[AG-TECH] Unified installers for Windows and LINUX
dbaggett at nsf.gov
Mon Jun 16 07:20:51 CDT 2003
Sorry for taking so long to respond....
I was thinking it might be easier to have a unified installer (windoze)
that would install the components together (Not nessessarily all in one
.exe). I have not played with the LINUX version yet (possibly today).
The certificate management process seemed a bit strange having to
cut/copy/paste into a file and apply an extension. I don't know if
anything can be done to make that a bit easier, I could see issues with
certs becoming corrupted during that process due to weirdness in mail
The camera is a panasonic (I can't remember the model number off of the
top of my head, but I'll write another message later). It may not be the
camera though since we've had spontaneous reboots when not running the
camera as well.
Ivan R. Judson wrote:
>Can you tell give me a few more details so I can answer your question? Are
>you thinking about a particular platform when you say kludgey? What part of
>the installation seems awkward? You mention certificates, is the awkwardness
>only related to certificate management issues?
>Btw, I've not experienced any hard reboots; which camera are you using?
>>From: owner-ag-tech at mcs.anl.gov
>>[mailto:owner-ag-tech at mcs.anl.gov] On Behalf Of Douglas Baggett
>>Sent: Thursday, June 12, 2003 2:15 PM
>>To: 'ag-tech at mcs.anl.gov'
>>Cc: dgatchel at nsf.gov; Haraguchi, Mark M.; kthompso at nsf.gov
>>Subject: [AG-TECH] Unified installers for Windows and LINUX
>>Are there plans for streamlining the installation process for the 2.0
>>software? It seems a bit kludgey although strait forward.
>>of others who might not have as much experience with the process of
>>getting the certs imported/exported.
>>Has anybody experienced hard reboots with vic and USB
>>cameras? We were
>>using 2.0 with vic and clicked on transmit and our system rebooted.
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