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Introduction

The following guide has been designed to help users install the Access Grid software on Scientific Linux 6. It has been assumed that you will setup your display and audio devices yourself, as this guide will not cover this process in detail, as it varies from system to system, though some information is provided.

This guide has been designed so that both Linux proficient and non-proficient users are able to install the Access Grid software on Scientific Linux 6. It has however been assumed that your video/audio devices are working and supported by Scientific Linux.

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Which windows manager to choose?

Generally speaking, there are two mainstream windows managers for Linux. Though it should be mentioned that there are many others, KDE and Gnome are usually the main ones selected.

KDE

KDE has been used widely for some time, although a number of issues have seen this windows manager become problematic.  Such example problems include:

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Single and Multi-Node Access Grids Notes

This installation guide has instructions on how to setup the Access Grid software for both single and multi-node configurations. A single node configuration is where you have one machine which handles the entire workload. This machine will capture video, produce video and manage audio. This type of node configuration is generally used if you have a single capture device and connect to small AG sessions.

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AG Assist

AG ASSIST V1.1

ACCESS GRID TOOLKIT MANAGEMENT

AG Assist is a small program designed to facilitate the running of an Access Grid session. It interfaces with the AG Toolkit software (Venue Client, VIC, RAT, Shared Presentation Controller, etc) and other aspects of the AG session to provide a more user-friendly, polished and consistent AG experience. Any problems, questions or feedback please email lico.deridder@vuw.ac.nz

 

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Universidad de Jaén (Linares)

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Universidad de Jaén (Lagunillas)

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Universidad de Jaén (Linares)

Universidad de Jaén (Linares)

Escuela Politécnica Superior de Linares, Edificio A, dependencia 112

C/ Alfonso X El Sabio, 28


Universidad de Jaén
Linares, Jaén, 23700
Spain

  • AGTK 3.1 Capable

Access Grid has been quality assured

  • AGTK 3 has been certified


GENERAL CONTACT INFORMATION

Email:

audiovisuales@ujaen.es

URL:

PRIMARY CONTACT INFORMATION

Name:

Jose-Manuel Anguita

Phone :     

+953212610

ACCESS GRID CAPABILITIES

Note: Each item has been tested, as part of the quality assurance program.

ADDITIONAL ACCESS GRID INFORMATION

Multicast

Multicast Enabled

Seating Capacity

The seating capacity for this access grid node is approximately 30-50 people.

Booking Information

All information about bookings at the next link:

Toda la información para reservas en el siguiente enlace:

http://www.ujaen.es/sci/invdoc/audiov/servicios/422.html

Universidad de Jaén (Lagunillas)

Universidad de Jaén (Lagunillas)

Campus de las Lagunillas, edificio B4, dependencia 214
Paraje de las Lagunillas s/n
Universidad de Jaén
Jaén, Jaén, 23071
Spain

  • AGTK 3.1 Capable

Access Grid has been quality assured

  • AGTK 3 has been certified




GENERAL CONTACT INFORMATION

Email:

janguita@ujaen.es

URL:

PRIMARY CONTACT INFORMATION

Name:

Jose-Manuel Anguita

Phone :     

+34953212610

ACCESS GRID CAPABILITIES

Note: Each item has been tested, as part of the quality assurance program.

ADDITIONAL ACCESS GRID INFORMATION

Multicast

Multicast Enabled

Seating Capacity

The seating capacity for this access grid node is approximately 21-30 people.

Booking Information

All information about bookings at the next link:

Toda la información para reservas en el siguiente enlace:

http://www.ujaen.es/sci/invdoc/audiov/servicios/422.html

Unicast bridge enable bug for windows

There is a current bug for Windows users in which prevents them to enable a Unicast Bridge that is currently listed as "disabled" via the Venue Client. Normally you would (this works for Mac and Linux) open up Tools -> Preferences -> Bridging, select a bridge, right click on the “disable” text and select enable. This doesn't work on either Windows XP or Windows 7.

Bug has been logged via bugzilla (Bug 1975).

The following provides a work around, which is to edit the following text file manually:

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Security

Methods for improving the security for your Access Grid.

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