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AUTHORS OF UMTSMON
==================
Over 90% of umtsmon was written by Klaas van Gend in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009.
It is licensed under the GPLv2 License, see the file COPYING
However, Klaas is not the only copyright holder as some parts were derived
from or based on other sources. Also: several people gave advise on some
implementation topics or did supply patches or translations.
This file tries to list those contributions:
0)
Christofer Wesseling contributed to several parts of umtsmon as part
of his internship work at T-Mobile.
1)
the SerialPort class was based on COMGT 0.3 by Paul Hardwick
COMGT itself was based a package called dcon by Daniel Chouinard
See http://www.pharscape.org/content/view/46/70/
COMGT v0.3 was licensed under the GPLv2 or later.
Paul Hardwick also contributed to the DetectCard and Device classes.
2)
Debugging some issues in the SerialPort class was done with suggestions made by:
* Roel van den Broeck
* Martijn Wijms
* Tom Geelen
* Wouter Moors
3)
The image ok.png is taken from the tdelibs3 RPM from SuSE9.3
It is from the CrystalSVG icon set. According to the RPM, all files are
licensed through the GPL or LGPL.
4)
The UMTSmon logo as used on the website was drawn by 'Tazz_tux'.
5)
Autodetection for the Nozomi 2.2+ drivers and multiple pcmcia socket enumeration
was contributed by Stefan Seyfried [seife@suse.de]
Stefan also worked on several other issues related to card detection.
6)
The 'Runner' code to run other programs from umtsmon, specifically the piece to communicate
through pipes with the program run, was inspired by code from the following web page:
http://www.cryptnet.net/fdp/gtk/exec.html
the code on that page is GPL and copyrighted by V. Alex Brennen [vab@metanet.org] .
7)
Icons in the images/{16|22|SVG} directories come from the Tango icon
set, available at: http://tango.freedesktop.org/Tango_Icon_Library
These icons are licensed under the "Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike license"
We think that we comply with the requirements of the license, even though we ship
the icons inside the umtsmon binary.
8)
Several compile-related and user interface issues were fixed by Gerald Pfeifer.
9)
fixup old/original Vodafone 3G detection, patch by dj9pz (Arnd Gronenberg)
10)
Huawei E220 fixes by Norbert Preining (norbusan)
11)
Lubomir Schmidt started translation into German and did lots of testing.
12)
additional German translations by Philipp Kießler, Dietmar Maurer and Thorsten Hesemeyer.
13)
translation work into Portugese (pt_PT) by Pedro Algarvio.
14)
some fixes by Carsten Clasohm.
15)
several UI improvements by Danny Kukawka.
16)
Translation into Norwegian Bokmaal by Klaus Ade Johnstad.
17)
comprehensive Sierra Wireless device support added by Phil Gorsuch
18)
Translation into Spanish by Emilio Arrufat, enhancements by Manuel Tornos
19)
Translation into Italian by Alessandro Briosi
20)
Translation into Polish by Tomasz Dominikowski
21)
Translation into Indonesian by Andika Triwidada
22)
The CID is now configurable from the config file thanks to Tobias Stober
23)
Michael Gisbers helped getting the HSO devices to work
24)
Till Busch provided tricks to add a "make install" target to umtsmon.
25)
Robert Verspuy fixed an issue with the Samsung Innov8 or i8510 mobile phone
26)
Martin Dummer provided the manpage and several fixes to umtsmon to allow
adding umtsmon to Debian. He also made gksu work with umtsmon.
27)
Dietmar Hillbrich implemented support for the Ericsson F3507g device.
If you have found any ommissions, please contact the author through the Sourceforge website:
http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/umtsmon

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How to build umtsmon from source
================================
Prerequisites:
--------------
You need to have QT version 3 installed, including the development libs and
tools. Usually these are packages called qt-devel and such.
At this moment, umtsmon will not compile with QT4,
See the corresponding bug on sourceforge.
