On Sat, 2007-06-16 at 09:44 +0700, Fajar Priyanto wrote:
Finally I'm setting up Italc on my two notebooks with Opensuse10.2.
I follow the Install instruction from the INSTALL file:
1. Install the RPM:
2. Generate the keys:
ica -role teacher -createkeypair
3. Copy the /etc/italc/keys/public to the client notebook.
4. Start 'ica&' in client
5. Start 'ica&' and 'italc' in master
6. Setup class in Italc. Connect.
Everything shows up! Wow. I can see the screen of the client from master.
But then the problem arises:
1. When I choose "Demo screen" on master, the screen on the client goes blank
with a window "Connecting to Italc at 192.168.1.101" (my master IP). It stays
this way until I cancel the demo screen in the master.
2. Then after that, everytime I start Italc on the master, Italc immediately
crashes with segmentation fault.
Is there something I miss? How can I troubleshoot it?
I think Italc is really-really good, hopefully the problem can be overcome.
Thank you very much for any help.
PS. I'm using wireless access to connect from master to client. And I'm using
beryl on the master.
with most of these desktop sharing protocols 3d is a problem. Also did
you check to see if you have remote xsessions enabled? could be an
issue. I haven't played with Italc yet... still working on ltsp5 in
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Newmarket School District
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