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[#] Fri Dec 21 2018 12:24:08 EST from DalcorpSC @ Uncensored

Subject: Citadel will not install

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Does citadel support Linux Mint 18.3? I tried to install Citadel but in aborted out with many error messages.



[#] Sun Dec 23 2018 09:43:21 EST from eberhardt @ Uncensored

Subject: Segmentation fault

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Hello, I'm running a server on my raspberry pi using the DietPi OS which is based on Debian 9. I installed Citadel successfully still is crashes when I try to log in :/ That's the output of the server:

citserver[6110]: 
citserver[6110]: 
citserver[6110]: *** Citadel server engine ***
citserver[6110]: Version 902 (build 1a4ec92) ***
citserver[6110]: Copyright (C) 1987-2016 by the Citadel development team.
citserver[6110]: This program is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License.
citserver[6110]: 
citserver[6110]: Called as: citserver
citserver[6110]: libcitadel(unnumbered)
citserver[6110]: master_startup() started
citserver[6110]: Checking directory access
citserver[6110]: Opening databases
citserver[6110]: bdb(): open_databases() starting
citserver[6110]: Compiled db: Berkeley DB 5.3.28: (September  9, 2013)
citserver[6110]:   Linked db: Berkeley DB 5.3.28: (September  9, 2013)
citserver[6110]: Linked zlib: 1.2.8
citserver[6110]: bdb(): Setting up DB environment
citserver[6110]: dbenv->open(dbenv, /var/lib/citadel/data/, 75043, 0)
citserver[6110]: DB: BDB2526 Finding last valid log LSN: file: 1 offset 945205
citserver[6110]: DB: BDB1514 Recovery starting from [1][938717]
citserver[6110]: DB: BDB1518 Recovery complete at Sun Dec 23 14:26:42 2018
citserver[6110]: DB: BDB1519 Maximum transaction ID 8000002d recovery checkpoint [1][946367]
citserver[6110]: Starting up DB
citserver[6110]: Initializing configuration system
citserver[6110]: Checking floor reference counts
citserver[6110]: Floor 0: 16 rooms
citserver[6110]: Floor 1: 0 rooms
citserver[6110]: Floor 2: 0 rooms
citserver[6110]: Floor 3: 0 rooms
citserver[6110]: Floor 4: 0 rooms
citserver[6110]: Floor 5: 0 rooms
citserver[6110]: Floor 6: 0 rooms
citserver[6110]: Floor 7: 0 rooms
citserver[6110]: Floor 8: 0 rooms
citserver[6110]: Floor 9: 0 rooms
citserver[6110]: Floor 10: 0 rooms
citserver[6110]: Floor 11: 0 rooms
citserver[6110]: Floor 12: 0 rooms
citserver[6110]: Floor 13: 0 rooms
citserver[6110]: Floor 14: 0 rooms
citserver[6110]: Floor 15: 0 rooms
citserver[6110]: Creating base rooms (if necessary)
citserver[6110]: Seeding the pseudo-random number generator...
citserver[6110]: master_startup() finished
citserver[6110]: Sanity checking the recorded highest message, user, and room numbers
citserver[6110]: Upgrading modules.
citserver[6110]: (null) Modules: Upgrade modules.
citserver[6110]: Existing database version on disk is 902
citserver[6110]: (null) Modules: upgrade
citserver[6110]: (null) Modules: Unix domain socket '/var/run/citadel/citadel.socket': registered.
citserver[6110]: (null) Modules: Unix domain socket '/var/run/citadel/citadel-admin.socket': registered.
citserver[6110]: (null) Modules: TCP port *:504: (citadel-TCP) registered.
citserver[6110]: Initializing server extensions
citserver[6110]: (null) Modules: Initializing. CtdlThreads not yet enabled.
citserver[6110]: Importing old style bio files into the message base
citserver[6110]: Importing old style userpic files into the message base
citserver[6110]: WX Modules: TCP port *:143: (IMAP) registered.
citserver[6110]: WX Modules: TCP port *:993: (IMAPS) registered.
citserver[6110]: WX Modules: TCP port *:2020: (ManageSieve) registered.
citserver[6110]: WX Modules: TCP port *:119: (NNTP) registered.
citserver[6110]: WX Modules: TCP port *:563: (NNTPS) registered.
citserver[6110]: WX Modules: TCP port *:110: (POP3) registered.
citserver[6110]: WX Modules: TCP port *:995: (POP3S) registered.
citserver[6110]: libcurl/7.52.1 OpenSSL/1.0.2q zlib/1.2.8 libidn2/0.16 libpsl/0.17.0 (+libidn2/0.16) libssh2/1.7.0 nghttp2/1.18.1 librtmp/2.3
citserver[6110]: Sieve: libSieve is written and maintained by Aaron Stone with ...
citserver[6110]: Sieve: Extensions: regex imap4flags relational fileinto reject envelope vacation
