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[#] Tue Dec 31 2019 17:07:56 EST from bmentink @ Uncensored

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Any reason my post for help is being ignored? Am I posting to the wrong room? I am a first time user of Citadel ..

Seems all that anyone wants to discus is the New Year :)



[#] Tue Dec 31 2019 19:55:56 EST from bmentink @ Uncensored

Subject: Citadel on FreeBSD, compile error on install

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Hi,

 

I am new to Citadel, so please excuse if I am posting in the wrong room ..

Trying to install on FreeBSD (Actually FReeBSD in FReeNAS Jail). I have installed all the requirements as per the help on FreeBSD, but when I go to install I get the following compile error below.

(I am following this guide: http://www.citadel.org/doku.php?id=faq:installation:installing_citadel_on_a_freebsd_5.4_or_6.0_os#installing.citadel.on.freebsd )

 

Compile: gcc -I/usr/local/citadel  -I/usr/local/ctdlsupport/include -I/usr/local/include -g -Wall -Wcast-qual -Wcast-align -Wstrict-prototypes -Wno-strict-aliasing -D_THREAD_SAFE -I ./include/ -I/usr/local/ctdlsupport/include -I/usr/local/include -g -I/usr/local/ctdlsupport/include -I. -I ./include/ -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -DDIFF="/usr/bin/diff" -DPATCH="/usr/bin/patch" -c  -o buildinfo
LDFLAGS: -L/usr/local/citadel -L/usr/local/ctdlsupport/lib -Wl,--rpath -Wl,/usr/local/ctdlsupport/lib -L/usr/local/lib -liconv -lintl -L/usr/local/ctdlsupport/lib

CC server_main.c
CC utillib/citadel_dirs.c
CC user_ops.c
CC citserver.c
CC sysdep.c
CC serv_extensions.c
CC database.c
database.c: In function 'open_databases':
database.c:229:28: warning: passing argument 2 of 'dbenv->set_msgcall' from incompatible pointer type [-Wincompatible-pointer-types]
  229 |  dbenv->set_msgcall(dbenv, cdb_verbose_log);
      |                            ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
      |                            |
      |                            void (*)(const DB_ENV *, const char *) {aka void (*)(const struct __db_env *, const char *)}
database.c:229:28: note: expected 'void (*)(const DB_ENV *, const char *, const char *)' {aka 'void (*)(const struct __db_env *, const char *, const char *)'} but argument is of type 'void (*)(const DB_ENV *, const char *)' {aka 'void (*)(const struct __db_env *, const char *)'}
CC domain.c
In file included from domain.c:23:
/usr/include/resolv.h:157:3: error: array type has incomplete element type 'struct sockaddr_in'
  157 |   nsaddr_list[MAXNS]; /*%< address of name server */
      |   ^~~~~~~~~~~
/usr/include/resolv.h:171:18: error: field 'addr' has incomplete type
  171 |   struct in_addr addr;
      |                  ^~~~
/usr/include/resolv.h:196:21: error: field 'sin' has incomplete type
  196 |  struct sockaddr_in sin;
      |                     ^~~
gmake: *** [Makefile:138: domain.o] Error 1
 Citadel Easy Install is aborting.
 The last few lines above this message may indicate what went wrong.

Any idea what I could try?

Has anyone installed on BSD? Thanks



[#] Tue Dec 31 2019 20:07:00 EST from bmentink @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Citadel on FreeBSD, compile error on install

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... maybe it's because I am on FreeBSD 11.2?



[#] Tue Dec 31 2019 20:07:44 EST from zooer @ Uncensored

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Try the Citadel Support room.



[#] Tue Dec 31 2019 20:13:59 EST from bmentink @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Citadel on FreeBSD, compile error on install

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... maybe it's because I am on FreeBSD 11.2?



[#] Wed Jan 01 2020 12:55:09 EST from darknetuser @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Install on FreeBSD

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2019-12-30 20:07 from bmentink
Subject: Install on FreeBSD
Hi Guys,

Trying to install on FreeBSD (Actually FReeBSD in FReeNAS Jail). I
have installed all the requirements as per the help on FreeBSD, but
when I go to install I get the following error below.

Any idea what I could try?

Has anyone installed on BSD? Thanks

Most likely, you are trying to use a shell that is not compatible with Bash.

