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HTTPS to HTTPS Rewriting
  12/01-18:48 . 4245  Geeosor <> [93]
  Hi Yutaka, We want to have Apache and Delegate on the same host1, since we have no control over host2. And since Apache (with SSL) is in front of Delegate, Delegate is doing HTTP to the backend, whi
  12/02-00:23 . 4246 (Yutaka Sato) [103]
  Hi, Then I think your configuration seems to be figured like this: Right? Sorry but I don't know anything about the configuration syntax of Apache, I don't know why you need DeleGate between Apaches
  12/02-01:11 . 4247  Guy Zuercher <> [111]
  Yes your sketch is correct. Infact we want to make https://support also available under the 2nd url https://secure/support/. In order to reduce complexity we decided that there is no need to have ht
  12/02-01:41 . 4248 (Yutaka Sato) [55]
  Guy, Can I get answers for these? Rewriting URLs in the body in a HTTP response message is not supported in Apache ? (in mod_xxx or so?) Maybe you can do it with STLS=-fcl STLS=fsv:https if necessar
  12/02-02:23 . 4249  Geeosor <> [89]
  Hi Yutaka, Oh, of course, didn't saw the questions. Apache2 mod_proxy only supports rewriting the HTTP headers, but not the content. Altough there is an external apache module mod_proxy_html capable
  12/03-08:49 . 4250 (Yutaka Sato) [90]
  Hi, I see. It seems to be a relatively new feature. I'm interested in how they (and other reverse proxies) think about rewriting JavaScript because it is difficult and muddy to find URLs chopped and
  12/03-16:25 . 4251  Geeosor <> [107]
  Hello Yutaka, Yes, and it must be compiled against apache, which sometimes is not what you want or are permitted to do. That's great to know. The website we want to proxy is quite simple and does no
Reverse Proxy question
  12/04-10:19 . 4252 (Yutaka Sato) [68]
  Hi, I noticed that you need an extra MOUNT option to reject by a URL pattern in a "reverse proxy". If there is another MOUNT to be matched prior to these, these MOUNT to filter URLs by URL path patt
Delegate's Mount Protocol - Support of SMB Protocol
  12/04-13:12 . 4253  "Tan Ng" <> [32]
  Hi All, I would like to know if the delegate's mount configuration can support the remote Windows file system, such as through SMB protocol. I have tried to search through the manual reference but w
  12/04-13:23 . 4254 (Yutaka Sato) [28]
  Hi, No, as long as I know. Only FTP is a supported remote file access protocol. But I feel it interesting to support such remote file systems as Samba or NFS by DeleGate to utilize them easily and a
  12/04-15:51 . 4255  "Tan Ng" <> [95]
  Hi Yutaka-san, Thank you very much for your response. In addition to what you have mentioned on the benefits on supporting remote file systems, it will be very helpful to be able to use DeleGate to
  12/04-16:28 . 4256 (Yutaka Sato) [34]
  Hi, I'm interested in it but it seems not so likely to be implemented in DeleGate because there seems not so much merit to do so. Doing it with another independent proxy as a gateway for FTP client
Reverse Proxy question
  12/05-05:31 . 4257  Jeff <> [170]
  Hi, Thanks for the extended information. However, I embedded the parameter a little differently and I don't think it is working. What is the correct method to do this - 2 separate MOUNT= lines or ca
  12/05-21:48 . 4258 (Yutaka Sato) [19]
  Sorry but I (and DeleGate) can't understand what this MOUNT mean. Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <> ( ~ ) National Institute of Advanced Industrial Sci
FTP PASV port range
  12/06-00:30 . 4259  "Luc Willems" <> [269]
  hello all , i'm trying to create a ftps -> ftp proxy server where clients connect to a public IP address (ftps) and it is forwarded to a internal ftp server. Connection seems working fine , but the
  12/06-10:28 . 4260 (Yutaka Sato) [54]
  Hi, I feel your description of the problem, logging and configuration are almost perfect. no. At a glance, it is strange that only SRCIF has a value with double quotes unwrapped even in the internal
  12/06-13:06 . 4261 (Yutaka Sato) [96]
  Hi, I have some other suggestions about the configuration of FTP-DeleGate: 1) running DeleGate in a firewall internally It is more desirable to run DeleGate internally to avoid possible unknown atta
sockmux over socks proxies
  12/12-01:39 . 4262  Deborah Charan <> [46]
  I can't seem to get delegate to work correctly, and am wondering what I have misunderstood? I am looking for using a chained socks proxy to forward over a tunnel, it looks like sockmux should do it.
