SOLVED: fetchmail – Server certificate verification error

Posted in Networking on May 26st, 2008 | (4,958) Comments

I am using fetchmail to download emails from Yahoo Small Business mail server. I got the following error in the log file.

May 26 14:55:07 office fetchmail[7593]: Server certificate verification error: unable to get local issuer certificate
May 26 14:55:07 office fetchmail[7593]: Server certificate verification error: certificate not trusted
May 26 14:55:07 office fetchmail[7593]: Server certificate verification error: unable to verify the first certificate
May 26 14:55:09 office fetchmail[7593]: sleeping at Mon 26 May 2008 02:55:09 PM WIT for 300 seconds

The solution can be achieved by updating the CA-Certificate.

In Ubuntu-Server, viagra 60mg I just need to do apt-get:

apt-get install ca-certificates

I am still have a problem on downloading read email from Yahoo Small Business. If the email is already read from the webmail (even it is not already downloaded by fetchmail), sale it will be no longer downloaded by fetchmail.

Fetchmail downloads undownloaded email (which is what I expect) from other mail servers other than Yahoo.

Anyone?

SMBD Error

Posted in Networking on May 14st, 2008 | (2,401) Comments

I had a problem with my Samba Server because of libgcrypt and libgpg-error update. Here is what smbd said:

intranet# smbd -v
/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: Shared object “libgcrypt.so.13″ not found, cure required by “smbd”

First solution is to upgrade the Samba, cheap but I found another error:

=> Patch patch-Makefile.in failed to apply cleanly.
*** Error code 1
Stop in /usr/ports/net/samba3.
*** Error code 1

So to keep it simple (in the stupid way) :D , here are what I did to solve the problem instead of reinstalling Samba:

  1. Locate for the libgcrypt.so.13 that gave me no result.
  2. Go to /usr/local/lib/ and copy the existing libgcrypt.so.15 (caused by update) and give it name: libgcrypt.so.13

    intranet# cp libgcrypt.so.15 libgcrypt.so.13

  3. Run smbd again, and returned this

    intranet# smbd
    /libexec/ld-elf.so.1: Shared object “libgpg-error.so.1″ not found, required by “smbd”

  4. Go to /usr/local/lib/ and copy the existing libgcrypt.so.0(caused by update) and give it name: libgpg-error.so.1

    intranet# cp libgpg-error.so.0 libgpg-error.so.1

  5. Run smbd again

    intranet# smbd
    intranet#

  6. Voila, it works.

I think this trick can be applied to other problems due to “not found shared object”.

Note: I use FreeBSD 5.5-STABLE

[RESOLVED] jabberd2: ERROR: sm died. Shutting down server.

Posted in Networking on May 13st, 2008 | (3,121) Comments

Sometime when you have a power outage on your jabber server while the service is running, decease you can not start jabberd. In my case it returned:

ERROR: sm died. Shutting down server.

It happened because the c2s component is trying to bind with the same hostname as sm component.

This problem can be resolved by changing the value on <id> tag on c2s.xml to any string.

More about jabberd2 can be found here.

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