[#] Wed Jan 01 2020 14:07:07 EST from bmentink @ Uncensored

Subject: Compile errror installing to FReeBSD

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Hi,

 

 

 

I am new to Citadel, so please excuse if I am posting in the wrong room ..

 

Trying to install on FreeBSD (Actually FReeBSD in FReeNAS Jail). I have installed all the requirements as per the help on FreeBSD, but when I go to install I get the following compile error below.

 

(I am following this guide: http://www.citadel.org/doku.php?id=faq:installation:installing_citadel_on_a_freebsd_5.4_or_6.0_os#installing.citadel.on.freebsd )

 

 

 

Compile: gcc -I/usr/local/citadel  -I/usr/local/ctdlsupport/include -I/usr/local/include -g -Wall -Wcast-qual -Wcast-align -Wstrict-prototypes -Wno-strict-aliasing -D_THREAD_SAFE -I ./include/ -I/usr/local/ctdlsupport/include -I/usr/local/include -g -I/usr/local/ctdlsupport/include -I. -I ./include/ -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -DDIFF="/usr/bin/diff" -DPATCH="/usr/bin/patch" -c  -o buildinfo
LDFLAGS: -L/usr/local/citadel -L/usr/local/ctdlsupport/lib -Wl,--rpath -Wl,/usr/local/ctdlsupport/lib -L/usr/local/lib -liconv -lintl -L/usr/local/ctdlsupport/lib

CC server_main.c
CC utillib/citadel_dirs.c
CC user_ops.c
CC citserver.c
CC sysdep.c
CC serv_extensions.c
CC database.c
database.c: In function 'open_databases':
database.c:229:28: warning: passing argument 2 of 'dbenv->set_msgcall' from incompatible pointer type [-Wincompatible-pointer-types]
  229 |  dbenv->set_msgcall(dbenv, cdb_verbose_log);
      |                            ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
      |                            |
      |                            void (*)(const DB_ENV *, const char *) {aka void (*)(const struct __db_env *, const char *)}
database.c:229:28: note: expected 'void (*)(const DB_ENV *, const char *, const char *)' {aka 'void (*)(const struct __db_env *, const char *, const char *)'} but argument is of type 'void (*)(const DB_ENV *, const char *)' {aka 'void (*)(const struct __db_env *, const char *)'}
CC domain.c
In file included from domain.c:23:
/usr/include/resolv.h:157:3: error: array type has incomplete element type 'struct sockaddr_in'
  157 |   nsaddr_list[MAXNS]; /*%< address of name server */
      |   ^~~~~~~~~~~
/usr/include/resolv.h:171:18: error: field 'addr' has incomplete type
  171 |   struct in_addr addr;
      |                  ^~~~
/usr/include/resolv.h:196:21: error: field 'sin' has incomplete type
  196 |  struct sockaddr_in sin;
      |                     ^~~
gmake: *** [Makefile:138: domain.o] Error 1
 Citadel Easy Install is aborting.
 The last few lines above this message may indicate what went wrong.

 

Any idea what I could try?

 

Has anyone installed on BSD? Thanks

 



[#] Wed Jan 01 2020 14:28:45 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Using Let's Encrypt Certificates for TLS based connections

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Unfortunately this procedure didn't work for me. I did the same and
transferred the certificates into the ../webcit folder, but when I
try to connect via HTTPS to my Citadel server application still the
old self signed certifcates instead of those from Let'sEncrypt are
shown:

This may sound like a basic thing but ... did you restart WebCit? It only reads the certificate and key at startup.

[#] Wed Jan 01 2020 15:41:24 EST from bmentink @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Install on FreeBSD

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Wed Jan 01 2020 12:55:09 EST from darknetuser @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Install on FreeBSD
2019-12-30 20:07 from bmentink
Subject: Install on FreeBSD
Hi Guys,

Trying to install on FreeBSD (Actually FReeBSD in FReeNAS Jail). I
have installed all the requirements as per the help on FreeBSD, but
when I go to install I get the following error below.

Any idea what I could try?

Has anyone installed on BSD? Thanks

Most likely, you are trying to use a shell that is not compatible with Bash.

 I used Bash ... see my other post, I am getting compile errors now ..

Thanks



[#] Wed Jan 01 2020 18:17:27 EST from bmentink @ Uncensored

Subject: Still can't install citadel after multiple tries on different OS's

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HI,

This is extremely frustrating. How do you install this thing? I have tried on FreeBSD as indicated in earlier posts .. no good compile error.

