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NUT - Network UTility

   0.5.3  

Qt Networking Tool

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NUT - Network UTility
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NUT - Network UTility
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NUT - Network UTility
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  4182
Submitted:  Mar 31 2008
Updated:  Nov 18 2009

Description:

Update:
* [nuts] added support for wildcard and regexp device names
* [libnut*] switch to dynamic linked client library
+ added development lib
* [qnut] made settings more "standardized"
+ added support for compile flag to be not compatible with old settings: QNUT_SETTINGS_NOCOMPAT
* [qnut] changed scripting settings to more general device settings
+ device details cleanup
+ Former scripts witch were executed on device state change are substituted by command lists. In each list the user can now specify witch commands will be executed and each entry can either be a specific command or a directory with executables.
* some gerenal polishing, cleanup and as always: bugfixes

What NUT does:
* manages your network devices (dhcp with fallback, static, zeroconf); currently only supports IPv4 on Linux
* executes admin and user defined scripts for each device state
* manages your wireless connections (WPA supplicant)
* supports multiple network configurations (environments) for each device
* supports multiple ip-addresses (interfaces) for each environment

The idea behind:
If you have different working places, for example at home and university you have to mount network shares etc. manualy.
With NUT you don't have to do that anymore.

You can define environments that get selected by the server according to different statements.
So far the following statements are supported:
check for essid, check for ip, check for ip with mac-address.
Those statements can be combined with boolean operators.

Every time an event occures, scripts are executed accordingly (like the /etc/network scripts in debian).
The follwing events exist:
device state change: deactivated, activated, carrier, unconfigured, up
interface changes (admin only): ifup/ifdown,deactivated, activated, carrier, unconfigured, up

Requires:
* Qt 4.x (>= 4.4.0 recommended) with D-Bus support
* resolvconf
* libnl (server): please use stable version 1.1 (from http://people.suug.ch/~tgr/libnl/)
* libiw (client)

Consists of 6 Parts:
* nuts: Server
* libnutcommon: Library needed from server and client (static)
* libnutclient: Client library (static)
* libnutwireless: Client library for wpa_supplicant (static)
* qnut: Graphical client
* cnut: Console client

For some more general information have a look in this gentoo forum thread:
http://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t-631415.html

See the download section for a config example for nuts.

Gentoo related:
Nut is also in the devnull overlay. To add it (using layman) do the following:
# layman -f && layman -a devnull
(Further instructions at http://devnull.core.ws/EbuildRepository)
To get an tagged version, just rename the ebuild to net-misc/nut-"version" (i.e. net-misc/nut-0.5.0)

Arch-Linux
An installation how-to for arch can be found at:
http://chakra-project.org/wiki/index.php/Get_NET_with_NUT

Known bugs:
* a fallback timeout of less than 10 seconds does not work (you can specify a timeout of less than 10 seconds but it's going to be ignored and set to 10 seconds)
* the new wlan stack isn't supported yet. Due to the almost non-existing compatibility between the old and new wlan stack, scanning for networks returns wrong results. All other wlan related things should work

Feel free to contact us if you find other bugs.




LicenseGPL
Source(NUT (git - HEAD))
Debian(NUTS i386 0.5.3-2)
Debian(QNUT i386 0.5.3-2)
Debian(CNUT i386 0.5.3-2)
Debian(NUTS amd64 0.5.3-2)
Debian(QNUT amd64 0.5.3-2)
Debian(CNUT amd64 0.5.3-2)
other(configuration example for nuts)
Source(NUT 0.5.3)
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 undefined reference

 
 by IceRain on: Nov 11 2009
 
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qmake-qt4
make

../libnutclient/libnutclient.so: undefined reference to `iw_init_event_stream'
../libnutclient/libnutclient.so: undefined reference to `iw_ether_ntop'
../libnutclient/libnutclient.so: undefined reference to `iw_print_stats'
../libnutclient/libnutclient.so: undefined reference to
`iw_extract_event_stream'
../libnutclient/libnutclient.so: undefined reference to `iw_get_basic_config'
../libnutclient/libnutclient.so: undefined reference to `iw_freq2float'
../libnutclient/libnutclient.so: undefined reference to `iw_sockets_open'
../libnutclient/libnutclient.so: undefined reference to `iw_get_range_info'


rpm -qa|grep libnl
libnl-1.1-alt2.qa1
libnl-devel-1.1-alt2.qa1

rpm -qa|grep libNL
libNL-1.68-alt1
libNL-devel-static-1.68-alt1
libNL-devel-1.68-alt1

rpm -qa|grep wireless-tools
wireless-tools-29-alt8

rpm -qa|grep libwireless
libwireless-29-alt8
libwireless-devel-29-alt8

Help please!(NUT version 0.5.3)


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 Re: undefined reference

 
 by Inphos on: Nov 13 2009
 
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Hi,
I put it in the bug tracker (https://redmine.stbuehler.de/issues/20) and we'll try to solve this soon.

