KNetworkConf is a KDE Control Center module to configure network settings on a Unix machine.
|Tags||Operating Systems Linux Distributions Networking|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: The network backend was upgraded to GST 1.1.4. Support was added for two new platforms: Specifix and Vine Linux. Partial wireless support was added in the form of autodetection of wireless network interfaces. A new dialog for managing static hosts was added. Many user interface enhancements were made. Lots of bugs were fixed. Lots of code cleanups were done. The Spanish, French, German, Polish, and Norwegian translations were updated.
Release Notes: This version was ported to run as a KControl module. A major UI redesign was done. Support was added for BlackPanther OS, Conectiva Linux, Gentoo Linux, FreeBSD, and Slackware Linux. The German, Hungarian, and Spanish translations were updated. The English, German, and Spanish documentation was updated. A Brazillian Portuguese translation was added. Some minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This version adds German and Hungarian translations, and updates all other translations. There is now a user manual in English, German, and Spanish, and some bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This version fixes many bugs, adds support for Mandrake 9.2, updates the GST network backend to 0.30, adds an Euskara translation and updates the Spanish translation, and includes a major code clean up.
Release Notes: This new version works in Mandrake, Red Hat, Debian, PLD, Turbolinux, and SuSE. It integrates with GNOME System Tools network backend.