James Bunton | 3 Oct 03:31 2005
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PyMSNt 0.10 released! Now with avatars!

Hi everybody.

PyMSNt 0.10 has been released and declared stable. Its handling several 
thousand concurrent users on SAPO (http://messenger.sapo.pt) servers 
right now.

This release brings all sorts of niceties:
* Limited ad-hoc commands
* More stability
* Fixes to contact list handling (this may mean you have to redelete a 
few contacts as a once-off)
* Clustering support (requires an extra component. Join py-transports 
if you're interested)
* MSN7 personal message -> Jabber status, and MSN nick -> Jabber vCard 
nick
* <nickname> tag in presence for willing clients.
* And of course, vCard and (limited) JEP-8 avatars!

Grab it from: http://msn-transport.jabberstudio.org

Have a look at the developer docs to see how to make sure your client 
works well with the transport.
At the moment the user guide isn't fully up to date.

As always, please mail me, (or preferably 
py-transports <at> blathersource.org) with any bug reports or requests for 
assistance, or just to let me know its all working :)

Enjoy!

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John Talbot | 2 Oct 20:58 2005
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List of all connected users on jabberd 1.4

Is there no way to get a list of all connected users on jabberd 1.4, 
apart from looking at the users' spool directory? (The iq stanza 
described by the protocol produces an error code on 1.4.3)
Is there a way to see if a particular users is online, except looking at 
that user's .xml file?

Hi all.

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Steve Ramage | 3 Oct 09:20 2005
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Re: List of all connected users on jabberd 1.4

Hmmmmm,

In Psi you can right click on your account, go to Admin, then Online
Users. You make reference to an iq stanza producing an error, you NEED,
HAVE, MUST, REQUIRE, PREREQUISITE, DEMAND, admin rights on the server, I
can't remember where it is in 1.4.x, but in the config file there is
admin jid's and they can view the sessions. (Assuming 1.4.x supports it,
which I'm 99.9% sure it does).

Steve R

John Talbot wrote:

> Is there no way to get a list of all connected users on jabberd 1.4,
> apart from looking at the users' spool directory? (The iq stanza
> described by the protocol produces an error code on 1.4.3)
> Is there a way to see if a particular users is online, except looking
> at that user's .xml file?
>
> Hi all.
>
> _______________________________________________
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> jadmin <at> jabber.org
> http://mail.jabber.org/mailman/listinfo/jadmin
> FAQ: http://www.jabber.org/about/jadminfaq.shtml
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John Talbot | 2 Oct 22:49 2005
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Re: List of all connected users on jabberd 1.4

You are right. This worked on me too. I can't remember what I was doing 
wrong.

Thanks.

Steve Ramage wrote:
> Hmmmmm,
>
> In Psi you can right click on your account, go to Admin, then Online
> Users. You make reference to an iq stanza producing an error, you NEED,
> HAVE, MUST, REQUIRE, PREREQUISITE, DEMAND, admin rights on the server, I
> can't remember where it is in 1.4.x, but in the config file there is
> admin jid's and they can view the sessions. (Assuming 1.4.x supports it,
> which I'm 99.9% sure it does).
>
> Steve R

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Justin Kirby | 4 Oct 10:52 2005

jabberd 2.0s10 release

The jabberd project team is pleased to announce the release of jabberd
2.0s10. This is a stable release. This release has no
major outstanding issues and is considered usable in production.

Downloads are available here:
http://jabberstudio.org/projects/jabberd2/releases/
md5sum: e8df4a9a5680009071204d423cff2de0
Direct: http://files.jabberstudio.org/jabberd2/jabberd-2.0s10.tar.gz

Bug reports and feature requests should be submitted using the tools
on http:// j2.openaether.org/. General support requests should go to
jadmin <at> jabber.org. Anything else should be sent to
jabberd <at> jabberstudio.org.

ChangeLog:
* fixed SASL anonymous, bug#126
* fixed edge cases with new dynamic jid code
* fixed incorrect free order in c2s, byg#125
* corrected debug logging, bug#119
* fixed s2s bus error on 64-bit architectures, bug#122
* fixed c2s collisions due to long jids, bug#118
* fixed error response to iq result, bug#110
* fixed roster pushing packets without id, bug#73
* applied new dynamic jid patch, bug#100
* fixed double free of nad in c2s and s2s, bug#97
* major memory enhancement, made jid structure dynamically allocated, bug#100
* fixed glibc error with custom sql statements, bug#106
* fixed segfault with keepalives, bug#102

Thanks to:
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Patrick Barnes | 4 Oct 16:21 2005
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Yahoo! Transport

Hi there,

I'm having some issues with the Yahoo transport and was wondering if
anyone could help.
I'm running jabberd 1.4.4 with Yahoo! Transport v2.3.2. Is this a
reasonable pairing?