I have tried on CentOS .. no joy, I have tried on Ubuntu server V19 and Ubuntu 18.4 .. no joy, still compile errors but different one (libcitadel):

LTCompile: /bin/bash ./libtool --silent --mode=compile gcc -I./lib -I. -g -O2 -Wall -Wmissing-prototypes -Wstrict-prototypes -fexceptions -D HAVE_MMAP -o buildinfo -c

CC: lib/libcitadel.c
CC: lib/mime_parser.c
CC: lib/tools.c
CC: lib/vcard.c
CC: lib/vnote.c
CC: lib/hash.c
CC: lib/lookup3.c
CC: lib/stringbuf.c
lib/stringbuf.c:2846:2: error: unknown type name 'z_stream'
  z_stream zstream;
  ^~~~~~~~
lib/stringbuf.c: In function 'StrBufNewStreamContext':
lib/stringbuf.c:2873:9: warning: implicit declaration of function 'inflateInit' [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
   err = inflateInit(&stream->zstream);
         ^~~~~~~~~~~
lib/stringbuf.c:2875:14: error: 'Z_OK' undeclared (first use in this function); did you mean 'F_OK'?
   if (err != Z_OK) {
              ^~~~
              F_OK
lib/stringbuf.c:2875:14: note: each undeclared identifier is reported only once for each function it appears in
lib/stringbuf.c:2877:11: warning: implicit declaration of function 'zError'; did you mean 'perror'? [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
    *Err = zError(err);
           ^~~~~~
           perror
lib/stringbuf.c:2877:9: warning: assignment makes pointer from integer without a cast [-Wint-conversion]
    *Err = zError(err);
         ^
lib/stringbuf.c:2897:5: error: 'gz_magic' undeclared (first use in this function)
     gz_magic[0], gz_magic[1], Z_DEFLATED,
     ^~~~~~~~
lib/stringbuf.c:2897:31: error: 'Z_DEFLATED' undeclared (first use in this function); did you mean 'DN_DELETE'?
     gz_magic[0], gz_magic[1], Z_DEFLATED,
                               ^~~~~~~~~~
                               DN_DELETE
lib/stringbuf.c:2899:5: error: 'OS_CODE' undeclared (first use in this function); did you mean 'MSG_MORE'?
     OS_CODE);
     ^~~~~~~
     MSG_MORE
lib/stringbuf.c:2901:9: warning: implicit declaration of function 'deflateInit2' [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
   err = deflateInit2(&stream->zstream,
         ^~~~~~~~~~~~
lib/stringbuf.c:2904:9: error: 'MAX_WBITS' undeclared (first use in this function)
        -MAX_WBITS,
         ^~~~~~~~~
lib/stringbuf.c:2905:8: error: 'DEF_MEM_LEVEL' undeclared (first use in this function)
        DEF_MEM_LEVEL,
        ^~~~~~~~~~~~~
lib/stringbuf.c:2906:8: error: 'Z_DEFAULT_STRATEGY' undeclared (first use in this function); did you mean '_DEFAULT_SOURCE'?
        Z_DEFAULT_STRATEGY);
        ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
        _DEFAULT_SOURCE
lib/stringbuf.c:2909:9: warning: assignment makes pointer from integer without a cast [-Wint-conversion]
    *Err = zError(err);
         ^
lib/stringbuf.c: In function 'StrBufDestroyStreamContext':
lib/stringbuf.c:2942:9: warning: implicit declaration of function 'inflateEnd' [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
   (void)inflateEnd(&stream->zstream);
         ^~~~~~~~~~
lib/stringbuf.c:2949:9: warning: implicit declaration of function 'deflateEnd' [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
   err = deflateEnd(&stream->zstream);
         ^~~~~~~~~~
lib/stringbuf.c:2950:14: error: 'Z_OK' undeclared (first use in this function); did you mean 'F_OK'?
   if (err != Z_OK) {
              ^~~~
              F_OK
lib/stringbuf.c:2951:9: warning: assignment makes pointer from integer without a cast [-Wint-conversion]
    *Err = zError(err);
         ^
lib/stringbuf.c: In function 'StrBufStreamTranscode':
lib/stringbuf.c:3034:19: error: request for member 'next_in' in something not a structure or union
    stream->zstream.next_in = (Bytef *) In->ReadWritePointer;
                   ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3034:31: error: 'Bytef' undeclared (first use in this function)
    stream->zstream.next_in = (Bytef *) In->ReadWritePointer;
                               ^~~~~
lib/stringbuf.c:3034:38: error: expected expression before ')' token
    stream->zstream.next_in = (Bytef *) In->ReadWritePointer;
                                      ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3035:19: error: request for member 'avail_in' in something not a structure or union
    stream->zstream.avail_in = (uInt) In->Buf->BufUsed -
                   ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3035:32: error: 'uInt' undeclared (first use in this function); did you mean 'uint'?
    stream->zstream.avail_in = (uInt) In->Buf->BufUsed -
                                ^~~~
                                uint
lib/stringbuf.c:3035:38: error: expected ';' before 'In'
    stream->zstream.avail_in = (uInt) In->Buf->BufUsed -
                                      ^~
lib/stringbuf.c:3040:19: error: request for member 'next_in' in something not a structure or union
