GNOME Nettool 2.17.4 (unstable) has been released
Posted on: 12/18/2006 10:14 PM

GNOME Nettool 2.17.4 has been released

GNOME Nettool is a network information tool which provides user interfaces for some of the most common command line network tools, like ping, whois, traceroute, etc.

It was originally based on Mac OS X's network information tool, but has since then improved over so much that it now clearly exceeds Mac OS X's tool with more features and a better UI.

Changes since 2.16.0
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- #352148: Improved the behavior on list (Paolo Borelli)
- #357839: Fixed compilation in OpenBSD (Marc Brockschmidt).
- #357840: Added support for OpenBSD (Marc Brockschmidt).
- #128264: Changed the sematic from packets loss to packet succeed
(Germ=E1n Po=F3-Caama=F1o).
- #346528: Added bar-graph display for ping (Callum McKenzie).
- Updated translations:
- en_GB (David Lodge)
- et (Ivar Smolin)
- fi (Ilkka Tuohela)
- nb (Kjartan Maraas)
- sv (Daniel Nylander)
- es (Francisco Javier F. Serrador)
- th (Theppitak Karoonboonyanan)
- ar (Djihed Afifi)

Tarballs can be found at:

http://download.gnome.org/sources/gnome-nettool/2.17/

Mailing list is at:

http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gnome-network

And bugs can be reported to:

http://bugzilla.gnome.org

Screenshots and more information can be found at:

http://www.gnome.org/projects/gnome-network



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