gnome-network 1.99.0

GNOME Network 1.99.0 released!

GNOME Network is a set of network-oriented tools targetted to desktop
users, and currently includes:

	- a network information tool, similar to the one found in
	  Mac OS X.
	- a remote shell (Telnet/SSH) client
	- a remote desktop (X11/VNC) client
	- a (not working yet) backup tool

GNOME Network 1.99.0 is the result of porting and cleaning the old
gnome-network 1.0.2 code. In this process, most of the tools originally
available in the module have been removed, and new tools have been
added. This is the first public release of the brand new GNOME Network,
and so should be treated as beta software.

What has changed?


    - Ported to GNOME 2

  Network information tool:

    - Added NIC information pane (German Poo)
    - Added pinging tool (German Poo)
    - Added route tracing tool (German Poo)
    - Added network status tool (German Poo)
    - Added port scan tool (German Poo)

  Remote clients:

    - Added remote shell (Telnet/SSH) client (Rodrigo Moya)
    - Added remote desktop (X11/VNC) client (Rodrigo Moya)

  Backup tool:

    - Started tool (Rodrigo Moya)


    - Czech (Miroslav Trmac)
    - French (Christophe Merlet)
    - Hebrew (Gil Osher)
    - Portuguese (Duarte Loreto)
    - Serbian (Danilo Aegan)
    - Spanish (Pablo del Campo, German Poo)
    - Swedish (Christian Rose)
    - Traditional Chinese (Abel Cheung)
    - Vietnamese (Pablo Saratxaga)
    - Walloon (Pablo Saratxaga)

Where can I get it?

It's in

How to report bugs?

Use the gnome-network module in

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