If I dump the XML being sent back to my XMPP client, I get the following:

<presence from="yahoo.my.hostname.com/registered" type="unavailable"
to="req <at> my.hostname.com/Psi" />

<presence from="yahoo.my.hostname.com/registered" type="error"
to="req <at> my.hostname.com/Psi" >
<priority>5</priority>
<x xmlns="jabber:x:delay" from="req <at> my.hostname.com/Psi"
stamp="20051004T12:28:40" />
<error type="wait" code="502" >
<service-unavailable xmlns="urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:xmpp-stanzas"/>
<text xmlns="urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:xmpp-stanzas">Remote Server Error</text>
</error>
</presence>

Running tcpdump against port 5050 shows some initial traffic flow
between the Jabber transport and the Y!MSGR server, but the client
never becomes available on the Yahoo server.

I tried another Jabber server (amessage.info) and their Yahoo
transport works fine, so I'm not sure what's going on.

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Paul Curtis | 4 Oct 17:52 2005

Re: Yahoo! Transport

Patrick Barnes wrote:

> Running tcpdump against port 5050 shows some initial traffic flow
> between the Jabber transport and the Y!MSGR server, but the client
> never becomes available on the Yahoo server.

This looks to be a configuration error with the Yahoo! transport. Make 
sure the <secret> in the Yahoo transport config file and the <secret> on 
the jabberd 2.0 router (I'm assuming jabberd 2.0 as your Jabber server) 
are the same.

Check to make sure that the <server> tags in the yahoo-jabber.xml config 
file is 'scs.msg.yahoo.com' ... the default config file I included in 
the tar file has the incorrect Yahoo! server name.

Paul
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Patrick Barnes | 5 Oct 01:31 2005
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Re: Yahoo! Transport

Paul,

On 10/5/05, Paul Curtis <pfc <at> terrapin.com> wrote:

> > Running tcpdump against port 5050 shows some initial traffic flow
> > between the Jabber transport and the Y!MSGR server, but the client
> > never becomes available on the Yahoo server.

> This looks to be a configuration error with the Yahoo! transport. Make
> sure the <secret> in the Yahoo transport config file and the <secret> on
> the jabberd 2.0 router (I'm assuming jabberd 2.0 as your Jabber server)
> are the same.

I've attached my yahoo.xml configuration file.

Here are the relevant sections of my jabber.xml:

<service type="yahoo" jid="yahoo.my.hostname.com" name="Yahoo! Transport">
   <ns>jabber:iq:gateway</ns>
   <ns>jabber:iq:register</ns>
   <ns>jabber:iq:version</ns>
   <ns>jabber:iq:time</ns>
</service>

<service id="yahoo-linker">
    <host>yahoo.my.hostname.com</host>
    <accept>
      <ip>127.0.0.1</ip>
      <port>5236</port>
      <secret>password</secret>
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Patrick Barnes | 5 Oct 04:21 2005
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Re: Yahoo! Transport

Replying to self,

I've attached a log of Y! transport debug output.

Service 0x54 == AUTHRESP, i.e., authentication failure.

So I hacked in AUTHRESP support to see what was wrong:

Wed Oct  5 00:23:45 2005  yahoo.c:1378 [YAHOO]: Process Auth Resp
Wed Oct  5 00:23:45 2005  yahoo.c:1302 [YAHOO]: AUTHRESP: Incorrect password

So I logged in with Y! Messenger with the same password, and it worked.
I tried with Gaim, and that also worked.

Weird.

So I retrofitted pretty much every file in the Yahoo transport with
any changes from upstream Gaim.

Still no go.

This is running on a x86_64 machine, in 64bit mode, and I'm starting
to suspect that that may be the problem... still trying to figure out
where in the yahoo_process_auth_new codepath the AUTHRESP would be
impacted by the use of a 64bit proc, though.

Regards,
Patrick
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Felipe | 5 Oct 20:18 2005
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vcard user search

how to use it using jabberd2???
is it possible?
I tried to find it within service discovery, but not found.

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