Location for source-rpm of "ejabberd", being used in XS-0.7
jvonau at shaw.ca
Tue Jan 15 11:53:38 EST 2013
On Tue, 2013-01-15 at 22:13 +0530, Ajay Garg wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 15, 2013 at 9:33 PM, Jerry Vonau <jvonau at shaw.ca> wrote:
> On Tue, 2013-01-15 at 18:54 +0530, Ajay Garg wrote:
> > Hi all.
> > I am wanting to share the sugar-activities, via "gabble"
> > As a first step, I installed
> > http://dev.laptop.org/xs/OLPC-School-Server-0.7-i386.iso on
> > VirtualBox, and did the "xs-setup example.org " step.
> > (As the second step, I chose "manual networking", to
> configure the
> > virtual-image as per my network. After the networking was
> set, I could
> > use the "Chat" activity between two XOs fine :) :)
> > Now, I wish to have this sharing done, with only ejabberd
> running (in
> > other words, without installing all the other components
> that come
> > along packaged with the XS).
> > The "ejabberd" version (as shown by "rpm -qa | grep
> ejabberd") is
> > "ejabberd-2.1.10.el6.olpc1.i686"
> > Regarding this, I wanted to know the source of the ejabberd
> rpm being
> > used ::
> > (i)
> > Is it the vanilla Fedora rpm that is being used?
> > (ii)
> > Or some OLPC-specific patches come along (which would
> mean there
> > must be a corresponding "OLPC" src-rpm for the same :) )
> It's patched, have a look in:
> Thanks Jerry; as usual you were on the spot :)
> I could build and install the rpm on Fedora :)
> Just one more question:
> I still see that there are some differences (mainly related to the
> "served domain names", and "allowed clients that could register"
> fields) between the XS-0.7's ejabberd.cfg, and the one I just
> installed on Fedora.
> Although I know the steps to change these settings to make ejabberd
> work, but I still wonder whether the
> ejabberd-installed-after-building-http://dev.laptop.org/xs/repos/stable/olpc/xs-0.7/source/ejabberd-2.1.10-1.el6.olpc1.src.rpm should be the same as ejabberd-found-on-XS-0.7-just-after-the-XS-has-been-installed (i.e., the XS-ejabberd's snapshot just before "xs-setup example.org" is run).
> Anyways, thanks a ton !!!
Don't think I understated the question, hit me up on IRC or Skype if you
want to discuss this further.
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