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KDE Networking Tool

Score 72%

Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.5.x
Downloads:  11480
Submitted:  Sep 28 2006


KNetworkManager is the KDE front end for NetworkManager. It provides a sophisticated and intuitive user interface which enables users easily to switch their network environment.

The range of functions encompasses the features implemented by NetworkManager daemon. Up until now NetworkManager supports:

* Wired Ethernet Devices (IEEE 802.3)
* Wireless Ethernet Devices (IEEE 802.11): Unencrypted, WEP, WPA Personal, WPA Enterprise
* Virtual Private Network (VPN): OpenVPN, VPNC
* Dial-Up (PPP), depending on availability of distribution specific backend.


- KDE 3.5.x
- NetworkManager 0.6.x
- D-Bus
- D-Bus Qt bindings


* initial release

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 Connection lost

 by synonymous on: Aug 29 2007
Score 50%

After logging out and then back in, knetworkmanger fails to connect to my network automatically. If I suspend to ram, it, shortly after resume will reconnect. If i either log out or reboot, it will not connect. ipw2915AGB
I think that if i use an unencrypted neighbors wireless, it will connect to theirs automatically. Weird
Does anyone have any insight as to when this will be robust enough to work? It'd be nice.

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 profil. f. wired net

 by gecko on: Sep 12 2007
Score 50%

how can I configure non dhcp networks with knetworkmanager?

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 vpn pkcs12 method?

 by katakombi on: Sep 19 2007
Score 50%


seems the vpn plugin doesnt support the pkcs12 method despite it is very easy to handle.
I'd hack that stuff but cant even get that silly thing to compile!!

Can't I use unsermake on the svn trunk?
It gives me undefined symbols :(

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 NetworkManager link

 by dive on: Feb 5 2008
Score 50%

Does anyone have a link to an rpm for NetworkManager? All I can find is source code and it looks like there are umpteen gnome deps to install.

Strange for a kde app!

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 Re: NetworkManager l

 by wstephenson on: Feb 22 2008
Score 50%

Get it from your distro. If your distro doesn't support it already, the gnome (build time) dependencies are the least of your problems in getting it working.

It's not a KDE application, but a cross-desktop daemon. Since it's coded using glib2 it only depends on that plus D-Bus and a few other network prerequesites, but pulls in Gnome dependencies to build the gnome applet, that until recently was shipped as part of the main daemon RPM.

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 Internet sharing out-of-box

 by ramiel on: Aug 20 2008
Score 50%

I need to share my internet connection from wired lan to wireless lan but in knetwrokmanager there's no way to do it in simple way.
Let me show you to explain how this work on mac os x.
Mac os settings ask me the source of internet connection (wired in my case) and the distributor (wirless,called airport on mac).In addition I had to specify name of ad-hoc connection and security stuff.Then the system think on activate dhcp and to set all firewall rules.I don't own a mac but a time I saw this and it was too simple,hiding non-foundamental information as dhcp and firewall to user.It could be easy realizing the same with knetworkmanager including a expert-user section to specify dhcp and iptable rules.

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 Encryption & VPN

 by UIManu on: Sep 24 2008
Score 50%

First of all, thank you for all the great work done.
I have however a question/suggestion. Does KNetworkManager support VPNC with the option no encryption ?


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