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ksynergy

   0.5  

KDE Other Utility

Score 60%
ksynergy
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.x
Downloads:  505
Submitted:  Aug 22 2006
Updated:  Mar 27 2009

Description:

Ksynergy is a simple wrapper for the command line utility synergy.

Let me know what you think.




Changelog:

0.5

passive popups show when client connects, disconnects

new ui layout

restart synergy if it crashes (1 second delay)

clients can connect via ssh (requires passwordless ssh keys)

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0.4

added a button to open up kwrite to edit the config file.

better system tray docking

restores state when restarted




LicenseGPL
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Slackware(slackware-11 v0.4)
Slackware(slamd64 12.2 v0.5)
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 Nice app.

 
 by pnunn on: Aug 22 2006
 
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The make file set isn't complete (no config nor make install on my download) but it compiled fine in kdevelop and installed.

Cool wrapper, pity I didn't have it a week ago, might have saved me some frustration setting it up the old way :)

Thanks.

Peter.


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 Re: Nice app.

 
 by sodamnmad on: Aug 23 2006
 
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Yeah, I'm not too experienced with setting up the build process. I'll try to iron it out a bit.

But this doesn't do the configuration. Its really just a little thing to help avoid needing the command line to run it. I've considered making it so it helps with the config, but I don't understand synergy's config process very well.


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 Feature request

 
 by yoho on: Aug 22 2006
 
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A killing feature would be to enable using synergy over ssh : open an ssh tunnel to the server, then launch synergy. A simple checkbox labeled "enable ssh tunnel" within ksynergy would be perfect.


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 Re: Feature request

 
 by sodamnmad on: Aug 23 2006
 
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Its funny how I never thought twice about typing in my passwords on the client machine... How do you tunnel it through ssh? I can probably add that it.


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 Re: Re: Feature requ

 
 by yoho on: Sep 15 2006
 
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Sorry, I didn't receive the notification of your answer in time.

How do you do this ? Well, you'll find a tutorial about synergy tunelling through ssh in the FAQ : http://synergy2.sourceforge.net/faq.html#faq5


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 Re: Re: Re: Feature

 
 by sodamnmad on: Apr 18 2007
 
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I've added ssh support to the clients but it assumes you have a private/public key setup so that you don't need a password. It will be released shortly.

Thanks for the tip.


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 Quicksynergy

 
 by MrGosh on: Oct 31 2006
 
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do you know this Programm it does it job very good, also in Linux:
http://quicksynergy.sourceforge.net/


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 Re: Quicksynergy

 
 by kjetil on: May 8 2007
 
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Quicksynergy is nice, but I got here looking for something that would fit in with the system tray, which it looks like it does.

I didn't manage to get it configured for compile though, and I haven't used kdevelop before, and it didn't get me there.

It wouldn't happen that someone had a pre-compiled kubuntu package for i386, would it?


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 QSynergy

 
 by cornelius on: Mar 29 2009
 
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I'm completely happy with QSynergy. This integrates nicely, sits in the system tray, is easy to use, and just works perfectly.


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 Re: QSynergy

 
 by sodamnmad on: Apr 1 2009
 
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wow. i just checked out the screenshots. that app looks great. i wonder if they imported the synergy code or converted it to a library. i've been considering that for a long time so that i can have more control over synergy itself. my app just shells out synergy and does all integration through its log messages. works great if you don't reduce log level. if you do, then connect/disconnect, etc. messages don't work.


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