Kdenetwork provides several KDE applications useful in a networking environment. Applications include clients for chat, PPP, news, instant messages, and similar programs.
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Install kdenetwork with:
./configure --prefix=$KDE_PREFIX --disable-debug \ --disable-dependency-tracking && make
This package does not come with a test suite.
Now, as the root user:
To utilize the LAN Browser of konqueror you will need to create the /etc/lisarc file and start the lisa daemon. Create /etc/lisarc by filling out the information in the “Guided LISa Setup” section of the “LISa Daemon” tab on the “Control Center” — “Internet & Network” — “Local Network Browsing” dialog box.
Install the /etc/rc.d/init.d/lisa init script included in the blfs-bootscripts-20060910 package.
There is no explicit configuration for the rest of the kdenetwork package, however some individual programs need to be set up with user information.
is a graphical client for the Dictionary Server Protocol (DICT).
allows you to group downloads.
is a news applet for the KDE Application Launcher Panel.
is KDE's multi-protocol instant messenger client.
allows you to share files over a network.
is a dial-up utility.
is a client application that allows you to view or even control the desktop session on another machine that is running a compatible (VNC) server.
is a server application that allows you to share your current session with a user on another machine, who can use a VNC client to view or even control the desktop.
is a chat client.
is an enhanced talk daemon—a program to handle incoming talk requests, announce them and allow you to respond to them using a talk client.
is used to configure and monitor wireless LAN cards.
is intended to provide a kind of network neighborhood, but only relying on the TCP/IP protocol stack.
Last updated on 2007-02-14 11:57:11 -0600