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SOCKMUX
  12/17-14:11 . 4270  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [40]
___ Hi, I'm not sure what is "my example" but as you noticed, the host:port value of the SOCKS parameter is not cared in the current implementation and something like SOCKS="-:0" also works. A SOCKS par
-Etw option causes random disconnections with tcprelay.
  12/22-14:04 . 4271  "Sunil S" <pv4iabdyi-elpg7apaimhr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [494]
___ Dear Yutaka, I run a specialist (tcprelay) on one of my boxes. Clients are able to connect to it for a short duration (a couple of minutes maximum) after which connection to client is closed unexpec
  12/22-18:07 . 4272  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [46]
___ Hi, I could reproduce it on Linux. It was caused by the stack-overflow in the small stack of a thread to watch the timeout. It will be fixed by extending the stack as the enclosed patch in the next
problem comiling HPUX 11.23
  12/24-00:06 . 4273  "Bambic, David (Penske)" <pweiabdyi-elpg7apaimhr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [272]
___ I am trying to compile on HPUX 11.23 and I get the filling errors. delegate9.9.0. Itried prevous release and get the same error. sh make-init.sh rm: src/_builtin.c non-existent rm: src/builtin.o non
  12/24-00:37 . 4274  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [32]
___ "-x" is a option supported in gcc (and maybe in other C compilers) to specify the source language of the compiler. Thus "-x c++" specifies compiling DeleGate as a program of C++. If you have gcc ins
-Etw option causes random disconnectionswith tcprelay.
  12/24-00:49 . 4275  "Sunil S" <pv4iabdyi-elpg7apaimhr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [86]
___ Dear Yutaka, Thanx for the prompt solution (as usual!). It is now working as expected. Warm regards, Sunil Sunil S Manager - Data Centre, Petroleum House Annexe - 2, Hindustan Petroleum Corporation
problem comiling HPUX 11.23
  12/24-00:59 . 4276  "Bambic, David (Penske)" <pweiabdyi-elpg7apaimhr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [141]
___ I tried : sh make-init.sh rm: src/_builtin.c non-existent rm: src/builtin.o non-existent rm: src/version.o non-existent rm: gen/bldsign.h non-existent ../mkcpp ../include/dglib.h ../gen/dglib.h -- m
  12/24-01:17 . 4277  "Bambic, David (Penske)" <pweiabdyi-elpg7apaimhr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [85]
___ I now tried with gcc with : make CC=gcc gcc -O2 -x c++ -DQS -I../gen -I../include -O -c reshost.c -o reshost.o reshost.c: In function 'int gethostbynameaddr_sys(const char*, int, int, char**, const
  12/24-02:00 . 4278  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [29]
___ Upgrading your HP-UX to support IPv6 is recommended. Or the fllowing is a workaround to escape the problem. <URL:http://www.delegate.org/mail-lists/delegate-en/3204> Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <
  12/24-02:25 . 4279  "Bambic, David (Penske)" <pweiabdyi-elpg7apaimhr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [55]
___ I am trying the workaround : Not sure where I should put the statement at in the resolvy/reshost.c file? I still get : reshost.c:100: error: 'gethostbyname2' was not declared in this scope reshost.c
  12/24-02:33 . 4280  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [35]
___ Anywhere before it is referred. Before the definition of gethostbynameaddr_sys() for example. Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <y.sato@delegate.org> http://delegate.org/y.sato/ ( ~ ) National Institut
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