Netctl GUI

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Graphical interface for netctl (several scripts for work with network connection in Archlinux). It is written on CPP using Qt4 library. Now it may work with profiles and may create new profiles. Also it may create a connection to WiFi. Moreover, it provides a Qt library for interaction with netctl and widget and DataEngine for KDE.

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$ netctl-gui --help
Usage:
netctl-gui [ --about ] [ --netctl-auto ] [ --settings ]
           [ -e ESSID | --essid ESSID ] [ -o PROFILE | --open PROFILE ]
           [ -s PROFILE | --select PROFILE ]
           [ -c FILE | --config FILE ] [ -d | --debug ] [ --default ]
           [ --set-opts OPTIONS ] [ -t NUM | --tab NUM ]
           [ -v | --version ] [ -i | --info ] [ -h | --help]

Parametrs:
Open window:
                   --about               - show about window
                   --netctl-auto         - show netctl-auto window
                   --settings            - show settings window
Functions:
   -e ESSID        --essid ESSID         - select ESSID ESSID
   -o PROFILE      --open PROFILE        - open profile PROFILE
   -s PROFILE      --select PROFILE      - select profile PROFILE
Additional flags:
   -c FILE         --config FILE
                                         - read configuration from this file
   -d              --debug               - print debug information
                   --default             - start with default settings
                   --set-opts OPTIONS
                                         - set options for this run, comma separated
   -t 1            --tab 1               - open a tab with number 1
Show messages:
   -v           --version                - show version and exit
   -i           --info                   - show build information and exit
   -h           --help                   - show this help and exit

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I want note that all were tested on latest version of dependencies.