Ivman 0.6.13 reviewDownload
Ivman is an extremely flexible desktop independent frontend to HAL, the userspace Hardware Abstraction Layer for Linux (http://en.wik
Ivman is an extremely flexible desktop independent frontend to HAL, the userspace Hardware Abstraction Layer for Linux (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linux).
Ivman can be used to execute arbitrary commands when devices are added to or removed from your system, or when device properties change. Any properties of the new or changed device can be included within the executed command.
Here are some key features of "Ivman":
mount/unmount CDs/DVDs/removable USB drives (this is Ivman's original purpose)
start CD player or ripper or anything else you like when an audio CD is inserted
start Xine or MPlayer or anything else you like when a video DVD is inserted
run commands when a specific CD or DVD is inserted (e.g. immediately eject a Windows XP CD :-)
run commands when your network interfaces are activated or deactivated
have nice little popups appear on your desktop when new hardware is attached
pretty much anything else you can think of, as long as your hardware is supported by HAL.
What's New in This Release:
Some DBus assertion errors were fixed.
Ivman 0.6.13 keywords