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KTrafficAnalyzer

   0.5.4.1  

KDE Networking Tool

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KTrafficAnalyzer
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Homepage:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  24875
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
Source(version 0.5.4.1, bz2 tarball (Sourceforge))
Gentoo(version 0.5.3, Gentoo (Portage))
SUSE(version 0.5.4, OpenSuSE 11.1+ (OBS))
Ubuntu(version 0.5.2, Kubuntu 9.10 (i386))
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 Vertical Sizing

 
 by toods on: Jun 27 2008
 
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Since version 0.3.1 it has not been possible to reduce the vertical height of the KTrafficAnalyzer window at all. Is it possible to reintroduce this option.

Thank you.


Bill.
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 Re: Vertical Sizing

 
 by Viras on: Jul 1 2008
 
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What do you mean by that?

You can resize the window to any size you want. If you just don't see a border you have to uncheck the option "No Border" in the Settings Dialog under "Window -> Appearance"!


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 Re: Re: Vertical Sizing

 
 by toods on: Jul 1 2008
 
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What I mean is this:
I can place the mouse cursor over either of the 2 side borders, press the mouse and either drag to make the window wider or narrower. If I do the same but place the mouse over the top or bottom borders, I can drag to make the window depth 'greater' but I cannot make any smaller than the default size. There appears to be a minimum height. This was not the case with version 0.31 and earlier.


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 Vertical Sizing once more

 
 by Herz-von-Hessen on: Feb 11 2009
 
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Hello,
now there are many Month ago since the Last Entry in this Thread ant so i want to ask the Programmers "What was done the past months, fulfilled the desire and repaired the problem?"
Was a solution found? or avaiable in foreseeable time?
Greetnings from Germany


AMD Athlon X64
1,5gb RAM
nVIDIA GeForce 6200
openSUSE 11.0
KDE 3.5

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 Re: Vertical Sizing once more

 
 by Herz-von-Hessen on: Feb 11 2009
 
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[img]http://www.suseusers.de/download/file.php?id=24[/img]

There is a Picture who shows what i prefer for the Future.
A permanent Statusbar who can docked on every side of the Screen variously.
Greetings from Germany


AMD Athlon X64
1,5gb RAM
nVIDIA GeForce 6200
openSUSE 11.0
KDE 3.5

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 maxValue font color

 
 by 2l00Z on: Jul 14 2008
 
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Thanks for this good app.

In my KDE environment I use dark theme and correspondently dark background color in the traffic-graph. But since v.3.8-1 the maxValue font color became Black - independently of my system text color as before - and thereafter not distinguished in my background.
I used to resolve this problem by compiling app with some changes in TrafficWindow.cpp:
In the function TrafficWindow::drawRingMemory() (line 493 for v.4.0.1) I set line:
windowPainter.setPen( color );
before line:
windowPainter.drawText(QRect(1,0,100,100), AlignLeft|AlignTop, getDisplayString(maxValue));

Then after compiling of the app the color of maxValue becomes "Upload Color" (default - Green), that was OK for me.
Now I upgraded my SUSE to 11.0 with KDE4 and have some troubles with compiling (as I can understand - because of unresolved QT3/QT4 dependencies in my system). I am too bored to settle this compiling problem because of a such small bug in the app. So would You please fix it in the next binary packages?

From my side I have a suggestion: it would be great to set maxValue color in accordance with the colors of corresponding Upload and Download processes depending of which process get that maxValue. I think KDE users with "light" themes will not be much insulted since colors of the graph curves are apparently quite distinguished in theirs backgrounds.
Thank You.


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 Memory Leak?

 
 by brbafk on: Sep 12 2008
 
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After running for 13 days, Ktrafficanalyzer seems to have consumed ~31% of my 1.25GB RAM. I think it may have a memory leak, I doubt this is normal operation.

I'm using the 0.4.0-1, on Slackware 12.1.


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 compilation on Fedora 9 + 10

 
 by MartinKG on: Oct 3 2008
 
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to allow compile ktrafficAnalyzer on Fedora 9 + 10 the following patch for Makefile is necessary:

--- KTrafficAnalyzer-0.4.0-1/Makefile 2008-06-21 14:33:49.000000000 +0200
+++ KTrafficAnalyzer-0.4.0-1/Makefile.new 2008-10-03 13:03:42.000000000 +0200
@@ -10,12 +10,18 @@
MOC = $(QTDIR)/bin/moc
UIC = $(QTDIR)/bin/uic
UBUNTU := $(shell lsb_release -si)
+FEDORA := $(shell lsb_release -si)
ifeq ($(UBUNTU),Ubuntu)
ADD_CFLAGS += -I/usr/include/kde -I/usr/include/qt3
ADD_LFLAGS += -L/usr/lib/qt3/ -L/usr/lib/kde3
QTDIR = /usr
endif

+ifeq ($(FEDORA),Fedora)
+ ADD_CFLAGS += -I/usr/include/kde -I/usr/lib/qt-3.3/include
+ ADD_LFLAGS += -L/usr/lib/qt-3.3/ -L/usr/lib/kde3
+endif
+
all:
if test "$(KDEDIR)" = ""; then $(ECHO) KDEDIR not set!; exit 1; fi;
if test "$(QTDIR)" = ""; then $(ECHO) QTDIR not set!; exit 1; fi;


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 gonna try

 
 by cirith on: Apr 24 2009
 
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i was looking for something like dumeter for laboratory probes, free jejeje.


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 Lifesign

 
 by Viras on: Sep 24 2009
 
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Hi all!

As you may have noticed, it's been quite a while since I last update this app. That was due to some real-life issues called job and family :).
However I'm now planning to continue development of KTA. As a first step I will try to fix all the bugs outlined here, and will then port the whole app to KDE4.
I'm not planning to convert the tool into an plasma applet, because the intention of KTA is to provide network info in a "widget" way.

Thanks to all for you patience, will try to release something new as soon as possible!

Regards,
Wolfi


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