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[#] Tue Aug 23 2022 11:40:19 EDT from hutch

Subject: Re: Failed to start Citadel Server

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Think I may have gotten past the initial service start.

 

In /usr/local/citadel, ran the database cleanup script

    sudo ./database_cleanup.sh

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GOT:

you will need 28Mof free space.

 

We will attempt to look for a Citadel database in /usr/local/citadel/data

Do you want to continue? Y

 

DO NOT INTERRUPT THIS PROCESS.

 

Dumping cdb.00

db_dump: BDB5115 open: cdb.00: No such file or directory

error 1

Exiting.

*********************************
 
Then ran;  "sudo ./citserver" to see if the error was still there...
 
Was able to start the successfully start the citadel service.  But now I get "%username% not found in login page


[#] Tue Aug 23 2022 11:41:55 EDT from hutch

Subject: Re: Failed to start Citadel Server

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utch@mail:~$ sudo journalctl -e -u citadel

Aug 23 15:38:59 mail citserver[960]: citserver[960]: rbl: 216.200.152.158 [0.000008] none found

Aug 23 15:38:59 mail citserver[960]: rbl: 216.200.152.158 [0.000008] none found

Aug 23 15:38:59 mail citserver[960]: citserver[960]: context: [ 19]SRV[SMTP-MTA] Session ended.

Aug 23 15:38:59 mail citserver[960]: context: [ 19]SRV[SMTP-MTA] Session ended.

Aug 23 15:39:05 mail citserver[960]: citserver[960]: context: session (IMAP) started from 192.168.100.15 (192.168.100.15) uid>

Aug 23 15:39:05 mail citserver[960]: context: session (IMAP) started from 192.168.100.15 (192.168.100.15) uid=-1

Aug 23 15:39:05 mail citserver[960]: citserver[960]: crypto: TLS using TLS_AES_128_GCM_SHA256 on TLSv1.3 (128 of 128 bits)

Aug 23 15:39:05 mail citserver[960]: crypto: TLS using TLS_AES_128_GCM_SHA256 on TLSv1.3 (128 of 128 bits)

Aug 23 15:39:06 mail citserver[960]: citserver[960]: <plain_auth>

Aug 23 15:39:06 mail citserver[960]: <plain_auth>

Aug 23 15:39:07 mail citserver[960]: citserver[960]: <password>

Aug 23 15:39:07 mail citserver[960]: citserver[960]: user_ops: CtdlTryPassword: no user selected

Aug 23 15:39:07 mail citserver[960]: <password>

Aug 23 15:39:07 mail citserver[960]: user_ops: CtdlTryPassword: no user selected

Aug 23 15:39:07 mail citserver[960]: citserver[960]: LOGIN...

Aug 23 15:39:07 mail citserver[960]: LOGIN...

 


[#] Sat Aug 27 2022 18:01:05 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Re: Failed to start Citadel Server

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It sounds like you did something that damaged your database.  If database_cleanup.sh doesn't fix it, you should definitely restore your most recent backup.

As a matter of normal operation, please make sure you always have ample free space on your disk.



[#] Tue Aug 30 2022 19:24:25 EDT from nristen

Subject: enable debug logging level

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I am trying use the aerc email client with my citadel server (version 957).  Aerc works fine with my gmail account (trying to get rid of that).

Aerc connects and displays the imap folders and the number of messages in each folder but does not retrieve the messages.  The aerc logs are showing the following error:

2022/08/30 17:50:07 Opening INBOX

Lr7rxQ SELECT INBOX

* 173 EXISTS

* 32 RECENT

* OK [UIDVALIDITY 1] UID validity status

* OK [UIDNEXT 11222] Predicted next UID

* FLAGS (\Deleted \Seen \Answered)

* OK [PERMANENTFLAGS (\Deleted \Seen \Answered)] permanent flags

Lr7rxQ OK [READ-WRITE] SELECT completed

2022/08/30 17:50:08 ->(ui) *types.Done:*types.OpenDirectory

2022/08/30 17:50:08 (= *client.MailboxUpdate

2022/08/30 17:50:08 ->(ui) *types.DirectoryInfo

2022/08/30 17:50:08 (= *client.MailboxUpdate

2022/08/30 17:50:08 ->(ui) *types.DirectoryInfo

2022/08/30 17:50:08 (ui)<= *types.Done(32):*types.OpenDirectory(31)

