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KWireless Tools Pro

   1.2  

KDE System Tool

Score 74%
KWireless Tools Pro
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KWireless Tools Pro
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KWireless Tools Pro
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Link:  http://
Minimum required   PyKDE/PyQt
Downloads:  2925
Submitted:  Aug 1 2007
Updated:  Aug 21 2007

Description:


The Wireless Tools utility for Debian is completely different from that for other linux based systems. Therefore, KDE Control Center and other common applications cannot setup/modify your wireless connections.

Features:
- Discover access points
- Manage connections, AP database
- Continuous monitor (for adjusting your antenna, or you check the signal stability)
- Setup default connection (by modifying the system configuration file)

This application uses codes from the following GPL licensed projects:
PyWireless by S.Çaglar Onur
http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php/PyWireless?content=28637
(You can see more screenshots here.)
and
Gestor Guifi by Julian Coccia (http://julian.coccia.com)
http://freshmeat.net/projects/guifi/


KWireless Tools Pro is intended to Debian based systems. It must work on Ubuntu from Feisty.
Although you can convert it to rpm/tgz but some functions like Setup Default Connection Start/Stop Default Connection will not work on other systems. Moreover on SuSE 10.2, the Continuous Monitor also will not work. Essential packages are missing. They were present in the 9.x series. You need the following packages as dependences: python, pyQt3, pyKDE, pyQwt4, perl-GTK2, wireless-tools, dhcp-client, resolvconf, ifupdown and wpa supplicant (if you use WPA encoding).




Changelog:


Changlog for version 1.2

- More additional parameters for the default connection
- Additional parameters are saved from this version
- Some make-up.


Changlog for version 1.1

- Manage Connection module resize problem has been fixed.
- WPA support for default connection. (I cannot test it, feedback need.)
- Solution for systems having more than one wireless device.




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Debian
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 Missing dependence

 
 by trisz on: Aug 1 2007
 
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A missing dependence: package ifupdown.
Please, install it!


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 Nice

 
 by seraphyn on: Aug 1 2007
 
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Possibility to have the sources without deb ?

Greetings Seraphyn


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 Re: Nice

 
 by trisz on: Aug 1 2007
 
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This is a python/perl application.
The package contains only "source".
See:
/usr/share/PyWireless

Convert it with alien, or extract it vith Ark!


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 Re: Re: Nice

 
 by seraphyn on: Aug 1 2007
 
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// Convert it with alien, or extract it vith Ark! \\

Got Debian, this was a Question for translation.
Will have a look at the package and we will see.

Thx

Seraphyn


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 WPA

 
 by oooooops on: Aug 2 2007
 
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It doesn't appear to support WPA. Plans for that?


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 Re: WPA

 
 by trisz on: Aug 2 2007
 
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I would give a solution for WPA, but to tell the thruth, I cannot test it. It would be a touch-typing not python programming. If you could test it...


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 Manage Connections..

 
 by KDH on: Aug 3 2007
 
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...is not working right for me. When ever I try to open the manage connections dialog it will immediately resize itself so that the window doesn't fit on my laptop's 1024x768 display. Any idea what might be causing it?


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 Re: Manage Connections..

 
 by trisz on: Aug 3 2007
 
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Is it the only problem?

There are a gtk-qt setup in the KDE Control Center. Install the gtk-qt package. Try to alter the settings.
Other style, font size ...
These features cannot be adjusted by programming. They are depends on system settings.


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 Re: Re: Manage Connections..

 
 by KDH on: Aug 3 2007
 
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Alright, I figured out what the problem was. It was resizing because I have three DNS servers automatically configured whenever I connect to my router, and the script was displaying each one on its own line forcing everything to spread out


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 Good

 
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i've PyWireless and i've found this program pretty good. I can connect myself to an AP monitoring frequency at the same time with no loss-memory.
Unfortunately i have Kubuntu Feisty and Continuos Monitor doesn't work..is there any workaroud about?
tnx


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 Re: Good

 
 by trisz on: Aug 9 2007
 
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You have to install the python-qwt4 library.
If it is installed, please open a terminal and type:

python /usr/share/PyWireless/monitorWindow.py + the name of your active interface as an argument (ra0, ath0, wlan0...)

or without the controls:

python /usr/share/PyWireless/monitor.py

What kind of error message appears?


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 monitorwindow broken

 
 by paai on: Jan 14 2008
 
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Hi,
I get no reaction in my monitor window.


when I start monitorwindow by hand, I get a cascade of
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Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/share/PyWireless/monitor.py", line 193, in timerEvent
self.setCurveData(self.keys[key], self.timeData, self.data[key])
TypeError: expected is
(*) a list or tuple of Python numbers.
(*) a NumPy array coercible to PyArray_DOUBLE.
(!) rebuild PyQwt to support Numeric arrays.
(!) rebuild PyQwt to support numarray arrays.

Paai.


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 monitorwindow broken

 
 by paai on: Jan 14 2008
 
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Hi,
I get no reaction in my monitor window.


when I start monitorwindow by hand, I get a cascade of
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Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/share/PyWireless/monitor.py", line 193, in timerEvent
self.setCurveData(self.keys[key], self.timeData, self.data[key])
TypeError: expected is
(*) a list or tuple of Python numbers.
(*) a NumPy array coercible to PyArray_DOUBLE.
(!) rebuild PyQwt to support Numeric arrays.
(!) rebuild PyQwt to support numarray arrays.

Paai.


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 ok..works!

 
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python-qwt4

i missed this packet. Now i can confirm that Monitor works great on kubuntu 7.04
:)

this is the previous error:

ImportError: No module named Qwt4.Qwt

tnx


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