Robert B Quattlebaum, Jr. | 1 Apr 05:52 2006

Re: temporary-authentication-failure

If you are looking to get a quick alternative to 1.4 up and running,  
I'd recommend giving Wildfire a try. Hands down the easiest setup  
I've yet encountered in a jabber server.

http://www.jivesoftware.org/wildfire/

On windows you can be up and running in around a minute. On *nix,  
maybe 5-10.

On Mar 31, 2006, at 8:15 AM, NetComrade wrote:

> I have installed jabber2 last night on the same machine as jabber 1.4,
> only running on port 5223.

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Sander Devrieze | 1 Apr 12:00 2006
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Re: temporary-authentication-failure

Op zaterdag 1 april 2006 05:52, schreef Robert B Quattlebaum, Jr.:
> If you are looking to get a quick alternative to 1.4 up and running,
> I'd recommend giving Wildfire a try. Hands down the easiest setup
> I've yet encountered in a jabber server.
>
> http://www.jivesoftware.org/wildfire/
>
> On windows you can be up and running in around a minute. On *nix,
> maybe 5-10.

I think ejabberd might be more easy in his case as it includes the possibility 
to migrate from jabberd 1.4 to ejabberd: 
http://ejabberd.jabber.ru/jabberd1-to-ejabberd

See also Set-up an Enterprise Instant Messaging server in 180 seconds:
http://www.process-one.net/tutorials/ejabberd_setup_linux_en_viewlet_swf.html

> On Mar 31, 2006, at 8:15 AM, NetComrade wrote:
> > I have installed jabber2 last night on the same machine as jabber 1.4,
> > only running on port 5223.
<snip>

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Phil Reynolds | 1 Apr 12:41 2006

ejabberd and xmpppy Yahoo transport

I recently set up my own ejabberd-based Jabber server, and added
transports. For the record, I installed pyaimt, pyicqt and pymsnt
without difficulty.

I tried the method on the ejabberd web pages to install
yahoo-transport-2 and found it to be horrible! It was requiring
authorisation all the time.

Not surprisingly, I found xmpppy Yahoo transport and set that up -
without difficulty and I'm pleased to say it works well, though it would
please my other user if the mail notification events could be turned
off.

I have noticed, though, that the Yahoo transport stopped running once.
All has been fine since I restarted it but it could well happen again.

Is this a known issue with this transport?

Are there keepalive routines and/or decent init scripts available for
all of the transports I have mentioned? I have cobbled something
together for now but it would be nice to do it with keepalive if
possible.

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Eric Doutreleau | 1 Apr 22:05 2006
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strange message with my jabber server

hi

i just installed the following fedora4 package jabberd-2.0-0.s10.8.fc4

i configure to use pam for authentification and mysql for storage

but when i use gossip or gaim to connect i got the error no such host.

i tcpdump the dialogue between client and server and i got the following 
thing

<?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?>
<stream:stream xmlns="jabber:client" 
xmlns:stream="http://etherx.jabber.org/streams" to="jabberd.int-evry.fr" 
id="msg_5">
<?xml version='1.0'?><stream:stream 
xmlns:stream='http://etherx.jabber.org/streams' xmlns='jabber:client' 
from='jabberd.int-evry.fr' id='4uxhsbo29cbgfggj5lf8onz0fivn1q36k1ncdcfm'>
<stream:error 
xmlns:stream='http://etherx.jabber.org/streams'><host-unknown 
xmlns='urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:xmpp-streams'/><text 
xmlns='urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:xmpp-streams'>service requested for 
unknown domain</text></stream:error></stream:stream>
<iq type="get" id="msg_6">  <query xmlns="jabber:iq:auth">  
<username>doutrele</username>
</query>
</iq>

what is theses error?
<stream:error 
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Eric Doutreleau | 1 Apr 22:15 2006
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Re: strange message with my jabber server

Eric Doutreleau a écrit :
> hi
>
> i just installed the following fedora4 package jabberd-2.0-0.s10.8.fc4
>
> i configure to use pam for authentification and mysql for storage
>
> but when i use gossip or gaim to connect i got the error no such host.
>
> i tcpdump the dialogue between client and server and i got the 
> following thing
>
> <?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?>
> <stream:stream xmlns="jabber:client" 
> xmlns:stream="http://etherx.jabber.org/streams" 
> to="jabberd.int-evry.fr" id="msg_5">
> <?xml version='1.0'?><stream:stream 
> xmlns:stream='http://etherx.jabber.org/streams' xmlns='jabber:client' 
> from='jabberd.int-evry.fr' id='4uxhsbo29cbgfggj5lf8onz0fivn1q36k1ncdcfm'>
> <stream:error 
> xmlns:stream='http://etherx.jabber.org/streams'><host-unknown 
> xmlns='urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:xmpp-streams'/><text 
> xmlns='urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:xmpp-streams'>service requested for 
> unknown domain</text></stream:error></stream:stream>
> <iq type="get" id="msg_6">  <query xmlns="jabber:iq:auth">  
> <username>doutrele</username>
> </query>
> </iq>
>
> what is theses error?
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Damon Register | 2 Apr 23:07 2006
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Jabberd 1.4.4 with Solaris 10?

