problems with remote coral
Charis Quay Huei Li
chquay at MtHolyoke.edu
Fri Apr 19 01:24:51 PDT 2002
Dear Mr. Shott,
Thank you for your prompt response.
I do have a remote coral password. Since I sent you the last e-mail I
tried logging in from my lab and had no problem at all. However, the
connection from home is still presenting problems. I've uninstalled and
reinstalled Java Web Start at least 5 times now including 2 completely
Coral does not appear in the JWS menu probably because I've never
been able to launch it. (I only see programs like Draw and SwingSet.) Your
e-mail seems to suggest that I should download Remost Coral seperately
from JWS? How do I do this? It does not appear to be in the instructions
on the website and in fact, just following the instructions there worked
fine for logging in from my lab.
Please advise. I'm quite confused. Thanks.
On Wed, 17 Apr 2002, John Shott wrote:
> Date: Wed, 17 Apr 2002 17:03:05 -0700
> From: John Shott <shott at snf.stanford.edu>
> To: Charis Quay Huei Li <chquay at MtHolyoke.edu>
> Cc: coral at snf.stanford.edu
> Subject: Re: problems with remote coral
> I've got a couple of thoughts:
> First, remote coral is never going to run for you until you set a remote
> password. So, the next time that you have a local version of Coral running,
> on the leftmost menu item, select "Set Remote Password" and set a remote
> password for yourself. It can be the same as your "normal" coral password, if
> you wish, but it has to be set locally before coral can run remotely.
> Next, I would suggest:
> 1. This type of problem often occurs when the Java Web Start cache gets
> confused. The best way to fix this is to start up the Java Web Start
> application itself, click on "Remote Coral", the pull down the "Application"
> menu and select "Remove Application".
> Exit from Java Web Start.
> 2. Then go to our web site and download a "fresh" copy of Coral.
> Let me know if this works,
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