You need to have the header files for libusb installed. Some systems
such as OpenSUSE have this in a package called libusb-devel.
Make sure that you also have the related development tools installed: you
should have a directory with 'uic', 'qmake' and 'moc' in your search path.
Alternatively, you might want to call qmake with the full path and it will
adjust the Makefile to list full paths to the other binaries.
Also, the environment variable QTDIR should exist, nowadays usually something
like /usr/lib/qt3.
Steps to build & install:
-------------------------
tar xzvf <umtsmonfile.tar.gz>
cd <umtsmondirectory>
qmake
make clean all
make install
The make install will install the umtsmon application by default in
/usr/local/bin
Translations:
-------------
The above will build and install umtsmon.
During the build process, it will also build and install the
translations automatically.
Translation files end in .qm and by default are installed in:
/usr/local/share/umtsmon/translations
Config file location:
---------------------
umtsmon uses a configuration file in ~/.umtsmon/umtsmonrc .
If this file does not exist, it will be created.

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UMTSMON
=======
Welcome!
Thanks for giving umtsmon a try. umtsmon is a tool to handle UMTS (3G) devices in Linux.
At this moment, umtsmon is still a work in progress.
umtsmon 0.10 is a huge improvement over previous releases:
* UI starts immediately and starts worrying about devices later
* add support for HSO devices
* autoconnect
* and many smaller improvements, like improved logging, more info in system info dialog,
updated translations, add support for Ericsson F3507g, etc.
Known major bugs:
* umtsmon cannot perform autodetection correctly on some 2.6.20 Linux kernels.
* umtsmon doesn't work at all with bluetooth right now.
* the UI feels sluggish sometimes
Anyway, we hope you find this program useful.
NOTE for people using ZeroCD devices (usually on USB ports),
as supplied by Huawei or Option, umtsmon now should
find usb_modeswitch if it is in your path and use it.
If you don't have usb_modeswitch, please find it here:
http://www.draisberghof.de/usb_modeswitch/
Klaas van Gend and the umtsmon team

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TODO

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TODO
This file contains a list of things to be done and a list of what's done
already.
Any entry starting with an X is completed.
Any entry starting with an / is "half" completed
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
For the 0.10 release:
X suspend logging during setting PIN/PUK.
X add checks whether user is part of 'dialout' and 'uucp' groups
X BUG TO BE REPORTED:
- even if *time* limit is hit, still data limit mentioned in warning dialog.
- that dialog is not i18n aware
X BUG:
X ###P1 t=935: ERROR: APN contains illegal character
this error should be visible to the GUI user, too.
X it also means that the checks in the profile dialog need to improve
X Create a new popup class that saves whether the customer wants to see the dialog again
X add a "welcome" at umtsmon start
X add a "please create a profile" at gui start
X Sierra Wireless Aircard 875 returns a number (I saw 23201 once) as operator - that should be masked...
- Novatel devices do this, too
- Huawei also sometimes
* (observed on Novatel cards only): if subsequent calls to AT+COPS do not return
the operator namei (but an empty string), make sure you cached the previous instance.
NOTE: first research why - this might be due to CREG/CGREG or so...
X implement number-to-operator cache
X use cache
X on single port cards (maybe also on multi-port cards)
not having autoupdate radio prefs on, will hang umtsmon after
shutting down the network connection
X I18n changes:
X make setting for non-en_US language persistent
X get list of all possible languages
X add menu option to set language from GUI
* Indonesian, thanks to Andika Triwidada
* Russian, thanks to Soussine Viktor
X auto connect option
X only allow auto connect when previously a connection was successful for that profile
X ensure device switching can be automated, too
X hardware enablement:
X finish Option HSO device support
X Solomon SCMi 250u
X Ericsson F3507g
X add Device class name and port info to System info dialog
X remember if roaming last time, so can show right stats at startup
* ConnectionInfo(ACM) - if a device doesn't work well on CGREG, we should make
the registration be part of the signal quality. i.e. always ask for signal quality
and make the registration depend on that. This requires changing the isDeviceRegistered()
and other members.