    stream->zstream.next_in = (Bytef *) In->Buf->buf;
                   ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3040:38: error: expected expression before ')' token
    stream->zstream.next_in = (Bytef *) In->Buf->buf;
                                      ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3041:19: error: request for member 'avail_in' in something not a structure or union
    stream->zstream.avail_in = (uInt) In->Buf->BufUsed;
                   ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3041:38: error: expected ';' before 'In'
    stream->zstream.avail_in = (uInt) In->Buf->BufUsed;
                                      ^~
lib/stringbuf.c:3044:18: error: request for member 'next_out' in something not a structure or union
   stream->zstream.next_out = (unsigned char*)stream->OutBuf.buf + stream->OutBuf.BufUsed;
                  ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3045:18: error: request for member 'avail_out' in something not a structure or union
   stream->zstream.avail_out = chunkavail = (uInt) stream->OutBuf.BufSize - stream->OutBuf.BufUsed;
                  ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3045:51: error: expected ';' before 'stream'
   stream->zstream.avail_out = chunkavail = (uInt) stream->OutBuf.BufSize - stream->OutBuf.BufUsed;
                                                   ^~~~~~
lib/stringbuf.c:3047:9: warning: implicit declaration of function 'deflate'; did you mean 'getdate'? [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
   err = deflate(&stream->zstream,  (LastChunk) ? Z_FINISH : Z_NO_FLUSH);
         ^~~~~~~
         getdate
lib/stringbuf.c:3047:50: error: 'Z_FINISH' undeclared (first use in this function)
   err = deflate(&stream->zstream,  (LastChunk) ? Z_FINISH : Z_NO_FLUSH);
                                                  ^~~~~~~~
lib/stringbuf.c:3047:61: error: 'Z_NO_FLUSH' undeclared (first use in this function)
   err = deflate(&stream->zstream,  (LastChunk) ? Z_FINISH : Z_NO_FLUSH);
                                                             ^~~~~~~~~~
lib/stringbuf.c:3049:58: error: request for member 'avail_out' in something not a structure or union
   stream->OutBuf.BufUsed += (chunkavail - stream->zstream.avail_out);
                                                          ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3059:22: error: request for member 'avail_in' in something not a structure or union
   if (stream->zstream.avail_in == 0)
                      ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3066:23: error: request for member 'avail_in' in something not a structure or union
    if (stream->zstream.avail_in < 64)
                       ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3069:55: error: request for member 'avail_in' in something not a structure or union
      In->Buf->buf + In->Buf->BufUsed - stream->zstream.avail_in,
                                                       ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3070:21: error: request for member 'avail_in' in something not a structure or union
      stream->zstream.avail_in);
                     ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3072:39: error: request for member 'avail_in' in something not a structure or union
     In->Buf->BufUsed = stream->zstream.avail_in;
                                       ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3079:41: error: request for member 'avail_in' in something not a structure or union
      (In->Buf->BufUsed - stream->zstream.avail_in);
                                         ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3083:22: error: 'Z_OK' undeclared (first use in this function); did you mean 'F_OK'?
   if (!rc && (err != Z_OK)) {
                      ^~~~
                      F_OK
lib/stringbuf.c:3084:9: warning: assignment makes pointer from integer without a cast [-Wint-conversion]
    *Err = zError(err);
         ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3091:39: error: request for member 'total_out' in something not a structure or union
   int org_outbuf_len = stream->zstream.total_out;
                                       ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3094:23: error: request for member 'avail_out' in something not a structure or union
   if ((stream->zstream.avail_out != 0) && (stream->zstream.next_in != NULL)) {
                       ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3094:59: error: request for member 'next_in' in something not a structure or union
   if ((stream->zstream.avail_out != 0) && (stream->zstream.next_in != NULL)) {
                                                           ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3097:20: error: request for member 'next_in' in something not a structure or union
