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KNemo

   0.7.6  

KDE Networking Tool

Score 88%
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Link:  http://
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  71082
Submitted:  May 30 2004
Updated:  Dec 4 2012

Description:

KNemo - the KDE Network Monitor

A detailed review of the KNemo 0.4.7 can be found at Softpedia:
http://www.softpedia.com/reviews/linux/KNemo-Review-53310.shtml

KNemo offers a network monitor similar to the one found in Windows. For every network interface it displays an icon in the systray. It can also optionally montor traffic statistics.




Changelog:

Version 0.7.6
  • Tweak the dialogs to make them a bit more compact

  • Make the traffic plotter widgets behave more like those in the KDE System Monitor

  • Fix a few minor bugs that gave us wrong values in the traffic plotter range



  • LicenseGPL
    Source(KNemo 0.7.6 source)
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     Very useful app

     
     by enr1x on: Nov 6 2006
     
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    This is indeed a must-have app! What i like of it, is that i won't have to run dmesg | tail anymore to see if any cable has been disconnected! Is it possible to add bytes/second label? Could be great for benchmarking. Thanks a lot!


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     Re: Very useful app

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Nov 8 2006
     
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    Thanks for the compliment! :-)

    Surely I can implement this... as soon as I started work on KNemo again. The last weeks I was 'evaluating' many Linux distributions to see where they stand and which of them fits best with my needs.

    I found that Mandriva has the nicest control center and is really fast, Freespire looks amazingly good but openSuSE still has the most configuration options in Yast. I would prefer a mix of those 3...

    Another thing is that I am not sure if a further development of KNemo makes any sense as there are now many KNemo-like programs out there. And there is even (K)NetworkManager which not only monitors your connections but also let you configure them. Is there still a need for a tool like KNemo?

    Let me see what comes out of all my pondering... :-)


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     Re: Re: Very useful app

     
     by enr1x on: Nov 9 2006
     
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    Try arch linux. is the distro i use and, by far, it's the best i know of. i have already tried gentoo, debian, ubuntu, kubuntu, suse, and even installed knoppix to hard disk. But Arch Linux is different, as it's incredibly easy to install (although it's text mode) and the main system configuration is made in a text file called rc.conf. The package manager resolves dependencies and the user base is very helpful. Try it if you want to know the ultimate distro ;)

    Have fun,

    Enric


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     BTW

     
     by enr1x on: Nov 9 2006
     
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    By the way, i have tried Knetworkmanager, but i prefer your app. I do know how to configure networks by text mode, which, imho, its more efficient and fast. Thanks for the suggestion, but i will be looking forward for another Knemo release, which will solve some bugs, for sure.


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     Re: Re: Very useful app

     
     by ach on: Nov 9 2006
     
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    Hi Percy,

    simplified: knetworkmanager goal is to manage network access, knemo one to show info/statistics. Overlap: Both have to monitor the interface status to reach their goal.

    And there I see future of knemo: refactor the info/statistics handling into a library. This way knetworkmanger can be extended with
    much missing info/statistics features.
    (or course ask k-n-m authors first if
    they don't have other plans ;)

    And for other, who don't like/need k-n-m, they can continue to use knemo.

    Integration/cooporation is one of the strength of KDE. But lot's of apps in kde-apps are 'only' selfcontained.
    Providing a core funktionality (via lib, plugins, or DCOP) and application
    wrapper is IMHO much better, because
    other apps can make use of them.

    To the extreme: splitting the data collecting and widgets doing the visualisation, into separate libs would allow the dozends of networkstatus applets authors work on/with a common core and just implement their favorite UI.

    Achim -- how favours yet another distro ;)


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     Re: Re: Very useful app

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Nov 15 2006
     
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    Ok, so yesterday I created and payed my Mandriva-Club-Account as I wanted to support one distribution with some money and I liked the 'overall-expierence' of Mandriva most.

    So hopefully this chapter is closed and KNemo development will continue...


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     Re: Very useful app

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Dec 9 2006
     
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    Hi, me again. :-)

    You asked me to add a "bytes/second label" and first I thought I knew what you meant. But now I am not sure.

    As you certainly know there is already a label for up- and download speed on the traffic tab of the status dialog and there is also one that can be switched on for the tooltip.

    What kind of label have you meant and which information should it contain?


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     Automatic Startup?

     
     by milkycow on: Nov 7 2006
     
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    Now that KNemo is no longer started using the Service Manager, how do we go about having it startup with KDE?


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     Re: Automatic Startup?

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Nov 8 2006
     
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    Go to the KDE Control Center -> Internet and Networking and open the KNemo configuration dialog (Network Monitor). There is now an option at the top of the dialog saying something like "Use KNemo to monitor your interfaces".

    Activate it and KNemo should start with KDE.


