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KFritz

   0.0.13  

KDE Networking Tool

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Homepage:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  1329
Submitted:  Feb 14 2010
Updated:  Dec 2 2013

Description:

A KDE program for users of AVMs Fritz!Box to get call signaling and other functions.

  • Call notification

    KFritz connects to the Fritz!Box to inform you about incoming calls. Detailed configuration is possible either in the KFritz user interface or KDE\'s system settings.

    To enable this feature you have to dial \"#96*5*\" with a telephone connected to the Fritz!Box. This works for all firmware versions >= xx.03.99

    You may experience problems when trying to dial \"#96*5*\" with an ISDN telephone. In such a case try to activate \"auto keypad\", \"dial * and #\" or some similar setting in your ISDN telephone. If your ISDN telephone contains no keypad support simply use an analogue telephone instead.

    If you do not want to be notified by every call, you can specify a list of MSNs you are interested on in the plugin\\\'s setup. Max. 22 monitored MSNs are supported.

  • Phone book support

    KFritz supports multiple phonebooks. You can configure which phonebooks are used. The order matters with respect to number lookup. When a call comes in, the plugin tries to resolve the number using the first configured phonebook. If that fails, it tries the second one, and so on.

    Fritz!Box phone book

    This accesses the Fritz!Box phonebook stored on the box itself.

    das-oertliche.de/nummerzoeker.com phone books

    This tries to resolve any number via online directories.

    Local Phonebook

    This is a local CSV file. It must be called \"localphonebook.csv\" and has to be placed in $KDEHOME/share/apps/kfritz/. Each line contains one entry in the following format: \"«name»,«type»,«number»\". «type» has to be replaced with a type code (1=home, 2=mobile, 3=work).


  • Fritz!Box call list

    Shows the call history. Missed calls are indicated in KDE\'s system bar.


  • f you discover any bug or have a feature request, use the KDE bugtracking at https://bugs.kde.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=kfritz&format=guided




    Changelog:

    2013-12-01: Version 0.0.13
    - Add support for username authentication
    (closes #320853 in KDE bugtracker)
    - Fix some compiler warnings




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     broken after computer suspends

     
     by gauda on: Mar 19 2010
     
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    after the computer comes up again from suspend kfritz stops working, e.g. when you get a call there is no notification!

    anyway, thanks for this great software! i love it!


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     Re: broken after computer suspends

     
     by jowi24 on: Mar 19 2010
     
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    I'm sorry I cannot reproduce this, running KFritz here on my laptop and memory suspend. Can you give details about your environment?


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     Re: Re: broken after computer suspends

     
     by FloPe on: Mar 21 2010
     
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    I can confirm this behaviour.

    KFritz stopps working after returning from Memory-Standby.


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     Re: Re: Re: broken after computer suspends

     
     by jowi24 on: Dec 24 2010
     
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    Please retry with kfritz 0.0.5 - is this fixed?


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     Feature wish

     
     by borisdigital on: Apr 20 2010
     
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    It would be really cool if kfritz
    could make use of phone numbers
    from my kde contacts (->kontact/kaddressbook).

    I'm looking forward to new versions
    with new features (someday?) ;)


    i like Linux, beer and big boobs.
    -> http://boris64.net

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     Re: Feature wish

     
     by jowi24 on: Apr 20 2010
     
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    Sure, new features and bug fixes will come :)


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     Kfritz

     
     by fabio70 on: Dec 15 2010
     
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    Hello, i've just compiled and installed your program (Kfritz) and it's great.

    The program works correctly except for language: i made an it.po file to have
    italian translation, obtaining the corresponding it.gmo after compiling, but
    when i try to change language it doesn't work (not only for italian, also de
    and nl).

    Other problem is the program always ask for fritz password and doesn't connect
    to kwallet.

    Any help please?

