Fake mesh over IP.
drew.einhorn at gmail.com
Thu Dec 6 07:49:49 EST 2007
My impression, which could easily be wrong, is that an XS school
server is more than just a jabber server. It also performs backup,
and library functions.
I was thinking I could download the latest XS live CD and
proceed from there to an XS install.
Where does the jabber server usually live in a standard
configuration? Right now my guess is in a regional or
My situation with a small learning community 2 XOs plus a few more
folks running sugar as an application, or perhaps in virtual machines,
spread across two primary sites 1000 miles apart, with folks wandering
off to remote wireless hotspots, etc., is quite a bit different from the
standard OLPC configuration. But, it will probably not be that unusual
in the G1G1 community. But can probably use standard software, with
slightly different configurations. I really to tweak standard configurations,
and not build lots of infrastructure from scratch for myself.
Is there a better list to ask about XS technical issues? and G1G1 issues?
I do have related questions about RS content issues posted over
in the library list.
On Dec 6, 2007 1:26 AM, Morgan Collett <morgan.collett at collabora.co.uk> wrote:
> drew einhorn wrote:
> > I'll need at least a jabber server of my own.
> > Would it be better to install my own XS school server?
> I don't know what the status of the XS software is. Uruguay's running
> Debian servers.
> > Would it be even better to have local servers at both sites?
> There is no server federation yet, so those on one jabber server can't
> see those on another server. Sounds like you need one server.
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