Provided by: fso-usaged_0.12.0-3_amd64 bug


       fsousaged - FSO usage daemon




       fsousaged automatically controls system resources like GSM, GPS, Bluetooth, WiFi, Display or CPU. It's intended to be used on smartphones and is part of the userland.

       If  applications  need  to  use any of these resources they request it from fsousaged. Then the daemon will enable the resource until the applications release the resource. If multiple applications request the same
       resource fsousaged ensures that the resources stay enabled until all applications released the resource.

       Depending on the configuration fsousaged may put the system into suspend if the CPU resource is not requested.

       fsousaged  loads  its  configuration  from  /etc/freesmartphone/conf/<platform>/fsousaged.conf   (platform   is   detected   via   /proc/cpuinfo).   If   this   file   can't   be   found   it   will   fallback   to
       /etc/freesmartphone/conf/default/fsousaged.conf instead.

       The daemon will be started automatically by DBus, once a request is send to it, but can also be started manually.


       fsousaged takes no parameters.


       fsousaged was written by the FSO Team <>.

       This manual page was written by Sebastian Reichel <>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).

                                                                                                       AUGUST 28, 2011                                                                                           FSOUSAGED(1)