Commit e6759f10 authored by Burkhard Lück's avatar Burkhard Lück

Update kinfocenter docbook to 5.12

proofread
bump date + realeaseinfo
kde -> plasma
add energy + fileindexer+wayland
group subitems to Device / Network / Graphical items

Differential Revision: https://phabricator.kde.org/D11864

(cherry picked from commit 5d247348)

backport to stable 5.12 lts
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</authorgroup>
<legalnotice>&FDLNotice;</legalnotice>
<date>2016-03-19</date>
<releaseinfo>Plasma 5.6</releaseinfo>
<date>2018-03-31</date>
<releaseinfo>Plasma 5.12</releaseinfo>
<abstract>
<para>This documentation describes &kde;’s information center.</para>
<para>This documentation describes &plasma;’s information center.</para>
</abstract>
<keywordset>
<keyword>KDE</keyword>
<keyword>Plasma</keyword>
<keyword>kinfocenter</keyword>
<keyword>system</keyword>
<keyword>information</keyword>
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</sect1>
<sect1 id="info-center-exiting">
<title>Exiting The &kde; Information Center</title>
<title>Exiting The Information Center</title>
<para>You can exit the info center one of two ways: </para>
<itemizedlist>
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<!--****************************************-->
<sect1 id="aboutsystem">
<title>System Information Module</title>
<title>About System Module</title>
<para>This page shows a brief summary about your system, &ie; your distribution, <guilabel>KDE Plasma Version</guilabel>,
<guilabel>Qt Version</guilabel>, <guilabel>Kernel Version</guilabel> and <guilabel>OS Type</guilabel>; and in the hardware section
<guilabel>KDE Frameworks Version</guilabel>, <guilabel>Qt Version</guilabel>, <guilabel>Kernel Version</guilabel> and <guilabel>OS Type</guilabel>; and in the hardware section
information about <guilabel>Processors</guilabel> and <guilabel>Memory</guilabel>.</para>
<para>Use the information on this page if you ask for help in support channels or report a bug at
......@@ -284,6 +284,28 @@ virtual memory.</para>
</sect2>
</sect1>
<!--****************************************-->
<sect1 id="energieinformation">
<title>Energy Information Module</title>
<para>This provides information about CPU wakeups, battery percentage and consumption
over a user defined history and detailed information about the battery.
</para>
</sect1>
<!--****************************************-->
<sect1 id="fileindexermonitor">
<title>File Indexer Monitor Module</title>
<para>This Module shows the state of the file indexer. If the indexer is not running
you can start it and then suspend or resume the indexing.</para>
</sect1>
<!--****************************************-->
<sect1 id="devinfo">
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<para>Device Information is a device viewer module. It shows all relevant devices that are present within your <acronym>PC</acronym>. It has three sections,
a device viewer, a information panel and a <acronym>UDI</acronym> listing for the currently selected device.</para>
<sect2 id="devlist">
<title>Device Listing</title>
<title>Device Viewer</title>
<para>The device viewer displays all the current devices detected on your <acronym>PC</acronym> in a tree. The main topics at the beginning of the tree
are the device categories, left click on a collapsed category to expand it and vice versa to collapse it.
To display information about a device, left click on the device in the viewer, the information will display on the right side information panel.
......@@ -324,8 +346,8 @@ in the device listing are not all devices within your PC, they are just devices
<note>
<para>Video devices do not include your video card adapter</para>
</note>
</sect2>
<sect2 id="infopanel">
<sect3 id="infopanel">
<title>Information Panel</title>
<para>The information panel is where device information is shown when you select a device. The first two information topics are always:</para>
<itemizedlist>
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<note>
<para>Top categories in the device listing do not show any information.</para>
</note>
</sect2>
<sect2 id="udilabel">
</sect3>
<sect3 id="udilabel">
<title><acronym>UDI</acronym> Information</title>
<para>The bottom information panel shows the current selected devices <acronym>UDI</acronym>. This is the unique device identifier.</para>
<para>All labels have the ability to be selected and copied from.</para>
</sect3>
</sect2>
</sect1>
<!--****************************************-->
<sect1 id="interrupts">
<sect2 id="interrupts">
<title>Interrupt Request (<abbrev>IRQ</abbrev>) Information Module</title>
<para>This page displays information about the Interrupt Request
......@@ -384,11 +406,11 @@ reboot. The third column shows the type of interrupt. The fourth,
identifies the device assigned to that interrupt.</para>
<para>The user cannot modify any settings on this page.</para>
</sect1>
</sect2>
<!--****************************************-->
<sect1 id="dma">
<sect2 id="dma">
<title><acronym>DMA</acronym> Channel Information Module</title>
<para> This page displays information about the <acronym>DMA</acronym>
......@@ -419,11 +441,11 @@ Unused <acronym>DMA</acronym> channels are not listed.
<para>
