Guidance sought on collaboration techniques
wadetb at gmail.com
Wed Feb 18 21:28:43 EST 2009
I always have set my XOs using the Control Panel to one of the servers
Most often it's the schoolserver.media.mit.edu server which is designated as
I have never had good luck getting XOs on the network to see each other
without a server. Sometimes it has worked, but not lately.
On Mon, Feb 16, 2009 at 12:21 PM, James Simmons
<jim.simmons at walgreens.com>wrote:
> This weekend I tried to get my two computers running Fedora 10 with the
> Sugar RPMs to share with one another, with no luck. Back when I was using
> Xubuntu there was a collabora server that the Xubuntu RPMs had installed by
> default, and I was able to set up my XO to use it using a command line
> something like this:
> sugar-control-panel -s jabber olpc.collabora.co.uk
> When I try to do that now I get a python stack trace (if that's the right
> word) and I still get an empty neighborhood view..
> I was lead to believe a few months ago that two instances of Sugar on the
> same network would find each other and be able to share even without a
> jabber server between them. I couldn't get that to work then and it doesn't
> work now.
> In any case, I have two machines running Fedora 10 and I want them to be
> able to collaborate. I should be able to run multiple instances of Sugar on
> one of these machines as well. I don't have my own jabber server. How
> would you suggest I set up a test environment for collaboration?
> Thanks again,
> James Simmons
> Wade Brainerd wrote:
>> Hey James,
>> FYI here is the collaboration code in Colors!
>> It's fairly well commented but let me know if you have any questions about
>> how it works, or what you should do differently in Read Etexts.
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