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Kepas - KDE Easy Publish and Share

   0.9.3  

KDE File Sharing

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Kepas - KDE Easy Publish and Share
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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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 kopete jabber

 
 by micmic on: Jan 22 2008
 
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>File transfer to kopete ICQ contacts

what about File transfer to kopete jabber contacts?


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 filesharing

 
 by Kosava on: Feb 1 2008
 
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i not yet tried this new version but i have few questions

1)Does kepas have option to add more then one folder to filesharing (kpf support just one folder per one porf) ?
2) Does fileserver have limites like spead limit ban and kick options ?

im very happy for this apps

thx.


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 Re: filesharing

 
 by tpatzig on: Feb 1 2008
 
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to 1) Sure, you can start more than one public file server. But of course, only one on the same port ;)
to 2) You can monitor the connections and stop them if wanted.


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 filesharing

 
 by Kosava on: Feb 1 2008
 
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does you can add here screen shot of filesharing look (kpf),and their control panel (view mode of conection)


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 Re: filesharing

 
 by tpatzig on: Feb 1 2008
 
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Here you go!


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 Kepas

 
 by Kosava on: Feb 10 2008
 
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does is possible to add optin on right click on folder or file share with kepas ? on kpf fileserver.

thx. for pictures


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 Can you send over the internet

 
 by Octo on: Jan 9 2009
 
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I see screen shots of Kepas showing a Kopet tab in buddies and I get the idea that you can send over the internet as well?

I was not able to allow others to connect to me for some reason. Maybe it is only meant fo Lan transfers ?


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 Some bugs

 
 by PhobosK on: Jan 26 2009
 
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Here are some bugs in 0.9.3 i found. The binaries are compiled with no changes on Ubuntu 8.10

1. Closing the "Monitor Server" window causes the plasmoid to crush and the systray application to exit with no errors.
2. When opening configuration dialog for a new public server the preselected default folder cannot turn the "Next" button active. One has to delete the last character of the folder and reenter it so the next button to be active. Selecting the same folder through the file dialog doesn't help too.
3. The configuration of the KPF is written in the kepasrc file but is never used if the application is closed and opened again (or added again for the plasmoid). So you end up in creating the server again after you logout and login KDE or after removing and adding the plasmoid again.

You can have a look at my previous bug report on an old svn version of kepas here:
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/kepas/+bug/307954
there bug 1 is obviously fixed
bugs 5 and 6 I cannot tell since i deinstalled KDE4's desktop and i left only the necessary libs to run some KDE apps.


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