    Thanks in advance

    My log is:
    [kfritz/KFritzWindow.cpp:95] No access to KWallet.
    [libfritz++/Tools.cpp:100] detected codeset is 'UTF-8'
    [libfritz++/FritzClient.cpp:112] requesting login_sid.xml from Fritz!Box.
    [libfritz++/FritzClient.cpp:125] logging into fritz box using SIDs.
    [libfritz++/FritzClient.cpp:196] login successful.
    [libfritz++/FritzClient.cpp:291] Looking up Phone Settings...
    [libfritz++/FritzClient.cpp:251] interface language is de
    [libfritz++/Tools.cpp:258] Found LKZ 39
    [libfritz++/Tools.cpp:265] OKZ not set! Resolving phone numbers may not always
    work.
    [libfritz++/FritzClient.cpp:309] Looking up SIP Settings...
    [libfritz++/Tools.cpp:342] Found SIP0 () provider name
    [libfritz++/Tools.cpp:342] Found SIP1 () provider name
    [libfritz++/LocalFonbook.cpp:112] loading
    /home/user/.kde/share/apps/kfritz//localphonebook.csv
    [libfritz++/LocalFonbook.cpp:130] parse error at
    [libfritz++/LocalFonbook.cpp:134] read 16 entries.
    [libpthread++/PThread++.cpp:270] CallList: thread started (pid=8618, tid=8630)
    [libfritz++/FritzClient.cpp:328] sending callList request.
    [libpthread++/PThread++.cpp:270] CallList: thread started (pid=8618, tid=8630)
    [libpthread++/PThread++.cpp:270] FritzFonbook: thread started (pid=8618,
    tid=8629)
    [libpthread++/PThread++.cpp:270] fritzlistener: thread started (pid=8618,
    tid=8628)
    [libfritz++/Listener.cpp:79] Waiting for a message.
    [libfritz++/CallList.cpp:140] parser skipped line in calllist
    [libfritz++/CallList.cpp:140] parser skipped line in calllist
    [libfritz++/CallList.cpp:140] parser skipped line in calllist
    [libfritz++/CallList.cpp:210] CallList -> read 38 entries.
    [libpthread++/PThread++.cpp:272] CallList: thread ended (pid=8618, tid=8630)
    [libfritz++/FritzClient.cpp:366] sending fonbook request.
    [libfritz++/FritzFonbook.cpp:186] using charset utf-8
    [libfritz++/FritzFonbook.cpp:251] read 4 entries.
    [libpthread++/PThread++.cpp:272] FritzFonbook: thread ended (pid=8618,
    tid=8629)


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     Re: Kfritz

     
     by jowi24 on: Dec 15 2010
     
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    What about your environment (Distribution, KDE Version, etc.)? What are the exact steps to reproduce (including steps of compilation, installation)?

    I think there went something wrong, because compiled .po files end with .mo not .gmo here.

    Depending on your installation prefix, the file should be placed into PREFIX/share/locale/it_IT/LC_MESSAGES/kfritz.mo

    With regard to your kwallet issue, I can only assume a problem with your KDE installation, because you are the first having problems here.


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     Re: Re: Fritz

     
     by fabio70 on: Dec 16 2010
     
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    Thanks for quick replay. I'm using Mepis 8.5 (based on debian stable) and kde 4.3.4.

    For compiling i only made "make all" "make install".

    I dont know if my tip it's correct, i have only translated de.po in italian renaming to it.po. I have attached to my mail so you can check it up.

    After compiling with "make" i have it.gmo, de.gmo and nl.gmo. The installer renames the files to "kfritz.mo" and put them under:
    /usr/local/share/locale/it_IT/LC_MESSAGES/kfritz.mo.

    I think the problem it's my prefix that usually it's usr not usr/local.

    By the way, kfritz can see the languages but if i switch language (also to nl or de not only italian) it always show me english interface.

    This is the only problem i have (solved kwallet) cose the program works perfectly and it's really useful (thanks again for made it).


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     Re: Fritz

     
     by jowi24 on: Dec 16 2010
     
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    Hmm, I'm working too with the /usr/local prefix, but no problems with language support here. I'll check the .po file back at home.

    By the way, how did you solve the kwallet problem?


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     Re: Re: Fritz

     
     by fabio70 on: Dec 16 2010
     
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    It was a false problem (my mistake), because kwallet was disabled, re enabling it solved the "problem".

    ----------------------------
    [kfritz/KFritzWindow.cpp:85] Got password data from KWallet.
    ----------------------------------

    May the problem could be this?

    --------------------------
    [libfritz++/Tools.cpp:100] detected codeset is 'UTF-8'

    [libfritz++/FritzClient.cpp:251] interface language is de
    --------------------------


    As i said don't know if my it.po it's correct, but that isn't the matter (i think) because neither nl nor de works.

    By the way, if my po.it it's ok, you can use it in next release (or insert in the actual), if you want.

