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how to authenticate admins by other means than identd or ftp ?
  08/10-12:33 . 3050  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [57]
___ Hi, If your host of DeleGate runs FTP server, then you can use it for the authentication with an AUTH parameter as this: AUTH="admin:*:dgadmin@localhost" Username: dgadmin Password: the password for
  08/11-18:15 . 3051  Armin Wies <p44fqbdyi-h3lizqsnyz3r.ml@ml.delegate.org> [96]
___ Hi Yutaka, thank you for your reply. OK, I've set up a ftp-server in order to test this. One can minimize the security risk when binding the ftp-server to the loopback-interface. But anyway, isn't i
  08/11-20:40 . 3052  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [124]
___ Hi, "/-/admin" was tentatively implemented in 1995 in DeleGate/2.6.0, when there were not SSL, PAM, Digest Authentication, and ... After 10 years of leaving, now I'm reviewing and extending the remo
  08/12-20:01 . 3053  Armin Wies <p44fqbdyi-h3lizqsnyz3r.ml@ml.delegate.org> [73]
___ Hi Yutaka, feedback@delegate.org schrieb am 11.08.05 13:40:28: Great, I'm looking forward to the next release :-) I included the patch, but somehow -pam does not work for me: 08/12 12:47:12.35 [5231
  08/13-06:26 . 3054  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [38]
___ PAM authentication not for the owner user of DeleGate process requires to be executed in super user ownership. So one of followings will solve the problem: - run the DeleGate with OWNER=dgadmin - ru
  08/16-15:01 . 3055  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [24]
___ Hi, I uploaded DeleGate/9.0.5-pre1 to ftp://ftp.delegate.org/pub/DeleGate/alpha/. With this version, you can do like this: delegated -P8080,9999/admin AUTH="admin:-list{user:pass}" SERVER=http "/adm
  08/18-19:23 . 3056  Armin Wies <p44fqbdyi-h3lizqsnyz3r.ml@ml.delegate.org> [193]
___ Hi Yutaka, Who is the owner of the DG process ? I thought it is "nobody" by default... I am "root", run DG and do a "ps" and I see that the owner of the DG process is "nobody". But even if I set a p
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  08/22-07:39 . 3057  TuXsOuL <p6efqbdyi-h3lizqsnyz3r.ml@ml.delegate.org> [100]
___ Hi, my name is mario, i'm from mxico, i like DeleGate read few about, is a cool project. I using DeleGate for a school project, example network structure: /---\ /---\ \---/ \---/ | | /---\ | Server
  08/23-06:38 . 3058  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [56]
___ The server's log shows the source IP address of the host of the client with which the TCP connection to the server is establised. Thus the address cannot be other than the address of the (last) prox
delegate8.11.5 on Solaris 2.6
  08/25-16:43 . 3059  John Briggs <p6mfqbdyi-h3lizqsnyz3r.ml@ml.delegate.org> [16]
___ Hello Yutaka I had a issue compiling 8.11.5 on my poor old Solaris 2.6 box. vsaddr.cc:198: implicit declaration of function `int inet_aton(...)' So I added this to vsaddr.c int inet_aton(const char
trying to build using visual studio
  08/27-07:08 . 3060  jack wu <p6qfqbdyi-h3lizqsnyz3r.ml@ml.delegate.org> [14]
___ Hi Yutaka, i am new to Delegate so this might be an old question for you. i have downloaded all the src and i am trying to load everything in to my visual studio. so i am a little confused by the di
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