jwmud is a simple daemon implemented in python that's intended to be used on low-power devices like the Raspberry Pi to turn them into an alarm clock.

Helmut Pozimski 574fe5370b move README to README.md and add a few words on the status of the project 2 years ago
config 660b8ec298 Implemented the configuration class, added the configuration file to jwmud and set logger level and syslog facility according to the configuration values. Added a sample configuration file. 4 years ago
jwmudlib 29ea203ef5 Implemented general Daemon startup and privilege dropping, refined the daemon class. 4 years ago
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README.md

About

jwmud is a simple daemon implemented in python that's intended to be used on low-power devices like the Raspberry Pi to turn them into an alarm clock.

It allows you to set different times you want to be waked for the days of the week and also to configure categories of exceptions (e.g. for holidays or leave periods) that differ from the generally defined times.

To do the actual waking up, jwmud will call any command that is defined in the configuration file.

It is still a work in progress and not usable in any way.

Usage

jwmud: TBD

jwmuc: TBD

Dependencies

The following software is required to run jwmud:

  • Python 3.0 or higher

Copying

Please refer to the license file.

Configuration

TBD

Known issues

None yet, please contact me if you find any.

Installation

TBD