Description of problem:
Empathy does not allow even chatting or file tranfer with bonjour buddies.
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Mere default installation in lan will do
Steps to Reproduce:
1. After installation and adding account to see people nearby, it is not possible to even chat with bonjour/salut buddies.
2. Though, after trusting/opening tcp5222, tcp5298 and udp5353, chatting is possible, no files could be tranferred.
Giver was also tested. No file could be transferred. No solution was obtained in IRC #fedora discussions.
Transferring file with lan is very important for SHO. When samba also does not permit file browsing (I know, from googling, it is a separate bug), this empathy not transferring files aggravates the situation.
If this problem related to SElinux or firewall, some easy solution for desktop users and SHO users is needed. Something like, allow all lan transfers/communications (refer to home network in windows 7). We may warn them of dangers involved therein.
It seems to be a firewall problem. Disabling firewall permits file transfer. I feel, some option should be there to allow free transfers/interactions with LAN.
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