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How to use SMACK?

How i can use smack, i need WEB-BASED client to conect to my Wildfire server from anywhere on my lan but i dont know how to implement SMACK to do so, please can anyone help me with this task???

Im using Wildfire and CentOS 4.3

Thanks in advance

Ricardo_CU

Hi Ricardo,

with WEB-BASED you mean a browser, don’'t you?

So you may use Spark and launch it using Java WebStart or you may use JWChat, MUCkl or Jive Fastpath to get a client which runs in a browser. Do you like the “Open Chat” (link below the top users) popup window?

For JWChat and MUCkl please search the Wilffire forum.

LG

LG:

Thanks for your answer but cant get Wildfire running with JWchat, i have made a lot of think but nothing happens do you have any tutorial to get JWchat and Wildfire running???

thanks in advance.

Ricardo_CU

Hi Ricardo,

what causes trouble for you? There are only three components: Tomcat, wildfire.war and if this runs fine jwchat.war.

There’‘s still the commercial version from Jivesoftware, I will not[/b] get a 20 % commission if you buy it but you wouldn’'t have to worry about Tomcat etc.

LG

LG:

Sorry for the insistence, but im cuban, i cant buy no any software and no one its going to buy it for me, so i have to continue with JWchat and the opensourced version of Wildfire, so what i have to do to get this Tomcat, Wildfire and JWchat workink togheter?

Sorry if im bothering

Ricardo_CU

Hi Ricardo,

so you have no idea about Tomcat? http://tomcat.apache.org/download-55.cgi#5.5.16 should be your first stop, download it and install it. And please post here if you are using Windows or Linux, I assume Linux, as Windows is something one has to buy.

LG

LG:

Thanks for that link i have been in there before, but its a bit complicate to learn from them, even now im still reading from that page and by the way im using Linux CentOS downloaded from www.centos.org i have no need to buy an OS if they give it for free.

Thanks anyway i’'ll continue searching…

Ricardo_CU

I did copy some text of another thread, it should also work for you: “If you really want to start form scratch then it may be possible for you do download apache-tomcat-5.5.15.tar.gz and extract it as a normal user (not root) to let’‘s say /home/wildfire/ ? There you should find apache-tomcat-5.5.15/bin/startup.sh which should start Tomcat. Adding the war files as a normal user makes sure that the permissions are right. There’'s no need to stop Tomcat because of the lovely hot-deployment feature.”

http://www.jivesoftware.org/download-landing.jsp?file=builds/wildfire/wildfire_2 _5_1.war is the war file, rename it to wildfire.war

http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/jwchat/jwchat-1.0beta2.war?download is the other war file, rename it to jwchat.war and edit the config.js

LG

LG:

Thanks for your help this time you have explained more and i have gained more experience from you i’'ll just the way you said and i hope to get it running.

Ricardo_CU