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KDE Networking Tool

Score 84%



Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.3.x
Downloads:  17160
Submitted:  Sep 17 2004
Updated:  Oct 4 2008


A simple KDE network monitor that show rx/tx LEDs of any network interface on a system tray icon



- Updated translations.


- Fixed crash when discovering a new interface.


- Disable the -ansi flag to avoid compile problems.

- More user-friendly, try to detect some things and start without importune the user with configuration dialogs.

- Added "Chart view".
- New Statistics dialog (show IP address, MAC address, etc).
- Using bksys as building tool.
- Carrier on/off detection.
- Reading interface date from /sys/class/net/INTERFACE/statistics instead of parse /proc/dev/net.
- New translation to romanian

Note to BSD users: This version is not compatible with BSD, it uses some linux-only stuff. A BSD-compatible version is plained in a near future.

- New configuration dialog.
- Support to multiple interfaces.
- Is possible change the colors in the text mode view.
- Is possible change the icon theme of in icon mode.
- Added smooth speed meter.

- Added Russian translation (Edward Romantsov).
- Added Polish translation (Wiktor Wandachowicz).


- Now using SCons as building and install tool, so you will need to have Python installed in your distro to run SCons scripts and compile/install KNetStats.
- Added Brazilian portuguese translation (me).
- Added Kirghiz translation (Ilyas Bakirov).
- Added Italian translation (Roberto Leandrini).
- Added Spanish translation (Carlos Ortiz).
- Added Deutsch translation (Henrik Gebauer).
- Bug Fix: When network interface in changed, the Statistics window caption is changed too.
- Bug Fix: Statistics window now correctly format Download/Upload Speed.
- Bug Fix: When start KNetstats with a unavaliable interface, now upload speed is equals to 0pkts/s (not -2pkts/s)
- Bug Fix: When knetstats starts and statistics windows is hidden it is not updated.


- Build system now uses kde-config instead $KDEDIR env. variable. This will solve problems when compiling KNetstats on some distros (Suse 9.1, Fedora).


- Clicking on trayicon show/hide statistics window (suggestion by Fredy Yanardi).
- All dialogs now show the KNetStats icon on windows decoration.
- It's possible to change the font used in textmode (suggestion by Vik).


- Bug Fix: Not saving UpdateInterval when the network interface is not changed.
- Litle optimizations
- Support to IconMode (Activity Led's) or TextMode (showing rx/tx transfer rate)

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 monitor eth1?

 by arturok on: Oct 23 2006
Score 50%

im having an issue: when i start kde with the wifi switch off, knetstats show me "dev[some number]" disconnected instead of eth1 disconnected. And when i switch on the wifi (eth1) and do an ifup eth1, knetstats crashes. Is ther a solution for that?? thx in advance

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 Re: monitor eth1?

 by hugopl on: Oct 26 2006
Score 50%

This has been fixed on 1.6.1.

Hugo P.L.
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 Re: Re: monitor eth1

 by arturok on: Oct 28 2006
Score 50%

thanks for the replay but the problem persits. I forgot to mention that iam having this problem after i installed vmware workstation, even so i disabled the vmware services. Also i erased the file ~/.kde/share/config/knetstatsrc and reinstall netstats 1.6.1 but nothing. I hope i can be fixed because its a great application.

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 Few wishes

 by szotsaki on: Oct 28 2006
Score 50%

Great application, I have to say.

But there is a small bug in it:
When I switch to text mode the upload and download texts are on each other.
Only decreasing the font size to 8-9px solves this problem. But in that case the texts are unreadable.

And a wish: It would be good if the application showed some upload/download rate information in icon mode when I place the cursor on the icon. Like in Amarok, you can read some information in the tooltip.

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 by dtmonterrey on: Nov 3 2006
Score 50%

I must say: Wow!!! I can't believe I haven't see this tool earlier. From Mandriva there was something like this and knetworkmanager but with fedora I was a little disapointed because I miss that.
For me knetworkmanager isn't solution I was looking because I don't use networkmanager, I do my connections manually. But I wanted something to look at the network activity easy (graphics and text info) and I was using superkaramba (I know how silly that is).
And now my problem is solved. Thank you!!!

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 nice app!

 by funt on: Nov 8 2006
Score 50%

how i can add aditional iconsets ?

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 by kujub on: Feb 3 2007
Score 50%

First of all I have to say that your app works very good, thanks.

It would be very nice, if the scale of the traffic plotter could be set to some fixed maximum, because otherwise it is quite difficult to know what is really going on.
Even nicer it would be if it could be set to use a logarithmic scale. This way one could see little amounts too even when maximum is big.
For example the range from 100 B/s to 100 MB/s would need only six scale lines. (100 B/s - 1 KB/s - 10 KB/s - 100 KB/s - 1 MB/s - 10 MB/s - 100 MB/s - Even the range from 1 B/s to 100 MB/s should be possible.)

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 Popups ?

 by neves on: May 6 2007
Score 50%

Is there any option to disable popups ? I have a lot of 'eth0 is disconnected', followed immediately by 'eth0 is connected', on my wifi connection.

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