On 5/1/02, Jim Roepcke said:
>I found some code in builtins.radio that would set
>user.webserver.responders.default, it was messing me up.
>Actually, I went to quite a bit of trouble to disable all the
>polling and crazy P2P stuff that Radio wants to do.
That's a good point... if you're running Radio strictly for
Conversant (which I think is a good idea, personally, since it
doesn't make sense to run a desktop application and a server
application at the same time), you should turn every Radio feature
off, entirely, completely. Do that via the standard radio
(Of course, to get to the Radio preferences pages, you have to
disable Conversant's responder first.)
Perhaps we should add a preference in Conversant to shut off all of
Radio's extra "stuff". We could make that an install option, too.