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64 bit linux binary really 32 bit?
  06/01-08:23 . 3992  Eric Lenio <pi4gabdyi-vhnmk2drz2tr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [13]
  Hi Yutaka: It seems like the prepackaged 64 bit linux binary is really 32 bit: root@foundation delegate # file linux64-dg linux64-dg: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, Intel 80386, version 1 (SYSV), for GN
  06/01-08:39 . 3993  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [29]
  Hi, <URL:ftp://ftp.delegate.org/pub/DeleGate/download.html> The naming of the binaries might be confusing but it is just a binary with 64bits file size capability. It is not supported on Linux by th
Windows Integrated Authentication
  06/03-21:32 . 3994  "Nagel, Willy" <ptihqbdyi-vhnmk2drz2tr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [54]
  Hi Yutaka, I have setup a server with IIS 6.0 and enabled Integrated Windows Authentication. I have setup delegate with the following config file: -Pip_to_listen_on:443 ADMIN=admin@address.. DGROOT=
  06/06-17:43 . 3995  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [50]
  Hi, Conveying NTLM authentication over HTTP seems be defined in RFC4559 and the RFC seems requiring proxies to add a magic field Proxy-support: Session-Based-Authentication to the 401 response messa
delegated reload very slow most of time.
  06/09-16:49 . 3996  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [33]
  Hi, No, it is disabled by default. The value of the RES_VRFY is not yet defined (I think maybe I thought it should be a list of addresses to be verified) so just the existence of RES_VRFY= indicates
Windows Integrated Authentication
  06/10-22:55 . 3997  "Nagel, Willy" <ptihqbdyi-vhnmk2drz2tr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [605]
  Hi Yutaka, This doesn't seem to resolve the issue. Maybe you have another clue? Here's what appears in the logfile (beneath this logfile are results when not using the HTTPCONF add-rhead value): 06/
FW: [DeleGate-En] Windows Integrated Authentication
  06/10-23:42 . 3998  "Nagel, Willy" <ptihqbdyi-vhnmk2drz2tr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [604]
  Hi Yutaka, This doesn't seem to resolve the issue. Maybe you have another clue? Here's what appears in the logfile (beneath this logfile are results when not using the HTTPCONF add-rhead value): 06/
  06/11-21:08 . 3999  "Nagel, Willy" <ptihqbdyi-vhnmk2drz2tr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [602]
  Hi Yutaka, This doesn't seem to resolve the issue. Maybe you have another clue? Here's what appears in the logfile (beneath this logfile are results when not using the HTTPCONF add-rhead value): 06/
ftp/tls +PASV +NAT
  06/12-04:56 . 4000  Darin Perusich <puahqbdyi-vhnmk2drz2tr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [34]
  Hello, I've read a few post on the mail-list about ftp/ssl connection timeouts when trying to establish passive connections to an ftp/tls server behind a firewall, though I don't believe these addre
  06/15-18:14 . 4001  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [45]
  First, if possible, you shoud setup your client to use EPSV instread of PASV. Unlike PASV, the EPSV response does not include the address of the FTP server but only shows the port number, like "229
  06/17-05:14 . 4003  Darin Perusich <puahqbdyi-vhnmk2drz2tr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [28]
  The server I'm connecting to doesn't support EPSV mode so this won't work. They are running a rather old version of WS_FTP. I tried setting this but it didn't make any difference, the connection sti
  06/17-10:06 . 4004  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [63]
  The command for data-connection establishment is hop-by-hop thus the command with the server is independent from the one with the client. For example, it can be EPSV with client and PASV with the se
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