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Per Johansson
netGo

Network by panzar 43 comments

We started a discussion about WPA in the previous page, but I still haven't decided. It seems like there's a big demand for WPA support.

This would require integrating wpa_supplicant in netGo and since I'm not using wpa_supplicant myself I haven't got a clue of how it works at the moment. So, if you're a wpa_supplicant user and have suggestions or ideas about how to integrate wpa_supplicant in netGo the best way, please drop me a mail: per.j@hjolug.org

There's also a little note about WPA in the FAQ at the netGo homepage: http://netgo.hjolug.org/faq.php - Oct 20 2005
netGo

Network by panzar 43 comments

Hm.. I've been hesitating about implementing WPA Supplicant support. The biggest reason is that it still supports a very limited amout of wlan cards. There is a solution for (the few?) people who owns a WPA Supplicant compitable card and wants to use netGo though: the "Custom script" feature. Just create a script that calls the WPA Supplicant commands and add the script to the profile.

This is definetly an interesting discussion, please tell me your opinion. - Oct 11 2005
netGo

Network by panzar 43 comments

I'm sorry, this is a known bug. I have created an entry for it in the FAQ on the netGo homepage: http://netgo.hjolug.org/faw.php

It describes how you can fix it yourself too. - Oct 11 2005
netGo

Network by panzar 43 comments

Hi,

thanks for the suggestion, but this has never been my intention with netGo. netGo is distro-independent in that way that it uses ifconfig, route etc. to set the network commands. It doesn't provide support for saving the network settings between restarts, you need to execute a profile at every startup. This approach is simple and works good since executing a profile is very easy and is done very fast. - Oct 11 2005
SpeedCrunch

Science by ariya 36 comments

Just wanted to thank the author. I've always used the python-interpreter for calculations before, but speedcrunch is more suitable. Keep it up! - Dec 07 2004
netGo

Network by panzar 43 comments

Hm, that's interesting.
I've never seen that app before, and to be honest I didn't think any app like that (except netGo) existed.

I don't get what you mean with "implementing support for it in netGo" since they are two separate apps doing the same thing?

Please reply if I misunderstood you :) - Oct 02 2004
KIO slave for iRiver iFP MP3 players

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by Fauli 9 comments

Im probably going to buy an IFP iRiver any day now, just making sure that it's totally compitable with Linux.

Thanks again for developing this app! - Sep 30 2004
KIO slave for iRiver iFP MP3 players

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by Fauli 9 comments

That's correct - it's possible to download mp3-files from the iRiver with the UMS-firmware. - Sep 30 2004
netGo

Network by panzar 43 comments

I don't see why Qt-apps shouldn't work on KDE :)
I'm not using KDE 3.3 myself, but I'm sure netGo would work. - Aug 28 2004
netGo

Network by panzar 43 comments

Hi!

Proxy-support has been on the TODO-list for a while, but I'm not sure if it's possible to achieve with Qt only (there is no problem with kde-apps).

We'll se. Thanks for the tip anyway. - Aug 28 2004
Kate

Text Editors by cullmann 43 comments

If you didn't know:
You can navigate between your open files very fast with alt+left cursor and alt+right cursor. I use it all the time. - Aug 21 2004
Kubication

Network by Skyhusker 19 comments

Sure. I was just curious.
I had already understod that all the similarities couldn't have been coincidences after looking at your app, you're even using the same output from the processes as me ;)

I could probably enumerate just as many similarities as your "differences", but I wont do that.

Good luck with your app! - Aug 03 2004
Kubication

Network by Skyhusker 19 comments

Hi!

I just downloaded your app and discovered it has got loads of similarities with my app netGo (http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=14221).
Don't take this wrong, I'm not accusing you for anything, I'm just curious if you got some inspiration from my app or if all the similarities just is a pure coincidence?

/Per Johansson (author of netGo). - Aug 02 2004
netGo

Network by panzar 43 comments

Thanks for the feedback.

Regarding your request:
I'm not completely sure of what you're meaning, but I guess you would like the interface to been brought down, the gateway unset, the wireless settings unset etc. when "stopping the profile" ?

Please, give me some more details about your idea. - Aug 02 2004
netGo

Network by panzar 43 comments

New version released, hope you'll enjoy it!
Dont forget to try the commandline execution, do: netGo - Aug 01 2004
netGo

Network by panzar 43 comments

Hi!

I really dont know why I haven't fixed a configure script.
I guess KDevelop generates one for you, I'll check that out.

/Per. - Jul 17 2004
netGo

Network by panzar 43 comments

Thanks for the tip wintermte, but I have removed the fixed size and I'm getting the same result anyway.
The problem seems to be that the QGroupBox or the QWidgetStack doesn't resize in proportion to its child widgets (in this case, the buttons).

Cheers,
Per. - Jul 17 2004
netGo

Network by panzar 43 comments

Hi Dan!

Im sorry about this, as I said in my last comment, this is high priority and it should be fixed as soon as possible.
I'm no design guru myself (I like to code), so I appreciate all kinds of help with the design I can get - if there's someone that is interested please contact me: per.j@hjolug.org

Thanks,
Per. - Jul 15 2004
netGo

Network by panzar 43 comments

Hi.

I would appreciate if you contacted me by e-mail when you see this. per.j@hjolug.org - Jul 13 2004
netGo

Network by panzar 43 comments

First of all, thanks a lot for the very encouraging respons!

"Does netGo change the settings at run time only? Which requires you to run netGo every time when you reboot."
- This was actually one of my biggest concerns when I started this project - should I save the networks-settings or not? But since this app is directed towards people that need to change their network-settings often and very easily depending on where they are at the moment, my final decision was not to save the network-settings.

There was a lot of feature-requests, so I'm pasting a part of the README-file:

Goals for coming releases
- Add more network-settings:
* ESSID (used in wireless-networks).
* Wireless-mode (ie. managed, ad-hoc).
* Encryption (wireless-networks).
* Proxys.
* The possibility to bring down other interfaces.
- Make it possible to choose between the dhcp-clients "dhcpcd" and "dhclient".
- Implement command-line support for executing a profile.
- Make it possible to use netGo as a trayicon in KDE.

Both wireless- and proxy-support is (as you can see) going to to be implemented in netGo as soon as possible.

"It would be great if u integrate dhcp support."
- Dhcp is allready supported - just enter "dhcp" in the Ip-field when adding a profile (netGo does only support the dhcp-client "dhcpcd" at the moment).

Regarding the layout-problems I can only "beklaga". The reason is that I'm terrible with the Qt-designer ;) But this is high-priority and I'm trying to get hold of someone that can help me out. - Jul 11 2004