  12/12-04:45 . 4263 (Yutaka Sato) [25]
  Hi, You can find it at <URL:> but it is in PostScript and in Japanese :) Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <> ( ~
sockmux over socks proxies
  12/12-05:05 . 4264 (Yutaka Sato) [18]
  Hi, It means that the functionality is not available in the source distribution of DeleGate. Try it with the binary distribution instead please. <URL:
  12/12-06:08 . 4265 (Yutaka Sato) [58]
  Hi, Only a single persistent TCP connection for SockMux between two DeleGate servers (between hostA and hostB in your case) is used. Therefore only a single socket buffer is consumed for this connec
  12/12-07:00 . 4266  "Hiroko Jusko" <> [43]
  Dear Dr. Sato, Thank you for the link to the report. Best Regards, Hiroko The Research Investment, Inc. ---Original Message--- From: Yutaka Sato [] Sent: Thursday, Decemb
  12/16-02:35 . 4267  Deborah Charan <> [44]
  I'm currently using version 9.8.5 because it looks like that has sockmux functionality. I couldn't use the binary distribution because I'm using FreeBSD 5.3 I can't get the system to work as I would
  12/16-16:00 . 4268 (Yutaka Sato) [18]
  Hi, You can use the binary file distributed named "freebsd-dg" which is for FreeBSD5.X compiled on FreeBSD 5.3. Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <> ( ~ )
  12/16-17:32 . 4269 (Yutaka Sato) [35]
  Hi, If you saw a message like 'Forbidden xx.xx.xx.xx:xxxx' in your log of DeleGate (xx.xx.xx.xx is the IP-address of hostB), the failure is due to the default access control. The access control for
  12/17-14:11 . 4270 (Yutaka Sato) [40]
  Hi, I'm not sure what is "my example" but as you noticed, the host:port value of the SOCKS parameter is not cared in the current implementation and something like SOCKS="-:0" also works. A SOCKS par
-Etw option causes random disconnections with tcprelay.
  12/22-14:04 . 4271  "Sunil S" <> [494]
  Dear Yutaka, I run a specialist (tcprelay) on one of my boxes. Clients are able to connect to it for a short duration (a couple of minutes maximum) after which connection to client is closed unexpec
  12/22-18:07 . 4272 (Yutaka Sato) [46]
  Hi, I could reproduce it on Linux. It was caused by the stack-overflow in the small stack of a thread to watch the timeout. It will be fixed by extending the stack as the enclosed patch in the next
problem comiling HPUX 11.23
  12/24-00:06 . 4273  "Bambic, David (Penske)" <> [272]
  I am trying to compile on HPUX 11.23 and I get the filling errors. delegate9.9.0. Itried prevous release and get the same error. sh rm: src/_builtin.c non-existent rm: src/builtin.o non
  12/24-00:37 . 4274 (Yutaka Sato) [32]
  "-x" is a option supported in gcc (and maybe in other C compilers) to specify the source language of the compiler. Thus "-x c++" specifies compiling DeleGate as a program of C++. If you have gcc ins
-Etw option causes random disconnectionswith tcprelay.
