[jitsi-dev] Debug


#1

Hi,
     I'm testing Jitsi stable. I have called from my computer (windows xp) a friend (ubuntu) with Google Talk authentication.
Audio and video call are fine. Desktop sharing from Windows to Ubuntu work fine, from Ubuntu to Windows does not work and Jitsi stop working correctly: I have killed the process run.exe and restarted Jitsi.
File transfer from Windows to Ubuntu stop every time at 448 Kb (but file is 532 Kb). If I click on retry link, the transfer does not restart. If I click with right mouse button on the account and select "Send file" a new transfer start correctly (but stop at 448 kb).

Logs available at http://monteldvd.sourceforge.net/jitsi.zip

Best regards
Stefano Fraccaro


#2

Hey Stefano,

Hi,
    I'm testing Jitsi stable. I have called from my computer (windows
xp) a friend (ubuntu) with Google Talk authentication.
Audio and video call are fine. Desktop sharing from Windows to Ubuntu
work fine, from Ubuntu to Windows does not work and Jitsi stop working
correctly: I have killed the process run.exe and restarted Jitsi.
File transfer from Windows to Ubuntu stop every time at 448 Kb (but file
is 532 Kb). If I click on retry link, the transfer does not restart. If
I click with right mouse button on the account and select "Send file" a
new transfer start correctly (but stop at 448 kb).

Could you please tell us what service you were using?

Logs available at http://monteldvd.sourceforge.net/jitsi.zip

Cheers,
Emil

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On 19.04.12 13:05, Stefano Fraccaro wrote:
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#3

Hi Emil

Hey Stefano,

Hi,
     I'm testing Jitsi stable. I have called from my computer (windows
xp) a friend (ubuntu) with Google Talk authentication.

Could you please tell us what service you were using?

I'm using Google Talk (I think XMPP). I had problem with file transfer in the past also with a local eJabberd daemon (on Windows)... file transfer hangs.
Now I have tried with a collegue, even with Google Talk but inside the same network (and obviously same firewall). We are unable to send files: zero byte transferred. You can find logs at

http://monteldvd.sf.net/jitsi2.zip

We are running Windows XP SP3 on both pc.

Cheers
Stefano

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Il 22/04/2012 13.29, Emil Ivov ha scritto:

On 19.04.12 13:05, Stefano Fraccaro wrote: