Re: [Server-devel] Ubuntu XS

2008-08-17 Thread Dev Mohanty
Would be interesting to know more on Uruguay's Debian based XS.. any links? Besides, if I remember correctly, I guess Tony Pearson was also part of that team or maybe not. I have mixed feelings about the current XS builds, guess I'd have preferred the XS being a lot more efficient and to run

Re: [Server-devel] Serving 400+ students w/ a single central XS - ejabberd nightmare?

2009-03-08 Thread Dev Mohanty
Bryan I assume, this is in reference with the deployment planned at the new schools, and guess am more then familiar with admin workload and power limitations you happen to mention in Nepal. Hence was wondering if you've looked into the option of using more then one XS, installed at the same

Re: [Server-devel] Wireless Cards in the School Server

2009-03-08 Thread Dev Mohanty
Hi Xavier, You could also look up the archive at http://lists.laptop.org/pipermail/networking/ Guess hasn't been very active lately, but then has plenty of info and reference to the wiki. Should get you started and help you with most of your queries. Cheers, Dev On 3/8/09, Xavier Ziemba

Re: [Server-devel] Wireless Cards in the School Server

2009-03-09 Thread Dev Mohanty
On 3/9/09, Marten Vijn i...@martenvijn.nl wrote: On Mon, 2009-03-09 at 17:51 +, Dev Mohanty wrote: You could also use the APs in repeater mode with the same SSID, if you're planning to use more then one AP. no that is no very handy if want some performance, a repeater eats

Re: [Server-devel] Serving 400+ students w/ a single central XS - ejabberd nightmare?

2009-03-10 Thread Dev Mohanty
Rangan, I remember the Linksys routers used to drop connection, as soon as 33-34 clients were logged in, and as Bryan mentioned we got much better perfomance with the readily available Taiwanese brand of APs. With a Linksys 25 odd clients works just fine though with heavy traffic. With the

Re: [Server-devel] notes on scaling ejabberd for the XO's

2009-03-11 Thread Dev Mohanty
More info available on the wiki at: http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Ejabberd_Configuration#Patches On 3/11/09, Bryan Berry br...@olenepal.org wrote: Here are some notes from a short IRC conversation I had w/ Rob Mcqueen, the lead developer of Telepathy transcript of conversation on #sugar bemasc: