[jdev] JEP-0096 implemementations?
ddsell at msn.com
Sat Mar 27 18:20:42 CST 2004
Hey Justin, thanks for the reply... and sorry for being so ambiguous. Yes,
I was referring to jabberd v1.x.
I was originally looking into implementing a solution using JEP-0003 (PASS),
and then JEP-0065, but after looking into it some more, it appeared that
JEP-0096 was the "modern way to go".
I'm running FreeBSD 4.4 on a VPS account -- I couldn't get Twisted installed
(which proxy65 relies on) and working correctly, so I started looking for
another solution. (I know there's a Twisted port for FreeBSD, but the latest
port is too old - at least based on the requirements listed in proxy65).
Perhaps the easiest thing to do is to scrap FreeBSD, and go with Red Hat.
For some reason I'm having a tough time implementing file transfers via a
proxy (using a VPS or cheap dedicated server at a hosting provider). Any
one have a working implementation or recommendations?
>From: Justin Karneges <justin-keyword-jabber.093179 at affinix.com>
>Reply-To: Jabber software development list <jdev at jabber.org>
>To: Jabber software development list <jdev at jabber.org>
>Subject: Re: [jdev] JEP-0096 implemementations?
>Date: Sat, 27 Mar 2004 13:39:00 -0800
>On Saturday 27 March 2004 7:53 am, Dustin Sell wrote:
> > I'm looking to implement a Jabber server (v1.x) supporting file
>v1.x of what? jabberd? There are many jabber servers, you know. :)
>In any case, I don't know what you mean about a jabber server supporting
>transfers. If you're talking about the ability to relay transfers via
>(which is actually jep-0065, by the way), then you might want the proxy65
> > (on a related note, does Jabber2 have jep-0096 functionality out of the
> > box?)
>If you mean jabberd2 and the proxy facility, then no, I don't believe this
>built-in. But maybe proxy65 works with it?
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