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DeleGate/9.9.4 (STABLE) -- fixes for freezing in SSL and gzip
  08/03-12:59 . 4519  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [82]
  Dear DeleGate users, I inform you of the new release of DeleGate available as follows: DeleGate/9.9.4 (STABLE) -- fixes for freezing in SSL and gzip This release is a major fix to make DeleGate "mul
Compilation error on AIX 5.3
  08/05-20:59 . 4520  pvaiqbdyi-ok6onjig236r.ml@ml.delegate.org [110]
  Hi I receive errors when trying to compile Delegate on AIX 5.3: root.system@hostname /home/user/delegate9.9.4 -n gcc -O2 -x c++ -DQS -I../gen -I../include -O -c version.c -DLICENSEE=\"""\" -n gcc -O
  08/06-02:11 . 4521  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [40]
  Hi, If your code is not modified from the original, the lines around the error in "include/delegate.h" are: 557 CcSv ccsv; /* -Ecc */ 558 MD5ctx md_in; /* -Emi MD5 for input data */ 559 int th_flags
Antwort: Re: [DeleGate-En] Compilation error on AIX 5.3
  08/06-22:30 . 4522  pvaiqbdyi-ok6onjig236r.ml@ml.delegate.org [344]
  Hi Yutaka! Thank you for your valuable feedback! Renaming th_flags to th_xxxflags in delegate.h solved the first problem. However, there occurs a second error now (see below). Do you have any idea w
  08/07-14:51 . 4523  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [30]
  Hi, Maybe the error can be escaped by replacing the line in http.c as bellow: < #define UTonstack(siz) UTset(alloca(siz),siz) By the way, do you have any experience of older versions of DeleGate on
Antwort: Re: [DeleGate-En] Antwort: Re: [DeleGate-En] Compilation error on AIX 5.3
  08/07-15:06 . 4524  pvaiqbdyi-ok6onjig236r.ml@ml.delegate.org [249]
  Hi Yutaka Thank you again for your good feedback. However, there are errors over errors. No, I have no experience with ancient Delegate on ancient/previous AIX versions. This is the first time I try
  08/07-15:40 . 4525  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [35]
  Hi, and maybe you are not used to hack a C program... Hmm... the workaround should be as this for example: Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <y.sato@delegate.org> http://delegate.org/y.sato/ ( ~ ) Nati
Antwort: Re: [DeleGate-En] Antwort: Re: [DeleGate-En] Antwort: Re: [DeleGate-En] Compilation error on AIX 5.3
  08/07-16:53 . 4526  pvaiqbdyi-ok6onjig236r.ml@ml.delegate.org [390]
  Well, not quite true, but it's always hard to read/debug/hack code which one didn't write him-/herself, especially not if the number of lines of code is almost 250'000! Anyway, you definitively have
  08/07-18:06 . 4527  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [39]
  Hi, I don't know the options above but adding them will give us more information useful to see where it is defined duplicatedly. An obvious reason of errors you got is that you compiled them as C++
  08/07-21:24 . 4528  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [22]
  Hi, Sorry, it is an original behavior of DeleGate. The "-x c++" option is for the compiler and is not expected to affect the linker. And the libiraries for C++ rather than for C is expected to be se
OpenBSD 4.5 Compilation Issue
  08/08-01:19 . 4529  Gavin Norman <pweiqbdyi-ok6onjig236r.ml@ml.delegate.org> [20]
  Greetings, I'm receiving this issue when I attempt to compile delegate 9.9.4 on OpenBSD 4.5: ../dg.exe:/usr/lib/libssl.so.14.0: undefined symbol 'X509_EXTENSION_free' ../dg.exe:/usr/lib/libssl.so.14
  08/08-20:26 . 4530  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [33]
  Hi, Maybe you will be able to escape the problem by a workaround modifying the definition at "filters/dl.c:36" as follows: < #define RTLD_NOW 1 I'll try to fix it so that it will not affect the beha
  08/08-22:37 . 4531  Gavin Norman <pweiqbdyi-ok6onjig236r.ml@ml.delegate.org> [40]
  Didn't seem to help. Still getting the same errors.
  08/09-01:13 . 4532  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [25]
  Oh really? I tested it on OpenBSD4.4 and it worked. Then I found an article explaining the problem: <URL:http://archive.netbsd.se/?ml=openbsd-tech&a=2006-05&t=2002148> It says: My workaround as belo
  08/09-01:58 . 4533  Gavin Norman <pweiqbdyi-ok6onjig236r.ml@ml.delegate.org> [32]
  Cleaned it out, removed the LDFLAGS and it was successful. Thanks.
  08/09-02:15 . 4534  Gavin Norman <pweiqbdyi-ok6onjig236r.ml@ml.delegate.org> [35]
  However now I get the MD5SUM error: "src/dg.exe" "-Fsrcmd5" -f srcfiles -type f source MD5 = c935622524bcc46afd32401cd7b4f27e *** BAD, spoofed or forged, not original code by DeleGate.ORG "src/dg.ex
  08/10-04:31 . 4535  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [25]
  Hi, The warning says that DeleGate detected that the source code of it is modified by someone (possibly maliciously) and not the original one distributed from DeleGate.ORG. In this case maybe it is
  08/10-07:43 . 4536  Gavin Norman <pweiqbdyi-ok6onjig236r.ml@ml.delegate.org> [34]
  Yutaka, All good, the modified source works now. Thanks. Regards.