    It' would be nice to add this feature:

    right click on a number in the call list to add it to the local phone book.


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     Re: Fritz

     
     by jowi24 on: Dec 16 2010
     
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    Adding numbers:
    Adding numbers to local and Fritz!Box phone book is on its way in the next release of KFritz, stay tuned ;-)

    Interface language:
    The interface language in the log is the actually the language of the Fritz!Box webinterface. The interface language of KFritz is handled by KDE, so I've currently no clue whats going wrong here.

    KWallet:
    Great this is solved. :)


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     Re: Re: Fritz

     
     by fabio70 on: Dec 16 2010
     
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    It was a false problem (my mistake), because kwallet was disabled, re enabling it solved the "problem".

    ----------------------------
    [kfritz/KFritzWindow.cpp:85] Got password data from KWallet.
    ----------------------------------

    May the problem could be this?

    --------------------------
    [libfritz++/Tools.cpp:100] detected codeset is 'UTF-8'

    [libfritz++/FritzClient.cpp:251] interface language is de
    --------------------------


    As i said don't know if my it.po it's correct, but that isn't the matter (i think) because neither nl nor de works.

    By the way, if my po.it it's ok, you can use it in next release (or insert in the actual), if you want.

    It' would be nice to add this feature:

    right click on a number in the call list to add it to the local phone book.


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     Build failure: XmlFonbook.cpp

     
     by rbos on: Dec 26 2010
     
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    I get a build failure. The error is:
    libfritz++/XmlFonbook.cpp: In member function ‘std::string fritz::XmlFonbook::SerializeToXml()’:
    I get a build failure. The error is:
    libfritz++/XmlFonbook.cpp: In member function ‘std::string fritz::XmlFonbook::SerializeToXml()’:

    Line 235 contains:
    233 std::string XmlFonbook::SerializeToXml() {
    234
    235 std::stringstream result;
    236 result << "<?xml version=\"1.0\" encoding=\"" << charset << "\"?>"

    According this page http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=117531 (comment #4), it is fixed with including sstream. After I included that, I was able to compile it indeed!


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     Re: Build failure: KCalllistMo

     
     by rbos on: Dec 26 2010
     
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    [ 94%] /usr/src/packages/BUILD/kfritz-0.0.5/KCalllistModel.cpp: In member function 'virtual void KCalllistModel::sort(int, Qt::SortOrder)':
    /usr/src/packages/BUILD/kfritz-0.0.5/KCalllistModel.cpp:137: error: 'cout' is not a member of 'std'

    Solved by adding: #include <iostream> to KCalllistModel.cpp


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     Re: Re: Build failure: KCalllistMo

     
     by jowi24 on: Dec 26 2010
     
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    I added both missing includes, thanks for reporting.


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     Thanks and wishes

     
     by ub1x on: Dec 28 2010
     
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    At first - thanks for this nice application.

    Since some years, I use the JFritz application with my Fritz!Box 7170. Since some month, I updated to a Fritz!Box 7390, which works very well. But the JAVA app. integrates not so good as your KFritz ;-)

    On your KFritz I only miss the, comment field behind each call. I use this to add additional information’s against the call (i.e. name from caller if number is not present, Ordering information from phone orders, reasons from call, and many more).

    Happy new year
    Ulf


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     Re: Thanks and wishes

     
     by jowi24 on: Dec 29 2010
     
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    At this time, KFritz provides no internal storage for caching the call list between restarts. It syncs with the Fritz!Box' call list at startup and after incoming or outgoing calls.

    Thus adding a comment field cannot currently be implemented easily.


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     Re: Re: Thanks and wishes

     
     by ub1x on: Dec 29 2010
     
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    Thanks for your answer.

    But I hope - that you can integrate this in a later Version (like 1.0).

    Happy new year


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     thx!

     
     by ach on: Jan 14 2011
     
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    Thanks a lot for working on Fritz!Box support in KDE!

    I've read already, that you work on adding Phone# entries via kfritz. Really looking forward to use it!! Bonus would be drag and drop between kaddressbook or kmail vcard attachments

    My(!) ultimate goal/wish for KDE integration is
    a) access the fritzbox phonebook in akonadi and therefore kaddressbook too.
    b) sync fritzbox phonebook, kaddressbook and your favorite mobile phone.

    Thx a lot again,
    Achim


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