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Wicd Client KDE

   0.3.1  

KDE Networking Tool

Score 90%
Wicd Client KDE
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Version Control:  Link
Issue Tacker:  https://bugs.kde.org/
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  4879
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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 Packages for Kubuntu 10.04

 
 by YAFU on: Sep 28 2010
 
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Hello.
Here I leave packages for Kubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx, i386 and amd64 architectures.

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=IVYQO767

Thanks!


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 Re: Packages for Kubuntu 10.04

 
 by YAFU on: Sep 28 2010
 
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I forgot to say that I am not packager, and packages are made with "checkinstall", but they work. For all who do not know how to compile, or for those who do not want to install the packages needed for this.


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 How to get it to work

 
 by bigbrovar on: Oct 20 2010
 
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I was not able to get this to work. an installation procedure would be nice. Even though I eventually got it to compile and run. It did not show any of my network interface (eth0 and wlan0) it just showed an empty box when I refresh nothing happens. Is this application just a frondend client for the wicd daemon? in which case do I still need to install wicd? or its comes included with the wicd daemon. I would appreciate some clarification in the installation procedure


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 Re: How to get it to work

 
 by bigbrovar on: Oct 20 2010
 
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My biggest issues concerning the wicd daemon is that installing it also pulls in the gtk client for wicd. I really don't know how the two can be reconciled.


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 Re: How to get it to work

 
 by anthon38 on: Oct 20 2010
 
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Hi,
|It did not show any of my network interface (eth0 and wlan0) it just showed an empty box when I refresh nothing happens.
Can you tell me what distro and which version of KDE you are using so I can try to reproduce?
|Is this application just a frondend client for the wicd daemon?
Exactly, this is just a front-end, you will need the wicd daemon from your distribution.
|I would appreciate some clarification in the installation procedure
There is an INSTALL file in the tarball which contains the instructions to compile. I can't add things such as "which packages does it depend on", because it's really distro specific.
Which leads me to:
|My biggest issues concerning the wicd daemon is that installing it also pulls in the gtk client for wicd. I really don't know how the two can be reconciled.
On all the distributions I've tried, I have been able to install the deamon alone. Which one are you using?


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 Re: Re: How to get it to work

 
 by bigbrovar on: Oct 20 2010
 
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I tried installing it again. This time I installed the wicd-daemon with aptitude --without-recommends install the wicd daemon without the gtk-client dep. I was able to compile the kde client and ran it fine. Thanks


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 Plasmoiding it?

 
 by adjam on: Dec 14 2010
 
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A fantastic tool!
I could substitute wicd-gtk in a while, very good job :)

But.. what about letting it be a plasmoid? Or at least also provide it?

Regards,


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 debian package for natty

 
 by nowardev on: Apr 12 2011
 
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BEFORE INSTALL WICD-DAEMON WITH

sudo apt-get install --no-install-recommends wicd-daemon

after


http://dl.dropbox.com/u/4127065/debian%20package/natty/wicd-kde/wicd-kde_0.2.2.deb


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 Re: debian package for natty

 
 by nowardev on: Apr 12 2011
 
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btw

why you don't modify cmakelist.txt
to generate deb and rpm ?

it works , look at this


http://nowardev.wordpress.com/2011/04/12/kubuntu-wicd-client-kde-install-it/


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 Re: Re: debian package for natty

 
 by anthon38 on: Apr 14 2011
 
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Hi,
this is interesting, but I don't think adding distro-specific tweaks to the source is the proper way to do it.


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 Re: Re: Re: debian package for natty

 
 by nowardev on: Apr 15 2011
 
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well as you wish but...

other projects does this , just because if you compile \ install with cmake make make install you have the normal installation

if instead you use cpack ... it generate de packages , fedora ubuntu debian and morei guess even the targz

look at the documentation if you have time

btw you did a great job

ty very much :) Peace-


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 Returning from sleep issue

 
 by YAFU on: Apr 14 2011
 
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Hello.
I have a problem with wicd-kde. It happens when computer returns from suspend to RAM mode, wicd-kde enters in a loop refreshing automatically wireless networks every few seconds. This also happened in previous versions of wicd-kde. This did not happen with wicd-gtk.
Kubuntu 10.04-10.10 _ 64bits
Thanks.


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 Re: Returning from sleep issue

 
 by anthon38 on: Apr 14 2011
 
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Hi,
>wicd-kde enters in a loop refreshing automatically wireless networks every few seconds
Could you be more specific? Does that mean that it triggers a full scan? Does it seem to wait for the previous scan to be completed? Does it happens even if the window is closed? The more info, the better.
Thanks


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 Re: Re: Returning from sleep issue

 
 by YAFU on: Apr 14 2011
 
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When the computer wakes from sleep mode, in wicd-kde window exactly happens as if you press the "Reload" button approximately every 4 seconds, about five to ten times (Obviously, what I say happens without you press the "Reload" button). In each cycle, the access points are scanned, then are reordered from highest to lowest signal, and after about 2 seconds a new cycle starts again scanning the access points. As I said, the cycle is repeated a few times until it stabilizes and does not happen again. I honestly do not know if the problem can be caused to the large number of access points available in the area where I live, there are many (around 20).
My English is not all good. Please, if I have not been clear you tell me. I try to explain better.
Thanks.


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 Re: Re: Re: Returning from sleep issue

 
 by anthon38 on: Apr 23 2011
 
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Hi, sorry for the delay.
The really weird part is that you don't see that happening with wicd-gtk, because wicd-kde is just listening to the wicd daemon, just like the gtk client. Would you mind trying again the gtk client alongside wicd-kde, just to be sure?
Also you can check if the signals emitted by the daemon match what you see in the client by using
dbus-monitor --system | grep ScanSignal
This should tell you when the Start and End signals are send through dbus.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Returning from sleep issue

 
 by YAFU on: Apr 26 2011
 
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I have sent to you by private a video to show how the cycle begins and ends after sleep mode resume.
But I found the file that is executed after resume:
/usr/lib/pm-utils/sleep.d/91wicd

And now I can reproduce it without sleep-resume, running:
$ /usr/share/wicd/daemon/suspend.py
$ /usr/share/wicd/daemon/autoconnect.py

As I had said, wicd-gtk does not go into that cycle. And funny thing, when the two are open at the same time, wicd-kde not have the problem.
Greetings.


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 Excelent work!

 
 by adrianbs on: May 1 2011
 
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I love it, I think all KDE users were waiting for something like this. Congrats!
One question: Could it be possible to have the app without borders and not in taskbar? Like for example kmix when you click it from systray. If not please give me directions to how to modify the code and make a diferent type of window. Thanks!


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