RE>CU-SeeMe Config Question

elizabeth.gruben@x400gw.telos.com
7 Sep 95 14:28:02 -0400


Reply to: RE>CU-SeeMe Config Questions
I haven't set mine up yet, but I have QuickCam and no. you don't need a video
card. I have it (QuickCam) working on my PowerPC 6100 at home and I'm
attempting to get it running on my (new!) 9500 at work. So far, I can't get it
to work on the 9500. But it does great on the 6100.

As far as the Powerbook, let me know. I have a 170 and would like to use
CU-SeeMe on it when I'm on travel.

Cheers!

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Date: 9/7/95 1:27 PM
To: Elizabeth Gruben
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Hello.

I am new to Cu-SeeMe and although I have read the NetScape Home page and
the Cu-SeeMe FAQ I still have questions.

1. Can anyone advise me on the best way to hook-up CU-SeeMe to a Quadra 650
. The Quadra has an ethernet card and hooked up to the ethernet via an
Ansante FriednlyNet connector. The Mac OS is 7.1. I am planning on purchasing
QuickCam. Do I need a video card to use QuickCam or can one of the serial
ports suffice?

2. I also have a Powerbook 180 with a Global Village Fax/Modem. I plan to
install CU-SeeMe on this platform. I have found an annonymous note listing
the use of Cu-SeeMe on a Powerbook 180c using MAC OS 7.5, QuickCam, built
in audio, MacTCP 2.0.4, Modem 19.2 Global Village Mercury Powerport. Does
anyone have experience with this approach. Alternatively, I might purchase
a Powerbook 520 and wondered what kind of approaches others have utilized.

You can email with your advise to:

efsg@biosci.bsd.uchicago.edu

thanking you in advance.