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MetaMonitor

   0.4.5  

KDE Logging/Monitoring

Score 83%
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Link:  Link
Depends on  KDE 3.x
Downloads:  12138
Submitted:  Oct 24 2005
Updated:  Dec 21 2005

Description:

This simple program watches the syslog's or metalog's log file and pops up the window whenever the new message comes. You can specify the file to watch and a regular expression for parsing the log line, so you can watch other than log files too.

Now you can use themes in your popups. See MetaMonitor's homepage for the Themes Howto, a document describing how to create your own themes. Please send me your themes or publish them on KDE Look (in the 'Other theme/style' category).

Thanks to Konstantin Sobolev and his KLogView for inspiration and a few lines of code ;)

See MetaMonitor's homepage for more information.

See README file for source installation instructions.




Changelog:

0.4.5a:
+ Added Debian "unstable" package (for KDE 3.4.3) (Jérôme Viscaino)

0.4.5:
+ Added spanish translation (Alejandro Araiza Alvarado)
* Updated other translations files
+ Added themes support (can set the skin, text colors and body layout with the qt richtext)
* Command's button -> Command's anchor
* Complete rebuild of the configuration window
* Fixed popup's positioning. Now it's sensitive on the tray's position and doesn't hide kicker
* Fixed keyboard shortcuts in the advanced config (thanks Florian)
* Changed the text in About-Window to a little less stupid ;)
+ Added ability to clear the log window
* Updated AUTHORS file




LicenseGPL
Source(MetaMonitor)
Gentoo(MetaMonitor ebuild)
Mandriva(MetaMonitor rpm package)
Source(MetaMonitor src.rpm package)
Debian(MetaMonitor Debian "unstable" package)
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 /Bin ??

 
 by giber on: Nov 2 2005
 
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Hello,

I copiled MetaMonitor to my Debian 3.1 System. But the script do not make this:

debian:/bin# ln /usr/local/kde/bin/metamonitor /bin

and:

/var/log/everything/current

can not open to read by metamonitor.

But this is a very nice TOOL !!
Time to build a *.deb Pakage. :-)


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 Re: /Bin ??

 
 by xis on: Nov 2 2005
 
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Well, I don't think that the script should make a symlink do /bin. AFAIK /bin is a directory for the most essential apps, and MM is only an optional tool, isn't it? :) The main destination directory for MM binary file is $prefix/bin (where $prefix is the directory specified by ./configure --prefix). You can of course set other destination directory using --prefix option while configuring. See ./configure --help for details.
About .deb package, all I can tell that in the next release I'll maybe include it in the download files too :)

And thank you for your opinion about MM :)


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 Re: Re: /Bin ??

 
 by xis on: Nov 2 2005
 
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Oh, and one more thing:
The /var/log/message file is by default unreadable by users (only root), however you can set the file permissions after the syslog starts (but remember that this can be serious security hole for your system). I'm not sure, but i guess the syslog's options (see /etc/syslog.conf or man syslog.conf) lets to specify which users (or maybe groups too) can read the messages. I just don't know that (I use metalog), if you find it out, please tell me, ok?
The other way to walk this around is to edit the init script (but I don't recommend it).

Good luck


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 No such file or dire

 
 by Shelton on: Nov 7 2005
 
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I am on Mandrake 10.1 and when I run it I get a message in a window saying

Cannot open a file

var/log/everything/current

No such file or directory



Regards
Shelton.


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 Re: No such file or dire

 
 by xis on: Nov 7 2005
 
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Hi,
Have you read the README file? in the INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS section you can find information how to set the file. Basically you need to configure MM.

Regards


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 firewall messages

 
 by Enso on: Nov 8 2005
 
Score 50%

Great app! The only think it's really missing is a filter on messages... for example i've got the firewall on and it shows me Inbound IN=etc.. messages all the time. I wish it to not show those messages..


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 Re: firewall messages

 
 by xis on: Nov 9 2005
 
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Hi,
This feature will be implemented in next (0.4) release. You will be able to block any popups you want. And many more! :)


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 missing feature

 
 by DexterMagnific on: Nov 10 2005
 
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There is a missing feature : when a new message is added to an existing popup, the timer is not reset.
So the popup may disappear immediately after new messages arrived.

This is the fault of KPassivePopup that doesn't implement this feature.

One other thing : have you tried your app with XCompMgr activated ? when messages are removed from there are trails of the old popup

sorry for my english


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 Re: missing feature

 
 by xis on: Nov 11 2005
 
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Hi,
It was intentional to let every message to live its own time. When the message's lifetime ends it dissapears regardless of other messages, and if there's no messages in the popup, then the whole popup is being hidden (this is because it is not a popup who has timer, but a single message). I think I can add an option to reset the other messages' timers whenever the new message pops up, there is no problem to do that I think.
Thanks for that tip.

About the XCompMgr, I did't know that (I don't use this feature often). I'll try to check it out and maybe find a way to destroy this bug :)
Thanks once again.

Regards


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 Horizontal scrollbar

 
 by arti on: Nov 15 2005
 
Score 50%

Hi xis,

could you please implement a horizontal scrollbar in the message window? Some of the kernel messages are longer than what my display shows at 1024x768 and I can just read the beginning of the message. Besides from that, I like your app! :-)

Regards
arti


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 Re: Horizontal scrollbar

 
 by xis on: Nov 15 2005
 
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Hi,
I've just added it to my TODO list, so it should be done in official 0.4 release :)


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 Ebuild problem

 
 by smart2128 on: Nov 15 2005
 
Score 50%

I placed the ebuild in /usr/local/portage/app-admin/metamonitor and when i run "ebuild metamonitor-0.4beta1.ebuild digest" I receive:
!!! Name error in 0.4beta1
!!! Error: PF is null 'metamonitor-0.4beta1'; exiting.

The problem is the filename structure:
http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/devrel/handbook/handbook.xml?part=2&chap=1#doc_chap2
If i change it in metamonitor-0.4_beta1.ebuild I solve this problem but then the ebuild can't find the source file on SRC_URI=ftp://... , of course.
Can you check this problem?

Thanks.


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 Re: Ebuild problem

 
 by xis on: Nov 15 2005
 
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Yes, It is fixed now and should work :)


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 Re: Ebuild problem

 
 by smart2128 on: Nov 15 2005
 
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Yes, now it works. :)
Thanks.


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