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I then tried with tclmt.sh tool. Powered by Redmine © 2006-2014 Jean-Philippe Lang Arch Linux HomePackagesForumsWikiBugsAURDownload Index Rules Search Register Login You are not logged in. Return value: #TRUE if no errors where detected while sending the authentication message, #FALSE otherwise. For example a handler that only logs all incoming messages and then pass the message on to another handler wants to have priority %LM_HANDLER_PRIORITY_FIRST.

Send and wait for return. Bitbucket Features Pricing owner/repository English English 日本語 Sign up Log in mcabber-crew Actions Clone Compare Fork Navigation Overview Source Commits Branches Pull requests 65 Issues Downloads Settings HTTPS HTTPS SSH Need Pass #NULL if it shouldn't be freed. There is a blog post reporting and showing a fix for the same error on ArchLinux: http://thedarksite.org/1316693161.htm Maybe this gives a hint for a solution. https://bitbucket.org/McKael/mcabber-crew/issues/41/disconnected-reason-3

I've tried enabling/disabling SSL (server worked with both before), using the git version of loudmouth, using loudmouth with md5digest patch – the error's always the same. Clone in SourceTree Atlassian SourceTree is a free Git and Mercurial client for Windows. Learn how to clone a repository. that (or ssl instead), fingerprinting, and ignoring checks are the only options I can see or find out about, and none of that helps me get mcabber to retrieve and validate

Comment 1 Till Maas 2013-01-30 16:52:27 EST Has this changed compared to previous versions or do you use mcabber with jabber.org now for the first time? The FAQ only says "set the certificates options correctly." in answer to this question, but nowhere is this explained. Check if the is currently open. Notice that can't be open while doing this.

Return value: The reply Definition at line 1920 of file lm-connection.c. { gchar *id; LmMessage *reply = NULL; g_return_val_if_fail (connection != NULL, NULL); g_return_val_if_fail (message != NULL, NULL); if (connection->state < gboolean_lm_connection_old_auth (LmConnection *connection, const gchar *username, const gchar *password, const gchar *resource, GError **errror) Define Documentation #define LM_CONNECTION ( o) (LmConnection *) o; Definition at line 34 of file lm-connection.h. RE: psi client not connecting - Added by kumar vinukonda about 2 years ago I was able to make it work. Clone in SourceTree Atlassian SourceTree is a free Git and Mercurial client for Windows.

typedef struct LmMessageHandler Definition at line 41 of file lm-connection.h. Bug906023 - Mcabber will not connect to jabber.org using TLS/SSL Summary: Mcabber will not connect to jabber.org using TLS/SSL Status: CLOSED INSUFFICIENT_DATA Aliases: None Product: Fedora Classification: Fedora Component: mcabber (Show can be #NULL but must be set before calling lm_connection_open. Definition at line 1618 of file lm-connection.c. { g_return_val_if_fail (connection != NULL, FALSE); return connection->state >= LM_CONNECTION_STATE_AUTHENTICATED; } gboolean lm_connection_is_open ( LmConnection * connection) lm_connection_is_open: : #LmConnection to check if it

Return value: Returns the same connection. https://projects.tigase.org/boards/15/topics/3067 Creates a new closed connection running in a certain context. Return value: #TRUE if no errors where encountered during opening and stream setup successfully, #FALSE otherwise. Return value: the jid Definition at line 1674 of file lm-connection.c. { g_return_val_if_fail (connection != NULL, NULL); return connection->jid; } guint lm_connection_get_keep_alive_rate ( LmConnection * connection) lm_connection_get_keep_alive_rate: : an #LmConnection Get

I'm only having trouble with with mcabber. Add a reference on . Unregisters a handler for . Definition at line 1993 of file lm-connection.c. { HandlerData *hd; g_return_if_fail (connection != NULL); g_return_if_fail (handler != NULL); g_return_if_fail (type != LM_MESSAGE_TYPE_UNKNOWN); hd = g_new0 (HandlerData, 1); hd->priority = priority; hd->handler

Definition at line 2138 of file lm-connection.c. { g_return_val_if_fail (connection != NULL, NULL); connection->ref_count++; return connection; } Here is the caller graph for this function: void lm_connection_register_message_handler ( LmConnection * connection, Definition at line 1157 of file lm-connection.c. { LmConnection *connection; gint i; lm_debug_init (); _lm_sock_library_init (); connection = g_new0 (LmConnection, 1); if (server) { connection->server = _lm_utils_hostname_to_punycode (server); connection->use_srv = FALSE; The second problem is one step further with user authentication. can be #NULL but must be set before calling lm_connection_open().

Definition at line 1273 of file lm-connection.c. { gboolean result; LmConnectionState state; g_return_val_if_fail (connection != NULL, FALSE); connection->open_cb = NULL; connection->blocking = TRUE; result = connection_do_open (connection, error); if (result == I didn't think the two lines (certificate not trusted and the lm_disconnect_reason_error) were related. If you select to allow connection, it should proceed.

Really don't know jack about SSL and certificates, so sorry for not haing tested this beforehand! 2010-01-24T20:59:50+00:00 Anonymous You can still set the ssl_fingerprint, which will be checked even if ssl_ignore_checks=1.

This declares that another handlers should handle the message. * * The return type of an LmMessageHandler. Mikael Berthe mcabber-crew Issues Issues Create issue Issue #41 resolved Disconnected, reason:3->'LM_DISCONNECT_REASON_ERROR' Patrice Peterson created an issue 2010-01-23 The error above appears whenever I try to connect to my server (phcn.de). Atlassian SourceTree is a free Git and Mercurial client for Mac. Return value: Returns #TRUE if no errors was detected during sending, FALSE otherwise.

As for the installation it appears there are 2 "problems". If several handlers have the same priority nothing can be said about the order the handlers will be called in. */ typedef enum { LM_HANDLER_PRIORITY_LAST = 1, LM_HANDLER_PRIORITY_NORMAL = 2, LM_HANDLER_PRIORITY_FIRST Definition at line 2106 of file lm-connection.c. { g_return_val_if_fail (connection != NULL, LM_CONNECTION_STATE_CLOSED); return connection->state; } Here is the caller graph for this function: gboolean lm_connection_is_authenticated ( LmConnection * connection) lm_connection_is_authenticated: Reload to refresh your session.

But the conference server says it is unavailable, there's no mailing list, and I could not find the answer here or in any documentation.