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Holger Macht

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Base:System / acpi Maintainer Bugowner
Base:System / laptop-mode-tools Maintainer Bugowner

NOTE: NOT Automatically created during Factory devel project migration by admin.

Base:System / splashy Maintainer Bugowner
games / bomberclone Bugowner

NOTE: Automatically created during Factory devel project migration by admin.

home:hmacht:Factory Maintainer Bugowner

This project is used by hmacht to prepare packages for openSUSE:Factory submissions. Usually all package changes should get submitted here for review and testing first.

home:hmacht:kernel-kms Maintainer Bugowner
home:hmacht:kernel-kms / kernel-default Maintainer Bugowner

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home:hmacht:kernel-sony Maintainer Bugowner

This package is based on the package 'kernel-source' from project 'home:hmacht:kernel-sony'.

This package is based on the package 'kernel-source' from project 'openSUSE:Factory'.

Linux kernel sources with many fixes and improvements.

This package is based on the package 'kernel-source' from project 'openSUSE:Factory'.

Linux kernel sources with many fixes and improvements.

The kernel-desktop package

home:hmacht:kernel-sony / kernel-pae Maintainer Bugowner

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This package is based on the package 'kernel-source' from project 'openSUSE:Factory'.

Linux kernel sources with many fixes and improvements.

This package is based on the package 'kernel-syms' from project 'openSUSE:Factory'.

Kernel symbols, such as functions and variables, have version
information attached to them. This package contains the symbol versions
for the standard kernels.

This package is needed for compiling kernel module packages with proper
package dependencies.

This package is based on the package 'kernel-trace' from project 'openSUSE:Factory'.

This kernel is compiled for realtime applications.

This package is based on the package 'kernel-source' from project 'home:hmacht:kernel-sony'.

This package is based on the package 'kernel-source' from project 'openSUSE:Factory'.

Linux kernel sources with many fixes and improvements.

This package is based on the package 'kvm' from project 'openSUSE:Factory'.

KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) is a virtualization software for
Linux which is based on hardware virtualization extensions (Intel VT-X
and AMD-V) and a modified version of qemu to enable full hardware
emulation as far as needed to boot many PC operating systems in
unmodified form, including Linux, Windows and Mac OS X.

Note: KVM is not yet ready for production use and has known issues. You
can find details the Novell bugzilla: http://bugzilla.novell.com

KVM depends on Intel VT and AMD-V and does not run on CPUs without
these extensions. qemu can be used on those, with some performance
penalty, instead.

As the hardware emulation used for KVM is based on QEMU, virtual
machines can be moved between QEMU and KVM hosts seamlessly.

The package libvirt contains libvirtd, a simple hypervisor for managing
multiple QEMU and KVM virtual machines on one host machine. The
included virtsh allows to define virtual machines using XML files and
allows some simple management of such virtual machines on the command
line. virt-manager is a GUI for connecting to, and controlling virtual
machines based on libvirt.

VirtualBox OSE is an extremely feature rich, high performance product
for enterprise customers, it is also the only professional solution
that is freely available as Open Source Software under the terms of the
GNU Public License (GPL).

home:hmacht:SLE_10 Maintainer

It ships with an Energy Star compliant default configuration.

GNOME Power Manager is a session daemon that takes care of power
management.

It ships with an Energy Star compliant default configuration.

KPowersave provides battery monitoring, CPU frequency control and
suspend/standby triggers, and more power management features for KDE.
It uses HAL (formerly the powersave daemon) and supports APM and ACPI
for several architectures. Together with the powersave package and the
YaST power management module, it is the preferred package that should
be used for battery monitoring and control of power management related
tasks.

network / sim Bugowner

NOTE: Automatically created during Factory devel project migration by admin.

openSUSE:11.4 / acpi Bugowner

Linux ACPI client is a small command-line program that attempts to
replicate the functionality of the 'old' apm command on ACPI systems.
It includes battery and thermal information.

openSUSE:11.4 / acpid Bugowner

ACPID is a completely flexible, totally extensible daemon for
delivering ACPI events. It listens to a file (/proc/acpi/event) and,
when an event occurs, executes programs to handle the event. The start
script loads all needed modules.

Configure it in /etc/sysconfig/powermanagement.

Clone of the game AtomicBomberMan

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