The user cannot modify any settings on this page.
</para>
</sect1>
</sect2>
<!--****************************************-->
<sect1 id="kcmview1394">
<sect2 id="kcmview1394">
<title>IEEE 1394 Device Information Module</title>
<para>The IEEE 1394 interface, also known as <trademark>FireWire</trademark>,
......@@ -448,36 +470,23 @@ button.</para>
<listitem><para><guilabel>Speed</guilabel>: the speed of the node</para></listitem>
<listitem><para><guilabel>Vendor</guilabel>: the vendor of the device</para></listitem>
</itemizedlist>
</sect1>
</sect2>
<!--****************************************-->
<sect1 id="kcm_pci">
<title><acronym>PCI</acronym>-bus/Installed <acronym>PCI</acronym> Cards Information Module</title>
<para>This page displays information about the
<acronym>PCI</acronym>-bus and installed <acronym>PCI</acronym> cards,
and other devices that use the Peripheral Component Interconnect
(<acronym>PCI</acronym>) bus.</para>
<note><para>The exact information displayed is system-dependent. On some
systems, <acronym>PCI</acronym>-information can not yet be
displayed.</para> </note>
<sect2 id="kcmusb">
<title><acronym>USB</acronym> Controller/<acronym>USB</acronym> Devices Information Module</title>
<para>On &Linux;, this information is read from <filename
class="devicefile">/proc/pci</filename> which is only available if the
<filename class="directory">/proc</filename> pseudo-filesystem is
compiled into the kernel. A listing of all <acronym>PCI</acronym>
devices found during kernel initialization, and their configuration, is
shown.</para>
<para>This module allows you to see the devices attached to your
<acronym>USB</acronym> bus(es).</para>
<para>Each entry begins with a bus, device and function number.</para>
<para>The user cannot modify any settings on this page.</para>
</sect1>
<para>This module is for information only, you cannot edit any
information you see here.</para>
</sect2>
<!--****************************************-->
<sect1 id="ioports">
<sect2 id="ioports">
<title>Input/Output Port Information Module</title>
<para>This page displays information about the I/O ports.</para>
......@@ -507,23 +516,58 @@ regions that are in use is shown.</para>
second column identifies the device that uses these I/O ports.</para>
<para>The user cannot modify any settings on this page.</para>
</sect1>
</sect2>
<!--****************************************-->
<sect1 id="kcmusb">
<title><acronym>USB</acronym> Controller/<acronym>USB</acronym> Devices Information Module</title>
<sect2 id="kcm_pci">
<title><acronym>PCI</acronym>-bus/Installed <acronym>PCI</acronym> Cards Information Module</title>
<para>This module allows you to see the devices attached to your
<acronym>USB</acronym> bus(es).</para>
<para>This page displays information about the
<acronym>PCI</acronym>-bus and installed <acronym>PCI</acronym> cards,
and other devices that use the Peripheral Component Interconnect
(<acronym>PCI</acronym>) bus.</para>
<note><para>The exact information displayed is system-dependent. On some
systems, <acronym>PCI</acronym>-information can not yet be
displayed.</para> </note>
<para>On &Linux;, this information is read from <filename
class="devicefile">/proc/pci</filename> which is only available if the
<filename class="directory">/proc</filename> pseudo-filesystem is
compiled into the kernel. A listing of all <acronym>PCI</acronym>
devices found during kernel initialization, and their configuration, is
shown.</para>
<para>Each entry begins with a bus, device and function number.</para>
<para>The user cannot modify any settings on this page.</para>
</sect2>
<para>This module is for information only, you cannot edit any
information you see here.</para>
</sect1>
<!--****************************************-->
<sect1 id="smbstatus">
<sect1 id="network">
<title>Network Information Module</title>
<sect2 id="nic">
<title>Network Interfaces Information Module</title>
<para>
This page displays information about the network interfaces
installed in your computer.
</para>
<note><para>The exact information displayed is system-dependent. On
some systems, this information can not yet be displayed.</para></note>
<para>The user cannot modify any settings on this page.</para>
</sect2>
<!--****************************************-->
<sect2 id="smbstatus">
<title>Samba Status Information Module</title>
<para>The Samba and <acronym>NFS</acronym> Status Monitor is a front end
......@@ -545,7 +589,7 @@ network. In this case the output of <command>showmount</command>
<filename class="directory">/usr/sbin</filename>, check if you have
showmount in your <envar>PATH</envar>.</para>
<sect2 id="smb-exports">
<sect3 id="smb-exports">
<title>Exports</title>
<para>On this page you can see a big list which shows the currently
......@@ -574,9 +618,9 @@ not notice it.</para>
Here you see only, how many files he has <emphasis>open</emphasis> just
now, you don't see how many he copied or formerly opened &etc;</para>
</sect2>
</sect3>
<sect2 id="smb-imports">
<sect3 id="smb-imports">
<title>Imports</title>
<para> Here you see which Samba- and <acronym>NFS</acronym>-shares from
......@@ -589,9 +633,9 @@ mounted.</para>
&Linux; (this has been tested), and it should also work on &Solaris;
