[Juser] jabber.org read error
Yellow_onion at orcon.net.nz
Fri Feb 8 23:05:41 CST 2008
Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
> Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
>> Daniel wrote:
>>> im having read errors with the jabber.org server which cause a
>>> disconnection with the jabber.org server using Pidgin 2.3.1
>>> Gtalk account works fine I've had this problem for ages
>>> (18:37:03) sasl: Mechs found: DIGEST-MD5 PLAIN
>>> (18:37:03) sasl: No worthy mechs found
>> Evidently your configuration does not think that DIGEST-MD5 is a worthy
>> authentication mechanism, which is odd since that's pretty secure. I'll
>> ask my Pidgin developer friends if they have seen this problem.
> I asked one of the Pidgin developers and he said:
> [14:20:18] <stpeter> is there a known problem with pidgin and jabber.org
> regarding acceptable auth mechanisms?
> [14:20:28] <stpeter> someone told me they couldn't log in using PLAIN or MD5
> [14:21:17] <deryni> Not that I'm aware of. I just logged in with
> DIGEST-MD5 here.
> [14:21:22] <stpeter> ok
> [14:21:23] <stpeter> thanks
> [14:21:30] <stpeter> I'll ask this person to try to reproduce it
> [14:21:39] <deryni> If they are using linux, make sure they have the
> appropriate sasl2 modules packages installed.
> [14:22:00] <deryni> They are often separate from sasl itself, causing it
> to work but have no mech support.
> As discussed here:
I'm Running Ubuntu both the offical ubuntu pidgin and debuntu packages
don't work i have libsasl2-2 installed and libsasl2-modules. GTalk works
> (17:52:19) *sasl:* Mechs found: PLAIN X-GOOGLE-TOKEN
> (17:52:19) *jabber:* Sending (ssl): <auth
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