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[DeleGate-En] Re: running delegate from inetd - help!
03 Mar 1999 04:25:25 GMT Steve Mane <>

On Wed, 31 Dec 1969, you wrote:

>It is the normal behaviour of DeleGate.  A recent message in this archive
>"" entitled "Re: invoking
>DeleGate from inetd" may be helpful to know about it.
> |log file are as follows:
> |03/02 17:04:51.04 [1768] 0+0: Exit (-1) PSTITLE(delegated) failed(-1) errno=2
> |It repeats that line for every time I try to use the proxy.  I couldn't find
> |anything in the docs that tells me what error 2 is.  Any ideas?   Thanks!
>"errno" means system error number (see: % man errno). Values of
>errno are defined usually in "/usr/include/sys/errno.h" and I
>suppose the errno 2 is ENOENT (No such file or directory) independently
>of your platform.  This message is put by DeleGate on the way of
>execvp().  So I suppose that "delegated" is not in the command PATH of
>"nobody".  If it is true, you will solve the problem giving absolute
>path of DeleGate as the argument 0 in inetd.conf like this:
>dhttp  stream  tcp  nowait  nobody  /usr/local/sbin/delegated /usr/local/sbin/delegated SERVER=http RELIABLE="10.52.4.[2-9]"

	That's part of what the problem was.  I also found a couple of bugs:

1)  If I use RELIABLE="" I always get an error from delegated
saying that the client has unknown and has no authorization.  If I use
RELIABLE= (without the quotes) it works fine.   And similarly, if
I use RELIABLE=, I get an error, but if I put quotes
around the IP's it works.

2)  The docs say that LOGFILE="" is the same as using -vs.  In fact, I've
found that delegate will create a log file named "" in the log dir.

	I've got it up and running now and it is working well.  Thanks very
much for all your help!

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