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Fullscreen text mode manager for Boinc client

boinctui is a fullscreen text mode control tool for BOINC client It can manage local and remote clients (via boinc RPC), and allows you to switch between clients with a hot key. boinctui uses curses library and provides the following features: * Fullscreen curses based text user interface * Switch between several BOINC clients hosts via hot key * View task list (run, queue, suspend e.t.c state) * View message list * Suspend/Resume/Abort tasks * Update/Suspend/Resume/Reset/No New Task/Allow New Task for projects * Toggle activity state GPU and CPU tasks * Run benchmarks * Manage BOINC client on remote hosts via boinc_gui protocol



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License: gpl-3.0+

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Date 2015-07-17
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