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Wicd Client KDE

   0.3.1  

KDE Networking Tool

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Wicd Client KDE
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Issue Tacker:  https://bugs.kde.org/
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  4780
Submitted:  Sep 9 2010
Updated:  Feb 7 2013

Description:

Wicd Client KDE is a Wicd client build on the KDE Development Platform.

Please report bugs on https://bugs.kde.org/

Wicd Client KDE is now a plasmoid! Don't forget to add it to your panel.




Changelog:

v0.3.1
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- Always hide password input
- Fix crash if the applet is started and the daemon is not running
- Fix KDE 4.5 build
- Fix arm build




LicenseGPL
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 wicd-client-kde

 
 by Panko on: Sep 15 2010
 
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Great app!
I have it working on Debian sid with kde4.5, (wicd-client-kde ver 0.1.1) compiled with

mkdir build ; cd build ; cmake ../ ; make ; su -c make install

Just with some issues:
*Doesn't remember window size & position.
*When try to use scripts button, it says "KAuth returned an error code: 7".
*Can't turn on notifications option in preferences.

Just waiting for new version and hope issues are fixed!

Thanks for your great work ;)


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 Re: wicd-client-kde

 
 by anthon38 on: Sep 15 2010
 
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Hi,
1- Probably my fault since the changelog seems misleading, but if you talk about not remembering the size when you quit the application, this is normal. Please see my answer to Musikolo at the bottom of page 2.
2- Hmm what I got from the doc is: "An error from D-Bus occurred." I'm not sure of where this might come from. Could you please try to recompile using
cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=`kde4-config --prefix` ..
instead of cmake ../ ? (don't forget to reinstall after that)
3- That's because the notifications are not implemented yet.


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 Re: Re: wicd-client-kde

 
 by Panko on: Sep 15 2010
 
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Thanks for quick reply...

1.- Sorry about size & position, haven't read it... btw, solved with window properties ;)
2.- I'll try it...
3.- I've thinked that. I'll wait for it.

Btw, it's new app, I think those issues aren't annoying for me... cause I configured scripts searching in config files of wicd-client-gtk, and for notifications, used knemo.

Thanks again for your great work!


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 Re: Re: Re: wicd-client-kde

 
 by Panko on: Sep 15 2010
 
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Hi again...
Tried to compile with
cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=`kde4-config --prefix` ..
just slightly changed... now, error of KAuth is '4' instead of '7' with 0.1.1 version & git version...


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: wicd-client-kde

 
 by anthon38 on: Sep 16 2010
 
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Hi,
error 4 is AuthorizationDenied. Does the error appears before or after KAuth prompts you for the root password?
Also, have you uninstalled everything before reinstalling?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: wicd-client-kde

 
 by Panko on: Sep 16 2010
 
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It never ask for a pass, that error appears on click at "scripts" button without asking password...
Yes, I've uninstalled everything and try with a fresh build and install with:

$cd [wicdclientkde-folder] && mkdir build && cd build
$cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=`kde4-config --prefix` ..
$make
$su -c make install

Used, as said, ver 0.1.1 and version from git (yesterday).
Btw, program runs good for las night and today without problems...

Trying a search by google makes me think it's a possible issue with policykit/polkit and kde4, like first versions in systemsettings with debian & kubuntu ¿? (I'm not a programmer, so I can't be more explicit... sorry).

If there's a way I can gather some debuf info and give it to you, tell me and I'll try.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: wicd-client-kde

 
 by anthon38 on: Sep 16 2010
 
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Ok, let's try this:
You probably have the digital-clock plasmoid somewhere on your desktop. (If not, run "plasmoidviewer digital-clock")
- Right click > Adjust Date and Time
- Change something so that you can click the Apply button
- Click the button
Does it ask you for the password?



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: wicd-client-kde

 
 by Panko on: Sep 16 2010
 
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Yes, it ask me for root password, as the way it should be...

sorry for reply here, but page doesn't let me reply to your message... (maybe a limit for indent replies?)...



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: wicd-client-kde

 
 by anthon38 on: Sep 16 2010
 
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Could you please look at this page and see if it helps?
http://community.kde.org/KAuth_Troubleshooting
If not, please paste here the output of the "make install" command. Just the end, so that I can see what is installed and where.



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: wicd-client-kde

 
 by Panko on: Sep 16 2010
 
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Hi!

At this moment, don't know how or why (maybe a "remembered password" when do not ask for it?) it works as it should do, using last version of git, without recompile it or reinstalled it... Possibly it was that I restarted computer and, of course, be in a new session...

Compilation went fine, with any errors, in three versions I used: 0.1.1, git from 2 days ago, and git from today... btw here is process:
cmake: http://pastebin.ca/1942226
make: http://pastebin.ca/1942227

Sorry about any inconvenience as it's working now with no changes... and thanks for your patience...

& thanks for your good work and sharing!



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 wicd- belkin usb wifi adapter

 
 by BluesKaj on: Sep 15 2010
 
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I've tried several times on kubuntu lucid to make this app work with a belkin usb adapter without resorting to ndiswrapper with poor results ... it just refuses to find the the router's address. Wicd is configured with wpa-psk but refuses to connect past the router to the internet.Wicd gui claims to be connected , but isn't.


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 Re: wicd- belkin usb wifi adapter

 
 by anthon38 on: Sep 16 2010
 
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Hi,
does it work with the gtk client?


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 Re: Re: wicd- belkin usb wifi adapter

 
 by BluesKaj on: Sep 16 2010
 
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It's available to gnome users and does use gtk libs. However, I don't know if wicd works with usb wifi adpters on pcs running gnome desktop.It may however work fine with built in wifi chips such as those on laptops. It used to work on my acer extensa 4630z laptop, but since network manager was fixed on ubuntu lucid I haven't needed to use wicd on my laptop.


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 Great!

 
 by Eldarion on: Sep 16 2010
 
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Thanks for developing this usefull app.

Currently i'm using wicd deamon and knemo to show me the useful info. Now if only wicd-client-kde had the option to customize the tooltip info (gateway, network, boardcast address, ...) i would probably using it. An interface trafic statistics would be great too (bytes received/send).

Keep the great work and thanks for sharing.


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 Add tooltip for buttons?

 
 by adaptee on: Sep 23 2010
 
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Currently , the three buttons on the right-hand siet of each network do not provide tooltip.


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 Hungarian translation

 
 by aszabo38 on: Sep 24 2010
 
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Hi,

Great, it works on my slackware-13. I made a slackware package, http://www.dia-tech.net/linux/Slackware-13.1/wicd-client-kde/pkg/wicd-client-kde-0.2.0-i486-1SzA.tgz.

And I translated to Hungarian, the po file is here: http://www.dia-tech.net/linux/Slackware-13.1/wicd-client-kde/hu.po


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 Re: Hungarian translation

 
 by anthon38 on: Sep 29 2010
 
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Thank you!


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 On Kubuntu 10.4 with KDE 4.5.1

 
 by GreyGeek on: Sep 25 2010
 
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it works great!

Had to install kdelibs5-dev for the compile to work. Compiled it with qtcreator and just using the INSTALL instructions. Both worked great.

It now has replaced the gtk version.


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