[IAEP] Collaboration on ubuntu
walter.bender at gmail.com
Mon Nov 24 08:35:58 EST 2008
To take advantage of the jabber-based collaboration, you should set
all the machines to the same jabber server from the Network menu
option in the Sugar Control Panel (The Control Panel is found in the
hover menu that appears on the XO icon on the Home View.) We are in
the process of compiling a better list of servers, but may I suggest
schoolserver.media.mit.edu as one option that seems to be running most
of the time.
On Mon, Nov 24, 2008 at 8:30 AM, Luke Faraone <luke at laptop.org> wrote:
> On Sun, Nov 23, 2008 at 23:35, victor rajewski <askvictor at gmail.com> wrote:
>> First up, sorry if this isn't the place for this discussion, but I
>> understand that specialised discussion lists are still evolving...
>> I've been attempting to set up a sugar network on a classroom of PCs
>> running ubuntu intrepid, to let students (young and old) have a play with
>> it. It installs and runs nicely, but the computers can't see each other in
>> the neighbourhood view. Running "avahi-browse -a -t" on one computers shows
>> other computers present with an iChat presence, which I understand means
>> that there is a problem with salut? I'm not sure where to go from here.
>> Running a jabber server would be the easiest way forward, but I'm more
>> interested in fixing this bug than a workaround.
> Sugar does not support autodiscovery over a local LAN, AFAICT. The only
> autodiscovery use case that is supported was 802.11s on the XO; all other
> groups will have to make use of a Jabber Server.
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