  12/24-00:49 . 4275  "Sunil S" <> [86]
  Dear Yutaka, Thanx for the prompt solution (as usual!). It is now working as expected. Warm regards, Sunil Sunil S Manager - Data Centre, Petroleum House Annexe - 2, Hindustan Petroleum Corporation
problem comiling HPUX 11.23
  12/24-00:59 . 4276  "Bambic, David (Penske)" <> [141]
  I tried : sh rm: src/_builtin.c non-existent rm: src/builtin.o non-existent rm: src/version.o non-existent rm: gen/bldsign.h non-existent ../mkcpp ../include/dglib.h ../gen/dglib.h -- m
  12/24-01:17 . 4277  "Bambic, David (Penske)" <> [85]
  I now tried with gcc with : make CC=gcc gcc -O2 -x c++ -DQS -I../gen -I../include -O -c reshost.c -o reshost.o reshost.c: In function 'int gethostbynameaddr_sys(const char*, int, int, char**, const
  12/24-02:00 . 4278 (Yutaka Sato) [29]
  Upgrading your HP-UX to support IPv6 is recommended. Or the fllowing is a workaround to escape the problem. <URL:> Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <
  12/24-02:25 . 4279  "Bambic, David (Penske)" <> [55]
  I am trying the workaround : Not sure where I should put the statement at in the resolvy/reshost.c file? I still get : reshost.c:100: error: 'gethostbyname2' was not declared in this scope reshost.c
  12/24-02:33 . 4280 (Yutaka Sato) [35]
  Anywhere before it is referred. Before the definition of gethostbynameaddr_sys() for example. Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <> ( ~ ) National Institut
  12/24-03:42 . 4281  "Bambic, David (Penske)" <> [60]
  Ok now I am getting a different error: gcc -O2 -x c++ -DQS -I../gen -I../include -O -c file.c -o file.o file.c: In function 'FILE* fopenShared(const char*, const char*)': file.c:442: error: 'seteuid
  12/24-04:00 . 4282 (Yutaka Sato) [35]
  It seems strange but your gcc preprocessor does not predefine the macro "hpux". What do you get with the following commands? gcc -v gcc -dM -E - < /dev/null gcc -dM -E - < /dev/null | grep -i hpux I
  12/24-04:24 . 4283  "Bambic, David (Penske)" <> [179]
  1. pltc502:gcc -v Using built-in specs. Target: hppa2.0w-hp-hpux11.23 Configured with: ../gcc/configure Thread model: posix gcc version 4.2.3 2. pltc502:gcc -dM -E - < /dev/null pltc502: 3. pltc502:
  12/24-04:41 . 4284 (Yutaka Sato) [36]
  David, I see. I uploaded which includes modifications for these and "gethostbyname2()". I expect it to be compiled as is on your HP-UX. Cheers
  12/24-05:07 . 4285 (Yutaka Sato) [15]
  I noticed that I missed to cope with gethostbyname2() in the patch. Anyway it will be cared in the next release. Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <> ( ~
  12/24-05:25 . 4286  "Bambic, David (Penske)" <> [83]
  I downloaded it and tried make CC=gcc and got the following error: gcc -O2 -x c++ -DQS -I../gen -I../include -O -c reshost.c -o reshost.o reshost.c: In function 'int with_gethostbyname2()': reshost.
  12/24-05:33 . 4287 (Yutaka Sato) [18]
  You can escape the problem by Removing the line #37 in rary/pstitle.c. Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <> ( ~ ) National Institute of Advanced Industria
  12/24-05:48 . 4288  "Bambic, David (Penske)" <> [55]
  One more error: http.c: In function 'void service_http2(Connection05*, FILE**)': http.c:11643: error: 'alloca' was not declared in this scope http.c: In function 'void service_httpX(Connection05*)':