     stream->zstream.next_in = (Bytef *) In->ReadWritePointer;
                    ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3097:39: error: expected expression before ')' token
     stream->zstream.next_in = (Bytef *) In->ReadWritePointer;
                                       ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3098:20: error: request for member 'avail_in' in something not a structure or union
     stream->zstream.avail_in = (uInt) In->Buf->BufUsed -
                    ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3098:39: error: expected ';' before 'In'
     stream->zstream.avail_in = (uInt) In->Buf->BufUsed -
                                       ^~
lib/stringbuf.c:3103:20: error: request for member 'next_in' in something not a structure or union
     stream->zstream.next_in = (Bytef *) In->Buf->buf;
                    ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3103:39: error: expected expression before ')' token
     stream->zstream.next_in = (Bytef *) In->Buf->buf;
                                       ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3104:20: error: request for member 'avail_in' in something not a structure or union
     stream->zstream.avail_in = (uInt) In->Buf->BufUsed;
                    ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3104:39: error: expected ';' before 'In'
     stream->zstream.avail_in = (uInt) In->Buf->BufUsed;
                                       ^~
lib/stringbuf.c:3108:18: error: request for member 'next_out' in something not a structure or union
   stream->zstream.next_out = (unsigned char*)stream->OutBuf.buf + stream->OutBuf.BufUsed;
                  ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3109:18: error: request for member 'avail_out' in something not a structure or union
   stream->zstream.avail_out = (uInt) stream->OutBuf.BufSize - stream->OutBuf.BufUsed;
                  ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3109:38: error: expected ';' before 'stream'
   stream->zstream.avail_out = (uInt) stream->OutBuf.BufSize - stream->OutBuf.BufUsed;
                                      ^~~~~~
lib/stringbuf.c:3111:9: warning: implicit declaration of function 'inflate'; did you mean 'initstate'? [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
   err = inflate(&stream->zstream, Z_NO_FLUSH);
         ^~~~~~~
         initstate
lib/stringbuf.c:3115:8: error: 'Z_NEED_DICT' undeclared (first use in this function)
   case Z_NEED_DICT:
        ^~~~~~~~~~~
lib/stringbuf.c:3116:10: error: 'Z_DATA_ERROR' undeclared (first use in this function); did you mean 'MOD_MAXERROR'?
    err = Z_DATA_ERROR;     /* and fall through */
          ^~~~~~~~~~~~
          MOD_MAXERROR
lib/stringbuf.c:3119:9: warning: assignment makes pointer from integer without a cast [-Wint-conversion]
    *Err = zError(err);
         ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3120:8: error: 'Z_MEM_ERROR' undeclared (first use in this function); did you mean 'Z_DATA_ERROR'?
   case Z_MEM_ERROR:
        ^~~~~~~~~~~
        Z_DATA_ERROR
lib/stringbuf.c:3125:44: error: request for member 'total_out' in something not a structure or union
   stream->OutBuf.BufUsed += stream->zstream.total_out + org_outbuf_len;
                                            ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3129:22: error: request for member 'avail_in' in something not a structure or union
   if (stream->zstream.avail_in == 0)
                      ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3136:23: error: request for member 'avail_in' in something not a structure or union
    if (stream->zstream.avail_in < 64)
                       ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3139:55: error: request for member 'avail_in' in something not a structure or union
      In->Buf->buf + In->Buf->BufUsed - stream->zstream.avail_in,
                                                       ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3140:21: error: request for member 'avail_in' in something not a structure or union
      stream->zstream.avail_in);
                     ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3142:39: error: request for member 'avail_in' in something not a structure or union
     In->Buf->BufUsed = stream->zstream.avail_in;
                                       ^
lib/stringbuf.c:3149:41: error: request for member 'avail_in' in something not a structure or union
      (In->Buf->BufUsed - stream->zstream.avail_in);
                                         ^
Makefile:168: recipe for target 'lib/stringbuf.lo' failed
make: *** [lib/stringbuf.lo] Error 1
 Citadel Easy Install is aborting.
 The last few lines above this message may indicate what went wrong.
 Linux Debian buster/sid( 4.15.0-72-generic x86_64)

