On Mon, May 15, 2006 at 04:29:12PM -0500, Jason Garrett wrote:
> On 5/15/06, Gary Kline <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >
> >        Can anybody offer some insights about an IM suite (ports/net-im)
> >        called jwchat?  It looks like a useable way to chat, but I'm
> >        having lots of troubles wiht getting it set up correctly.
> >
> >        My test setup is on sage.thought.org.  An immediate problem is that
> >        when I point mozilla at "sage.thought.org/jwchat/ it takes quite
> >        awhile to load, then all  that shows is an empty page.
> >
> >        Anybody??
> >
> >        gary
> >
> >        PS:  From looking at the apache logs, it looks like things are
> >             going
> http://jwchat.sourceforge.net  is where I started from and had a
> succesful install within a day or so. It took some crafty apache
> config sections but all in all it wasnt bad. Make sure you have a
> jabber server though!

        Are you running apache-1.3?  I am, but the examples the jwchat
        site has are for v2 of apache.  I finally used the <Virtual *>
        example, put it into the apache httpd.conf and I finally 
        stopped getting a 404  err.  

        The jabber daemon:: *yes*.  A few hours ago I found the FAQ 
        pages on the ejabberd site and realized I needed not only to
        add/modify several strings but uncomment them.  "%" isn't
        normally used as a comment token.

        JWchat looks like it'll serve well ... if I ever get the
        bloody thing set up!

        thanks for your help,


        PS: the chap who was helping me via message board has to think
            i'm a moron ... won't be the 1st time:-)


   Gary Kline     [EMAIL PROTECTED]   www.thought.org     Public service Unix

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