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shajal_linux 07-29-2005 05:27 AM

enable voice chat, web cam in MSN & Yahoo Messenger in a squid Configuration
 
Hi,
I have a proxy server configured in Squid. I'm using Fedora Core 3 Distribution. I have also nat for my ISP also.
When i start squid server Browsing is ok and those can browse who have access permission But the problem is:::

When I sign in to the Yahoo and MSN messanger using proxy setting Voice chat and webcam is not working. I need this solution because i have so many clients who have no access to voice chat and web cam but many has voice chat and web cam permission. When those has web cam and voice permission they can not use the voice and web cam service using proxy.

If anybody please help me providing the configuration for this solution then i will be very much helpfull to him

I'm using the configuration of:::

http_port 3851
icp_port 3031
cache_mem 16 mb
and so many


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Tahnking all


Shajal

macewan 07-31-2005 08:35 AM

have you looked at Gyach-Enhanced-pYVoiceChat-1.0.7?

shajal_linux 07-31-2005 02:07 PM

Hi
Thanks for ur reply.
But I don't understand what u r saying.
How do i look at Gyach-Enhanced-pYVoiceChat-1.0.7?
where is this "Gyach-Enhanced-pYVoiceChat-1.0.7"?
Is it in the squid.conf file or enywhere else.
Please help me again. Please describe step by step....

Thanking you
Shajal

akudewan 08-18-2005 07:01 AM

Which software are you using to login to MSN and Yahoo messenger?

Have a look at this page: http://freshmeat.net/projects/pyvoicechat/

fakie_flip 09-28-2005 07:54 AM

Has anyone got that software to work. A friend tried it and could not. If so, tell me what is required for it or what has to be done to get it working. Thanks.

arsham 02-16-2006 01:19 PM

1. Download http://www.politicalcrossfire.com/te...nstall.tar.bz2 , and save it to your home directory (important!).

2. Run these commands in the terminal, in sequential order:
Code:

tar -xjf gyach-install.tar.bz2
cd gyach
sudo ./install

sohailark 02-24-2006 09:46 AM

Dear Brothers,
i m new to linux and want to learn some thing special in linux i have install cnet os 3. and want to configure squid proxy for my cable net. i m using private ip's like 192.168.1.1/24, i m using adsl router which is connected to the internet. how can i setup my lan and also proxy server to using internet service through squid proxy. plz send me the complete configuration file. if some one have. i will be very thankful to them.
bye.

bjornarnar 04-25-2006 01:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by arsham
1. Download http://www.politicalcrossfire.com/te...nstall.tar.bz2 , and save it to your home directory (important!).

2. Run these commands in the terminal, in sequential order:
Code:

tar -xjf gyach-install.tar.bz2
cd gyach
sudo ./install

This did not work for me to install gyach on Fedora Core 3. What did work, however, was to save the gyach-install.tar.bz2 file to /root as root and then extracting and install without the sudo stuff:

tar -xjf gyach-install.tar.bz2
cd gyach
./install

parcanman 07-14-2006 09:51 PM

Nope
 
Still doesn't work, I've tried gyach on fedora, redhat 9, slackware, and debian, at least under ubuntu (which is just a nicer version of debian), the program launches and I can chat, but I still can't get the voice chat system to work. Most of the time, the voice client won't even load, sometimes the client will load but just won't do anything.

Has anybody had any luck getting voice to work in any way, and not just with gyach? I once heard of someone somehow using skype with gaim, but even after some extensive searching I still haven't been able to find out how (or remember who told me they were doing it).

Thanks


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