We may need you're assistance though as it compiles on debian and gentoo.


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 Re: undefined reference

 
 by Inphos on: Nov 17 2009
 
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Hi,
could you post the complete buildlog somewhere? (i.e. pastebin)


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 Re: Re: undefined reference

 
 by IceRain on: Nov 18 2009
 
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Hi, here you are!
http://www.pastebin.org/54823


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 Re: Re: Re: undefined reference

 
 by Inphos on: Nov 24 2009
 
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Hi,
we're sorry, but we couldn't find a solution to your problem so far.
According to your compiler-output linking should work if you installed the correct library (libiw). The order of the linker flags are the same on our machines.

Which version of qt are using (though this shouldn't cause the problems)?

Wirelesstools, libwireless and libwireles-devel aren't corrupted?


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 Re: Re: Re: undefined reference

 
 by Inphos on: Nov 25 2009
 
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Hi, we think, we've fixed the problem. Please try to build the latest head. You also need to install openresolv.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: undefined reference

 
 by IceRain on: Nov 25 2009
 
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Yes, thanks to you. Now it builds correctly.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: undefined reference

 
 by IceRain on: Nov 25 2009
 
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My qt version is 4.5.3...I'm going to pack it to rpm in this week.


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 problems with getting net

 
 by IceRain on: Nov 27 2009
 
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Hi, i packed nut to rpm and installed it.
Copied
install -m 644 resources/nuts-dbus.conf /etc/dbus-1/system.d/

install -m 644 nuts/dispatch /etc/nuts/dispatch
install -m 644 nuts/events/all/* /etc/nuts/events/all/
install -m 644 nuts/nuts.config /etc/nuts/

When i started /usr/sbin/nuts from root, i get:
Trying to set watch dir to "/var/run"
Pid file name is "dbus.pid"
Filedescriptor for inotify is 23
Connected SocketNotifier for inotify
Set dbus pid to: -1
(Inotify) Setting up watches
Setup Pid file dir watch with 1
Device(eth1) gotCarrier
Set next environment 0
Interface_IPv4::start
Device(eth1) is up!



And than i started /usr/bin/qnut from root:
Trying to set watch dir to "/var/run"
Pid file name is "dbus.pid"
Enabling DBusMonitor
Filedescriptor for inotify is 11
Connected SocketNotifier for inotify
Set dbus pid to: -1
(Inotify) Setting up watches
Setup Pid file dir watch with 1
Enabled DBusMonitor
setInformation()
Placing getDeviceList Call

And nothing more.

"QNUT - Qt client for Network UTility Server (NUTS) (v0.5.3) started"
in qnut's log tab.

Fri Nov 27 17:25:50 2009
My nuts.config file:
device "eth1" {
static {
ip 192.168.1.2;
netmask 255.255.255.0;
gateway 192.168.1.1;
dns-server 78.138.135.10;
};
};

ADSL modem with router and i have private adress, and haven't public.


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 Re: problems with getting net

 
 by IceRain on: Nov 27 2009
 
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(Inotify) Event occured
(Inotify) Reading
(Inotify) Read Resource temporarily unavailable 32
Filename is
"utmp"
Size: 4
(Inotify) modify file
Watch file descriptor is 1 from event 1
(Inotify) Done processing event

sometimes in nuts log


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 Re: Re: problems with getting net

 
 by IceRain on: Nov 27 2009
 
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Oh, Sorry.My mistake...
I didn't copy cnut.bash_completion to /etc/bash_completion.d/


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 Re: Re: Re: problems with getting net

 
 by Inphos on: Nov 29 2009
 
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Does it work? The gentoo ebuild may be of some help to install nut properly.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: problems with getting net

 
 by IceRain on: Nov 30 2009
 
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Yes. All works. But in spec file i used mkdir for making folders.And depend "ntpdate-debian" is not correct, because you should edit scriptfile, id you have other distro...


My specfile:

http://www.pastebin.org/58674

P.S I translated qnut into Russian. Can you take that translation?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: problems with getting net

 
 by IceRain on: Nov 30 2009
 
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http://www.pastebin.org/58686
corrected one line)


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 project dead?

 
 by toadhall on: Mar 13 2011
 
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Hi,

I just wondered, last entries from 2009 - is this project dead? I was thinking of giving it a go...


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