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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:  71024
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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     No Configure dialog

     
     by tlibasci on: Jul 13 2004
     
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    Compiled and installed OK on Mandrake 10 (over an installation of 0.1.9 with the src mods), and starts OK.

    Only problem is that I right-click and choose "Configure KNemo..." and I get...nothing.

    Any ideas?


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     Re: No Configure dia

     
     by AussieJohn on: Jul 13 2004
     
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    Yes same goes for me. The other guy just beat me to it. The new version install went AOK as I had described to you for the earlier version. Right clicking shows that the programme has upgraded to the new version 1.10 OK and all is working OK in that monitoring is proceeding normally. I do not need to reopen the configuration panel since there is nothing I need to change but I just ran a check of everything and found that the Config.panel would not open.

    By the way. Thanks for your hard work and endeavour, it is sincerely appreciated by the likes of me who would not even know where to start with something like this.

    Cheers. John.

    69.5yrs young from Cairns, Qld., Australia


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     Re: Re: No Configure dia

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Jul 13 2004
     
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    > I do not need to reopen the configuration panel since there is
    > nothing I need to change but I just ran a check of everything and found
    > that the Config.panel would not open.

    Hmm, does this mean that your solution, to run configure --prefix=/usr, does not work?


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     Re: Re: Re: No Confi

     
     by tlibasci on: Jul 14 2004
     
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    Could you re-post the code changes required for Mandrake?

    Thanks for a great app. Even if it looks like Micro$oft's, it does the job and does it well.


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: No Confi

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Jul 14 2004
     
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    Sure here they are:

    Change line 238 in the file knemod/interfaceicon.cpp and line 59 in the file knemod/knemodaemon.cpp from


    process << "kcmshell" << "kcm_knemo";

    to

    process << "kcmshell" << "/usr/share/applnk/Settings/Network/kcm_knemo";

    In order to get the entry for the configuration dialog in the control
    center please copy the file kcm_knemo.desktop from /usr/share/applnk/Settings/Network to /usr/share/applnk-mdk/System/Configuration/KDE/Network.

    Let me know if this works and if you also need the 'configure --prefix=/usr'.


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     Great KDE extension

     
     by anton on: Jul 13 2004
     
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    Wow, what a great feature to add to KDE! I have been looking for this functionality for a long time, and here it is with all the glory of KDE!

    I think this feature should be included in the base KDE packages and enabled by distributions by default.

    One question/suggesting: why did you make the "connect" and "disconnect" commands off by default? It would be nice to at least have the "Menu Text" and "Command" fields filled in by default (ex. "Connect" "ifup eth0").

    Great Job!


    Anton Markov

    *LINUX - MAY THE SOURCE BE WITH YOU!*

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     Re: Great KDE extension

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Jul 13 2004
     
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    > why did you make the "connect" and "disconnect" commands off by default?

    I thought that this would be the most meaningful selection for most people... sometimes even KDE people try to learn from Gnome and try to have good defaults in their applications. ;-)


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     I like it very much!

     
     by yglodt on: Jul 13 2004
     
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    Even it looks kinda like windows, it gives you access to some nice-to-have-information with ease!

    Copying is not bad, just try to make it better than the original!


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     Re: I like it very much!

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Jul 13 2004
     
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    Good to hear! :-)


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     traffic counter bug

     
     by sarahb523 on: Jul 13 2004
     
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    somthing goes wrong with the traffic counters in 0.1.10. knemo said that I transferred 12.0 GB in both directions. Great, but I have a 56k modem and this value is impossible.

    BTW I wish to hide all entries except my customized "start/stop" entries from the context menu. Could you make it possible that I can add more than 2 commands to the context menu?

    Anyway great and usefull app! Thanks for that!


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     Re: traffic counter bug

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Jul 13 2004
     
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    Oh yes, I had the same behaviour lately with my modem connection it displayed 4GB traffic. The problem is that KNemo calls 'ifconfig' every second but when calling it for the first time it takes the reported values for 'sent' and 'received' and stores them. It seems that when calling 'ifconfig' in a "bad moment" i.e. directly after the connection has been established it will deliver these false values. When the next call to 'ifconfig' delivers good values KNemo will ignore them as it counts the transfered bytes on itself.

    So the problem is clear, the solution isn't.

    > BTW I wish to hide all entries except my customized "start/stop" entries from
    > the context menu. Could you make it possible that I can add more than 2
    > commands to the context menu?

    I put start and stop at the bottom of the list so you don't have to move over all other entries with the mouse before reaching them. I thought that this is enough for 'ease of use'.

    I'm already thinking if adding a third configurable entry which people can use to configure the interface by calling 'NetGo' or 'KNetworkConf'. But the entry will allow you to insert any command you wish, so yes, a third entry is on its way.


    h.c.
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     Re: traffic counter bug

     
     by sarahb523 on: Jul 13 2004
     
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    why don't you make a dynamic list of commands?


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     Re: Re: traffic counter bug

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Jul 14 2004
     
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    Let me meditate over this... :-)


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     time controled kppp

     
     by sarahb523 on: Jul 15 2004
     
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    here is a script to dial a time dependend kppp account.
    Save this e.g. as tcdial.sh in /usr/local/bin/ and add the command "tcdial.sh" into knemo as "connect" entry.
    (modify the script to match your provider settings. P1=600 means "Provider 1" begins at 6:00)

    #!/bin/bash
    # tcdail.sh
    KPPPCMD="kstart --skiptaskbar kppp -q -c "
    TIME=`date +%H%M`

    P1=600
    P1A="freenet18"

    P2=1800
    P2A="freenet"

    P3=2359
    P3A="freenet18"

    if [ $TIME -ge 0 -a $TIME -lt $P1 ]; then
    $KPPPCMD $P1A
    elif [ $TIME -ge $P1 -a $TIME -lt $P2 ]; then
    $KPPPCMD $P2A
    elif [ $TIME -ge $P2 -a $TIME -lt $P3 ]; then
    $KPPPCMD $P3A
    else
    kdialog --error "No provider to dial."
    fi


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     Re: time controled kppp

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Jul 15 2004
     
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    Oh nice,

    I think this is a much more elegant solution than a dynamic list of commands in the context menu. :-)


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     Re: Re: time controled kppp

     
     by sarahb523 on: Jul 15 2004
     
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    no, that isn't.
    e.g. I need 4 things for my network card.
    -restart
    -stop
    -netGo (temp. config)
    -default config (config by distro)

    i think to I would have a another entry or sniffing the device.


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     configure error

     
     by allelopath on: Jul 16 2004
     
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    i get this error when trying to configure:

    "checking for Qt... configure: error: Qt (>= Qt 3.2) (headers and libraries) not found. Please check your installation!
    For more details about this problem, look at the end of config.log."

    Nothing at the end of config.log is helpful

    What do I need to do ?

    Redhat 9.0


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     Re: configure error

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Jul 17 2004
     
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    I think you need to install Qt and the Qt development packages.

    They should be named 'libqt...' and 'libqt-devel...'. After this, try configure again.


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