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gnomemeeting(1) 			   Version 0.9x 			  gnomemeeting(1)

       gnomemeeting - H323 Videoconferencing for UN*X

       gnomemeeting [-d]

       GnomeMeeting is a H.323 Video Conferencing application which uses the H.323 protocol (pro-
       vided by the OpenH323 library). It can connect to a variety  of	other  H323  applications
       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  configure  almost every option from within the GUI. The only relevant command-
       line option is -d to turn on debugging during calls.

       -d     turn on debugging (on the console)

	      The system wide configuration file. See  gconf-config(1)	for  further  details  on
	      gconf. (The actual place can differ depending on your system's configuration)
	      Per user configuration file. See gconf-config(1) for further details.

       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.

       The following diagnostics may occur:

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

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

       -> kill gconfd-1 and try again

       your gconf-dir isn't set to mode 4755

       -> set chmod -R 4755 /etc/gconf/gconf.xml.defaults

       More problems are described in greater detail in the FAQ and Mailinglist-archive (see BUGS
       and GETTING HELP).

       Currently  some users are still experiencing problems with gconf, as the gconf-utilization
       is newly introduced in GNOME2. Hopefully this will be solved once GNOME2 is  shipped  with
       all major distributions with working gconf setup. See bugzilla on


       to obtain the current list of bugs.

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


       after having read the FAQ at

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

       Damien Sandras <dsandras at seconix dot com>

       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>

       Alex Larsson <alexl at redhat dot com>, Alp Toker <alp at toker.com>, Christian Rose <men-
       thos 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 verfaction dot de>, Rafael Pinilla <r_pinilla  at	yahoo  dot  com>,  Sander
       Smeenk  <ssmeenk  at freshdot dot net>, Santiago Garcia 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.

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

       Copyright (C) 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

       gconf-config(1), gconfd-1(1), gconfd-2(1), gconftool-1(1), gconftool-2(1), gconfigger(1)

       OpenH323 and PWLib can be found at http://www.openh323.org

Linux					  23 April 2002 			  gnomemeeting(1)
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