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netcfgGUI

   0.5  

KDE Networking Tool

Score 81%
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Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  837
Submitted:  Feb 16 2009
Updated:  Mar 16 2009

Description:

A netcfg2 GUI

Requirements:
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- netcfg v2+ by iphitus
- wireless tools v.29 by Jean_Tourrilhes (Download: http://www.hpl.hp.com/personal/Jean_Tourrilhes/Linux/wireless_tools.29.tar.gz)
- Qt 4.4.3+




Changelog:

v.0.5 3/16/09
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*Options: Cancel now really discards all unsaved changes
*Network Scanner: parses now iwlist scan output to finally get encryption protocol and sets toolTip information
*fixed: ability to click on Activate, although no profile was selected and the programm crashed
*added: Quick wireless network scan in main context menu, creates automatically a profile for chosen access point, asks, if needed, for the encryption key and finnaly activates the profile
*added: profiles in main context menu, on click: activate/deactivates profile

v.0.4 2/28/09
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*removed: interface context menu
*added: non-blocking network scan result in main context menu (see picture 3)
*added: several useful options
*added: warning message and option to auto-wireless-connect if connection to AP got lost
*fixed: some icon/toolTip bugs after status changed

v.0.3 2/22/09
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*options added
*possibility toconnect with netcfg-auto-wireless on startup added
*auto activate interface before scanning added
*small bug fix in scanning dialog

v.0.2 2/17/09
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*WPA Options added
*startup tray icon refresh
*some read/write bugs fixed

v.0.1 2/16/09
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*initial release




LicenseGPL
Source(netcfgGUI_0.5)
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 0.3

 
 by Known on: Feb 22 2009
 
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thanks to all :)
version 0.3 was compiled on static-installed wireless tools version 30-pre7 so it will work no matter wich wireless tools version you have installed, well it shouldn't be to old...


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 Implement Implement

 
 by rencord on: Mar 18 2009
 
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Hi, this's a nice project, i like it.
But i'm using a cabled connection too. Why don't implement the control for the non-wired connections?


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 Re: Implement Implement

 
 by Known on: Mar 18 2009
 
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Thanks for your feedback. It is a general netcfg2 GUI so you can activate ethernet profiles as well as wifi profiles alike. Well, I maybe focused on wifi because im basically using it, but i didnt forgot ethernet profiles ;)


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 Re:Implement Implement

 
 by rencord on: Mar 19 2009
 
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Oh i'm really sorry; i didn't look at profile option.
Now i can say: Great Job man! :D


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 Save profiles

 
 by rencord on: Mar 26 2009
 
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me another time!
I dunno why i can't save my profile. Every time he ask me for root privileges but i'm already root. I tryied to execute it with root user and with sudo but it give me everytime the same error.

How can i do ?


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 A couple of bugs...

 
 by gondsman on: Jul 29 2009
 
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Hi!
First of allthanks for the great app! However, I have a couple of problems with it.
First of all when I create a new profile, it writes the protection in the configuration file as "WPA" or "WEP". Unfortunately those do not work, as it should be "wpa" and "wep" (lowercase). I'm not a programmer, but it should be easy to fix.
Another bug in the profile editor shows when I select the IP manually. Even if I leave the "broadcast" field empty, it gets written in the configuration. Deleting the "broadcast" word from my file makes my connection work.
Also, in netcfg 2.2.0 and later, there is support for ethernet-iproute and wireless-dbus connection methods. They will become the new standard, so it would be a nice choise to have in the editor.
Thank you very much, finally I have a (quite) easy way to manage my connections!


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 signal incorrect

 
 by toketin90 on: Dec 6 2009
 
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Hi, i'm trying NetcgfGUI but i've a strange problem because it displays a signal of only 5% even if my netbook is in front of my router, is it a bug or a my problem? Thanks


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