AndroBuntu is an open source app to remotely control Ubuntu with Android smartphone.


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Developer: Karl Ostmo

Category: Communications

Latest version: 0.1.0

Total versions: 1

Submitted: 30 Nov 2010

Updated: 30 Nov 2010


AndroBuntu is an open source utility for remote control of a GNOME desktop, targeted specifically at Ubuntu Linux.

- Uses the XFree86 "media keys" for playback and volume control
- Scripted "bedtime mode" button, which blanks the computer screen, shuts off lights, and starts an alarm clock app (currently hardcoded to NightClock)
- X10 device control
- A "beam text blurb" function that will append to a pre-specified file on the server

The remote control is implemented by the use of two modules together: Ubuntu server and Android client. This app is the Android client part. The Ubuntu server module can be downloaded from the project's page:


AndroBuntu 0.1.0 seem to be the latest available version. Below you can find file(s) assigned to this version:

Description/changelog of AndroBuntu 0.1.0:

Initial release: May 10, 2009.


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