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KNemo

   0.7.6  

KDE Networking Tool

Score 88%
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  70802
Submitted:  May 30 2004
Updated:  Dec 4 2012

Description:

KNemo - the KDE Network Monitor

A detailed review of the KNemo 0.4.7 can be found at Softpedia:
http://www.softpedia.com/reviews/linux/KNemo-Review-53310.shtml

KNemo offers a network monitor similar to the one found in Windows. For every network interface it displays an icon in the systray. It can also optionally montor traffic statistics.




Changelog:

Version 0.7.6
  • Tweak the dialogs to make them a bit more compact

  • Make the traffic plotter widgets behave more like those in the KDE System Monitor

  • Fix a few minor bugs that gave us wrong values in the traffic plotter range



  • LicenseGPL
    Source(KNemo 0.7.6 source)
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     LibNl Dependency

     
     by dovidhalevi on: Nov 11 2012
     
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    On Debian, there are currently two libnl's, libnl1 and libnl3. I had both the lib and dev files for libnl1 (as well as the lib for libnl3) but the cmake kicked. So I updated the dev file to version 3. Still kicked. So cannot build.

    Probably should be using the newer one but the package search did not like either. Only thing I can think of is that the new libnl works with multiarch.

    How to get this latest and greatest to build?


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     Re: LibNl Dependency

     
     by jstamp on: Nov 11 2012
     
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    You'll need to install: kdelibs5-dev kde-workspace-dev libiw-dev libnl-3-dev libnl-route-3-dev

    Maybe also clean out the build dir in case cmake's cache is messing things up?

    But that should do it.


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     Re: Re: LibNl Dependency

     
     by dovidhalevi on: Nov 12 2012
     
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    Dependencies are there.
    Removed and recreated clean build folder.
    Problem persists!


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     Re: Re: Re: LibNl Dependency

     
     by jstamp on: Nov 12 2012
     
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    I don't know what's causing the problem or exactly what it looks like -- haven't run across anything like it, and Debian successfully uploaded 0.7.4 to experimental.

    Would you email me the full console output starting with the cmake command? That might give us some clues. Also, you mentioned multiarch. Are you building for a non-native architecture?


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     Bug with graph range

     
     by clearthought on: Nov 11 2012
     
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    In versions 0.7.4 and 0.7.5:
    "Specify graph range" unchecked.
    "Maximum value" textbox: "10000.00 KiB/s".
    Real maximum on the graph: 10 KiB/s, and it's not just a wrong label, it's the real maximum displayed.


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     Re: Bug with graph range

     
     by jstamp on: Nov 12 2012
     
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    I think I see what's happening. A new release will happen in about 2-3 weeks after I work on a few other things.

    For now, close KNemo. In knemorc under the Plotter_* group, delete the MinimumValue & MaximumValue entries. Then restart. That should bring back the original auto range behavior.


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     Re: Re: Bug with graph range

     
     by clearthought on: Nov 12 2012
     
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    Thank you for your response.
    Actually, auto range works and I can change between auto and manual. It's just that in the GUI it's not possible to set maximum above 10000, and although it shows "10 000 KiB/s" in the GUI, the plotter uses that as 10 000 B/s. I tried to set MaximumValue to my desired value in knemorc, but the GUI maxes out at 49 KiB/s.


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     shortcut to data plotter

     
     by cookie170 on: Nov 27 2012
     
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    I'm using knemo on a notebook in various networks. Often I need to have a look at the data plotter (if this is the correct name in English) to check whether I'm on a slow or fast connection.

    Can you provide a possibility to start the data plotter (in German: »Datenplotter anzeigen«) via keyboard shortcut?

    Thank you!


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     Re: shortcut to data plotter

     
     by jstamp on: Nov 28 2012
     
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    That sounds reasonable. I'll look into it.

    It won't be ready in time for 0.7.6, which will be out in a few days. You can expect it in 0.7.7.


