Matthias Wimmer | 1 Jul 10:32 2005
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Re: Jabberd14 feature score on jabber.org

Hi Wijnand!

Wijnand Wiersma schrieb:

>And to be honest, I don't like the new 1.4.4, it requires libidn which
>is not as portable as I wish.
>It just would not work for me. :-(
>  
>
libidn is only enforced in the configure script. The sourcecode of the
server would work without this library as well, as first I planned to
make libidn optional. But I strongly beleave that you should not run a
jabber server without stringprep support anymore, so I made it a
requirement.

Matthias
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Wijnand Wiersma | 1 Jul 10:56 2005
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Re: Jabberd14 feature score on jabber.org

Hi Matthias,

2005/7/1, Matthias Wimmer <m <at> tthias.net>:
> Hi Wijnand!
> 
> Wijnand Wiersma schrieb:
> 
> >And to be honest, I don't like the new 1.4.4, it requires libidn which
> >is not as portable as I wish.
> >It just would not work for me. :-(
> >
> >
> libidn is only enforced in the configure script. The sourcecode of the
> server would work without this library as well, as first I planned to
> make libidn optional. But I strongly beleave that you should not run a
> jabber server without stringprep support anymore, so I made it a
> requirement.

And I strongly believe jabberd should not be restricted to gnu ass
kissing OS'es only.
For OpenBSD machines I continue to use 1.4.3.1 when I need a jabberd1 server. 

Wijnand
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Trejkaz | 1 Jul 11:21 2005

Re: Jabberd14 feature score on jabber.org

On Fri, 1 Jul 2005 18:56, Wijnand Wiersma wrote:
> And I strongly believe jabberd should not be restricted to gnu ass
> kissing OS'es only.

Just because an OS has the decency to include a package doesn't mean it's 
kissing GNU's arse.  For instance, FreeBSD seemed to have it.  And wouldn't 
it compile from source on OpenBSD?  Or is this purely the laziness talking?

TX

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Costa, Jeff | 1 Jul 12:07 2005

Reverse proxy Jabberd2

Can Jabber be put behind a reverse proxy? Has anyone done this? My goal
is to keep a Jabber server out of the DMZ for security reasons.

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maqi | 1 Jul 12:13 2005

Re: Jabberd14 feature score on jabber.org

On Fri, 3 Jun 2005, Wijnand Wiersma wrote:

> And to be honest, I don't like the new 1.4.4, it requires libidn which
> is not as portable as I wish.

Running a Jabber server that does not support stringprep breaks the Jabber
network for everybody using accounts that contain country specific
characters that are not written in their normalized form. For example, a
user named "M√úLLER <at> wiersmaserver" won't be able to communicate with users
of XMPP compliant servers - and that's an error on your side then.

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Matthias Wimmer | 1 Jul 12:48 2005
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Re: I am using server JabberD-1.4.2 for windows

You have to use full domain names with jabberd ... not just the hostname.
Probably your server is expecting the full name but your client is
configured to use just "moon".

infra struct schrieb:

>I passed this at telnet to jabber server
><stream:stream
>  to='moon'
>  xmlns='jabber:client'
>  xmlns:stream='http://etherx.jabber.org/streams'>
> 
>i got
><?xml version='1.0'?><stream:stream xmlns:stream='http://etherx.jabber.org/streams'
id='42BBDB79' xmlns='jabber:client' from='moon'>
>then i input the following seeking the server the needed info for registering an user account 
><iq id='reg1' type='get'>
>  <query xmlns='jabber:iq:register'/>
></iq>but i got this <stream:error>Disconnected</stream:error></stream:stream>
> 
>i tried this also
><iq id='reg1' type='get'>
>  <query xmlns='jabber:iq:register'></query>
></iq>
> 
> 
>[notice] (moon): bouncing a routed packet to myhost from 15 <at> c2s/A0A5CE8: Internal Delivery Error
> 
>when i tried to register an Exodus client with jabber server which is started and running!
> 
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M.C. Luigi Palmiero | 1 Jul 12:49 2005
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Information on multiple domains

Hi all,
there is a way, in Jabberd 2.0, to have more domains on one host?
example for two users:
ciccio <at> dominio1.net  -  host:192.121.23.23
franco <at> dominio2.net  -  host:192.121.23.23

Thanks
Luigi
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Matthias Wimmer | 1 Jul 13:09 2005
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Re: Authentication using Postgresql

Hi Derrick!

Derrick Betts schrieb:

> Question2:  If all of the information about the users is being stored
> on the database, do we use or need the user.xml files in the spool
> directory?  Will there never be any entries in that directory for users?.

Yes ... there are namespaces that will probably be still stored in the
user.xml files ... e.g. private storage of clients.

Matthias
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Matthias Wimmer | 1 Jul 13:13 2005
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Re: Jabberd not listening on port 5223 after upgrading to 1.4.4.

Seems your jabberd is compiled without support for SSL/TLS. Check the
config.h file that is generated by the configure script if "HAVE_SSL" is
defined there or not.

Trejkaz schrieb:

>I finally got around to the upgrade today.
>
>I migrated everything which the upgrade procedures suggested needing changing, 
>but one thing isn't quite right.  The server isn't listening on port 5223 for 
>legacy TLS connections.
>  
>

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Matthias Wimmer | 1 Jul 13:16 2005
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Re: vCard with 1.4.4

Derrick Betts schrieb:

>I am attempting to store the vCard data in the database as an xml string in the table.  I have manipulated the
jabber.xml file sufficiently to allow this to happen, with one exception.  I can't seem to get the vCard xml
string back INTO the database, because I don't know what the parameter name is that the jabber.xml file
looks for when saving that data.  I've been guessing at what the variable names might be, but the only thing
that is getting saved is '' (empty string).
>
>Can someone tell me what the variable name is?  I've tried {query}, {vcard}, {vcard-temp}, {message}, but
none of them hold the vCard data.
>  
>
It's {vCard} with an uppercase letter "C". Just like it is written in
the user.xml files as well. It's always the name of the XML element
containing the data and XML element names are case sensitive.

Matthias
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