KEasyISDN is a small KDE Application for ISDN users with one or more providers. It depends on a working ISDN configuration and on KDE. It is also a simple onlinecounter and a frontend to netdate.
|Tags||Desktop Environment KDE Networking|
Release Notes: Internal changes were made to adapt to the new KDE/QT-libraries.
Release Notes: First KDE2 port.
Release Notes: Commandline-arguments to show the version-number and to start docked into the panel, an option to start minimized in the setup-program, and a new algorithm to get the currencies of the providers.
Release Notes: A bug that forced KEasyISDN to use 'sudo' to disconnect, even if it was not chosen was fixed.
Release Notes: It is now possible to connect, disconnect, or call the setup from the pop-up menu of the Lamp. A pop-up menu for invoking the setup is now avaible from nearly every window position. A selection of 66 currency types is available. Performance was improved. The program is now locked only if the user is online. The configuration file is now in the standard KDE-dir (~/.kde/share/config).