Search results for "module:Sys"

Sys::FS - filesystem interaction tools River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

TEX/Sys-FS-0.11 - 27 Nov 2012 18:47:20 UTC

Sys::Apm - Perl extension for APM River stage zero No dependents

This module allows you to query your battery status and such through /proc/apm...

RLZWART/Sys-Apm-0.05 - 29 Jun 2003 06:51:03 UTC

Sys::Run - Run commands and handle their output. River stage one • 8 direct dependents • 8 total dependents

TEX/Sys-Run-0.16 - 03 Jul 2014 07:26:34 UTC

Sys::Cmd - run a system command or spawn a system processes River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 2 total dependents

Sys::Cmd lets you run system commands and capture their output, or spawn and interact with a system process through its "STDIN", "STDOUT", and "STDERR" file handles. The following functions are exported on demand by this module: run( @cmd, [\%opt] ) ...

MLAWREN/Sys-Cmd-0.99.0 - 05 Oct 2022 10:50:19 UTC

Sys::Sig - return signal constants for this host River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 2 total dependents

MIKER/Sys-Sig-0.05 - 27 Jan 2014 22:41:45 UTC

Sys::Net - system network information or actions River stage zero No dependents

The purpouse is to find out network information or perform system network actions. System network interfaces for the moment works just for Linux, and gets only ipv4 ip of the system interfaces. Will be extended when a need arrise....

JKUTEJ/Test-Server-0.06 - 11 Dec 2009 16:06:26 UTC

Sys::Path - supply autoconf style installation directories River stage two • 3 direct dependents • 16 total dependents

The goal is that Sys::Path provides autoconf style system paths. The default paths for file locations are based on <http://www.pathname.com/fhs/> (Filesystem Hierarchy Standard) if the Perl was installed in /usr. For all other non-standard Perl insta...

JKUTEJ/Sys-Path-0.16 - 13 Oct 2017 18:32:55 UTC

Sys::Pipe - pipe2() in Perl River stage zero No dependents

Ever wish you could create a pipe that starts out non-blocking? Linux and a number of other OSes can do this via a proprietary "pipe2()" system call; this little library exposes that functionality to Perl....

FELIPE/Sys-Pipe-0.02 - 23 Jun 2020 12:27:09 UTC

SPVM::Sys - System Calls such as File IO, User, Process, Socket, River stage zero No dependents

"Sys" is the class for system utilities such as file IO, user manipulation, process, socket,...

KIMOTO/SPVM-Sys-0.08 - 04 Oct 2022 08:04:15 UTC

Sys::Virt - Represent and manage a libvirt hypervisor connection River stage zero No dependents

The Sys::Virt module provides a Perl XS binding to the libvirt virtual machine management APIs. This allows machines running within arbitrary virtualization containers to be managed with a consistent API....

DANBERR/Sys-Virt-v8.8.0 - 05 Oct 2022 09:07:09 UTC

Sys::Ibam - Perl extension for the intellegent battery monitor River stage zero No dependents

Sys::Ibam is a Perl extension for the ingellegent battery monitor by Sebastian Ritterbusch <Sebastian@Ritterbusch.de>. It uses statistical and adaptive linear methods to provide accurate estimations of minutes of battery left or of the time needed un...

FLORA/Sys-Ibam-0.05 - 05 Apr 2005 16:22:25 UTC

Sys::Info River stage three • 10 direct dependents • 233 total dependents

Extracts and collects information from the host system....

BURAK/Sys-Info-0.7811 - 25 Dec 2018 01:11:26 UTC

Sys::Mmap - uses mmap to map in a file as a Perl variable River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

The Sys::Mmap module uses the POSIX mmap <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mmap> call to map in a file as a Perl variable. Memory access by mmap may be shared between threads or forked processes, and may be a disc file that has been mapped into memory. ...

TODDR/Sys-Mmap-0.20 - 13 Feb 2020 18:36:50 UTC

Sys::Load - Perl module for getting the current system load and uptime River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

getload() returns 3 elements: representing load averages over the last 1, 5 and 15 minutes. On failure empty list is returned. uptime() returns the system uptime in seconds. Returns 0 on failure. EXPORT None by default....

BARABAS/Sys-Load-0.2 - 01 Sep 2002 10:01:55 UTC

Sys::Utmp - Object(ish) Interface to UTMP files. River stage zero No dependents

Sys::Utmp provides a vaguely object oriented interface to the Unix user accounting file ( sometimes /etc/utmp or /var/run/utmp). Whilst it would prefer to use the getutent() function from the systems C libraries it will attempt to provide its own if ...

JSTOWE/Sys-Utmp-1.8 - 29 Sep 2017 19:07:33 UTC

Sys::Gamin - Perl interface to Gamin (File Access Monitor implementation) River stage zero No dependents

Provides a somewhat higher-level and friendlier interface to the Gamin File Access Monitor API. This allows one to monitor both local and remote (NFS-mounted) files and directories for common filesystem events. To do so, you must register "monitors" ...

GARNACHO/Sys-Gamin-0.1 - 11 Nov 2005 18:16:44 UTC

Sys::Pushd - change directory temporarily River stage zero No dependents

Synopsis pretty much says it all. Based conceptually on SelectSaver. Multiple directories may be given, in which case they will be chdird to in order encountered....

JGLICK/Sys-Pushd-0.001 - 20 Sep 1997 21:11:27 UTC

Sys::Mknod - make special files River stage zero No dependents

mknod - creates special files. Why use system() when you can use syscall()? $mode is the resultant file mode, and defaults to 0666. It does not override your umask....

SAMV/Sys-Mknod-0.02 - 05 Jan 2004 06:01:47 UTC

Sys::Trace - Interface to system call tracing interfaces River stage zero No dependents

Provides a way to programmatically run or trace a program and see the system calls it makes. This can be useful during testing as a way to ensure a particular file is actually opened, or another hard to test interaction actually occurs. Currently sup...

DGL/Sys-Trace-0.03 - 05 Jul 2010 19:28:51 UTC

Sys::Prctl - Give access to prctl system call from Perl River stage one • 3 direct dependents • 3 total dependents

This is simple module that wraps the prctl system call. Currently only the PR_SET_NAME and PR_GET_NAME are implemented. This can be use to change the process name as reported by "ps -A" and be killable will killall....

TLBDK/Sys-Prctl-1.02 - 20 Sep 2011 10:57:18 UTC
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