[JDEV] Newbie: Who should be using the jabber software ?

John P. Looney jplooney-jabber at online.ie
Wed Nov 24 06:21:34 CST 1999

On Tue, Nov 23, 1999 at 02:34:58PM -0600, Thomas Charron mentioned:
> >  The machine only has the one IP address. I can telnet localhost 5269, and
> > get a connection fine. Hmm. Must be something wrong with jserver's config
> > then. Maybe it's trying to connect elsewhere...
>   Your command line was using a secret of 'bing'?

 hey...it's only a test box :)

> >  The jserver.xml file is:
> > <transport id='jabber' namespace="jabber:server" secret='smeg' 
> >         dso='/usr/remote/packages/jabber-transport/lib/jabber/jserver.so'>
>   (PPst.  I think it's already RUNNING..  ;-P)
>   The above line lists the transport as a dso transport, which is *TADA* is 
> most likely automatically loading into memory FOR you.  Try to telnet localhost 
> 5222.  If you get a connection, jserver is already loaded.  That's the wonders 
> of the dso usage.  It loads it using shared memory instead of connecting via a 
> socket.

 That is so cool. But, er...it wasn't documented :) Or at least I couldn't
see it.

 Right. So I've got etherxd running, and seemingly starting up jserver.so
It's printing:


 on startup though. Etherxd isn't printing much of interest. Can i get
jserver to printout more useful debugging stuff, seeing as it's being
loaded as a shared library, not as a program ?


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