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KLinPopup

   0.3.4  

KDE Chat Application

Score 72%
KLinPopup
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.2.x
Downloads:  6253
Submitted:  Jan 3 2005
Updated:  Mar 28 2006

Description:

KLinPopup is a small program to send and receive winpopup messages via samba like "net send".




Changelog:

0.3.4
-changed inotify mask
-updated translations

0.3.4rc1
-new autoreply feature

0.3.3
-italian translation (Thanks to Daniele Bortoluzzi)
-option for an external command for notification
-various small changes

0.3.2
-no changes to rc1

0.3.2rc1
-replaced showToolBar + friends with recommended members

0.3.2pre1
-use inotify for message arrival notification if available

0.3.1

highlights are:
-added treeview mode for makepopup
-new translation: brazilian portuguese (Thanks to Cesar A. Ramina)
-sending one message to more than one host (separated by space) or whole workgroup

and a lot of other little changes and fixes


For details please see ChangLog on homepage




LicenseGPL
Source(Source)
SUSE(10.0 i586)
SUSE(10.0 i586 + KDE 3.5.1)
SUSE(10.0 x86_64)
Slackware(10.2, thanks to gohanz)
Debian(0.3.4 for Sid)
SUSE(10.1 i586)
SUSE(10.1 x86_64)
Gentoo(ebuild)
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 first?!

 
 by shadowrm on: Jan 3 2005
 
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this is your first program? AWESOME WORK! i don't know what you did to it, but it kicks some serious arse! at least it doesn't crash on me like kpopup does -- and just excellent layout and options. programs like this _IS_ what will continue to drive linux to be better than windoze! i look forward to future releases - good job!


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 Re: first?!

 
 by henschel on: Jan 4 2005
 
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Hi shadowrm,

ich think you haven't understand Linux!
Only if the Linux user send problems/error or features request to the maintainer or fix the problem self, Linux will be better.
Your comment that kpopup crash always on your computer is ok, BUT I don't now about this problem!
I hope you will learn more about Linux and the community.

The programmer of kpopup


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 Re: Re: first?!

 
 by shadowrm on: Jan 4 2005
 
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first off you need to understand the linux community yourself - i just gave this guy a complement on his excellent work, which if thats in question then you have some serious issues. secondly, i never really liked kpopup because of lack of features - this is _MY_ personal preference, which is _EXACTLY_ what linux is about - if i don't like something, sure, i can request something from the person who originally created the program like yourself which i've done numerous times on this forum however, i didn't and something better than your program did come along, so what? i like the over all feel of this one better than yours, so what? that is _MY_ preference, and thats what linux is all about - if i wanted everything the same i'd use windoze! if you seriously took my comment as an attack against your program well then, all apologies, but in honesty -- thats like me telling the KDE developers i like firefox better than konqueror -- well, what do you think the developers of KDE are going to do? get all huffy at me because i like mozilla? i seriously doubt it. if you notice my previous comment it says "programs like this _IS_ what will continue to drive linux to be better than windoze!" it DOES NOT say that this program will trample over kpopup! you have a descent product and i respect that, but i'm sorry that someone else in the linux community made something better and _I_ happen to like it.

truely,
shadowrm


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 Re: Re: Re: first?!

 
 by henschel on: Jan 4 2005
 
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Hi shadowrm,

what I mean is.
Me irks, because you wrote that kpopup crashed and klinpopup is better. But I havn't a really chance to make kpopup better, because you doesn't sent this problem(s)!
I haven't a problem that other peoples use my sourcecode, because I use the GPL for kpopup!
I haven't also a problem that other peoples creates a better tool for sending messages!

I hope you understand now my sentence "that you not understand linux community"

Regards
Torsten


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: firs

 
 by shadowrm on: Jan 5 2005
 
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actually i understand your comment but i also understand the linux community greater than what you think --- the reason for me not reporting errors or requesting features is simply because i have no real need/use for these types of programs, however, i do test new programs and updates all the time to see if i might be able to use these on a day-to-day basis. for yours its only every now and then. which was stated in the previous comment, "which i've done numerous times on this forum however, i didn't". once again though, i'm sorry i choose to use a different program, as stated before, that's the point of linux, choice. sorry i happened to single out your product - however, isn't that why you released it under the GPL? so others could make it better? or to learn from? if not why even release it as open source? so why accuse me when i say that his is better? i respect the work you put into your program, but i also respect his and i think you should too -- after all, it is your work that he's using! and i feel it deserves a damn good comment! don't you? ;-) lets just leave it at that and call us friends, ok? :D

truely,
shadowrm


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by henschel on: Jan 5 2005
 
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Ok

Friends ;-)

