[IAEP] Help needed..

Marc Karasek marckarasek at gmail.com
Wed Aug 24 17:18:50 EDT 2011

The demo is over, but the work continues.

The server I had setup was crashing (jabber was crashing).  So I need to 
reinstall the XS and do some more work on this.  I am concerned that the 
deployment is in Uganda (a long way from me).  And I want to make this 
easy in keeping the whole thing up and working.  The server seems to be 
a bit unstable.

So how does the telepathy-salut vs telepathy-gabble get decided.

On 8/24/2011 4:40 PM, Aleksey Lim wrote:
> On Sat, Aug 13, 2011 at 03:49:26PM -0400, Marc Karasek wrote:
>> I am planning on deploying 24-30 Machines in Uganda later this year as
>> part of a mission project.
>> I have setup a OLPC Server and a couple of PC with USB SOAS releases.
>> I am doing a demo next weekend on the 20th to try to raise some $$ for
>> the project.
>> My questions are :
>> 1) The two PC can see each other and I can make friends.  But I cannot
>> seem to share an activity?  Any ideas what I need to do to make this happen?
> * what sugar version SOAS uses?
>    in case of collaboration, would be useful to stuck to 0.88 if it is
>    about "production" using and not about helping developers to fix various
>    collaboration issues in 0.9x code
> * run Chat activity, try to share it, change "Private" button to
>    "My neighborhood", if buttons in the "My neighborhood" palette are
>    inactive, collaboration works on your side.
>    Try to chat
> * if Chat doesn't work (or buddies don't see each over), see what
>    telepathy plugin they are using, type in Terminal activity:
>      ps -A -o cmd | grep telepathy | grep -v grep
>    the output should be the same for both buddies.
>    if it is telepathy-gabble, you use jabber server (and if it doesn't
>    work, it seems to be sugar issue and requires new investigation)
>    if it is telepathy-salut, you use local connection check if both
>    machines are in the same subnet

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