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[#] Thu Sep 04 2014 08:13:03 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: How to compress the database?

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If you are dumping and loading on the same host, I would really recommend that you use database_cleanup.sh instead of exporting to XML and then loading back again.

You're going to need plenty of disk space to do this, of course.

database_cleanup.sh basically just dumps your databases to a binary flat file in /tmp and then deletes your db and loads back from that file.

[#] Thu Sep 04 2014 14:24:41 EDT from danielhz @ Uncensored

Subject: Charset tag in the Webcity interface

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Hello all,

I started using Citadel as an organizer for myself a few days ago. However, I miss the tag

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" />

in the web interface. As I write in Spanish with UTF-8, I change manually the browser default charset to see the non ASCII characters that are necessary  in Spanish. I suppose I could update some HTML files in /usr/share/citadel-webcit/static to include the charset tag, but I am not sure if it is the best way to customize Webcity. Maybe it is a customization option that I do not found yet in the documentation. Is there?

Best,

Daniel Hernández



[#] Thu Sep 04 2014 14:31:22 EDT from wduchene @ Uncensored

Subject: BinkD, fidonet?

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I've been Googling quite a bit, and can't seem to find any solution - but is there a work around, howto, or means of exchanging messages between something like binkd and citadel? I'd like to try out citadel with fidonet and am stopped short at the message conversion.



[#] Thu Sep 04 2014 17:16:49 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Charset tag in the Webcity interface

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Thu Sep 04 2014 14:24:41 EDT from danielhz @ Uncensored Subject: Charset tag in the Webcity interface

Hello all,

I started using Citadel as an organizer for myself a few days ago. However, I miss the tag

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" />

in the web interface. As I write in Spanish with UTF-8, I change manually the browser default charset to see the non ASCII characters that are necessary  in Spanish. I suppose I could update some HTML files in /usr/share/citadel-webcit/static to include the charset tag, but I am not sure if it is the best way to customize Webcity. Maybe it is a customization option that I do not found yet in the documentation. Is there?

Best,

Daniel Hernández



I can see your umlauts over here without problems ;-)

Seriously, the html thing is not the only place to look for encoding information.

Webcit puts it into the HTTP headers:

 

 
Content-Type  : text/html; charset=UTF-8

 



[#] Thu Sep 04 2014 17:33:05 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: BinkD, fidonet?

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Thu Sep 04 2014 14:31:22 EDT from wduchene @ Uncensored Subject: BinkD, fidonet?

I've been Googling quite a bit, and can't seem to find any solution - but is there a work around, howto, or means of exchanging messages between something like binkd and citadel? I'd like to try out citadel with fidonet and am stopped short at the message conversion.



the probably easiest way would be to inject files into the spool directory of citadel. therefore you have to have one file per message, and use a binary format.

(if not an imap bridge is available on the fidonet side)



[#] Thu Sep 04 2014 22:08:40 EDT from platonov @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: How to compress the database?

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Thu Sep 04 2014 08:13:03 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored Subject: Re: How to compress the database?

If you are dumping and loading on the same host, I would really recommend that you use database_cleanup.sh instead of exporting to XML and then loading back again.

You're going to need plenty of disk space to do this, of course.

database_cleanup.sh basically just dumps your databases to a binary flat file in /tmp and then deletes your db and loads back from that file.

Can I do it on a running system or should I stop citadel sever?

Thanx

 



[#] Thu Sep 04 2014 22:53:47 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: How to compress the database?

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You definitely have to stop the Citadel server before running database_cleanup.sh

[#] Thu Sep 04 2014 23:00:45 EDT from platonov @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: How to compress the database?

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Thu Sep 04 2014 22:53:47 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored Subject: Re: How to compress the database?
You definitely have to stop the Citadel server before running database_cleanup.sh

Now I know!

I hope I can recover...

It would be great if your message would be displayed as the 1st line when you run database_cleanup.sh.

But, hey, NOTHING is perfect, right?

:)

 



[#] Fri Sep 05 2014 03:59:23 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: How to compress the database?

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Thu Sep 04 2014 23:00:45 EDT from platonov @ Uncensored Subject: Re: How to compress the database?

