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Old 09 September 2007, 00:22   #1
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Problem With Amimsn

hi people

i have a problem with amimsn, i have the latest release installed plus all the libs etc. this is the first time i have used this program.

i am using easynet from amigakit, on my tower,bppc 060 med 1200sx 10/100 fast ethernet to my pc`s broadband router.
there`s no problem with my connection.
when i start amimsn, it tries to connect to msn, up pops a rx socket error box. saying No TCP/IP stack is running
a bsdsocket.library compatable
internet stack must be started
before you can use this function

when i close this box, the error is
command on line 90 returned 15 :function not found sock=socket("INET","STREAM")

has anyone else had this problem ?
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Old 31 August 2009, 20:32   #2
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Unhappy

I'm also trying to get this program working, I've managet to install anything it required but it exit after connecting:

Code:
c  ___            _ __  __ ____  _   _
 / _ \ _ __ ___ (_)  \/  / ___|| \ | |
| |_| | '_ ` _ \| | |\/| \___ \|  \| |
|  _  | | | | | | | |  | |___) | |\  |
|_| |_|_| |_| |_|_|_|  |_|____/|_| \_|

Amiga MSN Messenger client 1.0
2009 Michael Trebilcock

Initializing:

OS4 not detected. Using 68k binaries
and workarounds.

Checking necessary requirements..
Loading configuration file..

Connecting to messenger.hotmail.com on port 1863, please wait..
Connected, logging in..

Received transfer request..
Closed current connection.

Connecting to 64.4.34.55 on port 1863, please wait..
Connected, logging in..

Authorizing at login.live.com, please wait..
Unable to obtain ticket from login.live.com
I have 2 different account one on live msn and the only things that changes is the resolver IP...

any cloues?

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Old 01 September 2009, 09:32   #3
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Well the error message is actually displayed up the top (I guess I forgot to make it Exit).

It says OpenSSL not found. I guess you missed it! The other thing, you need a modern WinUAE, if you're using WinUAE, with built-in TCP: device (only used during login process).

Edit: You may also have to reboot after putting OpenSSL in C: ... but I did try to make sure that that wasn't necessary. Any error message is meant to cause all active connections and files to be closed... but i'm not sure about that particular message. The use of OpenSSL is new.
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Oh sorry! I just realized that in my infinite dumbness I've pasted the text from a wrong log file! shame on me!

Now I've updated it

Thanx a lot for replying anyway!
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Check also SabreMsn if wanting another software for testing (or using)..
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I'm trying that too, but me and a friend are compiling a .HDF with minimal RAM requirement to be able to network with a minimum of 4mb, so this program could help us.
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Old 02 September 2009, 06:17   #7
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Check openssl.tmp in ram:t/ . Paste all output. Obfuscate any private info.

Also, are these IDs hotmail, msn.com or other?

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Old 02 September 2009, 18:54   #8
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OK

it seems like Openssl is invoked wrongly...

Code:
openssl:Error: '*>NIL:' is an invalid command.

Standard commands
asn1parse      ca             ciphers        crl            crl2pkcs7      
dgst           dh             dhparam        dsa            dsaparam       
enc            errstr         gendh          gendsa         genrsa         
nseq           ocsp           passwd         pkcs12         pkcs7          
pkcs8          prime          rand           req            rsa            
rsautl         s_client       s_server       s_time         sess_id        
smime          speed          spkac          verify         version        
x509           

Message Digest commands (see the `dgst' command for more details)
md2            md4            md5                           rmd160         
sha            sha1           

Cipher commands (see the `enc' command for more details)
aes-128-cbc    aes-128-ecb    aes-192-cbc    aes-192-ecb    aes-256-cbc    
aes-256-ecb    base64         bf             bf-cbc         bf-cfb         
bf-ecb         bf-ofb         cast           cast-cbc       cast5-cbc      
cast5-cfb      cast5-ecb      cast5-ofb      des            des-cbc        
des-cfb        des-ecb        des-ede        des-ede-cbc    des-ede-cfb    
des-ede-ofb    des-ede3       des-ede3-cbc   des-ede3-cfb   des-ede3-ofb   
des-ofb        des3           desx                                         
                                             rc2            rc2-40-cbc     
rc2-64-cbc     rc2-cbc        rc2-cfb        rc2-ecb        rc2-ofb        
rc4            rc4-40

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What version of OS3 and shell-handler do you have? This is a solveable problem. You can remove the *>NIL: part from the script. It is not invoked wrong but is perhaps unsupported with the shell you are using. Bash shell has ways to redirect STDERR to null so I could work around it if I need to.

Make sure the script is exactly 7 bytes smaller after removing *>NIL: .. If not, then it didn't save properly.

Edit: Might not be called shell-handler (can't check at the moment). Try "version shell" or something. or shell-seg

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ok, I get this message:

Connecting to 207.46.125.58 on port 1863, please wait..
Connected, logging in..

Authorizing at login.live.com, please wait..
Command on line 230 returned 18 : Invalid argument to function Buf2=ReadCh(RSFile,10000)


Shell version reports 40.2
kickstart 40.63
workbench 40.42
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Old 07 September 2009, 01:33   #11
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Ok I think I still have an old version that uses stunnel to log in instead of OpenSSL. I'll cut and paste it into the current version and you can try that.

Give me 12 hours or so then i'll e-mail it.
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Old 07 September 2009, 14:47   #13
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thanx a lot
No probs. Check the website now. (The OS3.1 link)
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Nice!

The thing goes further but it stops saying I need and FPU to run the Ixemu.library that I have.

Now I'm trying to find a suitable one in aminet
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Old 08 September 2009, 01:31   #15
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You do need an FPU though. Stunnel has been compiled needing an 020 and FPU and linked with OpenSSL with the same requirements.

If you get it working without an FPU i'd be shocked.

By the way, if you see stunnel.pid before AmiMSN is running, you should delete it. I never did end up putting that check in. Don't delete the .rnd

I'm going to look into if cURL is able to do the login too.
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KONEY, there is a new OS3.1 specific version on the site now that uses cURL.

If it doesn't work, there's no hope! Remember to configure AmiMSN.cfg properly (just change user and pass is fine).
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ok! i'll do that test too!

thanx a lot!
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Old 08 September 2009, 16:41   #18
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Don't forget ixnet and ixemul go together. ixnet.library is in the ixemul archive.
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