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Plasmoid Binary

Score 77%



Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  1021
Submitted:  Nov 5 2011
Updated:  Nov 6 2013


eYaSDP is a plasmoid that allows to set a number of system buttons in your panel or desktop for comfortable and quick access.

[*] Features
- Actions: Shut-down, Reboot, Log-out, Lock screen, Hibernate, Suspend, Switch user and Turn-off screen
- Customizable number of buttons
- Contextual menu actions
- Customizable icons
- It scales to fit your panel size
- Multilingual support

If you find a bug or have thought about a new feature, please, feel free to post your feedback.

[*] Supported languages:
- English (default)
- French
- German
- Greek
- Italian
- Russian
- Spanish
- Ukrainian
- Translators are welcome. Please, see the translation kit below.

[*] Integrity checks for eyasdp-1.2.0.tar.bz2:
- MD5Sum: 811c091990b9b525abdbb1c6892e93d5
- SHA1Sum: 7b2e459d9894f47b31d87dc32e5ea90721745915


2013-11-06 - v.1.2.0
- Added integration with systemd-logind DBus system (suspend & hibernate)
- Fallback to UPower DBus system when systemd-logind not available (suspend & hibernate)
- Added Gentoo Linux ebuild installation script (thanks to Kroz)

2013-09-22 - v.1.1.0
- Added Russian translation (thanks to Alex Kolesnik)
- Added Ukrainian translation (thanks to Alex Kolesnik)
- Removed some compilation warnings

2013-09-03 - v.1.0.0
- Fixed incompatibilities with Qt 4.8 / KDE 4.11
- Improved way of invoking DBus objects

2011-12-12 - v.0.9.0
- Added Greek translation (thanks to Dimitrios Glentadakis)
- Added Italian translation (thanks to Davide Mora)

2011-11-28 - v.0.8.0
- Added new standard KDE Help entry in the contextual menu
- Added German translation (thanks to Nils Görs)
- Fixed some literals lack of space in the Settings dialog to show French translation

2011-11-14 - v.0.7.0
- Adapt the layout depending on the panel orientation (thanks to Downdiagonal for his patch!)
- Added French translation (thanks to Bribanick Dominique)
- Notify the user if an action cannot be carried out
- Removed some compilation warnings

2011-11-08 - v.0.6.0
- Added multilingual support (i18n)

2011-11-05 - v.0.5.0
- First public version

(Source code)
Arch(ArchLinux AUR link)
other(Chakra CCR link)
Gentoo(Gentoo ebuild link)
other(Mageia RPM)
(Translation kit)
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 Very nice

 by dglent on: Nov 6 2011
Score 50%

It fits excellent with the small screen of the netbook. Specially in netbook-plasma we have only right clik → Shutdown

I'd like to share the rpm for Mageia 1 64bit

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 Re: Very nice

 by Musikolo on: Nov 6 2011
Score 50%

Hi Dglent,

It's great know you liked it. I have added your package to the download section.

Thanks for your contribution.

Best regards.

Yoper - The fastest out-of-the-box distro! http://www.yoper.com
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 Re: Re: Very nice

 by dglent on: Nov 6 2011
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i'd like to share the rpm for 32bit too :


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 Good plasmoid...

 by chepioq on: Nov 7 2011
Score 50%

It's a very good and useful plasmoid.

If you want, I help you to internationalize your job...

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 Re: Good plasmoid...

 by Musikolo on: Nov 8 2011
Score 50%

Hi Chepioq,

I have just released a new version adding multilingual support (i18n). If you are still interested in helping, please, download the Translation kit above and follow the included instructions .

Thanks a lot for your support! ;-)

Yoper - The fastest out-of-the-box distro! http://www.yoper.com
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 Nice Plasmoid

 by downdiagonal on: Nov 8 2011
Score 50%

Thanks for the plasmoid. I just had one problem with the rows in a vertical panel so I made a small modification that swaps rows and columns when the panel is vertical. With the change, one row translates to one vertical column in a vertical panel.

The patch is here: http://paste.debian.net/143937/

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 Re: Nice Plasmoid

 by Musikolo on: Nov 8 2011
Score 50%

Hi Downdiagonal,

I have released a new version before I realized of your patch, utch! So, I have already applied locally and it will be part of the next release that, hopefully, should be in the following days.

Thanks a lot for your contribution! ;-)

Yoper - The fastest out-of-the-box distro! http://www.yoper.com
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 ccr link for chakra linux

 by kdekda on: Nov 16 2011
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 Re: ccr link for chakra linux

 by Musikolo on: Nov 16 2011
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Hi Kdekda,


Thanks for your support.

Best regards.