* ConnectionInfoACM seems to work as fine as ConnectionInfo does. Why have two?
- of course not entirely true: roaming info is missing
* BUG:
* Huawei modems no longer understand roaming vs home network
X various bugs fixed and optimizations around profiles:
- better handling of empty APN
- ability to set a profile from the command line
- immediately edit a profile after you create a new one
X CID is now configurable from the config file
X umtsmon no longer requires device to be fully operational at start
the device can now even be inserted after umtsmon has started
* The UI is sluggish
- move autodetection to a separate background thread
- fix the UIState to become a proper state machine
X allow for extra options in ppp through the /etc/ppp/peers file
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
For "FUTURE RELEASES":
* really make Aircard 875 (860/881U) work
* umtsmon crashes when a system comes out of suspend
* network operator wizard should also retrieve signal info for all operators
* check if the output of usb_modeswitch was good - or do we need to run again?
* auto update of stats should be always enabled until registered.
* check if UMTS card is forced to a specific network because if that
network is not available, you won't get a connection automatically
* Fix network selection of Novatel XU870
* move testersettings stuff from the various *_main.cpp files to TestFrame.cpp
* TO BE REPORTED BUG: when a usb serial plug is inserted *AND* a usb2serial-based card like the
Option, the new autodetection code will decide ttyUSB0 and ttyUSB3 first.
the test for AT will fail - the card will only use ttyUSB3. Not good.
/ Fix flickering of LCDDisplay
* add a dialog that shows the progress of AutoDetect
* on single port cards, a malfunctioning PPP might leave the port in undefined state
* fix operation on 2.6.20 kernels (Bug #1662877)
* check if HSDPA is used and show in display
* if multiple Profiles exist, make the "Connect" button a drop-down or add a dialog.
* show the currently selected Profile on the mainwindow
* add a "STOP" feature that kills all network connections and
performs a "cardctl eject" command - only if pcmcia kernel module is loaded
note: "cardctl eject" on Suse 9.3, "pccardctl eject" on Suse 10.1
note: on Suse, this command is suid root, but we can run things as root anyway now
-> this feature should only exist for PCMCIA, as it makes no sense on USB
-> this feature is dangerous on nozomi cards as it might freeze the whole system
* fix compilation for QT4 (Bug # 1527835)
-> only go to QT4 if it doesn't impact the amount of required libraries
* remove all assert(false) from the code
* Wizards for PPP configuration
* SMS handling:
* do code page translation as the character sets don't match
* add receiving SMS
* Make single serial port cards co-exist with PPP
(not by mutual exclusion as it is now, but by interrupting data streams)
See note in SerialPort.cpp: This code can be derived from modem.cpp in kppp.
Reportedly, also OpenMoko's gsmd can do this for us.
* more graphics
- animated connect and search network graphics?
- adjust font sizes for DPI settings in LCDDisplay
* diagnose more configuration errors
* installers
* (See Bug 1856802) for some device/operator, the MTU changes between GPRS and
UMTS operation. The only workaround is currently to set a fixed MTU in
the file /etc/ppp/options, which then is used for both radio modes.
* add location identification, like shown in this application:
http://www.ullihome.de/index.php/Hauptseite#Net_Monitor
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
History of releases:
What was in the 0.1 release:
X enter pin code during startup to unlock the card
X switching of network operators
X SMS sending
X some detection of Option GT cards
What was new in the 0.2 release:
X PCMCIA card autodetection
X Option GT autodetection + use
X Option Fusion(+) autodetection + use
/ SonyEricsson GC79 (autodetection only)
X command line override of autodetection
X create basic website
X if umtsmon is started immediately after card was inserted, the SIM
interface might not have been initialised yet. That's currently handled
incorrectly: we *should* allow some time and poll for the interface to
become available.
