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kubpppoegui

   1.0.05  

KDE Kommander Script

Score 68%
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Link:  Link
Depends on  Kommander
Downloads:  696
Submitted:  May 23 2007

Description:

KubPPPoEGui is a little script kommander for start and stop pppoeconf internet connection.

Install KubPPPoEGui , open konsole terminal and type:

- sudo apt-get install kommander
- wget http://kubpppoegui.googlecode.com/files/kubpppoegui-1.0.05_i386-en.deb
- sudo dpkg -i kubpppoegui-1.0.05_i386-en.deb

Start by Menu-K - Internet - KubPPPoEGui

or.. execute command: kmdr-executor kubpppoegui




Changelog:

KubPPPoEGui 1.0.05 is a first release.




LicenseGPL
Ubuntu(kubpppoegui 1.0.05 en Deb)
Ubuntu(kubpppoegui 1.0.05 fr Deb)
Ubuntu(kubpppoegui 1.0.05 kmdr source)
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 how it works?

 
 by DoruHush on: May 24 2007
 
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I install the program.The process was flawless.The launcher was installed under internet applications.When I click on the launcher icon nothing happen.
I work usually on ubuntu Gnome but I have the KDE-desktop installed as well, and the kubpppoegui installation was done under KDE environment(I saw that it doesn't matter if I do the installation under gnome or under kde).


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 Re: how it works?

 
 by kubunteros on: May 24 2007
 
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KubPPPoEGui is a Kde application and requires Kommander to function. I did not test under Gnome. Installed the Kommander application?


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 Re: Re: how it works

 
 by DoruHush on: May 24 2007
 
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Thank you for you advice.But I said that I have KDE as well.This was not the problem.
I finally make it work (in gnome as well--it is your program you should be proud).
My great mistake was that I do not have previously install kommander.After I do that all came in to place except the program icon itself.I found the launcher under /usr/share/applnk/Internet and drag him on the upper panel and to my surprise just works.
Thank you for your program.


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 requires sudo

 
 by kthakar on: May 25 2007
 
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this script doesn't work because simply doing poff dsl-provider doesn't work on my comp. I need to execute the pon and poff commands with sudo. Is there a workaround for this?


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 Re: requires sudo

 
 by kubunteros on: May 25 2007
 
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I do not have this problem, but, open terminal konsole and try this:
kdesu kmdr-executor /usr/bin/kubpppoegui.kmdr
(replace kdesu by sudo at your choice)


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 Re: Re: requires sud

 
 by kubunteros on: May 25 2007
 
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or try this:
Open terminal Konsole and to give full rights to pon and poff:
sudo chmod a+x /usr/bin/pon
sudo chmod a+x /usr/bin/poff
and retry


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 Re: Re: requires sud

 
 by kthakar on: May 25 2007
 
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using kdesu obviously works. adding execute permission to all users doesn't work though.

i want to know how to execute pon and poff without su. there has to be some method.


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 Re: Re: Re: requires

 
 by kubunteros on: May 25 2007
 
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humm...also, try this:
chown root:root /usr/bin/kubpppoegui.kmdr
chmod +s /usr/bin/kubpppoegui.kmdr


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: requ

 
 by kthakar on: May 26 2007
 
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it doesn't work.

I even tried changing the /etc/sudoers file by adding this entry

%users ALL=NOPASSWD:/usr/bin/pon,/usr/bin/poff

This doesn't seem to work either


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by kubunteros on: Jun 5 2007
 
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Also..try this:
Open konsole and type:

sudo adduser YOURNAME dip

and reboot kde session.


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 missing icon in tray

 
 by aldin on: Jun 3 2007
 
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hi, after installing this app i saw that there is no icon in my tray as seen on your screenshot?

distro: kubuntu 7.04

ps:
very nice app though, btw i sent u an e-mail...


Just sudo it!
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 no tray icon

 
 by freki on: Jan 6 2008
 
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works very well here! nicely done. but i have no tray-icon on gutsy, only the start/stop window.


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