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Re: [leafnode-list] 1.9.37 problems on FreeBSD
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Kevin Stevens <omniweb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> Fetchnews works fine, texpire works fine.
> I ran the upgrade script referenced in the INSTALL doc.
> make test works fine.
> Problem is that when I connect to leafnode with a news client, I see new
> messages updated, and if I enter the newsgroup I can see the article
> header. When I attempt to read/retrieve the body of the article I get
> no response.
> I'm seeing this problem both on a remote machine (an OS X box running MT
> NewsWatcher), and the server itself (running pine).
> What's confusing to me is that if I just do a telnet connection to port
> 119 (from either machine), I can enter Article and Body commands and
> retrieve the article bodies with no problem. I had been guessing I had
> permission/ownership problems with the news account, but this seems to
> eliminate that.
The root of this problem is the response code leafnode 1.9.37 on FreeBSD
(and other systems that don't have a correct snprintf implementation)
issues is ### rather than 220 to 223 for the ARTICLE command. PINE
doesn't understand that code (and it doesn't need to) and refuses to
display the data it has received. The fresh leafnode 1.9.38 fixes the
bug on FreeBSD 4-STABLE for me; until the port is fixed, you can get a
binary package for Pentium-class machines running FreeBSD 4 from
The package has been built on 4-STABLE (post 4.8-RELEASE), the MD5
digest is 392ee23c65e463a5a423c8d64783e57b.
leafnode-1 download: http://sourceforge.net/projects/leafnode/
leafnode-1 docs/new: http://mandree.home.pages.de/leafnode/
leafnode-2 homepage: http://mandree.home.pages.de/leafnode/beta/
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