[IAEP] Help needed..
marckarasek at gmail.com
Wed Aug 17 21:57:51 EDT 2011
Do you need to do the rejoin?
What I am seeing is the two systems can see each other. When I change
the chat to my neighborhood it shows up on the other system.
I can join it from the other system, it starts chat but I cannot type
into the window and do not see any of the text from the other system.
On the original system, (the one that first opened chat) I can type and
see the output. The second system opens as a private chat, changing
this to my neighborhood has no affect.
Question : Does the Collaboration server I am connected too make a
difference (in my settings)? This system is closed and does not have
internet access. The final system in Uganda will not have internet
access at all. So do I need to change the Collaboration server name to
the schoolserver (XS 0.6) name the systems are hooked too? If so what
is the name I need to use? Is it the domain name (uganda.org) that I
setup as part of the server install?
Troop 648 Asst Scoutmaster
Button Gwinnett Boy Scout Roundtable Commissioner
NYLT Staff 2011
Assistant Course Director for Program
2011 Powder Horn Course
Herder of Cats
/ WB \
Email: marckarasek at gmail.com <mailto:marckarasek at gmail.com>
On 8/13/2011 11:21 PM, Thomas C Gilliard wrote:
> I would suggest Chat as a way to test sharing.
> Here is a simplified step by step to get you going.....
> Start Chat in the F3 Ring of applications of sugar
> -click on the Chat top bar (O with a single dot )
> -Set it to sharing by selecting the (O with multiple dots) that drops
> down under your mouse.
> -It will connect as it counts down
> -type your message in the bottom left part of the window; hit return (
> *At this time a chat icon should appear in your f1 Network neighborhood
> _If you click on it you can rejoin it.
> *Anyone else connected to the jabber (or ad-hoc network) will also be
> able to join this chat by clicking on it in their F1 Network
> Neighborhood screen.
> -Messages typed on your chat will appear on anyone else's chat that
> has connected to it, and visa-versa.
> Enjoy : )
> (I also find Turtle Art and Write work well. In this case both users
> have their own (2 independent instances) line of type or turtle that
> shows on both shared sugars.)
> Note: Invites do not always work, it depends on the versions of sugar
> being used.
> Tom Gilliard
> satellit on #sugar Freenode IRC
> Marc Karasek wrote:
>> I have not had a chance to replicate the issue yet, but what I did
>> was start writer then go to neighborhood and try to invite the other
>> PC. I expected an invite on the other PC but nothing.
>> I will try later this weekend and post my results.
>> *Marc Karasek*
>> Troop 648 Asst Scoutmaster
>> Button Gwinnett Boy Scout Roundtable Commissioner
>> NYLT Staff 2011
>> Assistant Course Director for Program
>> 2011 Powder Horn Course
>> Herder of Cats
>> God Bless
>> 92-57 Bear
>> / WB \
>> Email: marckarasek at gmail.com <mailto:marckarasek at gmail.com>
>> On 8/13/2011 8:40 PM, Gonzalo Odiard wrote:
>>> I think Physics dos not have colaboration implemented yet.
>>> Another question for you, are the computers registered in the
>>> server? Have you tried using a jabber server configured in your
>>> network configuration?
>>> The more important test, is check if you can see in the neibhorhood
>>> view from one computer a activity shared in another.
>>> Be prepared!
>>>> El ago 13, 2011 5:37 p.m., "Marc Karasek" <marckarasek at gmail.com
>>>> <mailto:marckarasek at gmail.com>> escribió:
>>>> I tried both the physics and writer.
>>>> Marc Karasek
>>>> Troop 648 Asst Scoutmaster
>>>> Button Gwinnett Boy Scout Roundtable Commissioner
>>>> On 8/13/2011 4:21 PM, Walter Bender wrote:
>>>> > On Sat, Aug 13, 2011 at 3:49 PM, Marc Karasek <ma...
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