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Kalasnikof

   1.5.2  

KDE Kommander Script

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Kalasnikof
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Link:  Link
Depends on  Kommander
Downloads:  775
Submitted:  Mar 20 2008
Updated:  Aug 7 2008

Description:

A simple kommander script to kill...
1)Kill your time , killing Bill (xpenguins with theme "Bill")
2)Processes by name
3)Zombie processes
4)A client by its X resource (xkill)
5)The Top Cpu process
6)The X Window System


Dependencies:
xkill,killall,kdesu (kdesudo),kommander 1.3(kde 3.5.9),whoami,xpenguins(with theme "Bill")

How to run:
Create a link to application and write in the "Command:" textbox:
"kmdr-executor /The path to the file/kalasnikof.kmdr"
You can also add it to a panel or in the Kmenu.

Enjoy :-) and don't forget to vote it!




Changelog:

#1.3#
1)Added "About" and "Help" dialog.
2)Added "kill processes by name" choice.
#1.5#
1)Added xpenguins with theme "Bill"
#1.5.1#
1)After kernel update the choice "5)The Top Cpu process" stop working.
Now in 1.5.1 this bug fixed.
#1.5.2#
1)No more need the kdialog
2)New look




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 Avoid KDialog

 
 by sequitur on: Mar 21 2008
 
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Hi,
looks popular. If you want to run a bash shebang then you can use the old parser @functions. In your zombie code try replacing:
kdialog --msgbox "No zombies found!"
with
@Message.info("no zombies found")

Notice how much faster the dialog comes up? bash in general is pretty slow and KDialog going back and forth to the shell is unfortunately glacial in Kommander which already has an internal KDialog process loaded as part of the executing window. ;)


Eric Laffoon
kdewebdev (Quanta/Kommander) project lead

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 Re: Avoid KDialog

 
 by ftso on: Mar 21 2008
 
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I use kdialog because if you put this code :
<code>
#!/bin/bash
a=1
if [ $a -eq "1" ] ; then

@Message.info("1")

elif [ $a -eq "2" ]

@Message.info("2")

fi
</code>

into a execButton , the @Message.info("1") and @Message.info("2") will execute independent the if's restriction.


Sorry for my bad english :-(
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 Re: Avoid KDialog

 
 by ftso on: Aug 7 2008
 
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Done!


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 It looks nice

 
 by LinuxDooM on: Apr 3 2008
 
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Good project with a little bit humor ;) Continue development but i don't know what you can do with your program yet.


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 Re: It looks nice

 
 by ftso on: Apr 3 2008
 
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Thanks...
Thats my problem...i don't know how to continue development.

If somebody has a idea for kalasnikof , please write it here!


Sorry for my bad English!

Signomh gia ta Agglika mou!

:-)

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 Re: Re: It looks nice

 
 by google01103 on: Apr 4 2008
 
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suggestions:

change "kill by name" so the term searched for is any matching text not just matched at the start. Example "kalash" will not find the process but "kmdr" will.

"kill bill" should not be first option presented



Suse 10.3 x64, KDE 3.59, Opera 9.x weekly build
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 Re: Re: It looks nice

 
 by google01103 on: Apr 4 2008
 
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suggestions:

change "kill by name" so the term searched for is any matching text not just matched at the start. Example "kalash" will not find the process but "kmdr" will.

"kill bill" should not be first option presented



Suse 10.3 x64, KDE 3.59, Opera 9.x weekly build
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 Re: Re: It looks nice

 
 by google01103 on: Apr 4 2008
 
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suggestions:

change "kill by name" so the term searched for is any matching text not just matched at the start. Example "kalash" will not find the process but "kmdr" will.

"kill bill" should not be first option presented



Suse 10.3 x64, KDE 3.59, Opera 9.x weekly build
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 Re: Re: It looks nice

 
 by google01103 on: Apr 4 2008
 
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suggestions:

change "kill by name" so the term searched for is any matching text not just matched at the start. Example "kalash" will not find the process but "kmdr" will.

"kill bill" should not be first option presented



Suse 10.3 x64, KDE 3.59, Opera 9.x weekly build
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 Re: Re: Re: It looks

 
 by ftso on: Apr 4 2008
 
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Quote:

change "kill by name" so the term searched for is any matching text not just matched at the start. Example "kalash" will not find the process but "kmdr" will.


The "kill by name" use the "killall" and do something like TAB TAB...
When you write in terminal "killall amar" and then hit TAB TAB the "amar" will become "amarok".
Kalasnikof is not a process, it is a kommander script.The process is the kmdr-executor so if you want to kill the kalasnikof you must kill the kmdr-executor.


Quote:

"kill bill" should not be first option presented


The choices shape a pyramid for nice look, for that i put the "kill bill" choice on top.


Thanks for your observations...


Sorry for my bad English...
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 Re: Re: Re: It looks

 
 by ftso on: Apr 4 2008
 
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Quote:

change "kill by name" so the term searched for is any matching text not just matched at the start. Example "kalash" will not find the process but "kmdr" will.


The "kill by name" use the "killall" and do something like TAB TAB...
When you write in terminal "killall amar" and then hit TAB TAB the "amar" will become "amarok".
Kalasnikof is not a process, it is a kommander script.The process is the kmdr-executor so if you want to kill the kalasnikof you must kill the kmdr-executor.


Quote:

"kill bill" should not be first option presented


The choices shape a pyramid for nice look, for that i put the "kill bill" choice on top.


Thanks for your observations...


Sorry for my bad English...
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 Re: Re: Re: It looks

 
 by ftso on: Apr 4 2008
 
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Quote:

change "kill by name" so the term searched for is any matching text not just matched at the start. Example "kalash" will not find the process but "kmdr" will.


The "kill by name" use the "killall" and do something like TAB TAB...
When you write in terminal "killall amar" and then hit TAB TAB the "amar" will become "amarok".
Kalasnikof is not a process, it is a kommander script.The process is the kmdr-executor so if you want to kill the kalasnikof you must kill the kmdr-executor.


Quote:

"kill bill" should not be first option presented


The choices shape a pyramid for nice look, for that i put the "kill bill" choice on top.


Thanks for your observations...


Sorry for my bad English...
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: It looks

 
 by google01103 on: Apr 4 2008
 
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but there is a process that has the string "Kalash" in it and is found by the ps command - maybe this should be used instead of the current method

ps aux|grep Kalas
smiley 17314 0.6 1.3 148508 21072 ? S 14:15 0:00 kmdr-executor /home/smiley/MyTemp/Kalasnikof/Kalasnikof.kmdr


Suse 10.3 x64, KDE 3.59, Opera 9.x weekly build
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by ftso on: Apr 5 2008
 
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Yes , but if you try to kill with killall
that process (kmdr-executor /home/smiley/MyTemp/Kalasnikof/Kalasnikof.kmdr)
then all kommander processes will die.


Sorry for bad English!
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