  12/24-06:01 . 4289 (Yutaka Sato) [22]
  Adding the following line at the top of src/http.c will solve it: Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <> ( ~ ) National Institute of Advanced Industrial Sci
  12/24-06:10 . 4290  "Bambic, David (Penske)" <> [81]
  I added to src/http.c and got the following: /usr/include/alloca.h: In function 'void service_http2(Connection05*, FILE**)': /usr/include/alloca.h:29: error: too many arguments to function 'void* __
  12/24-06:44 . 4291 (Yutaka Sato) [30]
  Hmm... This line might have to be added somewhere after... after the line '#include "delegate.h"' or so. Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <> ( ~ ) Nation
  12/24-06:55 . 4292  "Bambic, David (Penske)" <> [95]
  I have to go I will pick this up after the first of the year. This the error messages I get now: /usr/bin/ranlib ../lib/libdelegate.a -n gcc -O2 -x c++ -DQS -I../gen -I../include -O -c embed.c -DADM
  12/24-07:25 . 4293 (Yutaka Sato) [39]
  ? This means the failure of compilation of maker/bcopy.c, maker/socklen_s.c and maker/socklen_u.c. The reason might be found in the result of the following commands: ls -lt maker/socklen* ls -lt mak
  12/24-08:24 . 4294  "Bambic, David (Penske)" <> [2426]
  1. pltc502:ls -lt maker/socklen* -rw-r--r-- 1 o0042 techserv 871 Dec 22 2004 maker/socklen_s.c -rw-r--r-- 1 o0042 techserv 50 Nov 30 2004 maker/socklen_u.c 2. pltc502:ls -lt maker/bcopy* -rw-r--r--
  12/24-09:09 . 4295 (Yutaka Sato) [26]
  Thank you for your listing of the complete result. Can you show me the result of the following too? nm rary/String.o | grep bcmp nm rary/ystring.o | grep bcopy I uploaded
  12/24-09:36 . 4296  "Bambic, David (Penske)" <> [42]
  pltc502:nm rary/String.o | grep bcmp _Z4bcmpPKvS0_m | |undef |code | pltc502:nm rary/ystring.o | grep bcopy _Z5bcopyPKvPvm | |undef |code | _Z6XbcopyPKvPKciS2_iS2_i| 0|extern|entry |$CODE$ ---Origin
  12/24-12:33 . 4297  "Bambic, David (Penske)" <> [74]
  gcc -O2 -x c++ -DQS -I../gen -I../include -O -c embed.c -DADMINPASS=\"\" -DADMIN=\"\" \ -DIMPSIZE=10000 gcc -L../lib -o ./embed embed.o version.o ../srcsign.
  12/24-13:15 . 4298 (Yutaka Sato) [28]
  I modified maker/seteuid.c and bcopy.c, and uploaded it as If you still get error, the results of nm rary/String.o | grep bcmp nm rary/String.
  12/24-14:37 . 4299  "Bambic, David (Penske)" <> [2490]
  -DIMPSIZE=10000 gcc -L../lib -o ./embed embed.o version.o ../srcsign.o \ ../lib/library.a ../lib/libmimekit.a .../lib/libmd5.a \ -lnsl -lpthread -lpam -lstdc++ -lc .../lib/libsubst.a /usr/ccs/bin/ld
  12/24-15:00 . 4300 (Yutaka Sato) [43]
  Hi, Hmm... It seems that the Gcc for HP-UX recognizes bcmp and bcopy as special built-in functions without getting the declarations by headers. Inserting the following line to the top of "maker/bcop
  12/24-20:44 . 4301 (Yutaka Sato) [27]
  David, I made father debugging for HP-UX with another user in Japan. <URL:> It seems that it passed compilation and linking with the above modif
  12/24-22:15 . 4302  "Bambic, David (Penske)" <> [70]
  _builtin.c:6419: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to 'char*' _builtin.c:6419: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to 'char*' _builtin.c:6419: warning: deprecated c
-Etw option causes random disconnectionswith tcprelay.
