[OLPC-Chicago] Jabber in Chicago?
harper at nata2.org
Sat Mar 1 20:50:39 EST 2008
Took far too long to get going - had some issues with the IPV6 and EC2. anyway.
server is up at jabber.olpchacks.org
I have confirmed that my XO is on the jabber server. Pretty cool.
To add your own XO to access the jabber.olpchacks.org server just run
the following in the terminal activity:
sugar-control-panel -s jabber jabber.olpchacks.org
Then restart sugar by pressing ctrl-alt-erase. As long as you are
connect to an AP you should be connecting to this jabber server.
Let me know how it works. I will be monitoring it for a little while
to make sure that people are connecting and whatnot.
When we are certain it works, we should add this info to the wiki.
On Sat, Mar 1, 2008 at 2:25 PM, Harper Reed <harper at nata2.org> wrote:
> I will get right to it. And let yall know the info on it.
> brb ;)
> On Sat, Mar 1, 2008 at 2:22 PM, Robert Myers <rmyers7 at mindspring.com> wrote:
> > Karen, Harper,
> > Karen T. Smith wrote:
> > > Bob -
> > >
> > > Can you give me a link to the OLPC Planet blog? Thanks
> > Harper Reed wrote:
> > > I can set up a jabber server. Can you be more specific on needs?
> > Here's the blog: http://planet.laptop.org/
> > Search for ejabberd. There's an article on compiling from source and
> > applying the olpc specific patches. It's near the top, just a couple of
> > days old.
> > If I understand correctly, what's needed is a server compiled and
> > patched to these specs and made public.
> > Bob
> Harper Reed
> blog: nata2.org
> home: harperreed.org
> phone: 773.278.6162
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