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Kay

   0.4.0  

KDE Hardware Utility

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Link:  Link
Depends on  KDE 3.4.x
Downloads:  1936
Submitted:  Jun 22 2005
Updated:  Jun 27 2005

Description:

Kay README
============================
(c) 2005 the Kay authors

0) Introduction:

Kay is a device plugged notifier for KDE. It's composed by a KDEDModule and a
KCModule and listen to the media events.

1) Compilation/Installation:

In order to compile kay you have to have the followings libs installed on your
system:
- kdelibs4
- qt3

You need to have KDE 3.4 in order to use kay, because it uses the media kioslave
of Kevin Ottens.

Further informations on the installation procedure can be found in the INSTALL
file.

2) Usage:

Once kay is installed, do the following things to do to get it working:

Have a automount tool (like usbmount or ivman) and it's all!

3) Troobleshootings:

Q: I have the can't access to object error.
A: The KDED module kayd might not be running. Activate it from KControl.

Q: There is no way to run the Kay service.
A: Verify that you have KDE 3.4.




Changelog:

Kay ChangeLog
============================
(c) 2005 the Kay authors

VERSION 0.4.0
FEATURES:
* Automatic media plugged listening (thanks to Kevin Ottens for his advices).
* Use media mime type for dialog style.
* Configuration dialog has been enhanced.
* Action selection dialog has been enhanced.
* More categories, now based on the MimeType.
* Use the media URL instead of the file one.
* Use a hook to get and store actions. This will make packaging easier (thanks to Achim Bonhet for his advices).
* Use desktop files instead of xml files to store the actions.
* Actions setted in kay now are also available in the media contextual menu.
* You can now call the action configure dialog from the action dialog.
* Action dialog now do and automatic update if an action is added or removed.
FIXES:
* Better icon handling. You can now use the icon name.
* Many memory leaks fixed.

VERSION 0.3.2
FEATURES:
* Dialog style (USB Device, Audio CD, ...).
* Action showing now depend on style

VERSION 0.3.1
FIXES:
* Unuseful libkay.la no more installed.
* Missing *.moc inclusions added.

VERSION 0.3
FIXES:
* KDEDModule now starts.
* KCModule load the good config file.
* Using good KDE dir to store actions files.

VERSION 0.2
FEATURES:
* Kay is now a KDEDModule.
* Setup is now a KCModule.

VERSION 0.1
FEATURES:
* Notification dialog.
* Configuration system.
* DCOP service.
* XML configuration storage.
* Automatic actions.




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 DCOP interface

 
 by trueg on: Jul 29 2005
 
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Has Kay a dcop interface to disable listening for a certain device?

If so I would integrate it into K3b to disable it while burning. Otherwise I would just kill it and restart it after the burning finished like I do with the SuSEPlugger.


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 The files ?

 
 by l1nux on: Jul 31 2005
 
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where is the files ?
The requested URL /fichiers/devel/kay/kay-0.4.0.tar.gz was not found on this server.
The requested URL /fichiers/debian/kay_0.4.0-1_i386.deb was not found on this server.

Thanks.


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 Re: The files ?

 
 by jrfaller on: Aug 1 2005
 
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Sorry i have ripped of the files because Kay has been integrated, after a lot of debuggage, refactoring and features add, in KDE. So i'am afraid that you will be forced to wait untill october to have the medianotifier (in KDE 3.5).

I hope you'll like it.

Regards.


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 kay+k3b

 
 by mattepiu on: Apr 1 2006
 
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how can I tell kay to just open k3b when
an empty disc is inserted? I get "wrong
defined url" if I just call "k3b"


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