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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:  71016
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
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     knemo doesn't start

     
     by mforce2 on: Sep 7 2008
     
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    Although I did check the option to "use Knemo to monitor my interfaces" in the Control Center Knemo won't start.
    By looking at the Startup Services in Control Center I can see that Knemo isn't running and when I try to manually start it I get an unable to start service.
    I'm using KDE 3.5.9 on a less know distro called Frugalware. I have no idea why this happens.
    I would have liked to see some error messages so I could at least try and figure what's going on but don't know where to look for logs or something.
    Any help with this would be appreciated.


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     KNemo in KDE 4

     
     by cd1 on: Nov 22 2008
     
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    How do I start KNemo in KDE 4?


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     kde4

     
     by ghabit on: Jan 4 2009
     
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    Actually there are no way to run knemo under kde4.
    Whatever, will be some realisation for kde4? Maybe some cool plasmoid?


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     Re: kde4

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Jan 5 2009
     
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    Hi, sorry but there won't be a version of KNemo for KDE4.

    I have no time and no need for it at the moment. ;-)


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     Re: Re: kde4

     
     by ghabit on: Jan 7 2009
     
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    It's really sad, your software was extremly important for me and for most kde users on post-sovetic territory because of simple and easy connection with statistic, keeping in mind very high prices of internet traffic.


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     Re: Re: Re: kde4

     
     by alonbl on: Jan 30 2009
     
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    I also beg for a version for kde-4, I use knemo all the time, I like the custom menu feature and the hints.

    The system network monitor that comes with kde-4.2 is unusable, even the monitored interface name is not shown not speaking about custom menus or interface status.


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: kde4

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Feb 4 2009
     
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    To be honest, since one year I am using Gnome, so the chances for a KDE4 port - at least from me - are very small. ;-)

    It's good to see that even after that long time there are still people that like using KNemo - on the other side this project was done by myself because I had the need for a small and flexible network monitor. But that was back in 2004. Even if I would still use KDE the network monitors coming with most distributions would be enough for my needs. I can connect and disconnect several connections, I have a visual feedback and status for every connection, that's all I want.

    So sorry to disappoint you... but hey, there is hope: http://vizzzion.org/?blogentry=839

    Seems very promising to me.


    h.c.
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     Re: kde4

     
     by Rinse on: Feb 10 2009
     
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    You ken use knemo3 under kde4.
    install kdebase3 and knemo, open kcontrol from the commandline and configure knemo as discribed in the manual of knemo.
    Then create a script containing the following commmand:

    dcop kded kded loadModule knemod

    and ensure that the script starts with kde4.


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     Re: Re: kde4

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Feb 17 2009
     
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    Hi,

    thanks for your hints! I added them to the top of the page as many people seem to miss KNemo under KDE4.


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     It's ported to KDE4

     
     by jstamp on: Feb 19 2009
     
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    It works pretty well so far, with some lingering minor issues here and there.

    Since the port is a quickly moving target, tarballs aren't very helpful right now. So until things calm down you can track the "kde4" branch in my git repo:

    git://git.mehercule.net/knemo.git


    A few quick notes:

    To keep your old setup just drop the old knemorc into ~/.kde4/share/confg

    This version is no longer a KDED module. Like kmix, klipper, etc., it's an app that autostarts on session startup. The only difference you'll see is that there's a Quit entry in the popup menu.

    The config module is located at SystemSettings | Network Settings | Network Monitor.

    You will most likely see icon artifacts when there is traffic. This is apparently a Qt issue that will be fixed in Qt 4.5. I worked around it for myself by creating opaque backgrounds for each of the icons. If you want to do the same, you can drop them in ~/.kde4/share/apps/knemo/pics

    Cheers.


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     Re: It's ported to KDE4

     
     by Reiser990 on: Feb 21 2009
     
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    how to build it? i not found configure script or makefile in src directory :(


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     Re: Re: It's ported to KDE4

     
     by jstamp on: Feb 21 2009
     
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    Sorry about that. I was so busy porting that just hadn't gotten around to updating the build instructions yet.

