Ledcontrol is a program that shows information on the normally-unused LEDs on your keyboard. You can configure it to show virtually any TRUE/FALSE condition or arbitrary value accessible. Features include blinking LEDs, priority levels, user-made animations, a GTK+ interface, etc. Ledcontrol works both in X and on a text console.
|Tags||Hardware Networking Monitoring|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
|Implementation||C Unix Shell|
Release Notes: New man pages have been included.
Release Notes: Optional use of syslog, "make test", and looping animations.
Release Notes: A new script interface and configuration, use of syslog and a pidfile, a Debian package, and TTY correction after exit.
Release Notes: GTK+ interface for testing features. A few improvements in installation and a code cleanup.
Release Notes: A sysv-initscript has been added, as well as the ability to signal arbitrary numbers (machine load, network load), startup animation, and test backgrounding.