qrwho 0.8.1 review

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qrwho is a graphical frontend for rwho/rwhod based on Qt

License: GPL (GNU General Public License)
File size: 0K
Developer: Axel B?ger
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qrwho is a graphical frontend for rwho/rwhod based on Qt. qrwho has a very simple user interface and can be used to show the users currently logged in and the average loads of the hosts in the network .

The usage is very simple, a left mouse click forces an update (by default the display is updated every minute) and a right mouse click opens a popup menu with some configuration and information menu items.

qrwho uses a file created and named $HOME/.qrwho, which stores the preferences.

To build this program, you will need:

qrwho has no special command line options, only the options provided by Qt (these are informations from the QApplication-documentation):

Qt debugging options (not available if Qt was compiled with the NO_DEBUG flag defined):

nograb, tells Qt to never grab the mouse or the keyboard.
dograb (only under X11), running under a debugger can cause an implicit -nograb, use dograb to override.
sync (only under X11), switches to synchronous mode for debugging.

All Qt programs automatically support the following command line options:

style= style, sets the application GUI style. Possible values are motif, windows, and platinum.
session= session, restores the application from an earlier session.

The X11 version of Qt also supports some traditional X11 command line options:

display display, sets the X display (default is $DISPLAY).
geometry geometry, sets the client geometry of the main widget.
fn or -font font, defines the application font.
bg or -background color, sets the default background color and an application palette (light and dark shades are calculated).
fg or -foreground color, sets the default foreground color.
btn or -button color, sets the default button color.
name name, sets the application name.
title title, sets the application title (caption).
visual TrueColor, forces the application to use a TrueColor visual on an 8-bit display.
ncols count, limits the number of colors allocated in the color cube on a 8-bit display, if the application is using the QApplication::ManyColor color specification. If count is 216 then a 6x6x6 color cube is used (ie. 6 levels of red, 6 of green, and 6 of blue); for other values, a cube approximately proportional to a 2x3x1 cube is used.
cmap, causes the application to install a private color map on an 8-bit display.

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