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[#] Mon Sep 12 2016 19:43:06 EDT from romeske @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: need to change webcit address

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 to show you what i mean see the telnet connection from the

 

graczyk@graczyk-Satellite-A215:~$ telnet 192.168.2.150 25
Trying 192.168.2.150...
Connected to 192.168.2.150.
Escape character is '^]'.
220 abc.def.com ESMTP Citadel server ready.
ehlo localhost
250-Hello localhost (192.168.2.150 [192.168.2.150])
250-HELP
250-SIZE 20971520
250-AUTH LOGIN PLAIN
250-AUTH=LOGIN PLAIN
250 8BITMIME

 

this is done on the local machine. 192.168.2.150 is the physical machines address on the LAN. I believe this should be either 127.0.0.1 or 0.0.0.0. when I attempt

---> telnet 127.0.0.1 25

I cannot connect.

As mentioned before, the mail server is sending and receiving fine and i can use it through an IMAP client, however I cannot the webcit interface from a browser anymore.



[#] Tue Sep 13 2016 09:53:44 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

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romeske:

From the text client, run .ASG (Aide System configuration General).

Cycle through all of the options until you get to the option that reads:

Server IP address (* for 'any'):

And type in "*" or "0.0.0.0" to update your IP address.

Then, to cover your bases, restart Citadel.

[#] Tue Sep 13 2016 12:42:54 EDT from romeske @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: need to change webcit address

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Thank you. I was actually able to run ./setup instead since I could not get ./ASG to run. Running ./setup worked and I changed the listen IP to 0.0.0.0 and the problem is solved. thanks again for your help.



[#] Tue Sep 13 2016 21:20:04 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

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You're welcome.

[#] Wed Sep 14 2016 08:40:42 EDT from hubertus @ Uncensored

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Mon Sep 12 2016 10:42:43 EDT from romeske @ Uncensored Subject: need to change webcit address

I recently changed the IP address under global settings via the web interface to the local IP address of the machine. It used to be 0.0.0.0. After doing this, i now receive the message "This program was unable to connect or stay connected to the Citadel server. Please report this problem to your system administrator.". How do I change the IP address back to 0.0.0.0, and is what I changed even the issue? I am still able to use my imap client to send and receive emails fine.

 

Thank you



 

I'm on the packaged version on a ubuntu 16-04 LTS machine and have the same or similar issue.
For me it seems that everytime I make changes under Administration/Site Wide Configuration Webcit looses the port number 504 an tries to connect on port 0 after a restart.
However running /usr/lib/citadel-server/setup an changing the port back to 504 solves the issue.

Is this a bug or a missing configuration entry somewhere ?

Thanks for any hints



[#] Thu Sep 22 2016 17:38:43 EDT from nutbeam @ Uncensored

Subject: ctdlmigrate question regarding the xml file

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I want to migrate from a 32bit CentOS system (citadel-8.24-7.2) to a newer 64bit system (citadel-8.24-10.2). I'm going to use ctdlmigrate.

Can I specify where ctdlmigrate puts the exported xml file?

There is not enough diskspace on the machine that has the current databases to have exported xml of the same size. I was thinking of an nfs mount to a drive with plenty of space to accomodate the export.

Thanks.



[#] Mon Sep 26 2016 11:58:45 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: ctdlmigrate question regarding the xml file

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ctdlmigrate uses an SSH connection between the two systems to do its thing.
You shouldn't have to store the XML file anywhere.

That having been said ... the export format is more robust and reliable in Citadel 9XX, so you might want to upgrade first. But it sounds like you might be using the RPM packages, and I don't know the current status of those.

[#] Mon Sep 26 2016 13:07:06 EDT from nutbeam @ Uncensored

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Mon Sep 26 2016 11:58:45 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored Subject: Re: ctdlmigrate question regarding the xml file
ctdlmigrate uses an SSH connection between the two systems to do its thing.
You shouldn't have to store the XML file anywhere.

That having been said ... the export format is more robust and reliable in Citadel 9XX, so you might want to upgrade first. But it sounds like you might be using the RPM packages, and I don't know the current status of those.

Oh. I was thinking that the ctdlmigrate tool does an export of an xml file and then copies it to the target system and then does an import of that xml file. That was the impression I got reading the documentation.


I'm using the rpm files where the latest  is 8.24-10.2

I'm migrating approx 45GB of email.

Would it be safer to manually migrate the databases using sendcommand "MIGR export" and import?



[#] Tue Sep 27 2016 12:15:22 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Would it be safer to manually migrate the databases using sendcommand "MIGR

export" and import?

Yes, but keep in mind that if you're on Citadel 8XX instead of Citadel 9XX, there are some other directories you need to bring over:

netconfigs
info
userpics
bio
keys

The contents of those directories are not in any architecture-specific format so you can simply copy them to the new system.

We realized this was awkward so most of that stuff has been integrated into the database as of version 902 (yes we removed the decimal points from the version numbers) so it gets exported with everything else.

[#] Tue Sep 27 2016 12:17:57 EDT from nutbeam @ Uncensored

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Tue Sep 27 2016 12:15:22 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored Subject: Re: ctdlmigrate question regarding the xml file
Would it be safer to manually migrate the databases using sendcommand "MIGR

export" and import?

Yes, but keep in mind that if you're on Citadel 8XX instead of Citadel 9XX, there are some other directories you need to bring over:

netconfigs
info
userpics
bio
keys

The contents of those directories are not in any architecture-specific format so you can simply copy them to the new system.

We realized this was awkward so most of that stuff has been integrated into the database as of version 902 (yes we removed the decimal points from the version numbers) so it gets exported with everything else.

Thanks. That is helpful :-)



[#] Wed Sep 28 2016 06:05:07 EDT from iX315 @ Uncensored

Subject: easyinstall

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got a nice error installing citadel via easyinstall:

cp: cannot stat '/home/willi/Downloads/discount*z'

see easyinstall.sh @ line 356 !

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but the real question is... who is willi ?



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