David, Thank you for the information.
Can you attempt to perform a clean install again with edits in line below. David Leeming wrote: > Hi Reuben > > > > - Installed 0.5 Nov 19th download on Toshiba notebook computer with > black box prototype AA (USB) > > - Fresh install (overwriting not upgrading the previously fully > working 0.4 installation > > - Set location Guadalcanal, use local time > (I did not change this in my tests; I doubt this has any effect but want to note I left this at the default setting) > - No optional application selected > > - Install...... restart > > - /etc/sysconfig/olpc-scripts/domain_config oceania.org > After running domain_config Then edit the file /etc/sysconfig/network and set hostname to schoolserver.oceania.org (nano /etc/sysconfig/network) Then restart (shutdown -r now) > - chkconfig --level 345 ejabberd on > > - service ejabberd start > > Wait a few minutes for ejabberd to completely startup. You can check it's status by running: service ejabberd status > - ejabberdctl register admin schoolserver.oceania.org admin > > With a fresh install of 0.5.1 dev 3 you don't need the following from here --> > - restart > > - yum --enablerepo=olpcxs-testing update > > - restart > > to here <-- > - One one of 4 XOs, log onto ejabberd web admin and set up shared > roster "Online" > > - restart > > - start all four XOs and register, then restart > > > On the XOs are registering from a fresh OS install, 8.2? If the XOs have been previously registered; you will need to clean out their registration by removing the server fields in /home/olpc/.sugar/default/config. After removing these fields; restart the XOs Then connect the XOs to the appropriate SSID or AA. Then register the XO. Then restart the XO. I hope this helps. Please let us know. > At this stage I cannot see any other XO, and still had to do the work around > of removing all four users from the ejabberd webadmin and restarting > everything before I could see them in the neighbourhood views. (as advised > by Martin): > > > > (Martin wrote...) To avoid re-installing the XS to re-test the "just > registered" scenario you can > > - go with a webbrowser to the ejabberd admin panel, go into the > 'schoolserver' vhost listed there and delete all the users registered > > - restart ejabberd > > - restart the laptops > > > > This happens each time a laptop is restarted. > > > > However, once all going, it is fine: > > - All four show up in the eJabberd control panel as users > > - All have the same correct results for olpc-netstatus > > - I tried sharing Memorize - all four OK > > - Video chat is OK between any two > > - Server access and Internet browsing all OK (updated them each online) > > > > > > Log attached > > > > > > > > > > David Leeming > > Technical Advisor, People First Network, Honiara, Solomon Islands > > Alternative email address: leemingda...@yahoo.com.au > > > > > > From: Reuben Caron [mailto:caron.reu...@gmail.com] On Behalf Of Reuben K. > Caron > Sent: Tuesday, 30 December 2008 12:15 p.m. > To: David Leeming > Cc: XS Devel; Martin Langhoff > Subject: Re: [Server-devel] XS 0.5.1-dev03 with ejabberd goodness, kernel > bling, Access Point workingness... looking for xmas testers > > > > Hmm.. > > Are you upgrading or doing this from fresh install? > > If upgrade from what previous version? > > If from fresh install can you give more detail to the exact steps you are > performing? > > (pardon me if you provided this information earlier; I quickly reviewed the > archive and could not find anything) > > Reuben > > > Martin Langhoff wrote: > > On Mon, Dec 29, 2008 at 10:04 PM, David Leeming > <mailto:leem...@pipolfastaem.gov.sb> <leem...@pipolfastaem.gov.sb> wrote: > > > It works but you have to run through the procedure below each time you start > the XOs up with the server. > > > > Hmmm, well, that's definitely not normal procedure! > > > > - I have to log onto ejabberd web admin with all XOs turned off and delete > all users (time consuming for a class of 40....) and then start them up. > Then it will work fine and the neighbourhood screens populate, until you > want to start again. Next time you start everything up, you will not see the > other XOs, until the procedure is repeated. > > > > I suspect there's something else happening there... on the server > there should be a log for ejabberd, /var/log/ejabberd.log I think. Can > you post it to the list or to me? That should give us something to > chew on... > > cheers, > > > m > > > > > > -- Reuben K. Caron Country Support Engineer One Laptop per Child Mobile: +1-617-230-3893 reu...@laptop.org Deployments Support <http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Deployments_Support>
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