Cross-platform builds of Power Manager Control, pmctl, to connect to and manage DssW Power Manager running on macOS.
Controlling Power Manager
pmctl is the main command line tool for Power Manager. Using
pmctl you can find, connect to, and manage the Power Manager Scheduler running on Mac computers.
pmctl guide to learn how to use the tool.
pmctl is included with Power Manager for macOS, and below you can download copies for Linux and Windows.
Below are ready to use downloads for Linux and Windows. You need to download the edition appropriate to your operating system and hardware.
The latest version of
pmctl is 5.10.0. You can check the version you have by running the command:
ARM – including Raspberry Pi and Pine
Download the appropriate
pmctl.linux-arm edition for your device. Use
uname -m to determine which architecture you need:
To use the downloaded file on Linux, it must be expanded. The file is provided as a
bzip format. Expand the file using the command:
tar -xf pmctl.linux-*.tbz
To use the downloaded file on Windows, it must be expanded. The file is provided as a standard
zip file. See Microsoft’s Zip and unzip files for help.
If there are platforms you would like to see
pmctl support, please let us know.