  08/10-08:32 . 4537  Gavin Norman <pweiqbdyi-ok6onjig236r.ml@ml.delegate.org> [48]
  Yutaka, I was a bit preemptive, seems it does build but won't let me run it still: the build process seems fine: "src/dg.exe" "-Fsrcmd5" -f srcfiles -type f source MD5 = eac066167e656071852748ab363b
  08/10-16:50 . 4538  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [64]
  Hi, This shows that the source code is not modified from the original. The above "NG" is usual. It become "OK" only if the binary file is signed with a certificate (RSA-key) issued by DeleGate.ORG.
ftp mount and virtual names bound to one IP-address
  08/10-21:55 . 4539  Jens-Erik Hansen <puicqbdyi-ok6onjig236r.ml@ml.delegate.org> [18]
  Hello Yutaka, I try to distinguish ftp mounts by the host name. Therefor I start delegated with: SERVER=ftp://ftpserver.foo.org:-:{*:8021} MOUNT="/* ftp://ftpserver.foo.org/ftpdir/* host=-ftp1.foo.o
Winbind/NTLM Passthrough (*nix)
  08/10-23:38 . 4540  Gavin Norman <pweiqbdyi-ok6onjig236r.ml@ml.delegate.org> [11]
  Ok, another question: Does delegate support NTLM style, passthrough authentication for Unix. I'm aware that it supports PAM, anyone had this working?
ftp mount and virtual names bound to one IP-address
  08/11-15:30 . 4541  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [35]
  Hi, As long as I know, the FTP protocol (and other application protocols excpet HTTP/1.1) does not support switching host by a virtual host name. That is the hostname shown at the client as the serv
Winbind/NTLM Passthrough (*nix)
  08/11-18:18 . 4542  Gavin Norman <pweiqbdyi-ok6onjig236r.ml@ml.delegate.org> [10]
  Ok, another question: Does delegate support NTLM style, passthrough authentication for Unix. I'm aware that it supports PAM, anyone had this working?
ftp mount and virtual names bound to one IP-address
  08/11-20:41 . 4543  Jens-Erik Hansen <puicqbdyi-ok6onjig236r.ml@ml.delegate.org> [47]
  Hello Yutaka, thank you for your quick reply. My understanding of ftp also is that it does not support name based virtual hosts. On the other hand I'm far from beeing an ftp expert - I just thought
  08/11-23:57 . 4544  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [53]
  Hi, The response of the ftpd is "220 ftp-master.foo.org" regardress of how you called it. "Name (ftpX.foo.org:)" is the local echo by the FTP client. You will be able to test it with a server of oth
virtual hosting based on SNI / TLS (Re: ftp mount and virtual names bound to one IP-address)
  08/12-03:30 . 4545  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [124]
  Hi, I implemented it as the enclosed patch and uploaded it as 9.9.5-pre2. It can be used as follows for example: -P8021 SERVER=ftps STLS=fcl MOUNT="/* ftp://ftp-1/* sni=ftp1.dom" \ MOUNT="/* ftp://f
ftp mount and virtual names bound to one IP-address
  08/13-05:41 . 4546  Jens-Erik Hansen <puicqbdyi-ok6onjig236r.ml@ml.delegate.org> [23]
  Hello Yutaka, I checked everything twice -- it seem not to work. What I have is: SERVER=ftps STLS=-fcl MOUNT="/* ftp://127.0.0.1:8021/* sni=hostA.sub.foo.org" MOUNT="/* ftp://127.0.0.1:8021/demo/* s
  08/13-15:31 . 4547  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [110]
  Hi, 1) You must force implicit SSL with STLS="fcl" without "-". 2) You need DeleGate/9.9.5-pre2 or later 3) You need a FTPS client program with SNI "server name indication" extended capability enabl
delegate problem with telnet proxy and display
  08/18-23:23 . 4548  carine castillon <pyqiqbdyi-ok6onjig236r.ml@ml.delegate.org> [18]
  Dear Yutaka, I'm a new delegate user and I have some problems with telnet proxy and display. I installed version 9.9.2 (and tested 9.9.4 too). I try to connect to proxy telnet and use the "x server"
  08/19-07:03 . 4549  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [48]
  Hi, It has been so long since I used the feature last ... I checked the code and found that the Telnet proxy DeleGate is stopped by SIGTERM on the exit of a Telnet session with X Window proxy by "x
DeleGate as a caching NNTP server
  08/20-20:38 . 4550  Florent Bautista <pyyiqbdyi-ok6onjig236r.ml@ml.delegate.org> [41]
  Hi, I would like to run DeleGate as a caching NNTP server. I mean, it must have his own cache, and when it does not have the requested ressource in its cache, it have to ask it to a "master" server.
using certificate credentials for SFTP
  08/28-01:59 . 4551  Jim Mittler <py4iqbdyi-ok6onjig236r.ml@ml.delegate.org> [12]
  Hi, Congratulations on a great program with an amazing feature set! connection as described in the manual and all is working well with password authentication. Would it be possible to configure dele
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