2022/08/30 17:50:08 (ui)<= *types.DirectoryInfo(33)

2022/08/30 17:50:08 (ui)<= *types.DirectoryInfo(34)

2022/08/30 17:50:08 (ui)=> *types.FetchDirectoryContents

2022/08/30 17:50:08 <-(ui) *types.FetchDirectoryContents(35)

2022/08/30 17:50:08 Fetching UID list

6enMkg UID SEARCH CHARSET UTF-8 1:*

* SEARCH 

6enMkg OK UID SEARCH completed

2022/08/30 17:50:08 Found 0 UIDs

2022/08/30 17:50:08 ->(ui) *types.DirectoryContents:*types.FetchDirectoryContents

2022/08/30 17:50:08 ->(ui) *types.Done:*types.FetchDirectoryContents

2022/08/30 17:50:08 (ui)<= *types.DirectoryContents(36):*types.FetchDirectoryContents(35)

2022/08/30 17:50:08 (ui)<= *types.Done(37):*types.FetchDirectoryContents(35)

I think that the message, "Found 0 UIDs" might be what is causing the problem.

I don't see any errors in the citadel syslog so I am wondering how to enable a different logging level to show citadel's debug logs?

Or if anyone has any other ideas or possible experience getting the aerc client to work?

Thank you



[#] Thu Sep 01 2022 11:25:21 EDT from mrsfeathers

Subject: Slow down LDAP logins?

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Hello! We run citadel with active directory and its been very wonderful but our tech wants to know if theres a way to turn up the time until next LDAP login.. the citadel server creates a login request every single second. its configured right and looks to be successfully authenticated, but it happens too often and our tech would like to be able to set it to happen every minute or every 5 minutes as we assume its for the SMTP server



[#] Thu Sep 01 2022 15:23:00 EDT from Log4JExploit

Subject: Shutting down Citadel

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Hello dear community,

 

I've been trying to shutdown citadel for over an hour now and i just couldn't

find anything in the documentation or FAQ, so i am asking here..

how can i stop the service from the terminal?

 

Thank you so much for understanding.

 

Kind regards,

Log4JExploit



[#] Thu Sep 01 2022 15:37:50 EDT from mrsfeathers

Subject: Slow down LDAP logins?

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Hello! We run citadel with active directory and its been very wonderful but our tech wants to know if theres a way to turn up the time until next LDAP login.. the citadel server creates a login request every single second. its configured right and looks to be successfully authenticated, but it happens too often and our tech would like to be able to set it to happen every minute or every 5 minutes as we assume its for the SMTP server



[#] Thu Sep 01 2022 19:31:13 EDT from ramponderson

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Just tried running citadel from docker, but webcit would exit, returning code 101. My admittidly brief search of the web documentation didn't turn anything up. Any suggestions as to where I can look?



[#] Thu Sep 01 2022 19:33:46 EDT from ramponderson

Subject: Re: Shutting down Citadel

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Thu Sep 01 2022 15:23:00 EDT from Log4JExploit Subject: Shutting down Citadel

Hello dear community,

 

I've been trying to shutdown citadel for over an hour now and i just couldn't

find anything in the documentation or FAQ, so i am asking here..

how can i stop the service from the terminal?

 

Thank you so much for understanding.

 

Kind regards,

Log4JExploit



Are you running on docker or bare metal?



[#] Thu Sep 01 2022 19:46:38 EDT from mrsfeathers

Subject: Slow down LDAP logins?

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Hello! We run citadel with active directory and its been very wonderful but our tech wants to know if theres a way to turn up the time until next LDAP login.. the citadel server creates a login request every single second. its configured right and looks to be successfully authenticated, but it happens too often and our tech would like to be able to set it to happen every minute or every 5 minutes as we assume its for the SMTP server



[#] Fri Sep 02 2022 00:31:03 EDT from Log4JExploit

Subject: Re: Shutting down Citadel

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I'm running my citadel in my Ubuntu VM. So no docker.



