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[#] Thu Jan 05 2023 17:18:34 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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Can someone refresh me on exactly how you set up ssh so that it
automatically loads citserver on a client establishing a SSH session?

Do you mean that you want to connect to the text mode client when a user connects with SSH?

If so, create a system account (usually called `bbs`) with no password, and make its shell `/usr/local/citadel/citadel`.

[#] Thu Jan 05 2023 21:30:09 EST from ParanoidDelusions

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That is what I meant - I forgot how to set a user's shell. I'm sure it is a . file in their home directory, right? 

The thing has been so rock-solid on Proxmox I've gotten rusty on Linux again. 

But I figured out all my problems. Well, not all of them - but the ones that were troubling me today. I always do that, I come running here freaking out, hoping for answers from you experts, then while I'm waiting, I eff around with it until I figure it out myself. It is like a ritual for me at this point. 

 

Thu Jan 05 2023 17:18:34 EST from IGnatius T Foobar
Can someone refresh me on exactly how you set up ssh so that it
automatically loads citserver on a client establishing a SSH session?

Do you mean that you want to connect to the text mode client when a user connects with SSH?

If so, create a system account (usually called `bbs`) with no password, and make its shell `/usr/local/citadel/citadel`.

 



[#] Fri Jan 06 2023 09:44:11 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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That is what I meant - I forgot how to set a user's shell. I'm sure
it is a . file in their home directory, right? 

It's one of the fields in /etc/passwd

[#] Fri Jan 06 2023 17:55:03 EST from s3cr3to to Citadel_Support <room_Citadel_Support@uncensored.citadel.org>

Subject: Re: Hey ParanoidDelusions, did you known Obsidian?

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Hey ParanoidDelusions,

"Have a look at Obsidian, it’s a very interesting personal Note-Taker, and much more than an editor!
It’s free, runs almost anywhere…"- (Tip from Andy Wismer)

https://obsidian.md/

 

Regards!



[#] Fri Jan 13 2023 17:21:35 EST from HarlowSolutions

Subject: Re: Citadel Development

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How do I join the forum?



[#] Sat Jan 14 2023 12:27:29 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Re: Citadel Development

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How do I join the forum?

Go to the hidden room called "Citadel Development".

[#] Sat Jan 21 2023 12:03:40 EST from hboot

Subject: The connection was reset (bug?)

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Hello Fellas,

Have set up citadel for use with my private email domains and such and am using plusnet's relay server (relay.plus.net) for sending email.

Have encountered that whenever I send mail my Connection gets reset according to my browser. This is quite annoying though the emails seem to get delivered all right.

Anyone got any advice? Here is a screenshot of what appears after I press Send message :

(This happens on all browsers)



[#] Sat Jan 21 2023 15:45:50 EST from moltra

Subject: SMTP Banner Mismatch

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How do I set up SMTP Banner Mismatch in Citadel?



[#] Sun Jan 22 2023 19:44:29 EST from moltra

Subject: opendkim

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has anyone gotten opendkim to work with Citadel?

 

I am getting an login failure when I enable the opendkim as a smart host in Citadel



[#] Mon Jan 23 2023 14:38:55 EST from yjlion

Subject: Re: opendkim

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I use postfix as a MTA with opendkim, and opendmarc as a milter https://citadel.org/configuring_postfix_to_validate_email_addresses_against_a_citadel_server.html 

Change Citadel port 25 to say 2525

Install postfix

Setup postfix to send the email to citadel

Configure Citadel to relay out through postfix (smarthost 127.0.0.1:25)

Sun Jan 22 2023 07:44:29 PM EST from moltra Subject: opendkim

has anyone gotten opendkim to work with Citadel?

 

I am getting an login failure when I enable the opendkim as a smart host in Citadel



 



[#] Wed Jan 25 2023 10:57:33 EST from moltra

Subject: Re: opendkim

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Thanks, I thought about installing Postfix, but was not sure of the benefits and problems doing so.

