Ever wondered how your Raspberry Pi is doing?
Needed to restart or shutdown your RPI or kill a process?
Make use of Command Pi and track your CPU usage, memory usage, temperature, turbo mode settings and restart or shutdown your RPI in one click in an easy to use interface.
Command Pi will automatically detect processes like XBMC and give you the option to restart/terminate them.
Whether you are pushing your RPI to the optimal overclocked settings, or just using your RPI as a mediacenter: Command Pi is the tool to make your life easier.
Attention: SSH needs to be enabled on your RPI
Extra note: let us know which processes you would like to be able to terminate (like XBMC). We will add them to the auto detect list.
- More processes in the automatic detection list
-Bug fixes for several Linux distributions
- Added FAQ/more info hyperlink
- Added an input field for the SSH port number
This version is tested with the latest versions of:
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Works awesome for me.
Does what I need it to. Shows me stats and I can restart my pi with a tap. Would be awesome to be able to write custom commands to send with a button click. Make it happen!
Don't waste your money. Worked partially then failed. Just crashes or hangs.
Pretty good start IMO!
Works as advertised for me, not sure why it's crashing for everyone else. I'm not sure if it matters, but I'm using this with my Pi running the latest version of openelec. I'm only giving it 3-stars because the app's pretty basic. Two feature requests would be to be able to create multiple connection profiles for if you have multiple Pi; only one right now. The other feature request would be, instead of asking for processes of interest to restart and create a button for it, since we're SSH'd in, how about leverage the ps command and display a table of running processes. Then allow the user to select one to restart or kill. This provides a lot more flexibility and is a lot easier for you to manage since different people may want different services. All in all, definitely a good start with this app...
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.