My company is running CentOS 6.2. We run multiple mac clients connecting to a Linux based file server used to save project files and stream video media. We run Mac OS X 10.6.8 and 10.8.2 clients ... [by shurd]
I have a number of computers (clients) distributed around the house and are connected through a wired LAN. My goal is to collect video streams from all of these computers and display them on a single (server) large screen. Clients can stream their desktop, or a video file, or a text (as an image), or whatever.
I am new to Linux. I run a small drafting business. We are all home-based and the internet is our network. We are CAD users and our project files are swelling. I currently use email to transfer files to my clients and drafters. I am going to purchase a static IP so I can set up an FTP site. I am reviewing Linux distro's for this purpose.
I am trying to setup a server that allows me to broadcast a single media file using ffmpeg to a ffserver so that I can use the RTP protocol to allow clients to view the media at different resolutions while keeping them relatively in sync.
I have successfully been able to stream a single media file to ffserver and been able to view it from the RTP stream, but it is at its native resolution, and I
Server has some files it changes over time. Clients have to sync it with only read permission. Clients are not allowed to write to server.
Also to reduce server load: if 1 or more clients have newest version of files all local clients should sync from those up to date clients.
I have windows 2003 server loaded in my windows server as an operating system.I have also wfilter working as a domain controllerfor.Wfilter is monitoring the clients logged into the domain.The problem is Wfilter is not been able to recognize the linux clients.It is also not being able to do NET BIOS scan of the linux clients as a result these linux clients are not been monitored and therefore