Has anyone gotten jabberd 1.4.4 to build and work under Solaris 10?
With my first attempt I didn't get past ./configure.  With that I got this

checking idna.h usability... no
checking idna.h presence... no
checking for idna.h... no
configure: error: Couldn't find required libidn installation

It didn't take long to Google on libidn and find the gnu package.  I 
downloaded
and installed it.  I tried ./configure again and this time it got a 
little further.

checking idna.h usability... yes
checking idna.h presence... yes
checking for idna.h... yes
checking for stringprep_check_version in -lidn... no
configure: error: Couldn't find required libidn installation

I would like to know the trick for getting this to work.  Thanks

Damon Register

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Brynet | 2 Apr 23:11 2006
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Re: Jabberd 1.4.4 with Solaris 10?

Damon Register wrote:
> Has anyone gotten jabberd 1.4.4 to build and work under Solaris 10?
> With my first attempt I didn't get past ./configure.  With that I got 
> this
>
> checking idna.h usability... no
> checking idna.h presence... no
> checking for idna.h... no
> configure: error: Couldn't find required libidn installation
>
> It didn't take long to Google on libidn and find the gnu package.  I 
> downloaded
> and installed it.  I tried ./configure again and this time it got a 
> little further.
>
> checking idna.h usability... yes
> checking idna.h presence... yes
> checking for idna.h... yes
> checking for stringprep_check_version in -lidn... no
> configure: error: Couldn't find required libidn installation
>
> I would like to know the trick for getting this to work.  Thanks
>
> Damon Register
>
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Brynet | 2 Apr 23:14 2006
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Jabberd2 unable to resolve domains? (404 error?)

Hello, I've recently installed jabberd2 and I'm wanting to do XMPP 
support (to allow users of my server to message other users.. 
gtalk/jabber.org etc.) currently its all setup but my users can only 
receive messages from these servers, all attempts at replying fails. I 
ran jabberd2 with the -D flag and noticed this error like this:  
([Removed for security] is for privacy)

<route xmlns='http://jabberd.jabberstudio.org/ns/component/1.0' 
from='[Removed for security]' to='c2s' error='404'>
<iq xmlns:sm='http://jabberd.jabberstudio.org/ns/session/1.0' 
xmlns='jabber:client' sm:sm='[Removed for security]' sm:c2s='6' 
from='[Removed for security]' type='error' to='[Removed for 
security]'><error type='cancel' code='404'><remote-server-not-found 
xmlns='urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:xmpp-stanzas'/></error><query 
xmlns='http://jabber.org/protocol/disco#info'/></iq></route>

Is this a setting I'm missing that is uses to resolve domain names? as 
I've yet been able to find one. Also, I'm running OpenBSD 3.8 (Please 
don't make me have to use ejabber... to much work)
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Sander Devrieze | 3 Apr 00:13 2006
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Re: Jabberd2 unable to resolve domains? (404 error?)

Op Zo, 2 april, 2006 23:14, schreef Brynet:
> Hello, I've recently installed jabberd2 and I'm wanting to do XMPP
> support (to allow users of my server to message other users..
> gtalk/jabber.org etc.) currently its all setup but my users can only
> receive messages from these servers, all attempts at replying fails. I
> ran jabberd2 with the -D flag and noticed this error like this:
> ([Removed for security] is for privacy)
>
> <route xmlns='http://jabberd.jabberstudio.org/ns/component/1.0'
> from='[Removed for security]' to='c2s' error='404'>
> <iq xmlns:sm='http://jabberd.jabberstudio.org/ns/session/1.0'
> xmlns='jabber:client' sm:sm='[Removed for security]' sm:c2s='6'
> from='[Removed for security]' type='error' to='[Removed for
> security]'><error type='cancel' code='404'><remote-server-not-found
> xmlns='urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:xmpp-stanzas'/></error><query
> xmlns='http://jabber.org/protocol/disco#info'/></iq></route>

I think yoo might want to check DNS resolving. Try:
1) Pinging the other servers from your OpenBSD machine.
2) Pinging your box from machines outside your local network (WAN).

> Is this a setting I'm missing that is uses to resolve domain names?

Yes, probably.

> as
> I've yet been able to find one. Also, I'm running OpenBSD 3.8 (Please
> don't make me have to use ejabber... to much work)

Why would ejabberd be too much work? (just curious)
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Brynet | 3 Apr 01:10 2006
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Re: Jabberd2 unable to resolve domains? (404 error?)

Sander Devrieze wrote:
> Op Zo, 2 april, 2006 23:14, schreef Brynet:
>   
>> Hello, I've recently installed jabberd2 and I'm wanting to do XMPP
>> support (to allow users of my server to message other users..
>> gtalk/jabber.org etc.) currently its all setup but my users can only
>> receive messages from these servers, all attempts at replying fails. I
>> ran jabberd2 with the -D flag and noticed this error like this:
>> ([Removed for security] is for privacy)
>>
>> <route xmlns='http://jabberd.jabberstudio.org/ns/component/1.0'
>> from='[Removed for security]' to='c2s' error='404'>
>> <iq xmlns:sm='http://jabberd.jabberstudio.org/ns/session/1.0'
>> xmlns='jabber:client' sm:sm='[Removed for security]' sm:c2s='6'
>> from='[Removed for security]' type='error' to='[Removed for
>> security]'><error type='cancel' code='404'><remote-server-not-found
>> xmlns='urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:xmpp-stanzas'/></error><query
>> xmlns='http://jabber.org/protocol/disco#info'/></iq></route>
>>     
>
> I think yoo might want to check DNS resolving. Try:
> 1) Pinging the other servers from your OpenBSD machine.
> 2) Pinging your box from machines outside your local network (WAN).
>
>   
>> Is this a setting I'm missing that is uses to resolve domain names?
>>     
>
> Yes, probably.
>
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