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+.\" Hey, EMACS: -*- nroff -*-
+.\" First parameter, NAME, should be all caps
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+.\" other parameters are allowed: see man(7), man(1)
+.TH KNETLOAD 1 "January 14, 2003"
+.\" Please adjust this date whenever revising the manpage.
+.\" Some roff macros, for reference:
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+knetload \- a network meter for Kicker
+.B knetload
+.RI "[ " generic-options " ]"
+\fBKNetLoad\fP is a small program for Kicker (the KDE panel). It
+shows a recent history of network usage in the form of two
+configurable diagrams in the system tray, one for incoming and one
+for outgoing data.
+These diagrams have settings for colors and various different styles.
+Left click on a diagram to bring up a small information box which
+will show the exact input and output rates in text form as well as
+the total amount incoming and outgoing data.
+Note that before KNetLoad can be useful you must select which
+network device it should monitor and select an appropriate scaling
+value that reflects the speed of this network device.
+KNetLoad can monitor almost any network device; if your device is
+not in the predefined list of devices (such as eth0, ppp0 and
+ippp0) then you can type in your own device.
+For a full summary of options, run \fIknetload \-\-help\fP.
+Full user documentation is available through the KDE Help Centre.
+You can also enter the URL
+directly into konqueror or you can run
+`\fIkhelpcenter help:/knetload/\fP'
+from the command-line.
+If the KDE Help Centre is not installed then you can
+read this documentation in HTML format from
+KNetLoad was written by Flameeyes <>,
+Markus Gustavsson <> and Ben Burton <>.