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  1. jabberd2?

    Anyone managed to set one up successfully?

    Mon Jun 2 09:40:43 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32799] connect
    Mon Jun 2 09:40:44 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32799] disconnect
    Mon Jun 2 09:40:47 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32800] connect
    Mon Jun 2 09:40:47 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32800] disconnect
    Mon Jun 2 09:42:45 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32803] connect
    Mon Jun 2 09:42:45 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32803] disconnect
    Mon Jun 2 09:42:47 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32804] connect
    Mon Jun 2 09:42:47 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32804] disconnect


    Pidgin is too slow and stupid to realise it's not connected anymore.
    There are too many .xml files to know what I'm supposed to be
    configuring. No error messages is not a help either.

  2. Re: jabberd2?

    Cork Soaker wrote:
    > Anyone managed to set one up successfully?
    >
    > Mon Jun 2 09:40:43 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32799] connect
    > Mon Jun 2 09:40:44 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32799] disconnect
    > Mon Jun 2 09:40:47 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32800] connect
    > Mon Jun 2 09:40:47 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32800] disconnect
    > Mon Jun 2 09:42:45 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32803] connect
    > Mon Jun 2 09:42:45 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32803] disconnect
    > Mon Jun 2 09:42:47 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32804] connect
    > Mon Jun 2 09:42:47 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32804] disconnect
    >
    >
    > Pidgin is too slow and stupid to realise it's not connected anymore.
    > There are too many .xml files to know what I'm supposed to be
    > configuring. No error messages is not a help either.



    Forget it, I purged the bloody thing! There's bound to be something
    better out there.

  3. Re: jabberd2?

    On 2008-06-02, Cork Soaker wrote:
    > Cork Soaker wrote:
    >> Anyone managed to set one up successfully?
    >>
    >> Mon Jun 2 09:40:43 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32799] connect
    >> Mon Jun 2 09:40:44 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32799] disconnect
    >> Mon Jun 2 09:40:47 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32800] connect
    >> Mon Jun 2 09:40:47 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32800] disconnect
    >> Mon Jun 2 09:42:45 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32803] connect
    >> Mon Jun 2 09:42:45 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32803] disconnect
    >> Mon Jun 2 09:42:47 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32804] connect
    >> Mon Jun 2 09:42:47 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32804] disconnect
    >>
    >>
    >> Pidgin is too slow and stupid to realise it's not connected anymore.
    >> There are too many .xml files to know what I'm supposed to be
    >> configuring. No error messages is not a help either.

    >
    > Forget it, I purged the bloody thing! There's bound to be something
    > better out there.


    I tried casually for a while to do the same thing but it wasn't straight-
    forward so I gave up and used the server provided by jabber.org.
    Even that's not great - I keep getting disconnects.

    I used to use a cute little app called Yak in Windows which let LAN users
    chat and I'm looking for something similar now which is cross-platform
    (XP/Linux). I've got Kopete on linux and Psi on XP running at the moment
    via jabber.org but it's not great with the disconnects.

    --
    -Toby
    Add the word afiduluminag to the subject to circumvent my email filters.

  4. Re: jabberd2?

    Toby Newman wrote:
    > On 2008-06-02, Cork Soaker wrote:
    >> Cork Soaker wrote:
    >>> Anyone managed to set one up successfully?
    >>>
    >>> Mon Jun 2 09:40:43 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32799] connect
    >>> Mon Jun 2 09:40:44 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32799] disconnect
    >>> Mon Jun 2 09:40:47 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32800] connect
    >>> Mon Jun 2 09:40:47 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32800] disconnect
    >>> Mon Jun 2 09:42:45 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32803] connect
    >>> Mon Jun 2 09:42:45 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32803] disconnect
    >>> Mon Jun 2 09:42:47 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32804] connect
    >>> Mon Jun 2 09:42:47 2008 [notice] [6] [192.168.0.1, port=32804] disconnect
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> Pidgin is too slow and stupid to realise it's not connected anymore.
    >>> There are too many .xml files to know what I'm supposed to be
    >>> configuring. No error messages is not a help either.

    >> Forget it, I purged the bloody thing! There's bound to be something
    >> better out there.

    >
    > I tried casually for a while to do the same thing but it wasn't straight-
    > forward so I gave up and used the server provided by jabber.org.
    > Even that's not great - I keep getting disconnects.
    >
    > I used to use a cute little app called Yak in Windows which let LAN users
    > chat and I'm looking for something similar now which is cross-platform
    > (XP/Linux). I've got Kopete on linux and Psi on XP running at the moment
    > via jabber.org but it's not great with the disconnects.
    >


    Ideally I would like an IMPS server so I can get a lot users "going
    mobile", but there doesn't seem to be anything on the horizon, and I
    certainly don't have the necessary skill to even attempt any form of coding.

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