citserver[6110]: WX Modules: TCP port *:25: (SMTP-MTA) registered.
citserver[6110]: WX Modules: TCP port *:465: (SMTPs-MTA) registered.
citserver[6110]: WX Modules: TCP port *:587: (SMTP-MSA) registered.
citserver[6110]: WX Modules: Unix domain socket '/var/run/citadel/lmtp.socket': registered.
citserver[6110]: WX Modules: Unix domain socket '/var/run/citadel/lmtp-unfiltered.socket': registered.
citserver[6110]: Cannot create /etc/citadel/netconfigs/7: No such file or directory
citserver[6110]: WX Modules: Service DICT_TCP has been manually disabled, skipping
citserver[6110]: WX Modules: TCP port *:5222: (XMPP) registered.
citserver[6110]: chmod(/var/lib/citadel/data//cdb.04, 0600) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chown(/var/lib/citadel/data//cdb.04, CTDLUID, -1) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chmod(/var/lib/citadel/data//cdb.07, 0600) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chown(/var/lib/citadel/data//cdb.07, CTDLUID, -1) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chmod(/var/lib/citadel/data//refcount_adjustments.dat, 0600) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chown(/var/lib/citadel/data//refcount_adjustments.dat, CTDLUID, -1) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chmod(/var/lib/citadel/data//log.0000000001, 0600) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chown(/var/lib/citadel/data//log.0000000001, CTDLUID, -1) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chmod(/var/lib/citadel/data//cdb.00, 0600) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chown(/var/lib/citadel/data//cdb.00, CTDLUID, -1) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chmod(/var/lib/citadel/data//cdb.03, 0600) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chown(/var/lib/citadel/data//cdb.03, CTDLUID, -1) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chmod(/var/lib/citadel/data//cdb.09, 0600) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chown(/var/lib/citadel/data//cdb.09, CTDLUID, -1) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chmod(/var/lib/citadel/data//cdb.06, 0600) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chown(/var/lib/citadel/data//cdb.06, CTDLUID, -1) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chmod(/var/lib/citadel/data//cdb.08, 0600) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chown(/var/lib/citadel/data//cdb.08, CTDLUID, -1) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chmod(/var/lib/citadel/data//cdb.0c, 0600) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chown(/var/lib/citadel/data//cdb.0c, CTDLUID, -1) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chmod(/var/lib/citadel/data//cdb.0a, 0600) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chown(/var/lib/citadel/data//cdb.0a, CTDLUID, -1) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chmod(/var/lib/citadel/data//cdb.01, 0600) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chown(/var/lib/citadel/data//cdb.01, CTDLUID, -1) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chmod(/var/lib/citadel/data//cdb.05, 0600) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chown(/var/lib/citadel/data//cdb.05, CTDLUID, -1) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chmod(/var/lib/citadel/data//cdb.02, 0600) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chown(/var/lib/citadel/data//cdb.02, CTDLUID, -1) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chmod(/var/lib/citadel/data//cdb.0b, 0600) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chown(/var/lib/citadel/data//cdb.0b, CTDLUID, -1) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chmod(/var/lib/citadel/data//cdb.0d, 0600) returned 0
citserver[6110]: chown(/var/lib/citadel/data//cdb.0d, CTDLUID, -1) returned 0
citserver[6110]: open_databases() finished
citserver[6110]: Changing uid to 111
citserver[6110]: libcurl/7.52.1 OpenSSL/1.0.2q zlib/1.2.8 libidn2/0.16 libpsl/0.17.0 (+libidn2/0.16) libssh2/1.7.0 nghttp2/1.18.1 librtmp/2.3
citserver[6110]: New client socket 39
citserver[6110]: Session (citadel-TCP) started from localhost (127.0.0.1).
citserver[6110]: W Context: <admin> logged in
Segmentation fault

