gpppkill is a program for Linux that ends a ppp connection if it doesn't receive a minimal amount of bytes during certain time. It shows a bar plot according to the amount of bytes received per second. All resident ppp daemons are recognized and gpppkill lets you choose which one to kill. It is written in C++ using the GTK+ toolkit.
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Release Notes: This release now compiles on RedHat 7.3.
Release Notes: You can now use the ESC key as the equivalent of closing the warning window. When you see the (warning) window before gpppkill ends the link, the default button is now "Restart" and not "Kill". You can now click on Total Bytes in/out to cycle the scale (b, Kb, Mb). Better handling of the size of the main window and the equivalent of a "-h" (human readable) option have been added.
Release Notes: Fixes for massive typos, preference-saving features, and detection of an rc file downgrade, and a cleanup of the grapf code.
Release Notes: Statusbar (can hide), new popup menu, prefences window got major changes, better way to parse interface names with pppd pids, all dialogs are now modal and appear to the WindowManager as children windows and preference window got a new way to select interfaces.
No changes have been submitted for this release.