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1.
query and manipulate user account information
Summary
procura e manipula informações da conta de utilizador
Translated by Francisco Cunha on 2013-09-24
Reviewed by Ivo Xavier on 2016-01-07
Located in Package: accountsservice
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GNU Accounting utilities for process and login accounting
Summary
(no translation yet)
Located in Package: acct
3.
GNU Accounting Utilities is a set of utilities which reports and summarizes data about user connect times and process execution statistics.
Description
GNU Accounting Utilities é um conjunto de utilitários que criam relatórios e resumos de dados sobre tempos de ligação de utilizadores e estatísticas de execução de processos.
Translated by Michael Vogt on 2009-09-16
Located in Package: acct
4.
"Login accounting" provides summaries of system resource usage based on connect time, and "process accounting" provides summaries based on the commands executed on the system.
Description
"Login accounting" fornece resumos de utilização de recursos do sistema baseados em tempos de ligação e "process accounting" disponibiliza resumos baseados nos comandos executados no sistema.
Translated by Michael Vogt on 2009-09-16
Reviewed by Carlos Manuel on 2012-02-10
Located in Package: acct
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The 'last' command is provided by the sysvinit package and not included here.
Description
O comando 'last' é disponibilizado pelo pacote sysvinit e não está incluído neste.
Translated by Michael Vogt on 2009-09-16
Located in Package: acct
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Access control list utilities
Summary
utilitários de lista de controlo de acesso (ACL)
Translated by Michael Vogt on 2018-01-03
Located in Package: acl
7.
This package contains the getfacl and setfacl utilities needed for manipulating access control lists.
Description
Este pacote contém os utilitários getfacl e setfacl necessários para manipular listas de controlo de acesso.
Translated by Michael Vogt on 2018-01-03
Located in Package: acl
8.
scripts for handling many ACPI events
Summary
scripts para manuseamento de vários eventos ACPI
Translated by Francisco Cunha on 2013-09-24
Reviewed by Ivo Xavier on 2016-01-25
Located in Package: acpi-support
9.
This package contains scripts to react to various ACPI events. It only includes scripts for events that can be supported with some level of safety cross platform.
Description
Este pacote contém scripts para reagirem a vários eventos ACPI. Apenas inclui scripts para eventos que podem ser suportados com uma plataforma de algum nível de segurança.
Translated by Michael Vogt on 2009-03-17
Located in Package: acpi-support
10.
It is able to:
* Detect loss and gain of AC power, lid closure, and the press of a
number of specific buttons (on Asus, IBM, Lenovo, Panasonic, Sony
and Toshiba laptops).
* Suspend, hibernate and resume the computer, with workarounds for
hardware that needs it.
* On some laptops, set screen brightness.
Description
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Permite:
* Detetar perda e ganho de energia de corrente alterna, o
fecho da tampa e o pressionar de vários botões específicos
(em portáteis Asus, IBM, Lenovo, Panasonic, Sony e Toshiba).
* Suspender, hibernar e acordar o computador, com os devidos
ajustes para hardware que deles necessite.
* Em alguns portáteis, ajustar o brilho do ecrã.
Translated and reviewed by Ivo Xavier on 2016-01-25
Located in Package: acpi-support
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Contributors to this translation: Alberto Almeida, Almufadado, Ana Sofia Paixão, Carlos Manuel, Diogo Lavareda, Francisco Cunha, Israel G. Lugo, Ivo Xavier, João Ricardo Lourenço, Michael Vogt, Nuno Machado, Rafael Bluhm.