[AG-TECH] Node setup Wizard

Patrick Johnson pjohnson at imsav.com
Fri Nov 5 11:08:11 CST 2004

I am trying AGTk 2.2  I thought that 2.2 being one version behind the
latest would provide me with the most documentation and stability.

I'm on a tight deadline to get this up and running.  I'm looking for the
easiest and most documented path to getting a Access Grid Node up and

I have two RedHat Enterprise Linux computers and one XP Pro computer.
Do I need to uninstall everything and start over?  What version should I
go with?


-----Original Message-----
From: David McNabb [mailto:mcnabb at umd.edu] 
Sent: Friday, November 05, 2004 5:36 AM
To: Patrick Johnson
Subject: Re: [AG-TECH] Node setup Wizard

I hope you meant 2.3 or 2.1. 
IMHO, 2.2 was a mess and should be avoided.
2.3 is much more stable and functional.

Go directly to 2.3 or stay at 2.1.

  --David McNabb

-----Original Message-----
From: "Patrick Johnson" <pjohnson at imsav.com>
To: <ag-tech at mcs.anl.gov>
Date: Thu, 4 Nov 2004 15:36:35 -0800
Subject: [AG-TECH] Node setup Wizard

I'm having trouble running the Node Setup Wizard under AGTk 2.2


I have two Linux systems running RHEL v.3 (audio and video capture) and
one Windows XP Pro system for my display.


I first started the AGServiceManager.py on each of the Linux systems.
Each system replies with a "bound to port 12000" and no errors.

The XP system also starts the Service Manager Service with no errors but
when I start the Node Setup Wizard I get an error "Can not start Node
Setup Wizard".  There are no other error messages and nothing in the
event viewer.  Has anyone else had this problem?




Patrick Johnson

Integrated Media Systems

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