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Tool to shutdown system when there is no network traffic
I am looking for a script or a tool which I can turn on, when needed, which shuts down my computer if there is e.g. no network traffic for say 10 minutes, or below 100kb for example. Would be really ...
Feb 19 '12 at 9:13
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