Androbuntu - Android-integrated Home Automation using Ubuntu/GNOME

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Androbuntu is an open source utility for remote control of a GNOME desktop, targeted specifically at Ubuntu Linux. It consists of two components Ubuntu server and Android client. It uses the XFree86 "media keys" for playback and volume control.

http://code.google.com/p/androbuntu

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