
  • Hostname
  • Memory size, free and cache
  • File system size and free

Works with kernel up to 2.6.29, tested on Debian.

Install

For Debian there is a precompiled package, that can be installed usual way. Package depends on latest EFL libraries in sid. Download the package and install it with:

   dpkg -i packagename

Or use unofficial repository, add this line to your /etc/apt/sources.list file:

   deb http://www.gps-routes.info/debian sid main

For other distributions compile is needed.

Download

Source code and debian package can be downloaded from download page.

Personal tools

About eneoset

eneoset is a lightweight setup utility to control backlight brightness and turn on/off devices in Neo, using elementary libraries with E17.

Main purpose was to replace openmoko-panel-plugin with something, that is based on EFL libraries and doesn't require GTK+ and Gnome or Xfce.

Features

Supported devices to control are:

  • Backlight
  • Bluetooth
  • Wi-Fi
  • GPS
  • USB mode (device/host]

Also it shows information about battery:

  • Charge
  • Status
  • Voltage
  • Current
  • Capacity
  • Temperature
  • Time to empty/full

And various system informations:

  • Distribution
  • Hostname
  • Memory size, free and cache
  • File system size and free

Works with kernel up to 2.6.29, tested on Debian.

Install

For Debian there is a precompiled package, that can be installed usual way. Package depends on latest EFL libraries in sid. Download the package and install it with:

   dpkg -i packagename

Or use unofficial repository, add this line to your /etc/apt/sources.list file:

   deb http://www.gps-routes.info/debian sid main

For other distributions compile is needed.

Download

Source code and debian package can be downloaded from download page.