Any help appreciated, I am beginning to think this software is just not install-able ..



[#] Wed Jan 01 2020 21:44:10 EST from bmentink @ Uncensored

Subject: finally got Citadel to work on Ubuntu ... have an SMTP/host question

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Hi,

I have an external server domain called: noddy.com, for example and my local VM with citadel installed is called just citadel.

I have citadel listening on noddy.com, and incoming messages work fine, however outgoing SMTP messages do not get delivered.

When I send a message the sender is called bmentink@citadel, how do I get it to be called bmentink@noddy.com? Is this the issue?

I have ports 25,143 forwarded from noddy.com to citadel VM.

Any idea's

Thanks



[#] Thu Jan 02 2020 05:15:01 EST from StonedMind @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Using Let's Encrypt Certificates for TLS based connections

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Wed Jan 01 2020 14:28:45 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored Subject: Re: Using Let's Encrypt Certificates for TLS based connections
Unfortunately this procedure didn't work for me. I did the same and
transferred the certificates into the ../webcit folder, but when I
try to connect via HTTPS to my Citadel server application still the
old self signed certifcates instead of those from Let'sEncrypt are
shown:

This may sound like a basic thing but ... did you restart WebCit? It only reads the certificate and key at startup.

Thanks for your answer,

and yes, I did. I restarted citadel service and webcit service as well,  just forgot to mention this in my previous post, and the issue remains.

Where are the logs of citadel and webcit service stored? etc/.../syslog? I'm going to check this.

Any other ideas I should check?



[#] Thu Jan 02 2020 05:34:46 EST from calcmandan @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: Using Let's Encrypt Certificates for TLS based connections

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You've had much more luck than me. It keeps wanting to verify the server it fails. It wants the file dumped at http://domain.com/.well-known/acme-challenge/***

The file request returns a 404, naturally, and fails. Not sure how you got letsencrypt to create just the cert. I read your post saying your ISP provided it. I'm using the same server to issue the cert but can't seem to figure this out.



[#] Thu Jan 02 2020 14:37:38 EST from bmentink @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: finally got Citadel to work on Ubuntu ... have an SMTP/host question

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Wed Jan 01 2020 21:44:10 EST from bmentink @ Uncensored Subject: finally got Citadel to work on Ubuntu ... have an SMTP/host question

Hi,

I have an external server domain called: noddy.com, for example and my local VM with citadel installed is called just citadel.

I have citadel listening on noddy.com, and incoming messages work fine, however outgoing SMTP messages do not get delivered.

When I send a message the sender is called bmentink@citadel, how do I get it to be called bmentink@noddy.com? Is this the issue?

I have ports 25,143 forwarded from noddy.com to citadel VM.

Any idea's

Thanks



An update, I have tried the troubleshooting suggestions for outbound SMTP connections, and everything looks fine, so Port 25 is ok ..

Does anyone have any suggestions for the host question?



[#] Thu Jan 02 2020 15:23:37 EST from bmentink @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: finally got Citadel to work on Ubuntu ... have an SMTP/host question

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Thu Jan 02 2020 14:37:38 EST from bmentink @ Uncensored Subject: Re: finally got Citadel to work on Ubuntu ... have an SMTP/host question

 

Wed Jan 01 2020 21:44:10 EST from bmentink @ Uncensored Subject: finally got Citadel to work on Ubuntu ... have an SMTP/host question

Hi,

I have an external server domain called: noddy.com, for example and my local VM with citadel installed is called just citadel.

I have citadel listening on noddy.com, and incoming messages work fine, however outgoing SMTP messages do not get delivered.

When I send a message the sender is called bmentink@citadel, how do I get it to be called bmentink@noddy.com? Is this the issue?

I have ports 25,143 forwarded from noddy.com to citadel VM.

Any idea's

Thanks



An update, I have tried the troubleshooting suggestions for outbound SMTP connections, and everything looks fine, so Port 25 is ok ..

Does anyone have any suggestions for the host question?



This is what I see in the queue

Queue

 

The date looks all wrong to start, and the from address looks incorrect at bmentink@citadel ...

