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WMNUT - Dockable UPS Monitor
wmnut [-A T1 T2] [-b BlinkRate] [-B BeepVolume] [-C CriticalLevel] [-d display] [-h] [-l] [-L LowLevel] [-U upsname] [-v] [-V] [-w]
WMNUT is an UPS Monitor. It is used to visually display and interpret details of up to 9 UPSs status via NUT - Network UPS Tools framework. WMNUT is dockable using WindowMaker and AfterStep window-managers; under other window- managers, WMNUT should be used with "-w" option to appear as a nicely-sized 64x64 application with a background. WMNUT provides the following information: - Status of power supply (Blinking Red/Yellow/Green colored meter/battery), - Percentage of battery remaining (numeric and meter), - Load level percentage on output (numeric, if available), - Runtime to empty, ie time left to battery depletion (MM:SS), - Communication status with UPS (Blinking Red/Green "C").
-A <T1 T2> Send messages to users terminals when Low and critical. T1 is seconds between messages when Low. T2 is seconds between messages when Critical. -b <BlinkRate> Blink rate for red LED. (0 for no blinking.) -B <Volume> Beep at Critical Level. Volume is between -100% to 100%. This function has been disabled, at least temporarily. -C <CriticalLevel> Define level at which red LED turns on. -d <display> Use alternate display. -h Display help screen. -l Use a low-color pixmap to conserve colors on 8-bit displays. -L <LowLevel> Define level at which yellow LED turns on. CriticalLevel takes precedence if LowLevel<CriticalLevel. -U <upsname> Define upsname ([upsname@]hostname, default is localhost). You can use up to 9 call to -U <upsname> to monitor multiple UPSs. -v Print version (includes important WMNUT info). -V Verbose mode : display NUT available feature and base value. -w Windowed mode (opposite to native withdrawn mode for Window Maker).
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Arnaud Quette <firstname.lastname@example.org> 22 February 2003 WMNUT(1)