Re: CU-see for Linux
According to cuseeme.fag, nv does not support the following point
to poing video conferencing configuration with any pc/mac cu-seeme:
nv <---> pc/mac (cu-seeme)
but it supports multicast i.e. nv can receive cu-seeme frame
via multicast (mbone).
Please correct me if I am wrong.
Accordingly, I should be able to do "nv 'cu-seeme reflector IP Address'"
and get some kind of video. So far, I still can get it working. I have all
the multicast/mbone/mrouted enabled.
> From firstname.lastname@example.org Thu May 8 17:48 PDT 1997
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> Date: Thu, 08 May 1997 16:38:11 -0500
> From: Daniel Suson <D-Suson@tamuk.edu>
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> Subject: CU-see for Linux
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> Dear All,
> This has probably been asked too often, but I am new to the list. I
> have a color quickcam that I need to start using for videoconferencing
> with other schools. The software that has been settled on will be
> CU-seeme since the other sites are running Windows 95. I run a Linux
> box, and need to get CU-seeme running locally. Currently I have the
> color camera working under cqcam-0.40b. I also have the reflector
> package reflector-4.0b3 installed, although I haven't done anything with
> it yet. One of the problems seems to be that I am using Tcl 7.5 and Tk
> 4.1. Does anyone know of, or have, a version of nv that supports
> CU-seeme for Linux using these libraries? Is there a different way to
> impliment this? It doesn't look like nv contains audio support. How do
> I set that up? Your help with this is greatly appreciated.
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