On 04/30/05(02:27) you "damir" <damir@wisp-hr..> wrote
|> I tested it on my WinXP machine.
|> dg8_11_3.exe -vv ADMIN=me@here -P8119 SERVER=nntp MOUNT="= nntp://-.-/"
|> It started without problem. Then posted an article by hand with
|> telnet on unix (or on Cygwin).
|Hm ... I try exactly like you , but it stop ... here:
|<WIN> 18:45 (5152) senonblockingSocket <15,1> =0
|19:19:00.82 (5152) 0+0: AcceptByMain: Timeout <Children=0, timeout=15>
I did copy & paste the line on my Win2K machine and got like this:
05/01 13:00:54.26  0+0: --INITIALIZATION DONE: 8.11.3 on WindowsNT--
(WIN) 00:54  setNonblockingSocket(15,1)=0
05/01 13:01:09.28  0+0: AcceptByMain: TIMEOUT(children=0, timeout=15)
This is very usual log output from DeleGate right after it has started
and is waiting a request from a client.
It stays stopped until a request will come from a client, of course.
|It looks that delegate need some .dll or something .ocx ... wherever
|...which is not present under win 2000 ...
|Any idea ?
Why do you think so? As long as I know, it runs commonly on any Win32
architecture, especially on WinNT series.
|Hmm. So I examined the active file of the newsgroup "test.group" at
|DGROOT/etc/news/groups/test.group (DGROOT is "C:/Program Files/DeleGate"
|by default) It was like this:
|00000 00000 0 X C:/Program Files/DeleGate/cache/nntp/-.-/spool/test/group
|Both the drive symbol ":" and the space character is not cared.
By the way, I coped with this ":" and SPACE problem in 9.0.1-ALPHA,
which is distributed at ftp://ftp.delegate.org/pub/DeleGate/alpha/
You don't need edit a group file manually with this version and later.
D G Yutaka Sato <email@example.com> http://delegate.org/y.sato/
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