PPPMon is an RP3 clone. It shows the activity in the PPP conection, and starts/stops the PPP conetion in an easy way.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release uses the registry library Elektra to store the configuration. A bug when the kernel's byte counter grows in excess has been fixed. The size of the window is remembered. The reconnection message is hidden when PPPd reconnects itself.
Release Notes: Ported to GTK 2.0. Internationalization support for English, Spanish, and Galician has been added. This release allows you to choose the "start call" command, the "hang up" command, and the interface to monitorice, so it can be used with connections other than dialup modems.
Release Notes: The confirmation was deleted when closing the program. Now, when hanging the modem, it waits for the connection to really close, so you will not receive more false alarms about "conection went down" when you click to hang up.
Release Notes: Code cleanups were made. If the connection goes down, shows a message and allows to reconnect. If there's a timeout while connecting, the program shows a message and allows you to reconnect. Some misalignments when using it in a system with GTK 2.0 were fixed. Now it compiles fine, and has a precompiled executable.
No changes have been submitted for this release.