  12/24-22:42 . 4303  "Vijayendra kumar" <> [221]
  Dear Yutaka, I could not resist myself to jump into this conversation. Of course it's well beyond my comprehension so I can not say anything about delegate software. I appreciate your prompt support
problem comiling HPUX 11.23
  12/24-22:57 . 4304 (Yutaka Sato) [33]
  Adding the following line at the top of or after the #include "ystring.h" in src/builtin.c might solve the problem: extern "C" void allow_unaligned_data_access(); The page does not mention about it,
  12/27-14:04 . 4305  "Bambic, David (Penske)" <> [76]
  Made the change you suggested to src/builtin.c and got the following error gcc -L../lib -o dg.exe builtin.o delegated.o commands.o croncom.o remo e.o ../lib/libdelegate.a ../lib/libresolvy.a ../lib/
  12/27-14:11 . 4306 (Yutaka Sato) [19]
  David, With which version did you do it? Yesterday I released delegate9.9.1-pre4 including the modification and a user in Japan said he scceeded to build and run it on HP-UX. <URL:http://www.delegat
  12/27-14:31 . 4307  "Bambic, David (Penske)" <> [30]
  dg991p4e ---Original Message--- From: Yutaka Sato [] Sent: Saturday, December 27, 2008 12:11 AM To: Cc: Bambic, David (Penske) Subject: Re: [DeleGat
  12/27-23:16 . 4308  "Bambic, David (Penske)" <> [61]
  I downloaded dg991p4f.tar.gz I that the correct version? I compiled dg991p4f.tar.gz and got the following errors: gcc -L../lib -o dg.exe builtin.o delegated.o commands.o croncom.o remot e.o ../lib/l
  12/27-23:37 . 4309  "Bambic, David (Penske)" <> [68]
  I also downloaded delegate9.9.1-pre4.tar.gz I got the following error: gcc -L../lib -o dg.exe builtin.o delegated.o commands.o croncom.o remo e.o ../lib/libdelegate.a ../lib/libresolvy.a ../lib/libt
FW: [DeleGate-En] problem comiling HPUX 11.23
  12/28-00:15 . 4310  David Bambic <> [154]
  I am having problems with my email, so I am forwarding from my personel email.  I also downloaded delegate9.9.1-pre4.tar.gz I got the following error: gcc -L../lib -o dg.exe builtin.o delegated.o co
problem comiling HPUX 11.23
  12/28-04:20 . 4311  "Bambic, David (Penske)" <> [65]
  downloaded delegate9.9.1-pre4.tar Compiled with the following error: gcc -L../lib -o dg.exe builtin.o delegated.o commands.o croncom.o remot e.o ../lib/libdelegate.a ../lib/libresolvy.a ../lib/libte
  12/28-05:53 . 4312 (Yutaka Sato) [56]
  Hi, Adding something to maker/setegid.c and src/builtin.c as the following patch might solve these problems. Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <> ( ~ ) Na
  12/28-08:04 . 4313  "Bambic, David (Penske)" <> [133]
  Not sure about the following but it did generate an executable -rwxr-xr-x 1 o0042 techserv 4489216 Dec 27 17:56 src/delegated ./dg.exe -Fver DeleGate/9.9.1-pre4 (December 26, 2008) AIST-Product-ID:
Can delegate show hidden file
  12/30-17:59 . 4314  "WONG, Wai Bun Ada" <> [57]
  Hi, Can delegate proxy ftp server show hidden file ? I have a unix sftp server (a secure ftp server) and it connect to delegate proxy ftp. User can view the hidden file if login to the unix sftp ser
  12/31-09:40 . 4315 (Yutaka Sato) [59]
  On which OS are you doing it? At least I can do it on MacOSX. -- SFTP % sftp localhost Connecting to localhost... drwxr-xr-x 2 user wheel 68 Dec 31 09:34 file drwxr-xr-x 3 user wheel 102 Dec 31 09:3
-Etw option causes random disconnectionswith tcprelay.
  12/31-10:21 . 4316 (Yutaka Sato) [22]
  Hi, You should know I'm selfish and we don't make a promise to support even for commercial licensees :p The prompt response in this case was jest because I'm interested in the feature. Oh, you are w
Can delegate show hidden file
  12/31-12:13 . 4317  "WONG, Wai Bun Ada" <> [84]
  Thanks for you reply. My unix sftp server is running on solaris 8. The proxy degegate ftp server is running on suse linux 10. My home directory has hidden file (e.g .cshrc & .login ) (i.e. The file
  12/31-12:30 . 4318 (Yutaka Sato) [41]
  I have no hint but the result of your examination of the tests as I did on my host, and your command-line of DeleGate, and the log output from your DeleGate may give us hints. The result of the test
Cannot list upper level file/directory
  12/31-12:48 . 4319  "WONG, Wai Bun Ada" <> [143]
  Hi, My unix sftp server is connected to proxy ftp delegate server. However, after I login my home directory, I cannot change directory to upper level. Actually, my directory structure of unix sftp s
  12/31-14:40 . 4320 (Yutaka Sato) [49]
  It is the behavior of DeleGate, to cope with gatewaying FTP to HTTP clients, to keep the mapping of MOUNT consistent, and also a little from a security consideration. But you should be able to chang
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