[#] Tue Sep 06 2022 09:18:44 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Re: Slow down LDAP logins?

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Hello! We run citadel with active directory and its been very wonderful but our tech wants to know if theres a way to turn up the time until next LDAP login.. the citadel server creates a login request every single second. its configured right and looks to be successfully authenticated, but it happens too often and our tech would like to be able to set it to happen every minute or every 5 minutes as we assume its for the SMTP server

Citadel does not do that unless someone is trying to log in.   Best guess here is that some spammer is trying to brute force your Citadel server via its SMTP port.

Check your logs and figure out who the culprit is, and block their IP address.



[#] Tue Sep 06 2022 09:21:24 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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Just tried running citadel from docker, but webcit would exit, returning code 101. My admittidly brief search of the web documentation didn't turn anything up. Any suggestions as to where I can look?

Exit code 101 means it can't migrate the configuration.  Do you have an old citadel.config file lying around?  If so, try moving it out of the way (somewhere safe-- don't delete it) before starting Citadel.

 



[#] Sun Sep 11 2022 21:39:57 EDT from a4ginatl

Subject: trying to install Citadel on a Raspberry PI.

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Help.

Hope this is the right place to go. If not where should I go?

This is a new PI with Debian's latest OS.

I installed Debian with no problems.

I downloaded and installed Citadel from instructions found on Google or Pi's pages.

The install appears to have completed but when I try to start the server, nothing happens.

What should I do next?

TIA, A4ginatl.

 



[#] Mon Sep 12 2022 09:12:13 EDT from Nurb432

Subject: Re: trying to install Citadel on a Raspberry PI.

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It should auto start. Might want to share the instructions you used. 



[#] Mon Sep 12 2022 09:24:03 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Re: trying to install Citadel on a Raspberry PI.

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Well, for starters, you posted your request for Citadel help in the Lobby, which the support page clearly says not to do. I have moved your request to the Citadel Support room. I hope you find your way here.

You need to let us know where you read the instructions and what installation method you used (Easy Install, Docker, compiled from source, etc). Also if you used the .deb packages in the Raspberry Pi OS repositories you will have to start over, as those packages are very old and unsupported.

[#] Tue Sep 13 2022 20:18:09 EDT from a4ginatl

Subject: Re: trying to install Citadel on a Raspberry PI.

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I lost my reply so starting again.

Today I was able to start Citadel and get the prompt page. However, I must have fat fingered the password because it does not like my password.

I did not use root as its common to all, but for now that was not a good idea.

Whats the best way to reset the password or do I have to install citadel again and use all the defaults?

TIA, A4ginATL.

 



[#] Thu Sep 15 2022 08:20:49 EDT from a4ginatl

Subject: how do I change the root password?

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i DON'T KNOW WHAT THAT PASSORD IS.

How can i change it?

Can it be changed in the password file?

If yes, how do I do that?

 

Thank you

A4GinATL

 



[#] Thu Sep 15 2022 10:21:18 EDT from a4ginatl

Subject: how do I change the root password?

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i DON'T KNOW WHAT THAT PASSORD IS.

How can i change it?

Can it be changed in the password file?

If yes, how do I do that?

 

Thank you

A4GinATL

 



[#] Thu Sep 15 2022 15:39:08 EDT from a4ginatl

Subject: Re: trying to install Citadel on a Raspberry PI.

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Mon Sep 12 2022 09:24:03 AM EDT from IGnatius T Foobar Subject: Re: trying to install Citadel on a Raspberry PI.
Well, for starters, you posted your request for Citadel help in the Lobby, which the support page clearly says not to do. I have moved your request to the Citadel Support room. I hope you find your way here.

You need to let us know where you read the instructions and what installation method you used (Easy Install, Docker, compiled from source, etc). Also if you used the .deb packages in the Raspberry Pi OS repositories you will have to start over, as those packages are very old and unsupported.

Are you saying that I should switch to something like Ubuntu?

Darryl.



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