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gnomemeeting



SYNOPSIS

       gnomemeeting [-d]


DESCRIPTION

       GnomeMeeting  is  a  H.323  Video Conferencing application
       which uses the H.323 protocol (provided  by  the  OpenH323
       library). It can connect to a variety of other H323 appli­
       cations including Microsoft NetMeeting. It  also  supports
       ILS  (the  Microsoft  version  of  LDAP) and XDAP servers.
       GnomeMeeting can work with or without  a  webcam,  and  is
       able  to  create pure audio communications or traditionnal
       audio+video   communications.    GnomeMeeting   has   been
       designed   for   the  GNOME  desktop  and  therefore  uses
       gconfd-2(1) for storing its userdata. It offers to config­
       ure almost every option from within the GUI. The only rel­
       evant command-line option is -d to turn on debugging  dur­
       ing calls.


OPTIONS

       -d     turn on debugging (on the console)


FILES

       /etc/gconf/gconf.xml.defaults/apps/gnomemeeting/
              The  system wide configuration file. See gconf-con­
              fig(1) for further details on  gconf.  (The  actual
              place can differ depending on your system's config­
              uration)
       ~/.gconf/apps/gnomemeeting
              Per user configuration  file.  See  gconf-config(1)
              for further details.


ENVIRONMENT

       On   startup  GnomeMeeting  reads  the  system-wide  gconf
       schemas (like every  other  GNOME2  app  should  do)  from
       /etc/gconf/gconf.xml.defaults/apps.  Every modification of
       the gconf keys using the GUI, gconftool or gconf-editor is
       reflected in real-time by GnomeMeeting.


DIAGNOSTICS

       The following diagnostics may occur:

       Please check your gconf settings and permissions, it seems
       that gconf is not properly setup on your system

       gconfd-1 is running and you're trying to start  gnomemeet­
       ing > 0.91 which needs gconfd-2

       -> kill gconfd-1 and try again

       your gconf-dir isn't set to mode 4755
       ing

       to obtain the current list of bugs.


GETTING HELP

       Feel free to join #gnomemeeting on irc.gnome.org (GIMPnet)
       or the ML at:

       http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gnomemeeting-list

       after having read the FAQ at

       http://www.gnomemeeting.org/faq.php .


AUTHOR

       Damien Sandras <dsandras at seconix dot com>


CODE CONTRIBUTORS

       Kenneth Rohde  Christiansen  <kenneth  at  gnu  dot  org>,
       Miguel  Rodriguez  Perez  <migrax  at  terra dot es>, Paul
       <paul at argo dot dyndns dot org>, Roger  Hardiman  <roger
       at freebsd dot org>


CONTRIBUTORS

       Alex  Larsson <alexl at redhat dot com>, Alp Toker <alp at
       toker.com>, Christian Rose <menthos at menthos  dot  com>,
       Christopher  R.  Gabriel  <cgabriel  at cgabriel dot org>,
       Fabrice Alphonso <fabrice.alphonso at wanadoo.fr>,  Florin
       <florin at mandrakesoft.com>, Kilian Krause <kk at verfac­
       tion dot de>, Rafael Pinilla <r_pinilla at yahoo dot com>,
       Sander Smeenk <ssmeenk at freshdot dot net>, Santiago Gar­
       cia Mantinan <manty  at  manty  dot  net>,  Stefan  Bruens
       <lurch at gmx dot li>, Vincent Deroo <crossdatabase at aol
       dot com>, and all the others who are not listed here,  but
       do a great job on the IRC channel.


OTHER INFO

       The  webpage  for GnomeMeeting is at http://www.gnomemeet­
       ing.org.  You can find info about GnomeMeeting  there  and
       download  the  latest version.  Either as packages for all
       major distributions or as sourcecode. Patched  version  of
       the  libs  are available, if neccessary.  CVS instructions
       are at http://www.gnomemeeting.org/faq.php#AEN208.


COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2000-2002 Damien Sandras
       This is free software licensed under the  GPLv2;  see  the
       LICENSE  file  in the source for copying conditions. There
       is NO warranty; not even for  MERCHANTABILITY  or  FITNESS
       FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

  
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