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[#] Wed Aug 24 2016 17:22:24 EDT from axilbits @ Uncensored

Subject: OpenID, Google+ Yahoo, AOL, logins

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Hello,

I searched through the FAQ and the documentation on the Citadel.org. and I tried web searches  ( and looked at the command line stuff) to find the answer to the following question.

How do you turn off OpenID, Google+, Yahoo and AOL so users cannot login using those features and  so these features do not appear on the login screen?

I realize that I can customize the login page and maybe  remove it there, but before I headed down that path I wanted to know if there was a setting somewhere?

Thanks

 

 

 



[#] Wed Aug 24 2016 22:01:19 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: OpenID, Google+ Yahoo, AOL, logins

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How do you turn off OpenID, Google+, Yahoo and AOL so users cannot
login using those features and  so these features do not appear on
the login screen?

Disable self-service user creation. If users cannot create accounts at all, they will not be offered the options to create accounts with OpenID.

[#] Fri Aug 26 2016 06:24:37 EDT from lodger @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: [FIXED] Re: Getting the same error building webcit on ubuntu 14.04

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Just to confirm: the easy-install process now works again. WebCit is built without errors and the execption / segfault that ocurred with the setup during easy-install is also gone. Everything working again. Thank you for your support! :)

 

Mon Aug 22 2016 11:06:35 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored Subject: [FIXED] Re: Getting the same error building webcit on ubuntu 14.04

This has been verified as an error in the tarball. Somehow a diff from a different build leaked into git master. Probably my fault.

IT HAS BEEN FIXED -- please try the build again!

 



[#] Fri Aug 26 2016 12:36:35 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: [FIXED] Re: Getting the same error building webcit on ubuntu 14.04

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Just to confirm: the easy-install process now works again. WebCit is built without errors and the execption / segfault that ocurred with the setup during easy-install is also gone. Everything working again. Thank you for your support! :)

Glad to hear it.  Thanks for reporting back.  Enjoy your Citadel installation.



[#] Mon Aug 29 2016 07:38:39 EDT from marisag @ Uncensored

Subject: Address book error after 902 upgrade

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On every one of my servers after upgrading to 902 i have an issue editing addressbook entries. I can update my owner card ok, but if i edit any other user, the data i enter overwrites the system owner entry, replacing whatever was there before.

 

Please help!



[#] Sat Sep 03 2016 17:36:41 EDT from axilbits @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: OpenID, Google+ Yahoo, AOL, logins

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Thank You for the answer.

I found the settings in the access tab and that does work to disable access for all open id and users cannot create self service accounts. So, goal of disabling is achieved.

However,  when the login screen is presented it still shows the icons to login using Google+,Yahoo, AOL etc..... clicking on any of those icons displays a pop-up window with the message "this system does not support openid." which confirms it is disabled as expected. I did restart webcit as well.

Now that Google+, Yahoo, AOL, and open id is disabled, is there a setting to also toggle off the icons and login features so users are not even presented with open id choices?

Currently, even though open id is disabled, users can still attempt to login with Google+, Yahoo, AOL etc... when clicking the icons.

 

 

 



[#] Mon Sep 05 2016 07:52:02 EDT from Ephesus666 @ Uncensored

Subject: Installation of Apache AFTER Citadel

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Dear Community and Dev's and Everyone!

 

Thank you for Citadel - it is Awesome! Now to my Question:

I Installed Citadel with his own Webserver without Apache. Now it runs and everything is fine, but: My Community now wants an Owncloud. Nothing against that wish, but: I do not want to Crash the Citadel, because this Server is live and productive.

Now, what can i do, how can i bring it on or, is there a Workaround?



