Re: Help with setting up the Cornell CU reflector

Ciaran Carter (Ciaran.Carter@stbrn.ac.uk)
Thu, 01 May 1997 09:25:24


Hi

At 12:57 30/04/97 -0400, you wrote:
>Forgive me if I've already posted a message similar to this, but I didn'=
t
know if the first one went through.

>Is there anyplace that I can find additional documentation on setting up
the Cornell CU-SeeMe reflector? The docs that came with the file I
downloaded were a bit fuzzy on the actual steps involved in getting the
reflector up and running.

Try the cornell site though I know the info there is a bit scanty...

>Or if anyone out there has successfully set up and is running a Cornell
version reflector, please let me know. I have no idea what default
directory (if any) the files are supposed to be installed into, much less
how to start the reflector once it's installed. I know how to set up the
reflector.conf file, since that's the only decent documentation that came
with the file.

For FreeBSD (though I guess most UNIX boxes are the same...)

Put the files where you like. Setup the reflect.conf file, put it in the
same directory as the reflect.* files and then use "nohup ./reflect.MC &"
(or reflect.NOMC for a non muliticast server) from its directory to start
it. It should show the settings on standard out and run. You can use refm=
on
to monitor the reflector.

If you get any problems drop me a line....

Ciaran

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