In message <_A2927@delegate-en.ML_> on 04/25/05(20:51:10)
you "damir" <email@example.com> wrote:
|Hm it looks like dont work under win2000 ...
|I was try next setup :
|dg.exe -P130 SERVER=nntp EXPIRE=700d CRON="0 * * * * -expire 700d" MOUNT="=
|CACHE=do DGROOT="D:\delegate" ADMIN="admin@domain.."
|but he ask me again for ADMIN and other setup qustions ... and some
|I also try to create before directories ... same thing ..
I tested it on my WinXP machine.
dg8_11_3.exe -vv ADMIN=me@here -P8119 SERVER=nntp MOUNT="= nntp://-.-/"
It started without problem. Then posted an article by hand with
telnet on unix (or on Cygwin).
% telnet dg-winxp 8119
200 dg-winxp PROXY NNTP server DeleGate/8.11.3 READY.
441 can't create article file (1)
Hmm. So I examined the active file of the newsgroup "test.group" at
DGROOT/etc/news/groups/test.group (DGROOT is "C:/Program Files/DeleGate"
by default) It was like this:
00000 00000 0 X C:/Program Files/DeleGate/cache/nntp/-.-/spool/test/group
Both the drive symbol ":" and the space character is not cared.
So I rewrote it as this and it worked.
00000 00000 0 X /DeleGate/cache/nntp/-.-/spool/test/group
|Also for my secound qustion :
|is there any way to change headers in news post like this:
|NNTP-Posting-Host: my.news , X-Complaints-To: abuse@my.. .
|Is there some example ?
You can use FTOSV to attach a filter program to rewrite data outgoing
to server, and use CFIscript as a simple rewriting script program, like
the following parameter and script file:
[the content of DGROOT/etc/post.cfi]
Output-Header:NNTP-Posting-Host: my.news\r\nX-Complaints-To: abuse@my..
But I found that, with FTOSV on Windows, the DeleGate does not disconnect
the connection with the client after QUIT. This can be problem for
some NNTP clients.
D G Yutaka Sato <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://delegate.org/y.sato/
( - ) National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
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