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* Mac OS X<br>Leggere [http://support.apple.com/kb/TA27291?viewlocale=en_US questa guida].
 
* Mac OS X<br>Leggere [http://support.apple.com/kb/TA27291?viewlocale=en_US questa guida].
  
==Configuration del server==
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==Configurazione del server==
  
 
===Arch Linux===
 
===Arch Linux===
  
The configuration file for Arch Linux can be found at {{filename|/etc/synergy.conf}}.
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Il file di configurazione per Arch Linux si trova in {{filename|/etc/synergy.conf}}.
  
The comments in the configuration file should give you enough information, otherwise check [http://synergy-foss.org/ the official website] for more information.
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I commenti nel file di configurazione dovrebbero già fornire informazioni a sufficienza, altrimenti consultare [http://synergy-foss.org/ il sito ufficiale] per maggiori informazioni.
  
To start the server daemon, run:
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Per avviare il demone server, eseguire:
  
 
{{cli|# /etc/rc.d/synergys start}}
 
{{cli|# /etc/rc.d/synergys start}}
  
If you experience problems and you wish to run the server in the foreground, you can run instead:
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Se si verificano dei problemi e si desidera eseguire il server in foreground (mostrando l'output nella console), si può invece eseguire:
  
 
{{cli|# synergys -f}}
 
{{cli|# synergys -f}}
  
If you want to run the synergy server daemon everytime Arch Linux boots up, you can add {{codeline|synergys}} to the daemons array in {{filename|/etc/rc.conf}}:
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Se si vuole avviare il demone server di Synergy ad ogni avvio di Arch Linux, si può aggiungere {{codeline|synergys}} all'array dei demoni in {{filename|/etc/rc.conf}}:
  
 
{{file|name=/etc/rc.conf|content=...
 
{{file|name=/etc/rc.conf|content=...
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===Windows===
 
===Windows===
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After installation, open the Synergy program.
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Dopo l'installazione, aprire il programma Synergy.
  
Select the option "Share this computer's keyboard and mouse (server)" and then click the "Configure..." button next to "Screens & Links".
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Selezionare l'opzione "Share this computer's keyboard and mouse (server)" e poi cliccare sul pulsante "Configure..." accanto a "Screens & Links".
  
 
Add screens, depending on how much computers/screens you have; then make Links to make the server know where every screen is located.
 
Add screens, depending on how much computers/screens you have; then make Links to make the server know where every screen is located.
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===Mac OS X===
 
===Mac OS X===
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Mac OS X should have the same configuration as UNIX.
 
Mac OS X should have the same configuration as UNIX.
 
Check [http://synergy-foss.org/ the official website] for more information.
 
Check [http://synergy-foss.org/ the official website] for more information.
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===Windows===
 
===Windows===
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After installation, open the Synergy program.
 
After installation, open the Synergy program.
  
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===Mac OS X===
 
===Mac OS X===
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Locate the synergyc program in the synergyc folder and drag it onto the terminal window.
 
Locate the synergyc program in the synergyc folder and drag it onto the terminal window.
 
The full path will appear in the terminal.
 
The full path will appear in the terminal.

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Notes: please use the first argument of the template to provide more detailed indications. (Discuss in Talk:Synergy (Italiano)#)

Synergy è un programma che permette di condividere 1 tastiera ed 1 mouse tra più computer (anche con differenti sistemi operativi) utilizzando il protocollo TCP/IP; fornisce anche altre funzioni come l'unificazione del copia-incolla, in maniera da poter copiare qualcosa su un computer ed incollarlo su un altro. È possibile reperire maggiori informazioni sul sito ufficiale di Synergy: http://synergy-foss.org/.

Installazione (sia per il server che per i client)

Arch Linux

È possibile reperire Synergy dal repository Community:

Template:Cli

Windows e Mac OS X

Scaricare l'installatore più recente dal sito ufficiale ed eseguire il wizard d'installazione.

Note per la configurazione

Per usare Synergy è necessario definire un server, che è il computer a cui sono collegati la tastiera ed il mouse; gli altri computer sono i client. La configurazione è richiesta solo per il server.

È anche possibile usare quicksynergy oppure qsynergy, che forniscono una GUI per semplificare la procedura di configurazione.

Assicurarsi che tutti i computer usati abbiano le giuste voci nei rispettivi file hosts:

  • Arch Linux

Template:File

  • Windows

Template:File

Configurazione del server

Arch Linux

Il file di configurazione per Arch Linux si trova in Template:Filename.