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     Re: Re: shortcut to data plotter

     
     by cookie170 on: Jan 24 2013
     
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    Is it difficult to implement? I'd really appreciate a shortcut.


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     Background color

     
     by waltervalenti on: Mar 4 2013
     
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    It's possible change the background color for
    "network trafic" sensor ?


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     Re: Background color

     
     by jstamp on: Mar 13 2013
     
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    Not through KNemo.

    The network traffic dialog uses KDE's signal plotter. And as far as I know, that can only be set through the "View Background" color in KDE's System Settings.


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     New Version of knemo?

     
     by cookie170 on: Jun 26 2013
     
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    May I ask (as politely as possible, of course!) if a new version of knemo will be published, including a shortcut to the dataplotter?!


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     Re: New Version of knemo?

     
     by jstamp on: Jul 10 2013
     
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    You're right. I dropped the ball on that.

    I'm working on it right now, and I'll PM you when I have something for you to test.


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     Feature suggestion... :)

     
     by sp8472 on: Jul 13 2013
     
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    Hopefully it's something simple to implement - it sure would be useful!

    Right now, statistics accumulate for all network traffic, and this is okay if your computer only ever connects to one network. However, if you connect to many wireless networks and one home network, you're usually only interested in bandwidth stats for your home network (so you know how much you're paying in a month to your ISP) and don't really care about the rest.

    Would it be possible to add something to the billing period rules so that we could specify which wireless network to track stats for (by choosing the name of the network as is shown on KNemo's status dialog under ShowStatusDialog>Wirless>ConnectedTo)? :) This would be great, as most people really aren't concerned with how much bandwidth they use at Internet Cafe's. ;)

    Thanks for reading! :) Awesome little app, thanks for making it!


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     Re: Feature suggestion... :)

     
     by jstamp on: Jul 16 2013
     
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    Yes, it would be useful. But there's a couple of things getting in the way.


    The first is personal. I've finally come to admit that I'm just not interested in KNemo anymore. I'm willing to do bugfixes, but not add new features. To that end, I'm going to do a release in a couple of weeks to take care of one last minor request and then see if anyone wants to adopt the program.


    The second is technical. Right now the statistics/accounting side of KNemo gets the most feature requests. People want it to limit traffic accounting to a specific wireless network (like you do), or offer a breakdown of traffic by connections (work, home, ...), or exclude specific IP ranges from accounting, etc.

    KNemo COULD only log traffic when connected to a specific wireless network but it would only know about traffic that happened during the session. If you log out and download a large file from a console, KNemo won't know about it. It would tend to underreport traffic. As an X based program running with ordinary privileges, it's just not the right solution for anything beyond basic traffic logging.

    I tried to get around some of this by having KNemo check vnstat's logs on startup. That way it can catch up with traffic that went over the interface since the last time you logged in. But vnstat only logs by interface, so we can't get any more detailed info from that.

    A better solution would be for a kind of supercharged vnstat--maybe a daemon that listens for network connection changes via D-Bus? It could log the info that people want, it'd be more accurate than KNemo, and it wouldn't suffer the limitations that KNemo has. And then any app could poll it.

    Unless I'm missing something, it doesn't look like the current vnstat, darkstat, ntop, etc. would do all that'd be needed. Someone might need to write something new, but it's not going to be me :)


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     Re: Re: Feature suggestion... :)

     
     by sp8472 on: Jul 30 2013
     
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    Ah, sorry. Didn't realize you were leaving... Thanks for taking the time to reply! :)

    Just as an afterthought though, what about a new item on the right-click menu for the tray icon "suspend/resume accounting"... That should be dirt simple... a menu item and an if{} statment around the stats-logging code to make it stop counting? ;) That way we could still use the traffic plotter, but not contaminate our stats with traffic from public networks.

    Even the ability to temporarily disable accounting like this would be EXTREMELY useful.


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