kppp_logger uses the kppp program to establish a ppp connection to your ISP, and then keeps track of how long you remain connected. The result is saved into a log. This is designed to prevent the standard shock that occurs when the phone bill arrives. It can be used under any window manager, not just KDE's.
|Tags||Desktop Environment KDE Internet|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Some code which generated erorrs during compilation with gcc 3.2 was added and removed. A minor --total bug was fixed. The kppprc_change.sh script was removed, due to changes in third party software.
Release Notes: The logging doesn't start until there actually is a PPP connection, and the logging ends within three seconds after the connection is lost. The code has been cleaned up, and some lazily written code has been redone (all but one system() call has been removed). Man pages, a --total option, and multi-user support have been added. The code has been rebuilt to ease bug tracking, and is commented a bit better.
Release Notes: Replacement of the menu system with console switches (making the extra icon in your toolbar disappear), optimizations, and removal of some rubbish in the code.