I saw your post saying you succeeded it on Unix and it is the very
recommended solution :-) But since the majority of users are on Windows
X-) I must fix it anyway...
I tested encription of parameters using -Fcredhy, -Fenc and -Fimp on
Windows XP and found none of them work properly. There were several
problems depending on Windows on which the encryption key needs to be
passed or inherited explicitly between processes. I fixed them and
uploaded the fixed version as 9.8.2-pre32. The binary for Win32 is
available at "ftp://ftp.delegate.org/pub/DeleGate/alpha/bin-latest9/"
On 05/05/08(21:16) you "Killian, Jan" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
|Thanks for your kind and detailed explanation of the credhy/enc/imp
|I tried the first 2 methods with 9.8.1 and 9.7.7-fix1, but it does not
|work for me on xp sp2.
| * started delegate:
| * "d:\app\delegate\dg.exe" -P**PORT** -r -vt -- SERVER=http
|ADMIN="**USERNAME**" CACHE=no RES_WAIT=0 PERMIT=*:*:-/22
The value after "+=" can be arbitrary type of URL as "+=http://serv/path"
thus you need to specify a file-name with a drive name on Windows like
"C:..." in the URL format prefixed with "file:" as follows:
But since it is likely to be forgotten to put "file:", I modified DeleGate
to support such specification without "file:".
9 9 Yutaka Sato <email@example.com> http://delegate.org/y.sato/
( ~ ) National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
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