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KTrafficAnalyzer

   0.5.4.1  

KDE Networking Tool

Score 86%
KTrafficAnalyzer
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Homepage:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  24878
Submitted:  Mar 23 2005
Updated:  Jul 31 2010

Description:

KTrafficAnalyzer is meant to provide visual feedback of your current network traffic, similar to tools like DU-Meter. In addition it provides statistics with total down- and upload sums.
Starting with version 0.3.7 KTA supports reading the stats remotely using an SSH-connection. For instructions on how to use that feature checkout the SSHUsage file delivered with KTA.

Of course feedback is more than welcome. There is still more than enough room for improvements. Also checkout the TODO file what I'm already planning - maybe you have ideas what I can add or what might be useful too!

For instructions on how to compile / install it please read the INSTALL file included in the archive.

There are also various RPMs available - just check the download links. Thanks to all the contributors!

Finally a new release of KTA. It is now KDE4/QT4 compatible. Some features like the SSH remote read have been disabled, because the API has changed in such a siginificant way, that I need more time to re-implement those features.

There is now also a SourceForge project available, a SVN repository and some basic descriptions and downloads are available there ( https://sourceforge.net/projects/ktrafficanalyze/ )

I'm also looking for packagers who would like to help me!




Changelog:

v0.5.4.1 (02.08.2010):
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- Fix for Source to work on gcc4.5 & qt 4.4 (compatible with more versions)

v0.5.4 (31.07.2010):
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- Traffic display should now work correctly for changed refresh rates
- Menu bar is now control-able by ctrl+m (default behaviour)
- Canvas drawing is now actually fully correct (problem with 1pixel offset)
- Systray now has a menu for quickly selecting the interface to monitor
- Fixed some bugs reported by users (thanks to all of you!)

v0.5.3 (10.12.2009):
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- Added option for Window Opacity
- Prepared KTA for translation (not 100% ready yet)
- Added desktop file
- Added Option for Autostarting KTA with KDE
- Re-worked stats windows
- KTA now starts minimized if the option is checked (thanks to hoanbl for reporting this bug)
- KTA now minimizes to the tray again (thanks to lolko7 for reporting this bug)
- There is now an option for minimize to tray (to enable / disable it)
- Added Widget for Statistics Configuration

v0.5.2 (13.11.2009):
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- InterfaceName is now also saved beyond Interface-Source changes, so switching the Interface-Source will also preserve the selected interface (if it exists)
- KTA now uses Icons from the Oxygen theme
- Improved RingMemory class (handling & drawing more efficent, removed memory leaks)
- Fixed several bugs that occured because of KDE4/QT4 porting
- KTA now reads the default colors from the application-palette (which means default colors should be really your default colors)

v0.5.1 (04.11.2009):
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- KTA is now using CMake




LicenseGPL
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Gentoo(version 0.5.3, Gentoo (Portage))
SUSE(version 0.5.4, OpenSuSE 11.1+ (OBS))
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 cool

 
 by Superstoned on: Mar 23 2005
 
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this is cool, I really miss such an application for KDE. maybe you can include more info about the network, network card(s)/modem(s), and the abillity to start/restart/stop the network?

I know I ask a lot, but KDE really needs some 'configure, monitor and control network' tool... and the monitor part seems to be cool, here :D


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 Re: cool

 
 by Viras on: Mar 23 2005
 
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Well, at the moment the tool just reads /proc/net/dev, which makes it useable for any user no matter what rights he has (as /proc/net/dev is readable by everyone). As soon as I go into controlling the network it most propably will be necessary to be root to do so.


In fact I already planned to add control functions, but I guess it is still a long road to there (especially because I'm not really familiar with dial-up connections :)).


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 very cool

 
 by DavidiaN on: Mar 23 2005
 
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When I used Windows I used a tool called DU Meter for this. I was still missing an equivalent for Linux. Now I found it. Thnx. :)


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 Re: very cool

 
 by Viras on: Mar 23 2005
 
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Yes, I used that tool too - and I was also missing a similar tool under KDE. That's why I sat down and coded one :)


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 Kicker-Applet?

 
 by sango on: Mar 23 2005
 
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Is this also available as a kicker-applet?


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 Re: Kicker-Applet?

 
 by Viras on: Mar 23 2005
 
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No sorry - at the moment there is no kicker version of it. Maybe there will be in the future - but there are no plans for it yet.


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 Question from newbie

 
 by miguipda on: Aug 14 2005
 
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Hi,

I am sincerely interresting with this tool. I don't still download and used it. But I have some small questions or proposal.

1) dir you create a .deb file for the ubuntu users ?

2) Is it possible to display from wich IP and port and to wich IP and port traffic is directed to ? In fact in place to install a so weight (to manage) IDS it can then be directly seen what's happend if we see the HD and connections are so busy. This can then be used as a small "protection" like by given the possibility with a small button to set the connection down (a call to the ifconfig down and reset it with the same button that set it up back.

This can be a small idea that I think can be really usefull.

Have a nice day and thank you for your work.


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 Re: Question from ne

 
 by Viras on: Aug 17 2005
 
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Hi!

1.) No there is no deb file - if you want to create one go for it - I will of course add it to my package :)

2.) Well atm there are no management functions of any kind - the problem is that all ifconfig etc. need root rights, and atm the tool is designed to work as any user - maybe I will add extra options IF the user is root. I will definately keep your idea in mind!


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 klik

 
 by probono on: Aug 14 2005
 
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Run it in Kanotix by simply clicking on klik://ktrafficanalyzer - more information on http://klik.atekon.de/ktrafficanalyzer


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 Re: klik

 
 by Viras on: Aug 17 2005
 
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Thanks for adding it!


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 dates

 
 by scootie on: Aug 18 2005
 
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This is what I was looking for and it works great.
Is it possible to set it to start at a certain date each month. I presume it works as if the first day of the month is the month start.
Also how do I keep it visible?


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 Re: dates

 
 by Viras on: Aug 19 2005
 
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Well the month starts with the first - why should there be an option to set a delay :)?

To keep it visible just use the KDE settings: Klick on the upper-left icon in the title-bar -> advanced -> keep in front (I don't know the exact English menu-point-names, as I translated it from German but you should get the idea :)).


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