Someone please answer, it is awfully quite here, is everyone away on holiday?



[#] Thu Jan 02 2020 15:28:31 EST from bmentink @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: finally got Citadel to work on Ubuntu ... have an SMTP/host question

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Thu Jan 02 2020 15:23:37 EST from bmentink @ Uncensored Subject: Re: finally got Citadel to work on Ubuntu ... have an SMTP/host question

 

Thu Jan 02 2020 14:37:38 EST from bmentink @ Uncensored Subject: Re: finally got Citadel to work on Ubuntu ... have an SMTP/host question

 

Wed Jan 01 2020 21:44:10 EST from bmentink @ Uncensored Subject: finally got Citadel to work on Ubuntu ... have an SMTP/host question

Hi,

I have an external server domain called: noddy.com, for example and my local VM with citadel installed is called just citadel.

I have citadel listening on noddy.com, and incoming messages work fine, however outgoing SMTP messages do not get delivered.

When I send a message the sender is called bmentink@citadel, how do I get it to be called bmentink@noddy.com? Is this the issue?

I have ports 25,143 forwarded from noddy.com to citadel VM.

Any idea's

Thanks



An update, I have tried the troubleshooting suggestions for outbound SMTP connections, and everything looks fine, so Port 25 is ok ..

Does anyone have any suggestions for the host question?



This is what I see in the queue

Queue

 

The date looks all wrong to start, and the from address looks incorrect at bmentink@citadel ...

Someone please answer, it is awfully quite here, is everyone away on holiday?



Here is the image URL as I can't paste inline for some reason: https://pasteboard.co/IO9ntAD.png



[#] Thu Jan 02 2020 18:24:27 EST from "s3cr3to" <s3cr3to@uncensored.citadel.org> to Citadel_Support <room_Citadel_Support@uncensored.citadel.org>

Subject: Re: finally got Citadel to work on Ubuntu ... have an SMTP/hostquestion

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The date isn't wrong, every new message in the queue will show this kind
of date the first time.

If for some reason the message can't be sent, the date/time will shown
the real date-time of the message when was put in the queue.

The other date (attempt) will change too with a "new" date for the next
attempt to send.

Regards

On 1/2/20 1:28 PM, bmentink wrote:
Thu Jan 02 2020 15:23:37 EST from bmentink @ Uncensored Subject: Re:
finally got Citadel to work on Ubuntu ... have an SMTP/host question

Thu Jan 02 2020 14:37:38 EST from bmentink @ Uncensored Subject:
Re: finally got Citadel to work on Ubuntu ... have an SMTP/host
question

Wed Jan 01 2020 21:44:10 EST from bmentink @ Uncensored
Subject: finally got Citadel to work on Ubuntu ... have an
SMTP/host question

Hi,

I have an external server domain called: noddy.com, for
example and my local VM with citadel installed is called
just citadel.

I have citadel listening on noddy.com, and incoming messages
work fine, however outgoing SMTP messages do not get delivered.

When I send a message the sender is called bmentink@citadel,
how do I get it to be called bmentink@noddy.com? Is this the
issue?

I have ports 25,143 forwarded from noddy.com to citadel VM.

Any idea's

Thanks



An update, I have tried the troubleshooting suggestions for
outbound SMTP connections, and everything looks fine, so Port 25
is ok ..

Does anyone have any suggestions for the host question?



This is what I see in the queue

Queue

The date looks all wrong to start, and the from address looks
incorrect at bmentink@citadel ...

Someone please answer, it is awfully quite here, is everyone away on
holiday?



Here is the image URL as I can't paste inline for some reason:
https://pasteboard.co/IO9ntAD.png

[#] Thu Jan 02 2020 18:58:32 EST from "s3cr3to" <s3cr3to@uncensored.citadel.org> to Citadel_Support <room_Citadel_Support@uncensored.citadel.org>

Subject: Re: finally got Citadel to work on Ubuntu ... have an SMTP/hostquestion

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The name showed in the queue (bmentink@citadel) is normal, is your mail
user and hostname.