Regards
Torsten


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 Norwegian Translatio

 
 by EmptyDoor on: Jan 9 2005
 
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Thankyou for this great program. I have translated it into Norwegian (Bokmål).
http://www.thehandofagony.com/alex/klinpopup_0.14_nb/nb.po.bz2


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 command

 
 by jpcohen on: Jan 11 2005
 
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Hi geflei, just wondered what is the linux equivalent to the dos "net send" command ?


Have a nice day.
j.p.

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 Re: command

 
 by geflei on: Jan 12 2005
 
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Use the source, Luke. (or Google) ;-)
smbclient -M machine (-U user -N)

Greetings, Gerd


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 KPopup?

 
 by minkiux on: Feb 25 2005
 
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Ehy! But.... this app looks like KPopup!!!

Is the updated version of KPopup?


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 Re: KPopup?

 
 by geflei on: Feb 27 2005
 
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Well, some kind of. I started with a merge of KPopup and a XML-GUI template. I learn/practice C++ with it and implemented some things what I found useful.
The layout of KPopup is IMHO already very good and I kept it.

Greetings, Gerd


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 Problem sending

 
 by kriko on: Nov 27 2005
 
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Hi!
smbclient prints:
message start: ERRSRV - ERRmsgoff (Not receiving messages.)

So, neither klinpopup works. How can I solve this.
On both computer is linux installed.


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 Re: Problem sending

 
 by geflei on: Nov 28 2005
 
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Hmm, first time I see this error message.
I found no way to reproduce it.

Both machines running linux and I assume the samba servers are running and are configured (message command = ...)?

Other stupid question - a firewall?

Unfortunately even google doesn't give much information. :-(

What samba version and distribution are you running?


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 Re: Re: Problem

 
 by kriko on: Dec 1 2005
 
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I'm using suse 10, 1st computer has firewall, which ports should I open?


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 Re: Re: Re: Problem

 
 by geflei on: Dec 1 2005
 
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In the YAST samba server configuration is a checkbox to open the firewall for samba.

For manually editing the ports are 137, 138.

Good luck, Gerd


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 Re: Re:

 
 by kriko on: Dec 1 2005
 
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Already did that, but still it doesn't work.

What else can I try? I can't find any suitable solutions via google.


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 Re: Re: Re:

 
 by geflei on: Dec 5 2005
 
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You could try turning the firewall of completely.
Maybe reinstall samba? Update with YOU to 3.0.20b. I'm using SUSE 10 too without such problems.

Does the lan browsing e.g. with smbclient -N -L localhost or "master" work?

Are there at least a samba root user?

Do you have any "unusual" options in smb.conf?

If nothing helps you could add the debug = 10 option to your smb.conf and search in the logs for an error.


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 Re: Re:

 
 by kriko on: Dec 5 2005
 
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Lan browing works:
kriko@linux:~> smbclient -N -L localhost
Domain=[ACME] OS=[Unix] Server=[Samba 3.0.20-4-SUSE]

Sharename Type Comment
--------- ---- -------
profiles Disk Network Profiles Service
users Disk All users
groups Disk All groups
print$ Disk Printer Drivers
IPC$ IPC IPC Service (Samba 3.0.20-4-SUSE)
ADMIN$ IPC IPC Service (Samba 3.0.20-4-SUSE)
Domain=[ACME] OS=[Unix] Server=[Samba 3.0.20-4-SUSE]

Server Comment
--------- -------

Workgroup Master
--------- -------
TUX-NET ACME
WORKGROUP CLUSTER

but I don't know how to add a root user to samba. I'll try to set debug = 10, then we'll see. I cannot upgrade via you (too heavy update for dial-up)



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 SlackWare TGZPackage

 
 by gohanz on: Nov 27 2005
 
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A SlackWare 10.2 Package with SlackBuild script is ready to download!!

http://www.slacky.it/index.php?option=com_remository&Itemid=1&func=fileinfo&filecatid=784&parent=category


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 Re: SlackWare TGZPac

 
 by geflei on: Nov 29 2005
 
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Thanks, I added the link in the download section.


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