[#] Mon Sep 05 2016 07:58:41 EDT from the_mgt @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Installation of Apache AFTER Citadel

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It is theoretically easy, but depends on your skills when it comes to configuring linux services:

The general outline would be:

Put Webcit on port 81

Install Apache

Configure for proxying with webcit: http://www.citadel.org/doku.php/faq:installation:apacheproxy

Install ownclown. I'd recommend using seafile, but OwnClown probably has better (app) integration. (Don't expect to be able to use it for huge file collections, the hashing mechanism that checks for file changes is utterly and totally braindead and will waste cpu cycles.)

Configure. Profit.

 



[#] Mon Sep 05 2016 07:59:47 EDT from the_mgt @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Installation of Apache AFTER Citadel

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Mon Sep 05 2016 07:58:41 EDTfrom the_mgt @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Installation of Apache AFTER Citadel

It is theoretically easy, but depends on your skills when it comes to configuring linux services:

The general outline would be:

Put Webcit on port 81

Put it on port 2000, that is what the howto uses.



 



[#] Mon Sep 05 2016 18:29:03 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Installation of Apache AFTER Citadel

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Feh! Put Apache on the other port. We were on 80 first! :)

There are also a couple more options.

1. If your web server can be given multiple IP addresses, you can have Citadel listen on one and Apache on another.

2. If your web server only has one IP address but can be given multiple hostnames, you can use a combination of NameVirtualHost and Proxy to mix them together.
This strategy is outlined at [ http://www.citadel.org/doku.php/faq:installation:apacheproxy ].

Using a different port number is still the cleanest option, though.

[#] Tue Sep 06 2016 13:29:59 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

Subject: Re: Installation of Apache AFTER Citadel

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Install ownclown. I'd recommend using seafile, but OwnClown probably

has better (app) integration. (Don't expect to be able to use it for

huge file collections, the hashing mechanism that checks for file
changes is utterly and totally braindead and will waste cpu cycles.)


I'm running Owncloud and have been pretty happy.


Not sure if I'm missing something, but Seafile doesn't seem to have the contacts and calendar features that Owncloud has...that makes Owncloud attractive to many people.

[#] Wed Sep 07 2016 08:46:55 EDT from lol123 @ Uncensored

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Continuing the discussion from the Lobby room. Thanks for the explanation, however when I have tried the <A>bandon function, it doesn't mark the messages I've read as read when I reenter the room later. It works exactly as <S>kip, for me.

[#] Wed Sep 07 2016 10:14:22 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

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Continuing the discussion from the Lobby room. Thanks for the
explanation, however when I have tried the <A>bandon function, it
doesn't mark the messages I've read as read when I reenter the room
later. It works exactly as <S>kip, for me.

As I wasn't on Uncensored to see the convo...use the <G>oto function...that will mark all the messages as read.

[#] Thu Sep 08 2016 06:13:28 EDT from lol123 @ Uncensored

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But that's not what I want. I want the messages I've read to be marked as read, but new messages that I haven't read should not be marked as read. As I understand it, Skip would mark all new messages as read, no matter if I've read them or not, whereas Abandon should only mark those read which I have actually read. Is this understanding correct?

[#] Thu Sep 08 2016 08:37:33 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

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Thu Sep 08 2016 06:13:28 AM EDT from lol123 @ Uncensored
But that's not what I want. I want the messages I've read to be marked as read, but new messages that I haven't read should not be marked as read. As I understand it, Skip would mark all new messages as read, no matter if I've read them or not, whereas Abandon should only mark those read which I have actually read. Is this understanding correct?

My experience is that Abandon and Skip do, basically, the same thing, but I may be mistaken.



[#] Thu Sep 08 2016 08:49:33 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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But that's not what I want. I want the messages I've read to be marked

as read, but new messages that I haven't read should not be marked as


That's what Abandon does. Or at least that's what it's supposed to do :)

[#] Thu Sep 08 2016 10:11:59 EDT from friday1970 @ Uncensored

Subject: How to check mailbox size per user

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Long story short, I was going to do an upgrade of citadel today. Downloading the citadel folder from /user/local, it has become freaking huge!