Yoper - The fastest out-of-the-box distro! http://www.yoper.com
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 Re: Re: ccr link for chakra linux

 by kdekda on: Nov 17 2011
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thanks to you, not to me!

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 problem with Fedora20 rawhide

 by chepioq on: Sep 4 2013
Score 50%

I test with Fedora20 rawhide, but I have error :

[dominique@host build]$ cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=`kde4-config --prefix` ..
-- The C compiler identification is GNU 4.8.1
-- The CXX compiler identification is GNU 4.8.1
-- Check for working C compiler: /usr/bin/cc
-- Check for working C compiler: /usr/bin/cc -- works
-- Detecting C compiler ABI info
-- Detecting C compiler ABI info - done
-- Check for working CXX compiler: /usr/bin/c++
-- Check for working CXX compiler: /usr/bin/c++ -- works
-- Detecting CXX compiler ABI info
-- Detecting CXX compiler ABI info - done
CMake Error at /usr/share/cmake/Modules/FindKDE4.cmake:98 (message):
ERROR: cmake/modules/FindKDE4Internal.cmake not found in
Call Stack (most recent call first):
CMakeLists.txt:8 (find_package)

CMake Warning (dev) in CMakeLists.txt:
No cmake_minimum_required command is present. A line of code such as

cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 2.8)

should be added at the top of the file. The version specified may be lower
if you wish to support older CMake versions for this project. For more
information run "cmake --help-policy CMP0000".
This warning is for project developers. Use -Wno-dev to suppress it.

-- Configuring incomplete, errors occurred!

What is the problem ?

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 Re: problem with Fedora20 rawhide

 by chepioq on: Sep 4 2013
Score 50%

I am stupid, I forgot install the devel packages...

Now all work fine.

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 Gentoo installation

 by Kroz on: Oct 16 2013
Score 50%

Thank you for this wonderful plasmoid.

Below you can see Gentoo Ebuild.

Dear Musikolo Yoper. the content of this Ebuild is quite self-descriptive. If you will find something to correct or add, please, let me know. You can also put the script below the line to file named "plasma-eyasdp-1.1.0.ebuild" and attach it to this page as installation package for Gentoo; Gentoo-guys know what to do with this file.

File: /usr/local/portage/kde-misc/plasma-eyasdp/plasma-eyasdp-1.1.0.ebuild


inherit cmake-utils kde4-base

DESCRIPTION="KDE4 plasmoid. eYaSDP allows to set a number of system buttons in your panel or desktop for comfortable and quick access."


KEYWORDS="~x86 ~amd64"


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 Re: Gentoo installation

 by Musikolo on: Oct 31 2013
Score 50%

Hi Kroz,

Sorry for my delayed response, but I couldn't do it sooner.

Please, check out whether this ebuild file looks good to you: https://gitorious.org/eyasdp/eyasdp/source/18eaba9ea3858cc85072ec7a2fca18157f1de9e6:plasma-eyasdp.ebuild

One question: is it needed the file name to have the version number, or is it OK without it?

As soon as you give me the green light, I'll add it to the master branch.

Thanks a lot for your contribution.

Best regards.

Yoper - The fastest out-of-the-box distro! http://www.yoper.com
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 Re: Re: Gentoo installation

 by Kroz on: Nov 4 2013
Score 50%

Hello, Musikolo.

> Please, check out whether this ebuild file looks good to you
That version of build will work. But after some discussions in forums, and I have improved it, here is a new version: http://pastebin.com/KcRqDrt0 . So the new ebuild is more correct rather from ideological point of view.

> is it needed the file name to have the version number, or is it OK without it?
Name of .ebuild file? Yes. File name shall be exactly "plasma-eyasdp-1.1.0.ebuild" . By that way
1) Gentoo distinguishes package's name (used during installation, so, installation will look like `emerge plasma-eyasdp`) and version (used for version control)
2) name of .ebuild file is used in definition of working directory when compiling; you can mention that with `S="${WORKDIR}/${P#plasma-}"` I cut "plasma-" prefix from default name of working directory; that is because I decided to name package as "plasma-eyasdp-1.1.0", not "eyasdp-1.1.0" = name of the directory in the archive.

Note, that I assumed, that this plasmoid depends only on KDE plasma 4.7.0 or above, or any library used by (dependency) of KDE plasma. If you think that some other dependencies (or specific versions of some libraries) shall be explicitly mentioned, please, let me know.

Please, save text from http://pastebin.com/KcRqDrt0 to file plasma-eyasdp-1.1.0.ebuild , attach this file to eYaSDP's page with comment "(Gentoo ebuild)" .

Let me thank you again for this wonderful plasmoid: I use it every day :)

Best regards,

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