IFMonitor iconIFMonitor 0.1.0

IFMonitor is a simple network interface monitor for KDE.
IFMonitor is a simple network interface monitor for KDE. With IFMontor you can see how you are using your network bandwidth. It depends by QWT library, by Uwe Rathmann and Josef Wilgen

Requirements:

· QWT library

Before install

Before installing IFMonitor, please make sure your system has qwt library installed. You can use "locate" to search for library. If your locate database isn't update, please update it with:

locate -u -e /mnt,/proc,/sys,/tmp,/root (as root)

after this, type:

locate qwt

If library is installed, you can see a lot of reference. If doesn't, you can see nothing. In this case, download sources from QWT Homepage and compile/install it following instructions of Authors.

Installation of IFMonitor binaries package:

Binaries package for Felinux provided here will be installed this way:

open konsole
type "su" and type your root password
type "installpkg ifmonitor-0.1.0-i486-1lb.tgz"

All done.

Run your ifmonitor by typing "ifmonitor" as a normal user in a konsole or select it into Accessories menu'.

Note: this package is also compatible with Slackware Linux, with libstdc++.so.6 (default 10.2 slack has libstdc++.so.5).

Compiling IFMonitor sources:

IFMonitor sources, provided here must be compiled to works on your system. Please, start with archive decompression, then open konsole and go into the directory. Here type:

export LDFLAGS="-lqwt";./configure
make
make install (as root)

All done.

Run your ifmonitor by typing "ifmonitor" as a normal user in a konsole or select it into Accessories menu'.

last updated on:
October 2nd, 2006, 13:56 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Felice Murolo
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ System \ Networking

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