Chat & File Transfer

Asked by inukaze@hotmail.com on 2013-06-25

Hi there , im using Ubuntu 12.04 Precise & Haguichi

I see , the chat its not included i need it to talk with windows hamachi users.

1 - i wanna know if you can make a port of "iptux" or "g2ipmsg" , to make a built-in chat for the haguichi ???

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2 -

i wanna know if you can add "linpopup" module or something like that , to the haguichi , for make a internal chat
and the file transfer can use "netsend" ???

or you can explainme if i can use another method to chat

Linux Haguichi > Windows Hamachi
Windows Hamachi > Linux Haguichi

In the Site Hamachi :>

External port: 12975 Internal port: 12975 Protocol: TCP (Initiator port)
External port: 32976 Internal port: 32976 Protocol: TCP (Session port)

External port: 443 Internal port: 443 Protocol: TCP (Non-SSL)

External port: 17771 Internal port: 17771 Protocol: UDP (Relay connection port)

With this information you can add , the chat support ???

If linpopup are used, if need modify the samba config file "smb.conf", by default in "/etc/samba/smb.conf"

in the "[GLOBAL]" section add :

message command = /usr/local/bin/LinPopUp "%f" "%m" %s; rm %s

If possibly this work ???

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Stephen Brandt (ztefn) said : #1

Hi Inukaze,

Thanks for your suggestions. I've done some research on the applications you mentioned. I found out they all make use of the Windows Messenger Service [1]. Starting with Windows Vista, this service is not present any more. So if you want to talk to Hamachi users on Windows, these applications won't be of any use -- unless they are using Windows XP or older.

Instead, I would suggest using Pidgin[2] (with "Bonjour protocol") on both sides. On Linux this protocol is available out of the box. On Windows there's some additional software you have to install [3].

[1] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_Messenger_service
[2] http://pidgin.im/
[3] https://developer.pidgin.im/wiki/Protocol%20Specific%20Questions#CanIuseWindowsPidginforBonjour

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