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[#] Mon Jul 18 2022 04:31:12 EDT from frank.obrienstudiofob.com

Subject: Screwed up install - addendum

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Ok,

 

So the message reading pane does not show for any currently received message,

not sure where I could read the message directly on ubuntu to see if its actually there or not.

 

hope you can help

Cheers

Frank

 



[#] Wed Jul 20 2022 12:50:34 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Re: Screwed-up install

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Any suggestions?

Restore your most recent backup.

[#] Wed Jul 20 2022 14:11:46 EDT from compdecon

Subject: Citadel and Amatuer Radio

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Would it be possible to configure user access to segregate access between licensed radio amateurs (AX.25) and normal SSH/Telnet users within Citadel?

Basically have a need to keep non-licensed users from access the AX.25 resources.

 

CD

 



[#] Thu Jul 21 2022 18:11:12 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Re: Citadel and Amatuer Radio

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I suppose you could set up different rooms with different access lists, but what is it you're trying to prevent? Citadel does not forward IP traffic, so technically the wireline users are not accessing the packet radio network.

Would love to hear more about your setup because Citadel has been used before with amateur radio with great success.

[#] Wed Jul 27 2022 05:39:07 EDT from mrsfeathers

Subject: Installed, but small user problem.

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Hello! I have installed with Active Directory and it syncs and works fine, however none of the users are admin. on the website it says the first user to be made it supposed to be admin, but i guess that wasn't the case with my install. what do i do??



[#] Wed Jul 27 2022 06:30:04 EDT from mrsfeathers

Subject: Re: Installed, but small user problem.

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an update, i've installed again on a fresh install and the same issue happens. ubuntu 20.04. i dont think its an issue with AD so much as it looks like the script doesn't listen when it asks you what the admin user is. the default is "admin" and after hitting enter, it doesn't look like that value changes. my admin user isn't called admin, for security obfuscation. thus, i get completely locked out. looks like i need to install a 3rd time, having created a user "admin" in my AD database and use that to give my admin user privilages, then delete that account. i hope the bug gets fixed!



[#] Wed Jul 27 2022 08:27:37 EDT from mrsfeathers

Subject: Re: Installed, but small user problem.

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it doesn't seem to work even with that. it just wont see the admin account. i really need help here, setting this up.

 


[#] Thu Jul 28 2022 04:00:15 EDT from mrsfeathers

Subject: Solved

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I solved my issue. it was just weird how it would autocreate the admin user even if i wasn't using it and it doesn't exist anywhere, but the real issue is that i needed to enter my full name. now my issue is that users are logging in and recieving bad email accounts... if you want to email me its "FirstName MiddleName LastName@example.tld" and that's not too awesome since we are hoping for and expecting "username@example.tld" ... is there any way i can edit the AD for this? i want to use sAMaccountName@example.tld instead of givenName middleName lastName@example.tld for each account. otherwise, i either can't use email reciving (which is why we're using this, but also the XMPP and other features make it amazing) or i have to create an alias for every user manually... which in all honesty i dont know how yet.



[#] Mon Aug 01 2022 13:09:54 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Re: Solved

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LastName@example.tld" and that's not too awesome since we are hoping
for and expecting "username@example.tld" ... is there any way i can
edit the AD for this? i want to use sAMaccountName@example.tld

You can edit each user's email addresses and aliases from inside Citadel.
It doesn't have to pull it from AD. Most sites don'
t want it to.

[#] Mon Aug 01 2022 16:37:53 EDT from drcoomer

Subject: This message does not pass authentication checks (SPF and DKIM both )

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I keep getting this message when trying to send an email This message does not pass authentication checks (SPF and DKIM both )



[#] Tue Aug 02 2022 11:06:50 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Re: This message does not pass authentication checks (SPF and DKIM both )

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We're going to need more information to go by than that. Are you getting these messages when you send email TO or FROM your Citadel installation? Do your forward and reverse DNS agree with each other? Give us some details.

[#] Tue Aug 02 2022 14:56:13 EDT from mark

Subject: Debugging Citserver not listening on port 25

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Hello,

 

My Citserver stopped listening on port 25. If I change the SMTP port to 2525 it will listen on that port.

 

Where are the log files and how can I set the level of logging for debugging? Where are the startup parameters stored? Are they in the database?

 

Thanks!

Mark



[#] Tue Aug 02 2022 18:31:47 EDT from mrsfeathers

Subject: Citadel causing severe spam

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the citadel server posts "New user account <> has been created, from host []." every few minutes as message in the aide room. this is causing severe spam as i'm getting a message every few minutes. i assume this isn't supposed to happen but i dont know whats wrong.

 

 


[#] Tue Aug 02 2022 18:34:17 EDT from mrsfeathers

Subject: Re: Debugging Citserver not listening on port 25

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if you're using debian linux, the system by default has a postfix server running for internal user mailboxes within the system itself. run "service postfix stop" and disable it with systemctl... then see if it listens.