    KNemo, like a lot of other KDE4 apps, uses cmake. I pushed an update that should make it a bit easier to compile. See INSTALL for new build instructions and dependency requirements. The update also comes with a basic configure script. Please let me know how it goes.


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     Congratulation

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Feb 21 2009
     
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    Congratulation, it's your project now!


    h.c.
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     Re: Congratulation

     
     by jstamp on: Feb 21 2009
     
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    Thanks! Wow, that was fast.


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     Re: Re: Re: It's ported to KDE

     
     by alonbl on: Feb 21 2009
     
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    Hi!
    Thank you for porting!
    But I cannot find the configure script...
    Also... At cmake world, the autoconf is not needed anymore... And I don't see any cmake related stuff in the git repository.
    Can you please hlpe?
    Thanks!


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: It's ported to KDE

     
     by jstamp on: Feb 21 2009
     
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    I think I know what's happening. It's probably because you are still on the master branch.

    In your cloned repo do this:

    git branch --track kde4 origin/kde4
    git checkout kde4
    git pull (in case I did anything recent, which is very likely)

    Now you just run ./configure or follow the directions in INSTALL

    Does that help?


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: It's ported to KDE

     
     by Reiser990 on: Feb 21 2009
     
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    Great, it works!! Thanks for your port and i hope it will develop and
    improve


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: It's ported to KDE

     
     by jstamp on: Feb 22 2009
     
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    Good. Glad to see it actually works for someone else.



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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: It's porte

     
     by alonbl on: Feb 23 2009
     
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    Hi!

    I cannot compile it...

    ld: cannot find -lKDE4Workspace__solidcontrol

    Does anyone knows where this library comes from?

    I have the followings instaled:
    kde-base/solid-4.2.0
    kde-base/soliduiserver-4.2.0
    kde-base/libkworkspace-4.2.0
    kde-base/plasma-workspace-4.2.0
    kde-base/kcontrol-4.2.0-r1

    Thanks!


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: It's porte

     
     by jstamp on: Feb 24 2009
     
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    Try this.

    In the top-level CMakeLists.txt delete this line:
    find_package( KDE4Workspace REQUIRED )

    In src/knemod/CMakelists.txt delete this snippet of text:
    ${KDE4WORKSPACE_SOLIDCONTROL_LIBS}

    Does that work?



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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: It's porte

     
     by devel0per on: Feb 28 2009
     
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    Here is a patch for gentoo ebuild - http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=260656.

    Should be dropped into kde-testing overlay soon.

    I think that patch should be usable for another distros.



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     I've missed this one!

     
     by joth666 on: Feb 23 2009
     
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    So thanks for porting it to KDE4!

    Only one small problem: the traffic plotter rather likes hogging my CPU if I bring it up. And closing the plotter again doesn't help either.

    Then again, since the rest works as expected (so far at least...) I can live with that.


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     Re: I've missed this one!

     
     by jstamp on: Feb 23 2009
     
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    Hmm. The traffic plotter doesn't seem to hog my CPU, but I'll definitely look into this.


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     Plotter bugs

     
     by nucleas on: Feb 25 2009
     
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    Thank you, jstamp for porting KNemo to KDE 4.

    The traffic plotter crashes if Pixel per time period 0.

    Automatic range detection works not very good.
    Range don't changes long time when large graphs disappears
    http://s2.ipicture.ru/uploads/090225/6qxSyh2xTu.png

    Range don't changes from MiB/s to KB/s
    http://s2.ipicture.ru/uploads/090225/FL49gmjZYc.png


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     Re: Plotter bugs

     
     by jstamp on: Feb 26 2009
     
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    Quote:
    The traffic plotter crashes if Pixel per time period 0.


    Thanks for finding that. I'll fix that soon.

    Quote:
    Automatic range detection works not very good.
    Range don't changes long time when large graphs disappears


    I noticed that too. But if you stretch the plotter window horizontally you should still see the large graphs. You'll also see similar behavior with ksysguard's plotter, but I'll check if maybe there's a way to make this work more intuitively.

    Quote:
    Range don't changes from MiB/s to KB/s


    Thanks. There are a couple of other traffic plotter bugs that I noticed. I'll add this to the list.


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