What was in the 0.3 release:
X card autodetection
X SonyEricsson GC79 autodetection (done)
X Option GT EDGE (Combo) autodetection (done)
X serial_cs-based cards autodetection (done)
X Sierra Wireless Aircard 775 EDGE
X Novatel Merlin UMTS Modem U630
X logging verbosity should be configurable
X create DEBUG macro's
X convert all existing printf's and cout's to DEBUG statements
X create a method to handle critical errors
X Add a technology selector - 3G only, 3G preferred, 2G only etc.
This is important for fringe network coverage.
X Make signal strength visible in title bar when minimized
X add checkbox to enable/disable the update of network stats
What was in the 0.4 release:
X Enhance PCMCIA detection to handle multiple PCMCIA slots.
(implemented by Stefan Seyfried)
X card autodetection
X Huawei Technologies Mobile E612
X Detect 'Holtzman' Nozomi drivers (which have different /dev interface names)
(implemented by Stefan Seyfried)
x add feature to issue commands as "root" user
X apply the trick from kppp to do this
X must clean up code for handling of error conditions first
X implement start/stop PPP connection from within umtsmon
X various interactions:
- not possible to switch radio type when connected - should be disabled
- not possible to connect when searching - connect should be disabled
- when connected - disable connect button or reuse as "disconnect" button
X implement configuration file for persistent settings
X add window to enter required PPP (APN, username, passwd) settings
X enter PUK code dialog
X improved PIN code dialog
What was in the 0.5 release:
X Fix security issues with respect to PPP by separating out the configuration
into a separate program that can modify system settings after asking for
a root password - the main UI doesn't need root privileges anymore.
X card autodetection
X Option 'ICON' USB box
X 4G Systems 'Web n Walk' USB box
X Original Option Vodafone 3G card
X implement changing of PIN code settings
X refactor PIN code enter thingie to separate widget that can be re-used
X make sure that the PIN dialogs use '*' instead of number for
increased security
X new dialog: change pin code
X new dialog: disable/enable use of pin code
X re-layout the UI
X separate out SMS code
X separate out network switching code
X separate out profile dialog
X create a menu and move functionality there
X add dialog check for suid of pppd
For the 0.6 release:
X back out patch to DetectCard to sudo /dev/noz*
X add dialog to check for correct suid of all helper binaries and serial devices
X Add detection of Kyocera device (won't work, though)
X Add detection of Novatel XU870 (operation not complete - delayed to 0.7)
X Make Sony Ericsson GC79 work (Bug #1499130)
X fix SMS sending
X fix about dialog (c) message and AUTHORS tab
X more graphical network strength view
X make PPPConnection more robust
X add 'noauth' to Profile
For the 0.6.9 release - will be in OpenSuse 10.3:
X rewrite autodetection
/ switch to use libusb
* and use current code as backup for non libusb systems
X usb detection first, pcmcia later
X add option to specify ppp port on command line
X attempt several baud rates if needed (Bug #1690898)
X test all ports to use (AT/PPP) before actually continuing - if there are
three ports but only one is usable - switch to single port!
/ finish getting the SonyEricsson GC79 to work (Bugs #1499130 and #1746965)
X make sure *all* AT commands are suppressed whilst PPP active
X show error log in case PPP fails
X move setRadioPreferences to its own dialog (Bug #1631291)
X Profile dialog: check for unsaved items if OK is pressed
/ add support for:
X Dell Wireless 5510 (bug #1785692)
/ Sony Ericsson GC86
Additional for the 'real' 0.7 release:
X a few bug fixes by Gerald and Seife.
