Where has kisdndock gone to?

Michael N. Lipp mnl at mnl.de
Fri Nov 19 13:55:28 GMT 2004


I have just installed Fedora Core 3 which includes KDE 3.3.0. From 
previous releases I have already been accustomed to have to recompile 
the kdeadmin package to get kisdndock (don't know why it has been 
commented out).

But now I find to my great disappointment that kisdndock seems to have 
been removed completely! Can anybody tell me where it has gone to or if 
there is a replacement? For someone having ISDN only, kisdndock is a 
great utility: simply connect and disconnect with a single mouse click, 
see if you are connected and whether the connection is still being used, 
and all this in just one little cm2.


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