 

Thu Sep 04 2014 22:53:47 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored Subject: Re: How to compress the database?
You definitely have to stop the Citadel server before running database_cleanup.sh

Now I know!

I hope I can recover...

It would be great if your message would be displayed as the 1st line when you run database_cleanup.sh.

But, hey, NOTHING is perfect, right?

:)

its a very good side note. it should issue sendcommand down.



[#] Fri Sep 05 2014 12:14:02 EDT from platonov @ Uncensored

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Fri Sep 05 2014 03:59:23 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored Subject: Re: How to compress the database?

 

Thu Sep 04 2014 23:00:45 EDT from platonov @ Uncensored Subject: Re: How to compress the database?

 

Thu Sep 04 2014 22:53:47 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored Subject: Re: How to compress the database?
You definitely have to stop the Citadel server before running database_cleanup.sh

Now I know!

I hope I can recover...

It would be great if your message would be displayed as the 1st line when you run database_cleanup.sh.

But, hey, NOTHING is perfect, right?

:)

its a very good side note. it should issue sendcommand down.

For some reason "sudo ./sendcommand down" when executed from /usr/local/citadel dir does not stop the server. I noticed before that /etc/init.d/citadel stop did not actually stop the server. What could be the reason for it?

(I am running Ubuntu 14.04. Citadel installed via easyinstall).

 



[#] Fri Sep 05 2014 14:48:06 EDT from jame @ Rocasa Mail System

Subject: Re: BinkD, fidonet?

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Thu Sep 04 2014 14:31:22 EDT from wduchene @ Uncensored Subject: BinkD, fidonet?

I've been Googling quite a bit, and can't seem to find any solution - but is there a work around, howto, or means of exchanging messages between something like binkd and citadel? I'd like to try out citadel with fidonet and am stopped short at the message conversion.

I also am interested in that (It was one of the reasons I decided to start using citadel) and conversion between the two is indeed what needs to done.  The possible interface via NNTP bring some possibilities if/when that becomes available. In the mean time I'd thought to try using ifmail/iftoss (from ifgate, which is in Debian) but I've had need to investigate other issues so haven't had a chance yet.

 

 



[#] Sat Sep 06 2014 09:33:08 EDT from danielhz @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Charset tag in the Webcity interface

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Thu Sep 04 2014 17:16:49 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Charset tag in the Webcity interface

 

Thu Sep 04 2014 14:24:41 EDT from danielhz @ Uncensored Subject: Charset tag in the Webcity interface

Hello all,

I started using Citadel as an organizer for myself a few days ago. However, I miss the tag

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" />

in the web interface. As I write in Spanish with UTF-8, I change manually the browser default charset to see the non ASCII characters that are necessary  in Spanish. I suppose I could update some HTML files in /usr/share/citadel-webcit/static to include the charset tag, but I am not sure if it is the best way to customize Webcity. Maybe it is a customization option that I do not found yet in the documentation. Is there?

Best,

Daniel Hernández



I can see your umlauts over here without problems ;-)

Seriously, the html thing is not the only place to look for encoding information.

Webcit puts it into the HTTP headers:

 

 
Content-Type  : text/html; charset=UTF-8

 



Thanks, I see that my server does not send that HTTP header. It could be that my server uses WebCit 8.14 and this sever is running WebCit 8.29?



[#] Sat Sep 06 2014 11:12:30 EDT from markc @ Uncensored

Subject: Citadel on Ubuntu Utopic

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Hi, I am wondering if anyone else here has tried to install the citadel 8.24 packages on k/ubuntu 14.10?

The client and webcit installed but the server fails without any indication why. I am wondering if I should persist and try to figure out why it's not installing or am I pushing it my trying to install on a pre-release of Ubuntu?



[#] Mon Sep 08 2014 08:11:01 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Charset tag in the Webcity interface

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Sat Sep 06 2014 09:33:08 EDT from danielhz @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Charset tag in the Webcity interface

 

Thu Sep 04 2014 17:16:49 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Charset tag in the Webcity interface

 

Thu Sep 04 2014 14:24:41 EDT from danielhz @ Uncensored Subject: Charset tag in the Webcity interface

Hello all,

I started using Citadel as an organizer for myself a few days ago. However, I miss the tag

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" />

in the web interface. As I write in Spanish with UTF-8, I change manually the browser default charset to see the non ASCII characters that are necessary  in Spanish. I suppose I could update some HTML files in /usr/share/citadel-webcit/static to include the charset tag, but I am not sure if it is the best way to customize Webcity. Maybe it is a customization option that I do not found yet in the documentation. Is there?

