Puplet should be installed by default. But, let's check if it's installed.
From a command prompt, type:
If the response is something like:
it's already installed. If the response is something like:
no puplet in (/usr/lib/qt-3.3/bin:/usr/kerberos/sbin.../other/directories: )
then it's not installed.
If it's not installed, it should be available via yum.
sudo yum install puplet
We can now configure puplet to load automatically when KDE starts. We need to create a link to the puplet executable in the .kde/Autostart folder in our home directory.
This can be done like so:
ln -ns /path/to/the/puplet/executable ~/.kde/Autostart/puplet
In my case, the /path/to/the/puplet/executable is /usr/bin/puplet.
The next time you log into KDE, puplet should be visible in your system tray.