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[   ]gkleds-0.8.2.tar.gz 29-Nov-2004 13:58 315K 

gkleds is a GKrellM plugin which monitors the CapsLock, NumLock and 
ScrollLock keys and reports their current status via on screen LEDs. 
This is useful for people who have keyboards without LEDs, typically 
cordless keyboards.
It also lets you toggle the indicator state via mouse clicks.

gkleds now only supports GKrellM 2.x. from version 0.8.0 and later.
For informasjon on gkleds theme support, see Themes.

Installing gkleds on unix

System wide (root):
$ ./configure --libdir=/usr/local/lib/gkrellm2/plugins
$ make
# make install

Local (non-root):
$ ./configure --libdir=$HOME/.gkrellm2/plugins
$ make
$ make install

Installing gkleds on win32
You will need the gkrellm sources corresponding to the gkrellm binary version
you are running.

Place the gkrellm.pc file where pkg-config can find it (/usr/lib/pkgconfig). 
Then type:
$ ./configure --with-gkrellm=/path/to/gkrellm/
$ make

Open the gkleds project file (gkleds.dsp), set up the paths to gtk and gkrellm,
select the release config and build.

Move "gkleds.dll" to the appropriate plugin directory.

gtk development files can be found at:

Contact Information

When sending me an email about gkleds, 
please set the subject line to:

gkleds - <concise description of problem, etc.>