[AG-TECH] Problems connecting to AGServiceManager on capture node

Michael Braitmaier braitmaier at hlrs.de
Wed May 10 06:47:34 CDT 2006

In the meantime the behaviour is like the following:

I can connect to my capture node without problems:
Capture node:
 video & audio capture
 AGServiceManager -n (means NodeService also moved to this machine)

-Running VenueClient with personalNode=1
-Can't get displays machine ServiceManager
-Capture machine servicemanager available
-Upon "Connect to Node" I get display machines servicemanager.

Quite strange behaviour. The differenceof add Servicemanager and 
"Connect to node" is not quite clear for me.
Besides that the SetServiceEnable method seems to be called in AG3 with 
wrong amount of params?
I get the attached error message. This error is reproducable under 
windows for enabling services.
In addition the VideoConsumerService seems not to be able to find vic. 
Seems as if the vic executable is not included
into the VideoConsumerService-Zip. Possibly this error is restricted to 
my local machines, as I am running from
CVS here, but I experience the same behaviour under FC3 with 



Douglas Kosovic schrieb:

> Hi Chris,
> Christoph Willing wrote:
>> On 10/05/2006, at 4:54 PM, Douglas Kosovic wrote:
>>> See the following regarding /etc/hosts (appears to happen with 
>>> configurations not using DHCP) :
>>>  http://agcentral.org/help/tutorial/aginstallonfc5/beforeinstall
>> Actually, I think the problems fixed by the technique in this article 
>> have been resolved in the AG3 tolkit code itself (bugzilla #1480)  
>> i.e. the fix to /etc/hosts should no longer required.
> I think it's an unrelated /etc/hosts problem where the PC's FQDN is 
> resolving to Jason Bell discovered and wrote up the 
> solution in the above URL a couple of days ago. The AG3 ServiceManager 
> on the other PC was being discovered (i.e. showed up in the combo-box 
> menu), but he wasn't able to connect to it. The weird thing was that 
> AG2.4 was working for him between the 2 PCs with one of them having 
> the broken /etc/hosts.
> I'm using DHCP on all the PCs I've installed Fedora on and haven't 
> seen the broken /etc/hosts file described by Jason.
> Cheers,
> Doug

Dipl.-Inf. Michael Braitmaier
HLRS - Visualization / Video Conferencing
University of Stuttgart
Phone: ++49 711 685 65996
Fax  : ++49 711 682 357
Website: http://www.hlrs.de/people/braitmaier/

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