[AG-TECH] OS X AG questions
jeremy.knope at gmail.com
Fri Aug 20 11:23:49 CDT 2004
it wasn't really that easy... globus and friends took a very long
time, but the media tools were the only ones that needed some help to
even compile (before i knew of mash binary for OS X, which even then
still is pretty funky)
if your on 10.3 you already have Python 2.3, and can just install the
extras then install wxPython from the binary (nice lil' .pkg) and all
you need to do is get the rest of the requirements ready, gpt then
globus, then swig then pyGlobus etc.
I also tried wrapping AG in a .app but it behaves different and
breaks... can't connect... weird
On Fri, 20 Aug 2004 08:24:23 -0700, Brian Corrie <bcorrie at sfu.ca> wrote:
> Hi Jerome,
> Some of the people in our group have found it painful to get everything
> in place to run the AG software on Mac OS X. Getting Python and wxPython
> installed, etc. (I am not 100% sure of the details, but what I heard was
> that it was painful). Did you experience any of this? The way I read
> your email is that the Python and AG software installs relatively easily
> and it sound like you are mostly having problems with the media tools.
> Is that true? This has not been our experience thus far - not sure if we
> are doing something wrong or not...
> Any info you could provide would be helpful...
> Jerome wrote:
> > so what exactly should work and what doesn't work with AG & OS X?
> > So far I've seen that i can view video streams via openmash vic, can't
> > transmit unless i use QuickTime broadcaster (although there may be
> > some possibilities with the beta QuickTime python module)
> > and openmash vat doesn't seem to know how to decode any audio coming
> > in, rat used to work on my machine but no longer shows up when
> > running...
> > also, the VenueClient runs ok, but not in personalNode mode,
> > AudioService and maybe VideoService get locked up and keep VenueClient
> > from continueing..
> > are these known problems or is there ways to solving them and they
> > just don't work for me?
> > Seems like theres some that do use AG on OS X so wanted to clarify things.
> > thanks
> > --jerome
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