[#] Wed Aug 03 2022 09:11:48 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Re: Debugging Citserver not listening on port 25

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My Citserver stopped listening on port 25. If I change the SMTP port to 2525 it will listen on that port.

Where are the log files and how can I set the level of logging for debugging? Where are the startup parameters stored? Are they in the database?

Does something else answer on port 25?   If you do "ss -ltn" does something else show on port 25?

Startup parameters are in /etc/systemd/system/citadel.service and you can adjust whatever you need, or you can start up citserver manually with "-x9" for maximum debugging.   



[#] Wed Aug 03 2022 09:14:06 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Re: Citadel causing severe spam

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the citadel server posts "New user account <> has been created, from host []." every few minutes as message in the aide room. this is causing severe spam as i'm getting a message every few minutes. i assume this isn't supposed to happen but i dont know whats wrong.

Obviously it shouldn't be doing that.   I wonder if you could run citserver in the foreground (shut down the service and then run citserver -x9) and then catch a few screenfuls of logging while that problem is happening.  Maybe it would show the source of those messages.



[#] Fri Aug 05 2022 16:20:47 EDT from rockandroller

Subject: making TLS work...

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Hi All! I just installed CITADEL on my CentOS7 webserver and was pleased to see it install quickly.

first installer run failed with 'couldn't create /usr/local/citadel/ but after i manually created that, it all just breezed thru.

this is development server and its already running webs on port 80 ( apache) so I installed to a different port.

I located the existing letsencrypt key and cert files for the hostname domain and copied them to /usr/local/citadel/keys/ and then renamed them citadel.key and citadel.cer

restarted everything and now i can get a secure page to the WebCit interface. Its working fine, sending and receiving mails on both the domains I specified. Very nice!

The one thing I want to clear up is when i do a mail server test over at mxtoolbox.com it passes everything BUT reports "Warning - Does not support TLS." ( Your SMTP email server does advertise support for TLS.  After connecting to your mail server we issue an EHLO command to introduce ourselves and to request that your server announce which commands and protocols it supports. Your server's response did not include "250-STARTTLS" indicating TLS support. )

What do I need to do to get the citadel server connections encrypted? I haven't found that in the docs online yet.   TIA!

 



[#] Fri Aug 05 2022 16:37:17 EDT from rockandroller

Subject: Re: making TLS work...

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Fri Aug 05 2022 16:20:47 EDT from rockandroller Subject: making TLS work...

Hi All! I just installed CITADEL on my CentOS7 webserver and was pleased to see it install quickly.

first installer run failed with 'couldn't create /usr/local/citadel/ but after i manually created that, it all just breezed thru.

this is development server and its already running webs on port 80 ( apache) so I installed to a different port.

I located the existing letsencrypt key and cert files for the hostname domain and copied them to /usr/local/citadel/keys/ and then renamed them citadel.key and citadel.cer

restarted everything and now i can get a secure page to the WebCit interface. Its working fine, sending and receiving mails on both the domains I specified. Very nice!

The one thing I want to clear up is when i do a mail server test over at mxtoolbox.com it passes everything BUT reports "Warning - Does not support TLS." ( Your SMTP email server does advertise support for TLS.  After connecting to your mail server we issue an EHLO command to introduce ourselves and to request that your server announce which commands and protocols it supports. Your server's response did not include "250-STARTTLS" indicating TLS support. )

What do I need to do to get the citadel server connections encrypted? I haven't found that in the docs online yet.   TIA!

 



PS: Interestingly, if i check the details of mails sent from my CITADEL to gmail, gmail reports that they are encrypted just fine, with standard encryption ( (version=TLS1_2 cipher=ECDHE-ECDSA-AES128-GCM-SHA256 bits=128/128); ).

Not sure why mxtoolbox "fails" the test, it always used to pass that when i was running Postfix on this box...



[#] Sat Aug 06 2022 05:27:54 EDT from mrsfeathers

Subject: Re: Debugging Citserver not listening on port 25

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it seems the issue is with a user (managed service account created automatically by windows) who's ID is already taken 

 

citserver[344]: ldap: found CN=krbtgt,CN=Users,DC=feathersfirst,DC=local

citserver[344]: ldap: uid = 1888212710

citserver[344]: ldap: display name: <> , uid = <1888212710>

citserver[344]: user_ops: 7803 maps to 

citserver[344]: openid: uid:1888212710 already belongs to another user

 


[#] Sat Aug 06 2022 13:26:27 EDT from mrsfeathers

Subject: Re: Debugging Citserver not listening on port 25

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i was able to hunt own the account it was whining about and put it in a special folder i made just for managed service accounts.. and it hasn't complained /yet/ about it in the aide channel. i've created an actual account since and it shows actual logs now, not just spam! its 419 pages long so i'm wondering, is there a way to nuke it and clean it out without messing anything up? i assume deleting and recreating it would causes permissions issues or something. but if not, its really not too big a deal. it seems to have stopped completely so i'm happy.



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