Clewarecontrol lets you control the USB-devices made by Cleware GmbH.
Version: 0.8Clewarecontrol lets you control the USB-devices made by Cleware GmbH.
Operating System: Linux
It allows you to measure the temperature or humidity, switch on and off and configure switches, control the watchdog, etc.
The package consists of 'clewaretool' - the tool to manage the Cleware devices under Linux.
Also you'll find in the 'examples'-directory a couple of scripts:
Â· a script to generate graphs using RRDtool
Â· a script for nagios that monitores the temperature and raises an alarm if something goes wrong
Â· a startup script for RHEL/SLES/Debian/Ubuntu which starts the watchdog functionality
Â· Debian etch (on a 64 bit cpu)
Â· Fedora core 7
Â· RedHat Enterprise Linux 5
Â· SuSE Enterprise Linux 10
Â· Ubuntu Feisty Fawn (version 7.04)
Â· ...but it should also work with other systems running a recent Linux kernel.
What's New in This Release:
Â· One can now reprogram switching devices to become a watchdog, autoreset, or switch device.
Â· Numerous examples have been added on how to use the Cleware devices with this tool on Linux.
Â· A couple of cosmetic fixes have been made that may clarify how to use the tool with the devices.
Â· The man page has been updated.