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Kepas - KDE Easy Publish and Share

   0.9.3  

KDE File Sharing

Score 85%
Kepas - KDE Easy Publish and Share
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Kepas - KDE Easy Publish and Share
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Kepas - KDE Easy Publish and Share
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  890
Submitted:  Jan 21 2008
Updated:  Jan 26 2009

Description:

Kepas is a zeroconf KDE4 filetransfer tool.
It discovers your local LAN for buddies (KDNSSD) and lets you transfer files or klipper entries from a trayicon or via drag 'n drop with the kepas plasmoid.

Current features:

* Run Kepas as Plasmoid or Trayicon
* Zeroconf buddy discovery in your LAN (KDNSSD)
* Filetransfer between buddies (kepas or giver)
* Filetransfer to kopete ICQ contacts
* Filetransfer to kopete Jabber contacts
* Transfer of klipper entries
* Activate received klipper entries
* Transfer KNotes
* Drag 'n Drop Files on the kepas Plasmoid
* Configure the destination folder and nickname
* Start a Public Folder (KPF)
* Monitor your Public Folders
* available Public Folders are shown on Buddy discovery
* public dbus Methods to SendFile, SendKlipper, SendKNote


TODO:

* Directory Transfer

BUGS:

* either the plasmoid or the trayicon can be started; not both !




Changelog:

Version 0.9.3:

* fixed Plasma build
* Send KNotes
* public dbus methods to SendFile, SendKlipper, SendKNote
* Show Buddylist on left clicking the trayicon

10.04.2008:

* fixed Plasma crash on login when autoloading Kepas Plasmoid

Version 0.9:

* Filetransfer to Jabber contacts
* full KPF functionality
* Link to Url on Buddies with Public Folder
* check if File already exists
* several bugfixes




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 Great!

 
 by Znurre on: Jan 21 2008
 
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How I've longed for an app like this.
The first time I looked at "giver" I loved the idea of simple file sharing like this. Unfortunately giver was GTK based.

I was thinking about making an own clone of it, but here you have created a very nice alternative that's even a lot better than giver.

Thanks a lot for this!


openSuSE User, what else?
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 How to use it

 
 by tikal26 on: Jan 22 2008
 
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How do U use it, I installed it using cmake . but I don;t know how to set it up or add the plasmoid to my desktop.


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 Re: How to use it

 
 by tpatzig on: Jan 22 2008
 
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Afert you've build it succesfully (cmake; make; make install) you just need to run either the tray (kepastray) or the plasmoid.
To see the plasmoid in the widget list you have to restart plasma.

ATM you cant start both (kepastray and the kepas plasmoid), this will freece plasma.
Thats todo for 0.2 ;)


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 Nice

 
 by Violet on: Jan 22 2008
 
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What is KDNSSD? I never heard of it?

Also I use a python program called woof to easily create a webserver and zip files across the network with that, maybe you could intergrate it or something like that?
http://www.linux.com/articles/60098

Command line control is a must for me.


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 Re: Nice

 
 by tpatzig on: Jan 22 2008
 
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KDNSSD is a library to announce and browse for DNS based Services in your local LAN.
http://api.kde.org/4.x-api/kdelibs-apidocs/dnssd/html/index.html

Its in my TODO list to include the kpf service from kde3 into kepas. This is also a mini-webserver, which "just" has to be ported to Qt4.


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 Re: Re: Nice

 
 by Violet on: Jan 22 2008
 
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Thanks for the reply, and will there be a command line mode? At the minimum the ability to serve a file on the temporary webserver is a must for me


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 openSUSE RPMs

 
 by apokryphos on: Jan 22 2008
 
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Might be a good idea to link to the openSUSE RPMs or 1-click-install (which works for i386 too) as well? Awesome application!


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 Suggestions/Bugs

 
 by apokryphos on: Jan 22 2008
 
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Couple of suggestions:
* Why not use KDE's "Open File" dialog instead?
* Would be nice to be able to drag files from the Desktop/File Manager onto the user that you want to transfer them to (nice feature of Giver).
* It also doesn't let me change picture -- should that work or has it not been implemented yet?
* Sending files doesn't seem to work, I get:

current Buddy Content: SN "kepas on haris@linux"
Host: "linux" : 45475
initFileSender - user= "francis"
request finished

....but there is no notification on the other computer about receiving a file. I have tried sending from the other computer as well, but the same thing happens.


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 Re: Suggestions/Bugs

 
 by tpatzig on: Jan 22 2008
 
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Thanks. Good hints.
Changing and sharing your buddylist picture is on my todo. Drag 'n Drop into the buddylist wouldnt be difficult -> be patient for 0.2 ;) (same for the openFile Dialog)
When the sendFile method works properly(firewall disabled on the serving port? buddies can "see" each other?) it should call a KNotification on the peer (like kopete does).If made a new tarball with small fixes, checkout thisone.


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 share KDNSSD only?

 
 by micmic on: Jan 22 2008
 
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is this program working with fish and|or ftp?


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