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     Suggestion

     
     by mithrilhall on: Nov 13 2006
     
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    How hard would it be to add a 'release/renew' to the right-click menu when it's in the system tray?


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     Re: Suggestion

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Nov 14 2006
     
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    If you know the commands you need to use on the command line (this is different for every distribution, that's why I didn't add them directly to KNemo) you can add these commands in the configuration dialog of KNemo. The option can be found on the interface-tab of the config-dialog and is named 'Context Menu'.

    Take a look at this screenshot to see what I mean: http://www.kde-apps.org/content/pre2/12956-2.png


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     Re: Re: Suggestion

     
     by mithrilhall on: Nov 28 2006
     
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    Thanks HagbardCeline.

    I'll give it a shot tonight.


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     Re: Re: Suggestion

     
     by mithrilhall on: Dec 1 2006
     
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    For some reason, when I double-click the column to edit nothing happens.

    Is there a file I can edit manually?


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     Re: Re: Re: Suggesti

     
     by mithrilhall on: Dec 1 2006
     
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    Nevermind...I got it to work.


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     Where is the conf?

     
     by zenguz on: Nov 19 2006
     
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    I can not find

    The KDE Control Center -> Internet and Networking

    There is only:
    KDE Control Center -> Network
    but not Network Monitor in there.

    I am running Mandriva 10.2


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     Re: Where is the conf?

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Nov 21 2006
     
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    Please try 'kcmshell kcm_knemo' on the commandline to see if this brings up the control center module.

    If not, where did you install KNemo? I had and have many problems when installing it in ~/.kde (thats were I install compiled KDE sources as user for some reasons I don't really remember). Did you run configure with the --prefix argument?


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     Resource consumption

     
     by cb400f on: Dec 21 2006
     
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    Following the recommendations I'll post about my experience wrt. ressource consumption on 2.6.18 kernel.

    On openSUSE 10.2 beta (2.6.18 kernel, knemo 0.4.6 from openSUSE buildservice package) I noticed a lot of write activity on my disk - it seemed to be related to syslog. Since disabling syslog stopped the activity. Here's my openSUSE bugreport about the issue:
    https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=220146

    The problem did not exist on SUSE Linux 10.1 with knemo 0.4.6 - so it might be kernel related, might be something else - I'm not savvy enough to tell.

    I hope you can find a way to fix this problem - because I've been a huge fan of knemo ever since I started using Linux.


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     Re: Resource consumption

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Dec 24 2006
     
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    Hmm, I thought heavy disc activity only occurs with the nettools backend, so have you tried the sys backend? The bugreport you posted showed 'ifconfig' and 'iwconfig' in the output of dmesg, so I guess you are running nettools backend.


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     Re: Re: Resource consumption

     
     by cb400f on: Dec 25 2006
     
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    You're absolutely right, sorry.

    Switched to sys-backend, no more write-problems.

    Will report back if the sys-backend causes high cpu-usage, nothing so far.


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     Love it in FreeBSD

     
     by Arabian on: Dec 22 2006
     
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    Good app, I really love it.

    Can you please update the FreeBSD port?


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     Re: Love it in FreeBSD

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Dec 24 2006
     
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    I wasn't aware that there is a BSD version of KNemo. Long time ago a BSD users asked me if I could port KNemo to BSD because the format of the output of 'ifconfig' (used to gather the network information) seemed to be different between BSD and Linux. So I thought that KNemo is not working on BSD...

    But anyway, if there is a port of KNemo for BSD it wasn't done by me. Please contact the original creator of the port for an updated version... or use the source from here. ;-)


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     Love it in FreeBSD

     
     by Arabian on: Dec 25 2006
     
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    I'll email the KNemo port maintainer to upgrade to the latest one.

    I would like to see few things added in KNemo.

    1. The ability to connect the Wireless Network you desire.

    2. Display the signal strength of the wireless and the SSID of it, so you can connect to the stronger ssid, for example, I have ssid "WeArab.Net" and "WeArab.Net 2" in home, the later is the repeater ssid name.

    3. Configure the Network you want to connect to, to use WPA, configure the options like hidden ssid, DHCP, or static IP, ..etc.


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     Re: Love it in FreeBSD

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Dec 25 2006
     
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    Well, KNemo is only supposed to be a network monitor, hence the name. The only way to configure your network via KNemo is to use the custom commands you can setup for every interface in the configuration dialog. This means that only if you are able to configure your interface by running a single command on the command line you will be able to use KNemo for configuration by adding this entry to the context menu of KNemo.

    If you need more options to configure your network KNemo might not be the right program for you...


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     Re: Love it in FreeBSD

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Dec 25 2006
     
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    BTW: you could ask the port maintainer for FreeBSD if he adapted the backend to work on BSD. If so he is maybe interessted in adding his work as a new backend to KNemo. Then KNemo could support (Free)BSD out of the box which is something I also had in mind when I created the new backend architecture.


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