IBAM (Intelligent BAttery Monitor) is an advanced battery monitor for laptops, which uses statistical and adaptive linear methods to provide accurate estimations of minutes of battery left or of the time needed until full recharge.
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release fixed ACPI support, which was disabled in the previous release by accident.
Release Notes: This release adds support for SYSFS and a user defined bound for the lowest battery charge regarded as safe. A bug in APM support was fixed, and accuracy on ACPI based systems was improved. PMU support for Apple based laptops was extended.
Release Notes: This release added support for the PMU interface in Apple Powerbooks as well as the ACPI interface found in modern kernels. The adaptivity algorithm was improved.
Release Notes: Support for gkrellm2 was added, compiler issues were resolved, and additional profiling was introduced for future improvements in estimation methods.
Release Notes: A gkrellm plugin has been added, an RPM package is available, several second correction bugs have been fixed, the standard derivation is also recorded, and there are many other minor internal enhancements.