Re[2]: Testing Q-Seeme for Linux...

Mike Baranowski (mhb@netcom.com)
Fri, 30 May 1997 20:22:59 -0500


At 5:05 PM -0600 5/29/97, Brian Godette wrote:

>On Thu, 29 May 1997 06:46:36 +0200 (MET DST)
>Roberto Del Bianco <r.delbianco@agora.stm.it> wrote:
>
>>
>> On 28-May-97 Mike Baranowski wrote:
>>
>> >Not running it, but I do know that everytime one of these Linux boxes
>> >connect to a reflector I manage, it crashes the ref... Of course, I check
>> >the log, then deny the ip.
>>
>> Ach... :-((
>>
>> So are they not so reliable?
>> Or there's something not standard on them?
>>
>>
>> Ah! the correct URL is:
>>
>> http://www.pangea.org/~mavilar/qseeme/qseeme.html
>>
>>
>> Bye bye!
>> Roberto
>>
>> Bye bye!
>> Alle prossime!
>
>It seems QSeeMe is at least doing something unexpected that would cause
>a problem with the reflector. It does crash my 1.06 version of my
>reflector code, however I just tested it on my current code which should
>be out next week sometime, and it seems to handle it ok. QSeeMe doesn't
>seem to support rate adaption, so there may be a problem in there in the
>Cornell reflector, there may also be problems with the OC data packets,
>however I can't be certain of this at this point (I'm in the wrong place
>right now to do further testing and can only run it using X- Windows
>over a 28.8 (UGLY!)). Video and chat seemed to work as expected. I
>didn't check to see if QSM supported chat recovery or not, but it does
>seem to support private (geek) chat (looks like he used Chris's chat
>engine windo) as well, so I expect that portion of it at least works as
>it should. My only dislike is that it opens vids automatically by
>default and doesn't seem to have any option to disable that.

It crashes a WP 2.1 BSDI version reflector...

-Mike Baranowski
Jeeves