The latest addition to my programming portfolio: Power-Manager 3 is now here. Power-Manager 3 is a re-designed version of the older Power-Manager, which was originally put together with Zenity and Bash.
Power-Manager 3 does the same things as its older ancestor. As always, the screenshot speaks for itself:
You will need python and python-qt4 in order to run this program. Remember to make it executable with chmod +x power.py
Run the program with python power.py
Remember to execute the above commands within a terminal client. You can also make a symbolic link – to achieve an easier startup.(For example, sudo ln -s power.py /usr/local/bin/power)
Download Power-manager from here: Power-Manager v.3.0.1
Enjoy and while I continue coding you can also go ahead and take a look at my latest Youtube video, which is about apt-get usage on Debian and its deriatives.
Added Note 4th of August:
The program uses sudo. If you use the traditional root account instead then replace the program code’s gksudo lines with gksu . Of course, make sure that you actually have gksudo or gksu installed on your system before using the program.