Thank you for your help in in advance :)



[#] Wed Dec 26 2018 11:17:44 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Segmentation fault

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Segmentation fault

Thank you for your help in in advance :)

Obviously we can't test Citadel on every possible Linux distribution and CPU architecture. However...

If you're getting a segfault, try running the server from inside a debugger and post a backtrace after it crashes.

[#] Wed Dec 26 2018 17:58:13 EST from C3rebro @ Uncensored

Subject: Groupdav / Two way Sync support

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Dear, support Staff.

I setup citadel with ldap auth just fine and the users can send and receive mails from and to the wan.

 

I now had some difficulties to establish a two way sync of contacts and calendars. The purpose was to replace a "radicale" server for caldav and carddav. Is that even possible?

i got error msgs in two different clients that claims url/citadel/groupdav/calendar/ is "read-only".

 

I also noticed, that the icons in the menu on the left were not showing up. May these errors belong to each other?



[#] Thu Dec 27 2018 14:00:52 EST from nristen @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: easyinstall error:CURLOPT_MAIL_FROM undeclared

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Sorry for the delay in response:

I was using the Easy Install

Tue Dec 18 2018 04:29:42 PM EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored Subject: Re: easyinstall error:CURLOPT_MAIL_FROM undeclared
modules/smtp/serv_smtpclient.c:249: error: 'CURLOPT_MAIL_FROM' undeclared

(first use in this function)

That sounds like your system has a version of curl that doesn't support SMTP.

What install method are you using ?

 



[#] Thu Dec 27 2018 14:33:53 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: easyinstall error:CURLOPT_MAIL_FROM undeclared

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Sorry for the delay in response:

I was using the Easy Install
Tue Dec 18 2018 04:29:42 PM EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: easyinstall error:CURLOPT_MAIL_FROM undeclared

According to the libcurl documentation, SMTP support was added in version 7.20

Does your system have a version of libcurl that is at least this new? (The command "curl --version" might give you the version, or if you're on CentOS, "rpm -q libcurl" could be a better option.)

[#] Thu Dec 27 2018 14:35:08 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Groupdav / Two way Sync support

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I now had some difficulties to establish a two way sync of contacts
and calendars. The purpose was to replace a "radicale" server for
caldav and carddav. Is that even possible?

The current version of WebCit is supporting GroupDAV, which is a different dialect than CalDAV and CardDAV.

We're working on CalDAV and CardDAV support in webcit-ng, but they're not complete.

[#] Sun Dec 30 2018 09:22:19 EST from Torsten37 @ Uncensored

Subject: Admin Password lost

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Hi, i just installed cidatel on my raspberry.

The installation worked fine, but i changed the User admin to "pi" an i set a password like "hallo-1345".

I now face the issue that the admin password doesn't work.

Where can i find the file which keeps the password settings ?

Can you please help me to change the admin password ?

 

With best regards, Torsten

torstenjaeckel@ymail.com

 



[#] Tue Jan 01 2019 17:13:26 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Admin Password lost

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Run the setup program again.

[#] Wed Jan 02 2019 00:11:41 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: XMPP support in Citadel 924

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For anyone who had been having trouble with XMPP support in the last few versions of Citadel Server, please be advised that the service has been significantly cleaned up and should be much more reliable now. We've tested with a couple of different clients and it's now working quite nicely.

[#] Wed Jan 02 2019 16:30:07 EST from nristen @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: easyinstall error:CURLOPT_MAIL_FROM undeclared

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Ah, I am running libcurl-7.19.7-53.el6_9.x86_64

Thank you for this help.

Thu Dec 27 2018 02:33:53 PM EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored Subject: Re: easyinstall error:CURLOPT_MAIL_FROM undeclared
Sorry for the delay in response:

I was using the Easy Install
Tue Dec 18 2018 04:29:42 PM EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: easyinstall error:CURLOPT_MAIL_FROM undeclared

According to the libcurl documentation, SMTP support was added in version 7.20

Does your system have a version of libcurl that is at least this new? (The command "curl --version" might give you the version, or if you're on CentOS, "rpm -q libcurl" could be a better option.)

 



[#] Thu Jan 03 2019 01:25:33 EST from isslab @ Uncensored

Subject: Having trouble when try to use webcit

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Hey,

My webcit seemed find at first use right after install. So I could finish rest of setup to run my mailserver. But curruently its not let me connet my webcit lobby. 

It's binded to port 2000, citserver and webcit are on running as I checked by using 'service citadel status', 'service webcit status', and netstat.

Using Ubuntu 16.04, Firefox 63.0.3, Chrome 71.0.3578.98

I guess my some of friend did something with apache before, so the Apache2 Ubuntu Default Page shows up if I dont put :2000 behind on localhost when I am trying to.

Only thing  can see through my chrom and firefox is like this

This program was unable to connect or stay connected to the Citadel server. Please report this problem to your system administrator.
Read More...

 

I am the system administrator with no idea what's going on haha

Funny thing is my mailserver works fine. Just I cannot open up webcit. Is there anything I can try? Please let me use your wisedom.

 

Thank you.



[#] Fri Jan 04 2019 13:44:30 EST from userT @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: XMPP support in Citadel 924

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Wed Jan 02 2019 00:11:41 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored Subject: XMPP support in Citadel 924

For anyone who had been having trouble with XMPP support in the last few versions of Citadel Server, please be advised that the service has been significantly cleaned up and should be much more reliable now. We've tested with a couple of different clients and it's now working quite nicely.

Thanks very much again mr IG! (And I say again because I also commented in the Development room).
Tested it as well with Pidgin. Webcit-Pidgin messaging and viceversa working as well.

Just a couple of issues I currently observed.