How do I see mailbox sizes per user?

Also, the reason for the upgrade is that outbound emails are no longer being sent unless I either reboot the citadel server, or restart citadel services.



[#] Thu Sep 08 2016 10:21:00 EDT from friday1970 @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: How to check mailbox size per user

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And to further add, two of the data files are 49 gigs each. I don't think any user has that much mail individually. Why so large and is there anyway to trim/truncate these?

Thu Sep 08 2016 10:11:59 EDT from friday1970 @ Uncensored Subject: How to check mailbox size per user

Long story short, I was going to do an upgrade of citadel today. Downloading the citadel folder from /user/local, it has become freaking huge!

How do I see mailbox sizes per user?

Also, the reason for the upgrade is that outbound emails are no longer being sent unless I either reboot the citadel server, or restart citadel services.



 



[#] Thu Sep 08 2016 11:31:36 EDT from lol123 @ Uncensored

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2016-09-08 08:49 from IGnatius T Foobar @uncnsrd
But that's not what I want. I want the messages I've read to be
marked

as read, but new messages that I haven't read should not be marked as



That's what Abandon does. Or at least that's what it's supposed to do

:)



For me, Abandon does exactly the same thing as Skip. Could someone please verify? Thanks for your help!

[#] Thu Sep 08 2016 13:53:54 EDT from friday1970 @ Uncensored

Subject: Setup could not connect to a running Citadel server.: No such file

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.... or directory /usr/local/citadel/citadel-admin.socket

When I run it from /etc/init.d/, citserver does show up in the list of process, but setup still fails to connect to it.

So, let me write what has happened so far. Starting around 6PM last night, all of our inboxes received multiple copies of all emails sent. So, we rebooted the email server, but I noticed citserver running 100% on a CPU. Outbound emails were not sending. In order to send them, I had to restart citadel from init.d, and they would send out initially. But any further emails would get stuck in queue.

So, I decided to screw stuff up more. I was running ubuntu 11 wheezy. I decided to run the easy install. In the middle of this install, it prompted me intially to use root to run citadel, but in the description, it said to use a user citadel, which I then typed in and continued. During the portion that says "configured citadel" It got to 95%, with setup and citserver using 100%. After 15 minutes, no changes, so impatiently, I killed the processes.

Tried to run easy install, and started getting "Setup could not connect to...yadda yadda yadda".

Then, figuring, "Hey, I'm 2 distros behind". I upgraded to Ubuntu 12.0.4 and then on to Ubuntu 14.0.4.5

Trying to run easy install gets the same message

How bad did I screw this up?

 

Running is manually segfault dumps
root@mail:/usr/local/citadel# ./citserver
citserver[26712]:
citserver[26712]:
citserver[26712]: *** Citadel server engine ***
citserver[26712]: Version 902 (build 0e679ba) ***
citserver[26712]: Copyright (C) 1987-2016 by the Citadel development team.
citserver[26712]: This program is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License.
citserver[26712]:
citserver[26712]: Called as: ./citserver
citserver[26712]: libcitadel(unnumbered)
citserver[26712]: master_startup() started
citserver[26712]: Checking directory access
citserver[26712]: Opening databases
citserver[26712]: bdb(): open_databases() starting
citserver[26712]: Compiled db: Berkeley DB 5.1.29: (October 25, 2011)
citserver[26712]:   Linked db: Berkeley DB 5.1.29: (October 25, 2011)
citserver[26712]: Linked zlib: 1.2.8
citserver[26712]: bdb(): Setting up DB environment
citserver[26712]: dbenv->open(dbenv, /usr/local/citadel/data/, 19091, 0)
citserver[26712]: DB: Finding last valid log LSN: file: 11122 offset 9081406
citserver[26712]: DB: file cdb.08 has LSN 11122/9172527, past end of log at 11122/9081406
Segmentation fault (core dumped)



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