 

I install it tonight,



[#] Wed Jan 25 2023 11:00:16 EST from moltra

Subject: Sent emails showing as unread in Thunderbird

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I am not sure if this is a Thunderbird issue or a Citadel issue, but when I send an email either from Thunderbird or Citadel it shows up as unread in the sent folder on both places. 

Also new contacts are highlighted in the Folders is there a way to "Read" them?



[#] Wed Jan 25 2023 12:17:41 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Re: Sent emails showing as unread in Thunderbird

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I am not sure if this is a Thunderbird issue or a Citadel issue, but when
I
send an email either from Thunderbird or Citadel it shows up as unread in
the
sent folder on both places. 

Thunderbird saves a copy of sent mail by default. Citadel does this too on the server side.

Turn it off in Thunderbird and you will be fine.

[#] Fri Jan 27 2023 12:45:15 EST from moltra

Subject: Re: Sent emails showing as unread in Thunderbird

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Thanks for all your help.



[#] Tue Jan 31 2023 09:37:54 EST from fdh

Subject: Dependencies issue with easy install

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Hi there, using parrot OS as my main base to install citadel unto (debian based) and i'm getting some dependencies issues.

yeeeesss.... I know I am new to linux, and yeeesss, I know this is something that requires advanced knowledge of linux, and yeeesss, I know I could have gotten a clean bullseye debian distro to work with - I am learning and I learn by fixing issues, at least thats the idea here.

In any event, could someone point me to the issue here?  Looks like my packages are newer but the easy install script won't recognize them?

 

The following packages have unmet dependencies:

 libcurl4-openssl-dev : Depends: libcurl4 (= 7.74.0-1.3+deb11u5) but 7.87.0-2~bpo11+1 is to be installed

 libldap2-dev : Depends: libldap-2.4-2 (= 2.4.57+dfsg-3+deb11u1) but 2.4.59+dfsg-1~bpo11+1 is to be installed

E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.

 Citadel Easy Install is aborting. 

 The last few lines above this message may indicate what went wrong. 

 Linux Debian parrot( 6.0.0-12parrot1-amd64 x86_64) 

 
I've fixed this issue a few times by changing the install scripts to point to the bullseye distro of debian, unsure how to do that here.....
I'd rather not revert to older packages just for this system if possible?


[#] Tue Jan 31 2023 10:13:21 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Re: Dependencies issue with easy install

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Maybe just run the containerized version instead?

[#] Tue Jan 31 2023 10:26:15 EST from fdh

Subject: Re: Dependencies issue with easy install

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if I run this in a VM or docker or whatnot I will need to dabble in port forwarding, nginx, SSL, and that will be another huge headache for me.  I'd rather have this run straight out of the box so i can by-pass the networking side of it as much as possible.



[#] Tue Jan 31 2023 10:26:57 EST from fdh

Subject: Re: Dependencies issue with easy install

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Is the only way to proceed here to either install an older version of the packages, or run a container?



[#] Tue Jan 31 2023 19:16:37 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Re: Dependencies issue with easy install

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if I run this in a VM or docker or whatnot I will need to dabble in
port forwarding, nginx, SSL, and that will be another huge headache

I understand your concern. You want server software to simply open up ports on the host machine instead of having to forward the ports through a container orchestration layer.

If you use Docker, you can launch the container with `--network host` and the container will operate in the host system's network namespace. That means you don't have to forward ports for example, from eth0 to docker0 or whatever.
The ports offered by the container simply listen on 0.0.0.0 or ::1 on the host system (assuming, of course, that there are no other programs listening on those ports).

If you really have a strong preference to use the Easy Install build, I would suggest that you extract the `apt install` command from the Easy Install script and just execute it at the command line, and work out what it takes to get those packages installed without having to launch a Citadel install with each attempt. I don't know much about your particular Linux distribution but maybe someone else here does?

[#] Wed Feb 01 2023 23:36:43 EST from LadySerenaKitty

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Server-side mail filtering has issues.

1.  SpamAssassin headers seem to be ignored.

2.  One of my mail filters is a regex.  It should match, but doesn't seem be working.

> If [From] Matches "([^@]+)@([0-9]+)\.([a-z]+)" [Move message to] [Spam]



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