[AG-TECH] building AG3 on ubuntu edgy
eolson at mcs.anl.gov
Fri Mar 9 12:04:22 CST 2007
> I guess I might as well just use the head at this point.
> Which works! ... I think.
I would recommend using r_3_0_2_final since bugtesting is done before
releases. (Unless your interested in developing or bugtesting of
course. There is an ag-dev mailing list if you are.)
Notes for AG 3.0.2
Tom mentioned you'd need pyOpenSSL:
cvs -d :pserver:anonymous at cvs.mcs.anl.gov:/cvs/fl co pyOpenSSL
I also noticed that for r_3_0_2_final, tools/GenerateInterfaces.py
refers to zsi's older names "wsdl2py.py" and "wsdl2dispatch.py" instead
of the newer names "wsdl2py" and "wsdl2dispatch". You can remove the
".py" on lines 26 and 27.
> I tried running python bin/VenueClient.py --personalNode
> as suggested in README-developers, but that wants a numeric argument.
> I'm using 1 but i don't know why you'd ever specify that option with a
> non true value.
There is now a default setting in preferences for personalNode=1, since
personalNode is usually used.
The command-line option will override that (hence the need for "=0"
I changed the README-developers line that you noticed was incorrect.
> Does it make sense to set the default to 1?
> Is there some venue I can connect to to test things out (eg video
> producer, video consumer and audio) ?
The default venue (just hit "Go" button to the right of the url) should
have video and audio, although people may not be talking all the time.
If you don't have multicast you'll need to use a bridge (Tools->Bridges).
If your router acts as a firewall you may have to open ports to allow
media traffic through. Selecting Venue->Properties from the menu will
list the addresses and ports currently in use in the current venue. It
may be more useful to look at the port ranges of bridges here:
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