(hopefully it will report the correct version then :p) - Dec 12 2009
Just updated the download links for gentoo! - Dec 12 2009
However I've changed the code to a workaround for now, and the minimize to tray should work in the next version again.
To get back your old stats, you have to copy all ktastats* files from the old kde3 directory ( .kde/share/config/ ) to the new kde4 dir ( .kde4/share/config/ ) (make sure KTA is not running).
Once done you should be able to display your old stats again! - Nov 30 2009
This is due to a bug in KTA, it will be fixed in the next release!
Regards - Nov 30 2009
I added the Portage Entry to the download links!
Also thanks for the desktop entry, will add it to the package!
Maybe I will come up with a own Icon, I will see :)! - Nov 06 2009
Hope this is what you expected :).
Viras - Nov 04 2009
As you may have noticed, it's been quite a while since I last update this app. That was due to some real-life issues called job and family :).
However I'm now planning to continue development of KTA. As a first step I will try to fix all the bugs outlined here, and will then port the whole app to KDE4.
I'm not planning to convert the tool into an plasma applet, because the intention of KTA is to provide network info in a "widget" way.
Thanks to all for you patience, will try to release something new as soon as possible!
Wolfi - Sep 24 2009
You can resize the window to any size you want. If you just don't see a border you have to uncheck the option "No Border" in the Settings Dialog under "Window -> Appearance"! - Jul 01 2008
Will add a script for creating the icons in the next release! - Sep 12 2007
The Problem is, that you have an old version of KTA running.
Just run a make uninstall before you run the make install (you can use the new release and just run make uninstall in it, make uninstall just deletes the binary file an the link to it). As I said above, after running make uninstall you can run make install again and it should work.
Will fix the makefile for the next release! - Apr 12 2007
PS: Please let me know if everything worked! - Apr 11 2007
I'm of course perfectly fine when you modify the code I provide here, however I wont release it as an official version, because I've already done quite a few code-changes before you submitted your changes, so chaos would be perfect :).
So feel free to release your modified versions, but atm I wont add the changes to the "official" source tree (I will go through the changes and manually merge whereever possible). - Mar 19 2007
Updated Link! - Nov 17 2006
And the grip: I'm working on it! - Nov 16 2006
Also added your ebuild file to the downloads! Thx! - Oct 18 2006
Get the latest version (0.3.4-2) and tell me if it works now! - Oct 12 2006
ATM it's pretty much a miracle to me :). - Oct 12 2006
So full path is: ~/.kde/share/config/ktrafficanalyzerrc - Sep 23 2006
That should do the trick :). - May 17 2006
2.) You can't atm - I guess I will add an option for that too. - May 16 2006
To keep it visible just use the KDE settings: Klick on the upper-left icon in the title-bar -> advanced -> keep in front (I don't know the exact English menu-point-names, as I translated it from German but you should get the idea :)). - Aug 19 2005
1.) No there is no deb file - if you want to create one go for it - I will of course add it to my package :)
2.) Well atm there are no management functions of any kind - the problem is that all ifconfig etc. need root rights, and atm the tool is designed to work as any user - maybe I will add extra options IF the user is root. I will definately keep your idea in mind! - Aug 17 2005
In fact I already planned to add control functions, but I guess it is still a long road to there (especially because I'm not really familiar with dial-up connections :)). - Mar 23 2005