On 1/2/20 1:28 PM, bmentink wrote:
Thu Jan 02 2020 15:23:37 EST from bmentink @ Uncensored Subject: Re:
finally got Citadel to work on Ubuntu ... have an SMTP/host question

Thu Jan 02 2020 14:37:38 EST from bmentink @ Uncensored Subject:
Re: finally got Citadel to work on Ubuntu ... have an SMTP/host
question

Wed Jan 01 2020 21:44:10 EST from bmentink @ Uncensored
Subject: finally got Citadel to work on Ubuntu ... have an
SMTP/host question

Hi,

I have an external server domain called: noddy.com, for
example and my local VM with citadel installed is called
just citadel.

I have citadel listening on noddy.com, and incoming messages
work fine, however outgoing SMTP messages do not get delivered.

When I send a message the sender is called bmentink@citadel,
how do I get it to be called bmentink@noddy.com? Is this the
issue?

I have ports 25,143 forwarded from noddy.com to citadel VM.

Any idea's

Thanks



An update, I have tried the troubleshooting suggestions for
outbound SMTP connections, and everything looks fine, so Port 25
is ok ..

Does anyone have any suggestions for the host question?



This is what I see in the queue

Queue

The date looks all wrong to start, and the from address looks
incorrect at bmentink@citadel ...

Someone please answer, it is awfully quite here, is everyone away on
holiday?



Here is the image URL as I can't paste inline for some reason:
https://pasteboard.co/IO9ntAD.png

[#] Thu Jan 02 2020 19:01:33 EST from "s3cr3to" <s3cr3to@uncensored.citadel.org> to Citadel_Support <room_Citadel_Support@uncensored.citadel.org>

Subject: Re: finally got Citadel to work on Ubuntu ... have an SMTP/hostquestion

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Try to run this from a terminal in your server; maybe it helps to known
the issue.

https://linuxconfig.org/send-an-email-using-telnet
https://telegra.ph/Send-an-email-using-Telnet-03-20

Both links shows the same info, just in case the first goes the way of
the dodo.


On 1/2/20 12:37 PM, bmentink wrote:
Wed Jan 01 2020 21:44:10 EST from bmentink @ Uncensored Subject:
finally got Citadel to work on Ubuntu ... have an SMTP/host question

Hi,

I have an external server domain called: noddy.com, for example and
my local VM with citadel installed is called just citadel.

I have citadel listening on noddy.com, and incoming messages work
fine, however outgoing SMTP messages do not get delivered.

When I send a message the sender is called bmentink@citadel, how do
I get it to be called bmentink@noddy.com? Is this the issue?

I have ports 25,143 forwarded from noddy.com to citadel VM.

Any idea's

Thanks



An update, I have tried the troubleshooting suggestions for outbound
SMTP connections, and everything looks fine, so Port 25 is ok ..

Does anyone have any suggestions for the host question?

[#] Thu Jan 02 2020 19:23:35 EST from bmentink @ Uncensored

Subject: Re: finally got Citadel to work on Ubuntu ... have an SMTP/hostquestion

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Thu Jan 02 2020 19:01:33 ESTfrom "s3cr3to" <s3cr3to@uncensored.citadel.org> Subject: Re: finally got Citadel to work on Ubuntu ... have an SMTP/hostquestion
Try to run this from a terminal in your server; maybe it helps to known
the issue.

https://linuxconfig.org/send-an-email-using-telnet
https://telegra.ph/Send-an-email-using-Telnet-03-20

Both links shows the same info, just in case the first goes the way of
the dodo.


On 1/2/20 12:37 PM, bmentink wrote:
Wed Jan 01 2020 21:44:10 EST from bmentink @ Uncensored Subject:
finally got Citadel to work on Ubuntu ... have an SMTP/host question

Hi,

I have an external server domain called: noddy.com, for example and
my local VM with citadel installed is called just citadel.

I have citadel listening on noddy.com, and incoming messages work
fine, however outgoing SMTP messages do not get delivered.

When I send a message the sender is called bmentink@citadel, how do
I get it to be called bmentink@noddy.com? Is this the issue?

I have ports 25,143 forwarded from noddy.com to citadel VM.

Any idea's

Thanks



An update, I have tried the troubleshooting suggestions for outbound
SMTP connections, and everything looks fine, so Port 25 is ok ..

Does anyone have any suggestions for the host question?

HI, Thanks for the response. WHat do you mean by executing those commands, do you mean

telnet https://linuxconfig.org/send-an-email-using-telnet

Because that just returns:

telnet: could not resolve https://linuxconfig.org/send-an-email-using-telnet/telnet: Name or service not known

Cheers,

Bernie



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