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APC - Software Downloads - APC offers free downloads of Linux versions of their UPS management software. Several different Linux distributions are supported including--but not limited to--Redhat, Caldera, and SuSe.
APCUPSD - Apcupsd provides UPS power management under Linux for APCC Products, including the models BackUPS, BackUPS Pro, SmartUPS V/S, and SmartUPS(NET/RM).
Gnome UPS Monitor - A free Gnome client for the Network UPS Tools (nut-0.42.1) package released under the GNU GPL.
Inpowerd - From the homepage: "It [inpowerd] is useful when more than one machine is connected to the same UPS but only one of them communicates with the UPS directly."
NUT: Network UPS Tools - Welcome to the support page for Network UPS Tools. This project is setting out to monitor every kind of UPS with sufficient interest behind it.
NUT: asapm-ups - This small patch for asapm will allow it to talk to a upsd process and monitor the UPS that is attached instead of a laptop's APM registers.
Power Daemon (powerd) - A daemon which can monitor a UPS and safely shutdown the computer when the power goes out.
Repotec RPF-800A UPS Monitor - A program to monitor a Repotec RPF-800A UPS.
UPS monitoring daemon for Linux - Better UPS monitoring daemon for Linux
UPS, automatic shutdown and Linux - UPS, automatic shutdown and Linux
bpowerd - Bpowerd is a program to monitor Best Power Patriot and Patriot Plus UPSs under Linux. It uses init to inform the system of a power outage and is capable of detecting power fail and low battery conditions. It is also capable of killing the inverter on shutdown.
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