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Can not make from source : undefined reference to `forkpty'
  05/01-20:50 . 5060  Yutaka Sato DG <> [206]
___ Hi, I uploaded DeleGate/9.9.8-pre23 as "". Please try it. Yutaka 2014-05-01 14:03 GMT+09:00 XiaokangWang <
Can not make from source : undefined reference to `forkpty' (Solution found)
  05/03-23:31 . 5061  XiaokangWang <> [121]
___ The problem was solved already. After a deeper googleing, and spent more time on this issue, I've found a fix for this. I don't actually know how it actually fixed through, but seems that some other
DeleGate/9.9.8 (STABLE) -- fixes and extensions especially around FTP
  05/12-16:49 . 5062 (Yutaka Sato) [123]
___ Dear DeleGate users, I inform you of the new release of DeleGate available as follows: DeleGate/9.9.8 (STABLE) -- fixes and extensions especially around FTP This release includes many fixes and exte
DeleGate/9.9.9-pre1 (STABLE) -- smoother SSLtunnel
  05/19-02:30 . 5063 (Yutaka Sato) [31]
___ I uploaded DeleGate/9.9.9-pre1 STABLE that includes modifications to make the SSLtunnel of DeleGate smoother. Since 9.9.8 STABLE, I'm doing the development of DeleGate on a virtual machine (running
  05/22-14:59 . 5064  Yutaka Sato DG <> [48]
___ Ken, I'm back (for a while) feeling so happy playing DeleGate :-) Yutaka 2014-04-27 23:54 GMT+09:00 <>:
  05/22-16:30 . 5065  Yutaka Sato DG <> [143]
___ Ken, Any feedback on DeleGate is expected to be shared in the open forum as long as it does not contain secret information (as your mail does not, I think). So I'm sending this reply message to the
How to reply to an article in the DeleGate forum
  05/22-17:17 . 5066 (Yutaka Sato) [75]
___ In this article, I write a guide for you to send a feedback message to the forum (to be shared among users and the developer of DeleGate) STATE There are open forums for DeleGate available at DeleGa
delegate ftp proxy srcip
  05/31-19:58 . 5067  Yutaka Sato DG <> [241]
___ Andreas, Although it is not clear why you need to specify SRCIF, I tested it in a typical situation, binding the source interface of PASV connection to the destination server. It seems working, as f
Can not make from source : undefined reference to `forkpty' (Solution found)
  05/31-22:05 . 5068 (Yutaka Sato) [164]
___ Hi, The patch you showed is not a solution but a workaround. It simply makes the compilation of "_-forkpty.c" fail because of inavailability of the header file "<util.h>" on Ubuntu. $ ls -l /usr/inc
  06/01-03:31 . 5069 (Yutaka Sato) [42]
___ Hi, Many of services provided from DeleGate.ORG had been stoped because of crashed iMac (of around 2004) which were the host machine of those services including search engine (FreyaSX), mailing-list
DeleGate 9.9.7 on same port numbers but different protocols
  06/01-10:32 . 5070 (Yutaka Sato) [62]
___ Hi Nacho, Thank you for your helpful feedback. Oh, you are almost the master of DeleGate on Windows !! It should be because your trick does not work when you really need to specify the same interfac
Can Delegate be a SOCKS proxy server program that supports a HTTP parent proxy?
  06/01-11:33 . 5071 (Yutaka Sato) [22]
___ Hi, It should be as: dg9_9_7 -P1080 SERVER=socks SSLTUNNEL=proxy:8080 ADMIN=admin@localhost SSLTUNNEL specifies an upstream HTTP proxy to be used as a SSLtunnel. See <URL:
Error running : ERROR: can't link the SSL/Crypto library.
  06/02-09:54 . 5072  Albert Kam <> [425]
___ Hi ! I've successfully installed delegated into my system. The attached file is the output of the installation process. But when running it like this : delegated -P3129 SERVER=http SOCKS=localhost:9
  06/02-13:17 . 5073 (Yutaka Sato) [86]
___ Hi Albert, Thank you for your note which reminded me that I made workaround myself about dynamic linking of OpenSSL on Ubuntu without solving the root cause. My workaround was putting OpenSSL0.9.8 d
  06/02-15:12 . 5074  Albert Kam <> [244]
___ Dear Yutaka, Thanks for the clarifications and the patch ! Cheers from Jakarta, Albert Do not pursue the past. Do not lose yourself in the future. The past no longer is. The future has not yet come.
For whom do not want being a super-user for DeleGate
  06/02-18:07 . 5075 (Yutaka Sato) [54]
___ Indeed I hate being a super-user to run DeleGate and expect you also feel like me. At least it is tiresome to type "sudo" every time I invoke DeleGate to let it use privileged ports. You may think y
Question: old program
  06/02-20:00 . 5076 (Yutaka Sato) [37]
___ Hi, There seem many programs to be used to relay from non-SSL clients to a SSL server and you may be using one of them. With DeleGate, it is done as the following commands: delegated -P25 SERVER=smt
Problems building delegate9.9.8-pre20
  06/02-20:36 . 5077 (Yutaka Sato) [42]
___ Hi Alan, Although I don't remember, it seems that I fixed the problem in DeleGate/9.9.8-pre29. The change log says: [CHANGES] 9.9.8 fix-140512a {unix,_-system,__system}.c: compilation on Solaris11 (
How to run delegate as transparent FTP proxying
  06/02-21:01 . 5078 (Yutaka Sato) [28]
___ Hi, Although I don't remember, it seems possible based on the SO_ORIGINAL_DST option of Socket. The change log of DeleGate says: [CHANGES] 9.8.2 080321 new {delegated,service,httpd}.c: transparent p
Issue with delegate FORWARD and protoList - filter by dest port not working
  06/03-00:59 . 5079 (Yutaka Sato) [54]
___ Hi, This works if the client send a HTTP request as "GET ldap://server/..." but it seems not likely. This specifies the protocol name "389" which is not understood. It should be one of followings: F
  06/03-18:56 . 5080 (Yutaka Sato) [62]
___ Hi Marvin, Maybe, but you should check your LOGFILE (if you are not suppressing it) whether of not there are lines recording something unusual around the transfer. If you can't interpret it, someone
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