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README.md

jabberd2

Jabber Open Source Server (2.x)

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Thanks for downloading jabberd2. Below are some basic instructions to get you started. Complete documentation is available at http://jabberd2.org/

-- the jabberd team

Required packages:

Optional packages:

Build:

% ./configure
% make
% make install

Options to ./configure:

% ./configure --help
[...]

Configure:

Edit $prefix/etc/(router|sm|c2s|s2s).xml to taste. In particular, make sure you setup for your choice of data storage correctly. If you're using the Berkeley DB backend, you'll need to create /var/run/jabberd and sets its permissions so that the server processes can find it.

If you're using a SQL backend, you'll need to create an account for the server to use, and create the tables. Load db-setup.mysql or db-setup.pgsql from the tools/ directory into your database to do this.

If you plan to use the jabberd wrapper script, make sure you look at the paths in the $prefix/etc/jabber/jabberd.cfg.

Run:

You can either run all of the pieces separately:

% $prefix/bin/router &
% $prefix/bin/s2s &
% $prefix/bin/sm &
% $prefix/bin/c2s &

Or you can run them all from the jabberd wrapper script:

% $prefix/jabberd &

All the processes can take the following switches:

-c use an alternate config file
-D output lots of debugging info (if compiled with --enable-debug)

Upgrade:

Please see NEWS file.

Support:

When requesting assistance, please note that the following things can provide useful information which may assist with finding your problem:

  • debug logs (compile with --enable-debug and run with -D)
  • running components seperately (ie without the wrapper script)
  • config.log

Please try to provide as much relevant information as possible when reporting problems - it will make helping you much easier.

jabberd - Jabber Open Source Server
Copyright (c) 2002-2012 Jeremie Miller, Thomas Muldowney,
                        Ryan Eatmon, Robert Norris, Tomasz Sterna.

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
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program with the OpenSSL library and distribute the resulting binary.

subst/snprintf.c and util/base64.c were originally taken from the Apache web server project. Originally copyright (c) 1995-2003 Apache Software Foundation.

util/md5.c was taken from Ghostscript. Originally copyright (c) 1999-2002 Aladdin Enterprises.

util/sha1.c was taken from Mozilla. Originally copyright (c) 1995-1999 Cryptography Research, Inc.

subst/getopt.[ch] was taken from GNU Libc. Originally copyright (c) 1987-1993 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

subst/gettimeofday.c was taken from PostgreSQL. Originally copyright (c) 2003 SRA, Inc. & SKC, Inc.

subst/syslog.[ch] was taken from Bind. Originally copyright (c) 2001 Internet Software Consortium.

subst/inet_aton.c Originally copyright (c) 1995-1997 Kungliga Teniska Hogskolan

subst/ip6_misc.h Originally copyright (c) 1993,1994,1997 The Regents of the University of California.

subst/dirent.[ch] Originally copyright (c) 1997,2003 Kevlin Henney.