wmhdaps goal is to provide a tool for configuration of the Harddisk Active Protection System (HDAPS).
Version: 0.04wmhdaps goal is to provide a tool for configuration of the Harddisk Active Protection System (HDAPS) found in some R/G/T thinkpad models.
Operating System: Linux
HDAPS is realized as an acceleration sensor mounted on systemboard and a userspace tool which detects based on acceleration values from sensor shocks and freezes the harddrive(s) until the "shock" is over.
In the current version 0.02 actually is only able to visualize the movements of the notebook as a 3D model based on the acceleration values read from sensor.
What's New in This Release:
· In Version 0.04 redraws only occur when something changed. This helps to save power. As it doesn't redraw constantly it gives the notbook a chance to enter the power states C3/C4. Nathan Lay kindly contributed the port of wmhdaps for FreeBSD. Use Makefile.FreeBSD to compile on FreeBSD.