KSetiSpy is a KDE utility that monitors the progress of the SETI@home client, and displays all kinds of information about the work unit(s) being processed. It uses the same interface as SETI Spy, a popular Windows utility.
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Release Notes: This release fixes the few bugs that have been reported since the release of 0.6.1.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release correcting some annoying bugs, such as the constellation hyperlinks and group stats update.
Release Notes: This is the last major release before SETI@home transitions to a BOINC-based client. Some of the new features of this version are: group stats, network transparency, DCOP scriptability, better support for the Windows client, and icon themes.
Release Notes: This release features completely redesigned icons, available both as bitmaps and as SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics). It also offers a dialog for setting the SETI@home CGI server parameters.
Release Notes: In this release, file monitoring has been completely rewritten to use KDE3's new KDirWatch API, which uses FAM/DNOTIFY and is less CPU-intensive and more accurate than polling. This version also features various bugfixes and performance speedups.