Re: Net broadcaster
- Got it working...set the machine to be controlled up as a airport
network using create network and then the other machine controlled the
izzy project no problem
PS Replying to my own mail...what next
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> I am trying to get the net broadcaster to work across two laptops usingsharing and the
> airport..one machine is set up to share its connection viafile
> option to allow Remote apple events is switched on. I've checked themachine
> ID of the reciever matchs the broadcasters transmit id and the channal
> numbers are correct...but nothing is transmited..any clues?
- Dear Mark,
what about 64 bits g5 integration? It seems that it could be important.
I don't have a G5 yet, but Is it going to be difficult for you to do
that? Apple claims it is easy and you almost just need to recompile...
But maybe dual processor implementation is the prority...
Re: [isadora-user-group] Net broadcasterI am trying to get the net broadcaster to work across two laptops using
airport..one machine is set up to share its connection viafile sharing and the
option to allow Remote apple events is switched on. I've checked the machine
ID of the reciever matchs the broadcasters transmit id and the channal
numbers are correct...but nothing is transmited..any clues?simonFirst of all - you are on the Mac version, right? (This is unimplemented in the Windows version as yet...)Basically, what you need to have is proper TCP/IP connection between the machines. In OS X, Look in the network control panel: if you click on "Network" and then "Airport" in the popup menu: do you see a valid IP address shown there? If not (on either machine) Isadora will not be able to communicate via the Net Broadcaster.Let me know and we'll try to go further.Best Wishes,Mark
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- I am running it in OSX Jaguar...it works fine now..I
just set one of the macines up as an airport network,
made sure the other machine joined the network and
that the Isadora prog had the right IDs and Bob was my
Consult the oracle
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