KNemo – network interfaces monitor for systray
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README.md

KNemo - a network monitor for TDE.

KNemo offers a network monitor similar to the one found in Windows. For every network interface it displays an icon in the systray. Tooltips and an info dialog provide further information about the interface. Passive popups inform about interface changes. A traffic plotter is also integrated. knemo polls the network interface status every second using the ifconfig, route and iwconfig tools.

IMPORTANT: KNemo has to be started using Trinity Control Center/Internet & Network/Network Monitor. Please do no longer use the KDE Service Manager to start and to stop KNemo. This change was necessary to keep KNemo from starting automatically for every user in a multiuser environment.

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Contributing

If you wish to contribute to knemo, you might do so:

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