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KSetiSaver

   0.3.4  

KDE Screensaver

Score 56%
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  19952
Submitted:  Mar 1 2002
Updated:  Jun 2 2003

Description:

Hi!

I developed this KDE screensaver which monitors a running Linux CLI client.

READ the README file very careful, and check the KSetiSaver homepage if you run into problems***


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If you have questions feel free to mail: sebastian@frozenlight.de
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Changelog:

A small bugfix release. This time all the fame should go to Sebastian Muszynski (basti@linkt.de) because he has done all fixes.

KSetiSaver
- is now able to handle client & data in different directories correctly (this was quite messed up)
- the error messages are more descriptive in some cases




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 404

 
 by Eudial on: Oct 5 2002
 
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;-;

it's a 404 error!


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 Error w' Mandrake9.0

 
 by jsheedy on: Oct 8 2002
 
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I cant get it to run under Mandrake 9.0. Seti works fine at a command prompt, but kseti complains about not being able to open file.

Here is what is says.
Couldn't open state.sah in directory /files/multimedia/seti
RETURNDED 0

The file is in the dir and has rw perms for my current user.

Not sure. Thanks for any help


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 I got this error too

 
 by holywen on: Oct 29 2002
 
Score 50%

I downloaded the latest command line
client ,and it comes with a xsetiathome,when I run the setiathome with a -graphics parameter,the xsetiathome works just fine.
but the screensaver just thow out a "cann't locate /opt/setiathome/state.sah ".and that file is exactly at the right place and the permission is rw for everyone(I changed to this after I saw this error ),but,not work at all.


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 fixed,code is here.

 
 by holywen on: Oct 29 2002
 
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you should change setiparse.cpp.
the following is diffrences between the old (setiparse.cpp) and the new (setiparse1.cpp).
root@holy-note:ksetisaver# diff setiparse.cpp setiparse1.cpp
70c70
ifstream in_st;
72,73c72,73
in_st.open(currFile.c_str());
> if (!in_st)
78,79c78,79

> while (in_st)
81c81
getline(in_st,currLine); //C++ I/O sucks...
84c84
in_st.close();
86a87
> ifstream in_ui;
88,89c89,91
std::cout in_ui.open(currFile.c_str());
> if (!in_ui)
95c97
while (in_ui)
97c99
getline(in_ui,currLine); //C++ I/O sucks...
100c102
in_ui.close();
102a105
> ifstream in_wu;
104,105c107,108
in_wu.open(currFile.c_str());
> if (!in_wu)
111c114
while (in_wu)
113c116
getline(in_wu,currLine); //C++ I/O sucks...
116c119
in_wu.close();


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 fixed,code is here.

 
 by holywen on: Oct 29 2002
 
Score 50%

you should change setiparse.cpp.
the following is diffrences between the old (setiparse.cpp) and the new (setiparse1.cpp).
root@holy-note:ksetisaver# diff setiparse.cpp setiparse1.cpp
70c70
ifstream in_st;
72,73c72,73
in_st.open(currFile.c_str());
> if (!in_st)
78,79c78,79

> while (in_st)
81c81
getline(in_st,currLine); //C++ I/O sucks...
84c84
in_st.close();
86a87
> ifstream in_ui;
88,89c89,91
std::cout in_ui.open(currFile.c_str());
> if (!in_ui)
95c97
while (in_ui)
97c99
getline(in_ui,currLine); //C++ I/O sucks...
100c102
in_ui.close();
102a105
> ifstream in_wu;
104,105c107,108
in_wu.open(currFile.c_str());
> if (!in_wu)
111c114
while (in_wu)
113c116
getline(in_wu,currLine); //C++ I/O sucks...
116c119
in_wu.close();


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 fixed,code is here.

 
 by geekboy2000 on: Dec 3 2002
 
Score 50%

I modified setiparse, got it to compile fine, but still, I get the error with respect to the .sah file. Setiathome works fine from the console, but KSetiSaver can't seem to find the .sah files. I'm running KDE 3.0.5-1 w/Redhat 8.0


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 ksetisaver 3.2

 
 by BOSSoNe on: Dec 16 2002
 
Score 50%

is out!
you can download the new version with KDE3 bugfixe on Sebastian's site and MDK9.0 rpms on my site.


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 Can't find data

 
 by geekboy2000 on: Dec 20 2002
 
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I just grabbed 3.2, but it still complains on startup that it can't find the data in /usr/bin. The user data, etc is there. I'm running RH 8/KDE 3.0.5-1. Any suggestions? Thanks!


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 set data location

 
 by BOSSoNe on: Dec 20 2002
 
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there is 2 ways to set the data directory.
first you have data and seti client in the same dir, so you have to check the "same data and client dir" option and to set the correct path of the client eg:
/usr/local/seti/
else, don't check the option and set the two corrects paths.


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 Data and bin path

 
 by geekboy2000 on: Dec 20 2002
 
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I do have both the data and bin in the same directory (/usr/bin), and have the box checked indicating that they are in the same directory/path, but I still get that error. I see an earlier tip about deleting the rc file for ksetisaver and starting over. I'll give that a try. Thanks.


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 still same problem

 
 by geekboy2000 on: Dec 20 2002
 
Score 50%

It (ksetisaver) is indicating that it can't access state.sah. I just confirmed the file is in the /usr/bin directory along with setiathome and ksetisaver, so I'm stumped once again. I did delete the ksetisaverrc file, and configured it again, but still, the same problem.


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 Found problem

 
 by geekboy2000 on: Dec 20 2002
 
Score 50%

My profound apologies if this is a "RTFM" issue, but it was as simple as me not using the trailing "/" at the end of the paths! Man thanks for a great app, it's working!! :)


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 mandrake 9 rpm's 3.3

 
 by zsoltb on: Dec 21 2002
 
Score 50%

with KsetiSaver.desktop on the right place ;-)

http://members.chello.at/zsolt.berczes/software/ksetisaver-0.3.3-1mdk.i586.rpm
http://members.chello.at/zsolt.berczes/software/ksetisaver-0.3.3-1mdk.src.rpm


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 rpms

 
 by BOSSoNe on: Dec 21 2002
 
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sorry but there's a little misfunction in your packages.
you have'nt correctly set some params of the rpm like rpm cat.
So you can download officials GPG signed packages on my site:
http://b1project.com


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 Your rpms?

 
 by jsheedy on: Mar 6 2003
 
Score 50%

I am not sure your rpms are correctly setup either. When I reboot the system the screensave is gone. Does some type of enter need to be in /usr/lib/menu?
J


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 Cool but hard

 
 by xeon on: Dec 9 2003
 
Score 50%

Finally i got it!
A very good and cool work, i especially like that it shows me lots of thing that seti does and that in the winzozz client there arent.
The funny thing is that it took me 2 days to compile and install it...boring bug, i need to do a 'make distclean' after ./configure, or else make report an error...(compiling from .tar.gz 0.3.4)


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 checking for X

 
 by botman on: Jan 26 2004
 
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hi, I have a problem when runing ./configure. after it says checking for X... it gives me the error: can't find X includes. What's it looking for? many thanks for helping a newbie.


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