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    Question knemo on KDE4/SUSE 11

    Does anyone know how to get KDE4 to use knemo for network monitoring? It installed OK, but I can't find where to select it as the active monitor...

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    Question Re: knemo on KDE4/SUSE 11

    Quote Originally Posted by alpinist View Post
    Does anyone know how to get KDE4 to use knemo for network monitoring? It installed OK, but I can't find where to select it as the active monitor...
    Yes this would be interesting, anyone a clue?

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    Default Re: knemo on KDE4/SUSE 11

    The only way i know is install/start kcontrol of kde3, configure knemo and activate it at the kde system services section of kcontrol
    knemo then opens in the system tray of the plasma panel
    Backdraw is that you have to start kcontrol->kde system services->knemo every time you start kde4. knemo doesn't load automaticly at the next login.
    Dunno if there is a way to start knemo without kcontrol (making it possible to automate its startup in a script)

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    RinseDeVries NNTP User

    Default Re: knemo on KDE4/SUSE 11


    The only way i know is install/start kcontrol of kde3, configure knemo
    and activate it at the kde system services section of kcontrol
    knemo then opens in the system tray of the plasma panel
    Backdraw is that you have to start kcontrol->kde system services->knemo
    every time you start kde4. knemo doesn't load automaticly at the next
    login.
    Dunno if there is a way to start knemo without kcontrol (making it
    possible to automate its startup in a script)


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    Default Re: knemo on KDE4/SUSE 11

    Hmm, found it:

    dcop kded kded loadModule knemod

    will start knemo under kde4, taken that (e.g. kdebase3) the neccesary kde3 libraries are installed.

    i created a shellscript containing this:


    #!/bin/bash

    sleep 10
    dcop kded kded loadModule knemod

    placed in ~/bin, made it executable, and added it to the startup module of kde4 in its systemsettings.


    Regards, Rinse

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    RinseDeVries NNTP User

    Default Re: knemo on KDE4/SUSE 11


    Hmm, found it:

    dcop kded kded loadModule knemod

    will start knemo under kde4, taken that (e.g. kdebase3) the neccesary
    kde3 libraries are installed.

    i created a shellscript containing this:


    #!/bin/bash

    sleep 10
    dcop kded kded loadModule knemod

    placed in ~/bin, made it executable, and added it to the startup module
    of kde4 in its systemsettings.


    Regards, Rinse


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    joe_morris NNTP User

    Default Re: knemo on KDE4/SUSE 11

    KNemo has been ported to KDE4. An x86_64 package for KDE 4.2 and openSUSE 11.1 is available at
    http://ftp.gwdg.de/pub/linux/misc/su...0.1.x86_64.rpm. If you need a 32 bit package, you could try rebuilding the src.rpm at http://ftp.gwdg.de/pub/linux/misc/su....1-0.1.src.rpm. It seems to be working well for me here.

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    Default Re: knemo on KDE4/SUSE 11

    it installed fine for me.....but i am unable to see the process running.any clues ???
    i enabled it in the netwrok settings in the system settings page and still i am unable to start it
    Sri Krishna

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