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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:  70926
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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     suggestion

     
     by amoros on: Aug 1 2004
     
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    very nice app!
    I think it could be a good idea to have the possibility of having different icons for the interfaces (as a way to tell which one is my wireless, etc..).

    thanks,

    Joan


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     Re: suggestion

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Aug 1 2004
     
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    One one side I think that the user may be worried by too many different icons, on the other side I sometimes have the same problem to distinguish between my ppp dialup and the wireless card.

    So I could make it an option.

    Now the next problem would be to create icons for ppp, ethernet and wireless for the 5 states 'not connected', 'connected', 'incoming traffic', 'outgoing traffic' and 'traffic in both directions'.

    Any volunteers?


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     Re: Re: suggestion

     
     by jaloha on: Aug 3 2004
     
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    I think you could find some icons with a license that would allow you to use them. It would be a start atleast. I have a co-worker, who is a graphic artist, I may be able to get to clean them up if need be.


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     Re: Re: Re: suggestion

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Aug 4 2004
     
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    Sure, there are enough free icons to do some copy&paste. That's how I made the current ones. But still I need an idea how the icons could look like...

    Anyway, I put it on my TODO list and will wait for further inspiration. :-)


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: suggestion

     
     by tightcode on: Aug 13 2004
     
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    To go along further with this suggestion you could allow icon themes.
    To simplify the number of icons you could use something along these lines:
    - ppp: phone
    - network: cable
    - wifi: tower with waves )))

    Then incoming would be an arrow pointing down, outgoing would be an arrow pointing up. Disabled would be grayscale, enabled would be colour.

    This would make it so you had only 3 icons really for each type only with small variations for the different states.

    Cheers,

    TightCode


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: suggestion

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Aug 13 2004
     
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    Thanks for your suggestion. Maybe I'll use the next weekend to work on this. :-)


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     Re: suggestion

     
     by athleston on: Aug 15 2004
     
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    Please add my vote for this...

    :)

    I gave my 'eth0' the slightly more meaningful alias 'Cable'. However the pop-up status windows (left or middle clicks) still show the name 'eth0' in the titlebar. I think it is logical to see the alias carried forward into child windows.


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     Graph plot ?

     
     by hosti on: Aug 12 2004
     
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    I don't know if it's me being simple, a bug in your application or something
    that is wrong with my system, but I can't see a graphical plot of my traffic (i.e screenshot 1)
    I had no problems installing & configuring this service whatsoever.
    I can see the small icons in my kicker, the tooltiptext and the little box with my data (for example, my IP), but sign of the graphical plot.

    Any ideas ? - tkx in advance


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     Re: Graph plot ?

     
     by legluondunet on: Aug 13 2004
     
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    did you try with middle click mouse?


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     Re: Re: Graph plot ?

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Aug 13 2004
     
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    Thanks for answering the question, think this is the solution... or problem. Maybe the middle mouse button is not the best place for the graph?

    Anyone any suggestions?


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     Re: Re: Re: Graph plot ?

     
     by ach on: Aug 13 2004
     
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    right mouse button menu, right below
    configure ...

    Achim


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     Re: Re: Re: Graph plot ?

     
     by ach on: Aug 13 2004
     
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    Ups, save'ed instead edit:

    ...
    Adding a monitor button to the traffic
    tab could be another way to open the
    monitor window

    Btw. RMB menu could also have a
    'Status...' entry that
    does the same as LMB click for consistency.

    Achim


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     deb: dependency

     
     by davidf on: Aug 13 2004
     
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    I think the debian package should rather recommend the wireless-tools package than depend on it.

    On desktop machines (like mine) the package is not needed and with a wireless card the package is needed anyway.


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     Re: deb: dependency

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Aug 13 2004
     
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    Hi,

    I forwarded your suggestion to the Debian package maintainer.


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     Re: Re: deb: dependency

     
     by ach on: Aug 13 2004
     
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    Good suggestion: future debs will only
    recommend wireless-tools.

    Wait until HagbardCeline updates
    the Debian Sid link above or if
    you prefer apt archives use one of

    deb http://www.kalyxo.org/debian/ unstable main

    deb http://www.mpe.mpg.de/~ach/debian/sid ./

    Sources are available vi deb-src too.

    Achim


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     traffic monitor

     
     by sarahb523 on: Aug 13 2004
     
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    the traffic monitor should store his last position. I didn't wan't it in the middle of the screen. I place it somewhere in the bottom right corner.

    anyway - great job!


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     Re: traffic monitor

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Aug 13 2004
     
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    I also wonder why it does this as I am only hiding it and showing it again. Maybe this is some kind of feature of QDialog?

    Anyway, I will have a look at it. And the dynamic number of entries in the context menu you asked for is one of the next tasks on my TODO list. ;-)


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     Re: Re: traffic monitor

     
     by sarahb523 on: Aug 13 2004
     
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    possibly you shouldn't take qdialog. Perhaps a simple (toplevel) qwidget is better.

    dynamic entries :-D great, I forgott to ask in my comment, but you answered - strange!? ;-)


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     Re: traffic monitor

     
     by Rinse on: Aug 13 2004
     
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    If you use KDE, just put the window in the right position, right click on the window caption, en select [advanced->save window settings)
    kwin wil remember the position of the window and place it there in the future.


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     Knemo

     
     by athleston on: Aug 15 2004
     
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    In Knemo's configuration dialog are prompts for custom context menu commands-- which I immediately mistook to mean Knemo's other custom commands (such as passing an option)... howto?!

    I later figured out could eg. start Konqueror this way but thats not helpful -- there's plenty ways available already to do these things.

    And if you make only one custom menu, the second still shows up as a blank entry.

    However you must know -- this is a really nice app and I love it!


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     Re: Knemo

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Aug 15 2004
     
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    > I later figured out could eg. start Konqueror this way but thats not
    > helpful -- there's plenty ways available already to do these things.

    The entries are meant for people who wish to start/stop/restart/configure an interface with an external program or who wish to start something like KPPP to go online.

    > And if you make only one custom menu, the second still shows up as a blank
    > entry.

    The next major release will allow a dynamic number of menu entries (for some people 2 slots are not enough) and will also handle this problem.

    Happy that so many people like this little tool! :-)


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     funny idea

     
     by sarahb523 on: Aug 16 2004
     
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    To honour the person who stands behind "HagbardCeline" you should release version 0.2.3 on the 23th at 23:23

    greetz


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     Re: funny idea

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Aug 16 2004
     
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    Ah yes, the "illuminated release".

    23:23 will be very hard as I released 0.2.2 on 9.00am and the line above says "Updated: 08/16/2004, 1:22".

    Have to find out which secret algorithm stands behind "9.00 - 1.22". ;-)


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