netGo is an application for changing network settings quickly and easily on certain networks. It is intended for laptop owners, who constantly need to change network settings when relocating. It supports profiles that contain the network settings such as the IP, netmask, gateway, and name servers, and these can be selected with a single click.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: A feature for executing a custom script has been added. There is support for both ASCII and hex keys (wireless). The wireless settings are now executed before the other settings. A '--hide' parameter that only shows the tray icon at startup has been added.
Release Notes: System tray support (works in KDE, Gnome etc). Enhanced data storing, using QSettings. Minor bugfixes and other improvements.
Release Notes: This release has wireless support (mode, essid, and encryption). Command line execution of a profile is supported. There is a setup for specifying the paths to the system commands. The DHCP client 'dhclient' is supported as well. The GUI is improved, and should work regardless of font/size/theme.
Release Notes: Much of the code has been rewritten and improved. A new class called "Process" is now handling all the processes (that executes the network-settings) and their error-reporting. Another new class called "Profile" is managing all the profiles and their network-settings. The DHCP support is now fully implemented and works very well.