X document-new.png and document-save.png in newprofiledialog.ui are missing
X make a real application icon
For the 0.7.91 release (i.e. 0.7-beta1):
X Sierra Wireless Aircard 875 support
X Huawei 220 doesn't like if you use the third port
/ fix GC86 port operation (bug #1792667)
* add umtsmon to Debian
X .deb package for umtsmon-0.6 Ubuntu already exists
* internationalization
/ dutch (nl) - Klaas
* brazilian portugese (pt-br) - Alvaro
/ german (de) - Lubomir
* french/polish/russian/spanish/korean/other languages only if volunteers
X fix the LCDDisplay to show "operator" "profile" and such i18n as well
X language selection from command line
X language selection through "LANG" environment variable
/ icons
X get more icons from the Tango series
/ move help/no/ok/services icons to the 22 and 16 directories
X add .desktop file
X improve Gentoo ebuild (needed for i18n and .desktop anyway)
X if usbserial card detected, but module not loaded, suggest to load module
X emit a message (other than just crashing :-() in the case nothing was detected
X added /etc/*-release to the info dialog, Bug# 1722979
X added the pppd version number to the info dialog, Bug# 1617912
X introduce manage profile dialog and fixup Profiles dialog
X FIX: on single port cards, a malfunctioning PPP might leave the port in undefined state
X maintain statistics and an alarm if you hit a percentage of bandwith per month
X add settings to Profile Dialog
X store traffic data in config file
X show sum & status in display
X throw warning if threshold hit
X solve the CGREG/CREG issue for ACM devices that don't answer that query well
(bug 1865927)
X add new advanced ppp option: No Compression Control Protocol negotiation
For the 0.8 (final) release:
X improve i18n - bring all languages up-to-date
X dutch is at 98%
X german is high too
X fixup MonthlyTraffic creation
- starting at GUI Start (logically - is part of mainwindow class)
- twice before creating connection
- before sending SMS
X merge Gerald's ctrl-c in ui (connect) patch
X merge Seife's ctrl-c on cmdline (sigint) patch
X sending SMS fails on Novatel U740
- card returns "CME Error 305" when over limit of max characters
- that's not a known error ?!?
X but the error was not even detected!
X allow to suppress PPP verbosity (Seife)
X Fix flickering of LCDDisplay - mostly done
X if single port device - don't show network strength when connected
For the 0.9 release:
X create a umtsmon-i18n mailing list
X work on commit list
X get all USB IDs from 2.6.24^H^H25 into the USB AutoDetector
X TODO: real Option (option.c)
X TODO: Sierra Wireless (sierra.c) - patches by Phil
X TODO: Huawei (only a few IDs in use)
X TODO: others
X make Huawei E220 work acceptably
X add ignores for unsollicited updates
X fix all oddities, including immediate return on network operator change
X make Sierra Wireless 8775 work acceptably
X create separate Sierra Wireless Device type - patch by Phil
X make TempSerial port class
X set CHAT stuff on same port as PPP connection
X switch AT and PPP ports if card says so (APP1 answer to ATI query) - patch by Danny
/ make Option HSO devices work acceptably
X new Device class
/ modify Autodetect_USB to also scan for HSO devices
X remove the 'nocompression' option from the Profile and
always make sure that "no header compression" is used. This fixes at least
50% of the recent bug reports and forum posts.
X Do not just look for icon_switch, but also for:
- HuaweiAktbo http://linux.frankenberger.at/Huawei_E220.html
- usb_modeswitch http://www.draisberghof.de/usb_modeswitch/
X use the above tools if needed
X Time limits (like we already have data limits)
X add to profile class & UI
X add to MonthlyTraffic
X add to LCDDisplay
X add alerts
/ new display
X display connected time
* show new icons for roaming/home
X show triangle for roaming
X i18n: spanish + norwegian bokmal + italian + polish
X optimize "select operators dialog"
X make it a wizard?
X separate model-view-controller to improve code.
* wizard also retrieves signal info for all operators
X card switching for ICON (ZeroCD device)
X the Huawei 220 is a ZeroCD device, that can be easily switched
X add autodetection for the usb_storage thingie
/ fixup bluetooth
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