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KNetworkConf is a KDE Control Center module to configure TCP/IP settings on a Linux machine
KNetworkConf is a KDE Control Center module to configure TCP/IP settings on a Linux machine. I developed it because I couldn't find any application to configure TCP/IP settings from within KDE, and I think this is a "must have" app for a serious Desktop Enviroment like KDE.
Here are some key features of "KNetworkConf":
Configure installed network devices (you can't add new ones for now) in
basic and advanced mode (ie. don't auto configure broadcast and netmask
Autodetection of wireless interfaces.
Configure the default gateway and gateway device.
Configure host and domain names.
Add/remove DNS servers (/etc/resolv.conf).
Add/Remove known Hosts (/etc/hosts).
What's New in This Release:
Ugraded network backend to GST 1.1.4
Support for two new platforms: Specifix and Vine Linux, being now 15 the platforms supported.
Parcial wireless support: Autodetection of wireless network interfaces.
New dialog for managing static hosts.
Many User Interface enhaments.
Lots of bug fixes
Lots of code cleanups
Updated spanish, french, german, polish and norewian translations.
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