Best,

Daniel Hernández



I can see your umlauts over here without problems ;-)

Seriously, the html thing is not the only place to look for encoding information.

Webcit puts it into the HTTP headers:

 
Content-Type  : text/html; charset=UTF-8

Thanks, I see that my server does not send that HTTP header. It could be that my server uses WebCit 8.14 and this sever is running WebCit 8.29?

This has been around since we first introduced I18N in version 6 half a dozend years ago.

do you use an apache/nginx/... proxy which may remove this header?



[#] Mon Sep 08 2014 09:24:40 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Citadel on Ubuntu Utopic

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Sat Sep 06 2014 11:12:30 EDT from markc @ Uncensored Subject: Citadel on Ubuntu Utopic

Hi, I am wondering if anyone else here has tried to install the citadel 8.24 packages on k/ubuntu 14.10?

The client and webcit installed but the server fails without any indication why. I am wondering if I should persist and try to figure out why it's not installing or am I pushing it my trying to install on a pre-release of Ubuntu?



it could be that it fails to start citserver due to some strange reason.

it will work if you just run the /usr/lib/citadel-server/setup alone - so some minor breakage.



[#] Tue Sep 09 2014 13:56:28 EDT from fhernandez36 @ Uncensored

Subject: error when try to send email

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Hello all

Im user of vtiger and Citadel, both systems works great except in one step:

when in vtiger I define a schedule report, (functionality for send a report automatically in some defined date) the email never arrive to the recipient, and I only see in sent email folder in from email this:

message you sent could not be delivered to some or all of its recipients.
The following addresses were undeliverable:

user@domain.com: <@hawk233>: no local part
otheruser@domain2.com: 5.5.2 Syntax error. wa16si13995556icb.86 - gsmtp

what I can see is the @hawk233 mean part of the name of my server

I have been spend about one month trying to fix it without success, last week I try to install postfix for replace citadel but Vtiger work very bad with this, then I go back and I need somebody's expert help

Thanks in advance.

 

I'm rocky in citadel configuration, then I'll appretiate your patience

Francisco



[#] Tue Sep 09 2014 14:57:48 EDT from fhernandez36 @ Uncensored

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Sorry, forget the version Im on ubuntu 12LTS with Citadel 8.24 with WebCit 8.24, server build 8.24

[#] Tue Sep 09 2014 16:29:32 EDT from jame @ Rocasa Mail System

Subject: Re: BinkD, fidonet?

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Fri Sep 05 2014 14:48:06 EDT from jame Subject: Re: BinkD, fidonet?

 

Thu Sep 04 2014 14:31:22 EDT from wduchene @ Uncensored Subject: BinkD, fidonet?

I've been Googling quite a bit, and can't seem to find any solution - but is there a work around, howto, or means of exchanging messages between something like binkd and citadel? I'd like to try out citadel with fidonet and am stopped short at the message conversion.

I also am interested in that (It was one of the reasons I decided to start using citadel) and conversion between the two is indeed what needs to done.  The possible interface via NNTP bring some possibilities if/when that becomes available. In the mean time I'd thought to try using ifmail/iftoss (from ifgate, which is in Debian) but I've had need to investigate other issues so haven't had a chance yet.

 

 

And while that's still not working;  the BBS program I've been using for years (because it's always had a usable web interface) has a mailing list interface availble for the conferences, and I'm experimenting with that.

 

 

jame

 



[#] Wed Sep 10 2014 03:42:55 EDT from easku1234 @

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NEW UPLOAD: 'aaa.txt'
application/octet-stream

[#] Wed Sep 10 2014 08:51:32 EDT from jame @ Rocasa Mail System

Subject: Re: BinkD, fidonet?

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Thu Sep 04 2014 17:33:05 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored Subject: Re: BinkD, fidonet?

(if not an imap bridge is available on the fidonet side)

 

I'd be most interested in how that is or was done?

 

 


Jame

 



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