Ksetiwatch is a monitoring tool for the SETI@home distributed computing project, which searches for signals of extraterrestrial life. It displays the state of the Seti@home client(s) running on your computer or in your local network, and logs/manages completed work units.
|Tags||Desktop Environment KDE Scientific/Engineering Astronomy Utilities|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux BSD FreeBSD Solaris|
Release Notes: Minor incompatibilities with KDE 3.4 were fixed. A Dutch translation was added.
Release Notes: Control of Win32/WINE clients was improved and broken icon loading under KDE 3.2.x was fixed. Danish, British English, Estonian, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese Simplified, and Chinese Traditional translations were added.
Release Notes: German and Swedish translations of the handbook were made, and Hungarian, Swedish, Portuguese, and Catalan localizations were added. Several bugs related to application shutdown and session logout were fixed.
Release Notes: A telescope path window has been added. Some changes have been made to reduce the network traffic when monitoring remote clients. A bug has been fixed which caused Ksetiwatch to segfault when it was closed by KDE's session manager. Ksetiwatch now follows the guidelines for systemtray applications.
Release Notes: A Hebrew translation was added. A workaround for the right-clickcontext menu problem that appeared with Qt 3.0.5 was made. The amount of text in the client output window was limited to a maximum of 5000 characters to prevent excessive memory consumption. Reading of logged data was made more fail-safe in case of corrupted log files.