Re: [GnomeMeeting-list] Auto-initiate connection?
- From: Damien Sandras <damien sandras it-optics com>
- To: gnomemeeting-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [GnomeMeeting-list] Auto-initiate connection?
- Date: Wed, 10 Mar 2004 09:48:38 +0100
Le mar, 09/03/2004 à 22:52 -0800, Les LaZar a écrit :
> Thanks to the bug reports and fixes, I have gotten GM 1.00 running on
> both of our Via C3/FC1 systems and they now talk with each other
> without crashing.
What was the problem?
> I have some questions:
> While I have successfully used the auto-answer function (Free For
> Chat), I also want to force a call initiation upon start-up. Is there
> some way to set a preference or create a configuration file that will
> cause GM to place a call to a specific URL on start up AND continue
> trying to connect until the connection is successful (I can't predict
> which of the two systems will start up first).
The first part of what you request is easy : just invoke gnomemeeting -c
The second part is not possible yet but we could implement it as a new
> Another question: could you please point me to an explanation of the
> statistics portion of the control panel display? For example, what
> does the line on the graph represent? What does it mean when the
They are the different audio and video streams. I have to look in the
code to remember what color is what.
> round-trip time varies between two instances of GM that are
> communicating with each other?
I don't understand the question. The RTT is the round-trip-time, if it
is higher on one side than on the other, it simply means that the time
for a packet to go to the other instance of GM and come back is higher.
That can indicate a bandwidth problem.
_ Damien Sandras
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