ccyll at wso.williams.edu
Wed Mar 31 20:18:13 BST 2004
FYI, I managed to get socks working with KDE. Turned out that it was a Debian
problem, not a KDE problem. Debian uses /etc/dante.conf instead of the
standard /etc/socks.conf for the Dante config file. Wish they would have
documented that somewhere. =)
Anyways, everything works just fine now, so here's a documented case of KDE
properly using with a socks proxy.
Topher Cyll wrote:
> I'm having similar problems. I'm using socks 4 and I've verified that my
> setup is working properly (works fine under Gnome, etc...). I've got KDE
> to detect my socks library (Debian package: libsocksd), but I'm having
> absolutely no success getting any KDE app to use it.
> I did a lot of searching to see if others were having similar problems, but
> I only found one or two other emails, and no one seemed to have gotten back
> to any of them. I couldn't find any documented cases of anyone actually
> getting it working, so eventually I gave up.
> If anyone out there has ever made it work, I'd love to hear what steps you
> went through.
> Best of luck,
> Topher Cyll
> 龍神 wrote:
> > Dear KDE list,
> > I'm trying to configure kopete (kde-3.2) to use socks servers but I have
> > no clue how to do it.
> > In "Internet & Network" options I checked the Enable SOCKS support and of
> > course I installed the Dante socks server. It detects the library and the
> > test result says "Success! SOCKS was found and initialized.".
> > Now I want to make kopete to connect to my socks5 server, how do I do
> > that? where do I specify the port and ip address of the sock server? do
> > I have to configure and start the dante server on my desktop? or is just
> > the libraries that are needed?
> > What does the socks configuration do?
> > The socks server uses ss5.
> > Starting kopete from command line I get:
> > kdecore (KLibLoader): library=libsocks.so: No file names libsocks.so
> > found in paths.
> > kdecore (KLibLoader): library=libdsocksd.so.0: No file names
> > libdsocksd.so.0 found in paths.
> > kdecore (KLibLoader): library=libsocks5.so: No file names libsocks5.so
> > found in paths.
> > kdecore (KLibLoader): library=libsocks5_sh.so: No file names
> > libsocks5_sh.so found in paths.
> > kdecore (KSocks): Found Dante SOCKS
> > kdecore (KSocks): SOCKS has been activated!
> > and a tcpdump clearly shows that kopete is not accessing the sock server
> > but going directly to the MSN server:
> > 11:04:20.103384 192.168.0.135.36370 > messenger.hotmail.com.1863: S
> > 1799339418:1799339418(0) win 5840 <mss 1460,sackOK,timestamp 4535808
> > 0,nop,wscale 0> (DF)
> > regards
> > Ryujin
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