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I think there were previous attempts at this before, but I've put up a complete how-to detailing the installation of a Rendezvous responder on Fedora Linux (or any other Linux, actually) at my site.

[robg adds: I realize this isn't an OS X Hint by any definition, but I also know many of you work in mixed Linux/Mac environments, so I thought it might be useful.]
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Enable Rendezvous services on Linux
Authored by: billbarstad on Dec 15, '03 04:18:10PM

Couldn't find the "How to" at your site!



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Enable Rendezvous services on Linux
Authored by: White Fire on Dec 15, '03 05:45:09PM

Broken for debian

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Enable Rendezvous services on Linux
Authored by: bluehz on Dec 16, '03 12:47:50AM

I have messed around quite a bit with Linux and Rendezvous and it does indeed work. Although on my netwrok - which also has its own internal DNS, the advertised service show up in Rendezvous, but they are not accessible. I haven't figured out a way to have DNS control certain names/address and Rendezvous to control the local addresses.



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Enable Rendezvous services on Linux
Authored by: sth on Dec 16, '03 11:15:38AM
The Apple-Sources didn't compile on my FreeBSD-box, so I used Howl. Works perfectly here. Should also compile on Linux and Windows.

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Enable Rendezvous services on Linux
Authored by: sandymac on Dec 20, '03 04:06:36PM
If you use Gentoo Linux I have put up a page that should help make things rather easy.

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