> I, too, am interested in this subject. I do not have a working
> installation, but I do have a pointer to advice: Go to the VRVS pages at
> CERN: <http://wwwvc.cern.ch/>. There they have a link to a page on
> hardware recommendations:
> <http://wwwvc.cern.ch/Doc/Hardware/hardware.html>. I have not followed
> their recommendations myself, but I intend to do so soon.
> I would be interested to hear what you decide to do.
> --Jim Amundson
> Stephen Bailey wrote:
> > Hi.
> > We're considering setting up a few of our Linux machines at
> > Fermilab and Harvard to video conference with each other.
> > The primary goal is point-to-point 2 person conferencing
> > upon demand.
> > MBONE seems to be the method most people use although I have
> > no experience with it or even know if would meet our needs.
> > I have had a difficult time finding what hardware we need and
> > what is supported under Linux.
> > If anyone out there is currently using their Linux machines
> > for interactive conferencing (as opposed to just watching a
> > broadcasted conference), I would appreciate some advice
> > about what kind of hardware to get (What do you use? Do you
> > like it? Any problems setting it up?) and tips for configuring
> > it.
> > Thanks.
> > Stephen