(this has not been tested).</para>
</sect2>
</sect3>
<sect2 id="smb-log">
<sect3 id="smb-log">
<title>Log</title>
<para>This page presents the contents of your local samba log file in a
......@@ -625,8 +669,8 @@ your samba is too low, you won't see everything.</para>
<para>By clicking on the header of one column you can sort the list by
this column.</para>
</sect2>
<sect2 id="smb-statistics">
</sect3>
<sect3 id="smb-statistics">
<title>Statistics</title>
<para>On this page you can filter the contents of the third page for
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this column. This way you can check out which file was opened most
often, or which user opened the most files or whatever.</para>
</sect2>
</sect3>
<sect2 id="smb-stat-author">
<sect3 id="smb-stat-author">
<title>Section Author</title>
<para>Module copyright 2000: Michael Glauche and &Alexander.Neundorf; &Alexander.Neundorf.mail;</para>
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<!-- TRANS:CREDIT_FOR_TRANSLATORS -->
</sect3>
</sect2>
</sect1>
<!--****************************************-->
<sect1 id="nic">
<title>Network Interfaces Information Module</title>
<sect1 id="graphical">
<title>Graphical Information Module</title>
<para>
This page displays information about the network interfaces
installed in your computer.
</para>
<para>When you open the modules in this section, you are presented with some
information. The left hand side of the window is organized into a
tree. Some of the elements have a plus sign in front of the label.
Clicking this sign opens a <quote>submenu</quote> related to the
label. Clicking on a minus sign in front of a label hides the
submenu.</para>
<note><para>The exact information displayed is system-dependent. On
some systems, this information can not yet be displayed.</para></note>
<para>The right hand side of the window contains the individual
values for each of the parameters on the left.</para>
<para>The user cannot modify any settings on this page.</para>
</sect1>
<para>The information presented will vary depending on your
setup.</para>
<!--****************************************-->
<note><para>Some setups may not be able to determine some or all of the
parameters.</para></note>
<sect1 id="opengl">
<title>OpenGL Information Module</title>
<para>You can not change any values from this module. It is for
information only.</para>
<para>This page displays information about installed <acronym>OpenGL</acronym> implementation.
OpenGL (for "Open Graphics Library") is a cross-platform,
hardware independent interface for 3D graphics. </para>
<!--****************************************-->
<para><acronym>GLX</acronym> is the binding for OpenGL to X Window system.</para>
<sect2 id="wayland">
<title>Wayland Information Module</title>
<para> <acronym>DRI</acronym> (Direct Rendering Infrastucture) provides hardware acceleration for OpenGL.
You must have a videocard with 3D accelerator and properly installed driver for this.</para>
<para> </para>
<para>This screen is useful for getting specific information about your
<ulink url="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wayland_(display_server_protocol)">Wayland Compositor</ulink>.</para>
<para>Read more at the official OpenGL site <ulink url="http://www.opengl.org">http://www.opengl.org</ulink> </para>
</sect1>
</sect2>
<!--****************************************-->
<sect1 id="xserver">
<sect2 id="xserver">
<title>X Server Information Module</title>
<para>This screen is useful for getting specific information about your
X server and the current session of X.</para>
X Server and the current session of X.</para>
<para>When you open this module, you are presented with some
information. The left hand side of the window is organized into a
tree. Some of the elements have a plus sign in front of the label.
Clicking this sign opens a <quote>submenu</quote> related to the
label. Clicking on a minus sign in front of a label hides the
submenu.</para>
</sect2>
<para>The right hand side of the window contains the individual
values for each of the parameters on the left.</para>
<!--****************************************-->
<para>The information presented will vary depending on your
setup.</para>
<sect2 id="opengl">
<title>OpenGL Information Module</title>
<note><para>Some setups may not be able to determine some or all of the
parameters.</para></note>
<para>This page displays information about installed <acronym>OpenGL</acronym> implementation.
OpenGL (for "Open Graphics Library") is a cross-platform,
hardware independent interface for 3D graphics. </para>
<para>You can not change any values from this menu. It is for
information only.</para>
</sect1>
<para><acronym>GLX</acronym> is the binding for OpenGL to X Window system.</para>
<!--****************************************-->
<para> <acronym>DRI</acronym> (Direct Rendering Infrastucture) provides hardware acceleration for OpenGL.
You must have a videocard with 3D accelerator and properly installed driver for this.</para>
<para> </para>
<!-- Wayland missing -->
<para>Read more at the official OpenGL site <ulink url="https://www.opengl.org">OpenGL</ulink> </para>
</sect2>
</sect1>
</chapter>
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