1) When Pidgin-Pidgin messaging, changing one's status doesn't seem to work. I.e., I could change from "Available" to "Busy", but it doesn't reflect for the other user in the other side. Also, if I go idle in Webcit this neither reflects for the other user in Pidgin.

2) Receiving instant messages in Webcit has always a considerable delay, either from another Webcit user or a Pidgin user.

3) By chance, is there way to send instant messages either from Webcit or Pidgin to offline users, so that they receive the messages once the log in? I couldn't find a way...

Thanks very much again.



[#] Fri Jan 04 2019 16:24:01 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Having trouble when try to use webcit

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This program was unable to connect or stay connected to the Citadel
server. Please report this problem to your system administrator.

This error means that WebCit was unable to contact your Citadel Server. Usually it happens when Citadel Server is not running, but you had indicated that mail was flowing, so it could be something else.

What is the command line that was used to start WebCit? It can take two different forms:

webcit [-p server_port] [-s] [address of Citadel server] [port of citadel server]

or

webcit [-p server_port] [-s] uds /path/to/citadel/directory

The latter can be more reliable, but only works if Citadel Server and WebCit are on the same machine (which they usually are).

[#] Fri Jan 04 2019 16:35:49 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: XMPP support in Citadel 924

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1) When Pidgin-Pidgin messaging, changing one's status doesn't seem
to work. I.e., I could change from "Available" to "Busy", but it
doesn't reflect for the other user in the other side. Also, if I go
idle in Webcit this neither reflects for the other user in Pidgin.

2) Receiving instant messages in Webcit has always a considerable
delay, either from another Webcit user or a Pidgin user.

3) By chance, is there way to send instant messages either from
Webcit or Pidgin to offline users, so that they receive the messages
once the log in? I couldn't find a way...

1) Citadel's XMPP service doesn't support the various "status" extensions.
It doesn't support many extensions at all, for that matter. As previously indicated, most of the code was written a decade ago when I had no idea how XMPP worked and was just trying to get it to connect at all. But now that I understand the protocol more and the code is organized a little better, we could potentially start adding things like this.

Keep in mind, however, that any given function will be implemented natively in Citadel first, and *then* exposed via XMPP's closest available extension.
I do think we ought to do something with status, but in a more Citadelian way. There was a time when we used to play around with spoofing the host and room names in the wholist, which in retrospect was a silly hack; we should have just given users the ability to replace host/room with a one line status, and maybe we'll do that.

2) Receiving instant messages in WebCit is delayed because it only polls every 30 seconds if the user is idle. This will not be fixed. We'll find a better way to do it in webcit-ng, which is being built on more modern web technologies. WebCit "classic" has become unmaintainable.

3) Offline messages are not being considered. That's what email is for.
:) Now if someone proposed a *clean* way to extend the Citadel system in this way, and submitted a good quality implementation, it would be accepted; but there are currently no plans to do so.


I'd rather extend the XMPP service to expose more features that the Citadel Server already supports natively, such as multiuser chat.

[#] Tue Jan 08 2019 12:36:35 EST from userT @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: XMPP support in Citadel 924

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Thanks again.

Talking about multiuser chat, I see in current Webcit there's a "Chat" room, but I'm clueless about how to use it.
I can "send" messages to this "room", but only active user is always myself and no one else, even if there are more users logged in.
Neither I could join it as a "chat room" from Pidgin (heck, I don't even know the room's actual "name"! Seemingly just chat@server didn't work).

Could this be just another of current Webcit's limitations? But if so, how can it affect also Pidgin?

Thanks.



[#] Tue Jan 08 2019 16:21:39 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: XMPP support in Citadel 924

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Chat is scoped to the room you're chatting in., and even then, only to the users in that room who are in Chat. It works from WebCit and from the text client, but not (yet?) with XMPP.

[#] Wed Jan 09 2019 15:57:12 EST from simlol12 @ Uncensored

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hello, first time poster here ! i just installed Citadel on my Orange Pi server running ubuntu 14.04, i managed to get it to send outbound emails to hotmail/gmail successfully, but i can't receive inbound mail at all, i have smart SMTP with my ISP's SMTP server address, all ports for pop3/imap/smtp are open and port forwarded except port 25  is blocked by my ISP .

 

what do i do ? help please !



[#] Thu Jan 10 2019 05:13:54 EST from CrazyEddy @ Uncensored

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Port 25 is critical to SMTP. It's one of the few protocols that won't work on
any other port. If you can't receive on it, you'll have to use fetchmail or
something to receive from another server.

[#] Mon Jan 14 2019 12:24:39 EST from notjames @ Uncensored

Subject: Apt Repository Status

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Greetings,

Are the repositories located at http://debian.citadel.org still active? I can't ping them at the moment. If they are defunct, http://www.citadel.org/doku.php?id=installation:debian should be updated or removed to reflect that. Thanks!



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