I commenti nel file di configurazione dovrebbero già fornire informazioni a sufficienza, altrimenti consultare il sito ufficiale per maggiori informazioni.

Per avviare il demone server, eseguire:

Template:Cli

Se si verificano dei problemi e si desidera eseguire il server in foreground (mostrando l'output nella console), si può invece eseguire:

Template:Cli

Se si vuole avviare il demone server di Synergy ad ogni avvio di Arch Linux, si può aggiungere Template:Codeline all'array dei demoni in Template:Filename:

Template:File

Windows

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Reason: please use the first argument of the template to provide a brief explanation. (Discuss in Talk:Synergy (Italiano)#)

Dopo l'installazione, aprire il programma Synergy.

Selezionare l'opzione "Share this computer's keyboard and mouse (server)" e poi cliccare sul pulsante "Configure..." accanto a "Screens & Links".

Add screens, depending on how much computers/screens you have; then make Links to make the server know where every screen is located. The names of the screens should be the hostnames, but you can also add aliases. A very simple example for 2 screens would be:

Screens:
    LEFTPC
    RIGHTPC
Links:
    RIGHTPC is right of LEFTPC
    LEFTPC is left of RIGHTPC

For more information about screens & links check the official website.

If you want to start the Synergy server everytime Windows starts, go to "Options -> Autostart".

Click "Test" to test the connection. You should get a new window displaying something like:

INFO: Synergy server 1.3.1 on Microsoft Windows Server XP
NOTE: started server
INFO: screen "LEFTPC" shape changed

Close the window and click "Stop" to stop the test.

Click "Start" to start the server. You can use the tray icon (or the task manager) to stop the server.

Or you can start it from the command line like:

Template:Cli

The following is an example for Windows' configuration file:

Template:File

Mac OS X

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Reason: please use the first argument of the template to provide a brief explanation. (Discuss in Talk:Synergy (Italiano)#)

Mac OS X should have the same configuration as UNIX. Check the official website for more information.

Clients configuration

Note: This assumes a server has been setup and configured properly. Make sure the server is already configured to accept the client(s) before continuing.

Arch Linux

In a console window, type:

Template:Cli

Or, to run synergy in the foreground:

Template:Cli

Here, server-host-name is the hostname of the server pc. This will manually verify the setup between the server and client.

Autostart

There exist several ways to autostart the Synergy client, and they are actually the same that can be used for every other application.

Note: In all of the following examples you always have to substitute server-host-name with the real server host name.


Template:File


  • Otherwise, if you're using a Display Manager (kdm, gdm, SLiM, ...), or a standalone window manager (Openbox, ...), you could exploit its startup script and add:
synergyc server-host-name

or, in case you have created the synergyc daemon (see below):

/etc/rc.d/synergyc stop   #verify synergy is closed
/etc/rc.d/synergyc start

For example, using kdm you should edit Template:Filename.


  • You can even start synergyc in the init chain by adding the following to Template:Filename:

Template:File


Template:File

Windows

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Reason: please use the first argument of the template to provide a brief explanation. (Discuss in Talk:Synergy (Italiano)#)

After installation, open the Synergy program.

Select the option "Use another computer's shared keyboard and mouse (client)" and type the hostname of the server computer in the textbox.

If you want to start the client from the commandline, here is a windows command you can place in a .bat file or just run from cmd.exe:

Template:Cli

This runs in the background like a service.

If you want to start the Synergy client everytime Windows starts, go to "Options -> Autostart".

Click "Test" to test the connection. You should get a new window displaying something like:

INFO: Synergy client 1.3.1 on Microsoft Windows Server XP
NOTE: started client
NOTE: connected to server

Close the window and click "Stop" to stop the test.

Click "Start" to start the client. You can use the tray icon (or the task manager) to stop the client.

Mac OS X

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Reason: please use the first argument of the template to provide a brief explanation. (Discuss in Talk:Synergy (Italiano)#)

Locate the synergyc program in the synergyc folder and drag it onto the terminal window. The full path will appear in the terminal. Append the following:

-f server-host-name

Where server-host-name is the hostname of the server pc.

The complete command will look like this:

Template:Cli

Then press Enter.

Check the official website for more information.

Known Issues

If Arch is being used as a client in a synergy installation, the server may not be able to wake the client monitor. There are some workarounds, such as executing the following via ssh, if ACPI is enabled: Template:Cli

Troubleshooting

If you experience problems with your keyboard repeat on the client machine (linux host), simply type: Template:Cli in any console.

External Links