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ok, this is what happens: 1. qpopper checks the error state of p->output, ferror returns 1 (non-zero!) since there's some error. 3. Len

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That's the usual cause.-----------------------------------------------------------------Daniel Senie ***@senie.comAmaranth Networks Inc. All is working fine, except we note that two users show these errors: Oct 8 19:54:28 boxname qpopper[88744]: xxx at 12-233-2-114.client.attbi.com (12.233.2.114): -ERR [SYS/TEMP] POP authentication DB not available (user xxx): No such file or directory (2) Only these two users are running the Apple Mail App under OS X as POP clients. reg, Andreas -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht----- Von: "Jeff Donovan" An: "Subscribers of Qpopper" Gesendet: Dienstag, 8. What i don't understand is the flushing output and the operation not permitted.

Kmail says:could not connect to host Oct 9 10:07:56.848 2002 [29804] Trace and Debug destination is file "/etc/mail/mail-output" [pop_init.c:855] Oct 9 10:07:56.853 2002 [29804] (v4.0.3) Servicing request from "sean-turnbull.ph.rmit.edu.au" at 131.170.94.57 [pop_init.c:1153] Oct 9 10:07:56.853 2002 [29804] before TLS; tls_support==0 [popper.c:172] Oct 9 10:07:56.853 2002 [29804] Skipped TLS Init [popper.c:196] Oct 9 10:07:56.853 2002 [29804] (v4.0.3) Intro [popper.c:238] Oct 9 10:07:56.853 2002 [29804] +OK Qpopper (version 4.0.3) at sean-turnbull.ph.rmit.edu.au starting. [popper.c:251] Oct 9 10:07:56.862 2002 [29804] Qpopper ready for input from (null) at sean-turnbull.ph.rmit.edu.au [131.170.94.57] [popper.c:285] Oct 9 10:07:56.862 2002 [29804] Received (4): "?..." [pop_get_command.c:105] Oct 9 10:07:56.862 2002 [29804] (null) at sean-turnbull.ph.rmit.edu.au (131.170.94.57): -ERR Unknown command: "?...". [pop_get_command.c:152] Oct 9 10:07:56.862 2002 [29804] I/O error flushing output to client at sean-turnbull.ph.rmit.edu.au [131.170.94.57]: Operation not permitted (1) [pop_send.c:685] Oct 9 10:07:56.862 2002 [29804] Qpopper ready for input from (null) at sean-turnbull.ph.rmit.edu.au [131.170.94.57] [popper.c:285] Oct 9 10:07:56.862 2002 [29804] (null) at sean-turnbull.ph.rmit.edu.au (131.170.94.57): -ERR POP EOF or I/O Error [popper.c:794] Oct 9 10:07:56.862 2002 [29804] I/O error flushing output to client at sean-turnbull.ph.rmit.edu.au [131.170.94.57]: Operation not permitted (1) [pop_send.c:685] Oct 9 10:07:56.862 2002 [29804] +OK Pop server at sean-turnbull.ph.rmit.edu.au signing off. [popper.c:351] Oct 9 10:07:56.862 2002 [29804] I/O error flushing output to client at sean-turnbull.ph.rmit.edu.au [131.170.94.57]: Operation not permitted (1) [pop_send.c:685] Oct 9 10:07:56.862 2002 [29804] (v4.0.3) Ending request from "" at (sean-turnbull.ph.rmit.edu.au) 131.170.94.57 [popper.c:369] thanks.... > Hallo Sean, > > 1) I would try to get popper working without any SSL support. > > 2) If popper than works add SSL support. > > 3) How have you done configure? > Are the error messages from messages file > or mail-output? > > 4) As more as details you give as more help is possible > (not subject also ..) > > hth, > reg, > Andreas > > > I seem to be having a few problems with popper 4.0.3. Message #10 received at [email protected] (full text, mbox, reply): From: Yu Guanghui To: [email protected] Subject: Bug#160494: fixed in qpopper 4.0.4-8 Date: Mon, 30 Dec 2002 09:17:23 -0500 We believe that the bug you reported is fixed in the latest version of qpopper, which is due to be installed in the Debian FTP archive: qpopper-drac_4.0.4-8_i386.deb to pool/main/q/qpopper/qpopper-drac_4.0.4-8_i386.deb qpopper_4.0.4-8.diff.gz to pool/main/q/qpopper/qpopper_4.0.4-8.diff.gz qpopper_4.0.4-8.dsc to pool/main/q/qpopper/qpopper_4.0.4-8.dsc qpopper_4.0.4-8_i386.deb to pool/main/q/qpopper/qpopper_4.0.4-8_i386.deb A summary of the changes between this version and the previous one is attached. I compiled with ./configure --enable-debugging --with-pam=/etc/pam.d/pop3 --enable-specialauth --with-openssl=/usr/local/ssl --enable-log-login I tried without SSL and popper works a charm. Mitt kontoSökMapsYouTubePlayNyheterGmailDriveKalenderGoogle+ÖversättFotonMerWalletDokumentBloggerKontakterHangoutsÄnnu mer från GoogleLogga inDolda fältSök efter grupper eller meddelanden ? Board index Change font size Information The requested topic does not exist.

just simple pop3.Operation not permitted (1)what does this really mean, and when will it occur?Client (remote machine) closed the connection, qpopper tried to write tothe socket, but the TCP session was already closed by the kernel on theserver in response to the close from the client.Post by Martin Kellermanni dont think it´s just some network connection troubles...or is it?See if your client gave up. Otherwise, EOF is returned and the global variable errno is set to indicate the error. The admin just noticed in the syslog file when looking for something else. Top dea RSAC Posts: 619 Joined: 2002-08-13 12:05 Contact: Contact dea ICQ Re: [qpopper] "I/O error flushing output to client" Quote Post by dea » 2003-03-01 22:33 na immerhin bin ich nicht alleine mich beunruhigen dabei allerdings zwei punkte:1.

I think recommended is 10 minutes (600 seconds) and we've got ours set at 5 minutes now. Previous message View by thread View by date Next message I/O error flushing output to client Oliver Egginger I/O error flushing output to client Martin Kellermann Re: I/O error flushing output to client Daniel Senie Re: I/O error flushing output to client Martin Kellermann Re: I/O error flushing output to client Randall Gellens Re: I/O error flushing output to client Ken Lalonde I/O error flushing output to client Muhammad Talha Re: I/O error flushing output to client Gerald Re: I/O error flushing output to client Edward Chase Re: I/O error flushing output to client Lisa Casey Re: I/O error flushing output to client Gerald Re: I/O error flushing output to client Chuck Yerkes Re: I/O error flushing output to c... Alan Brown Re: I/O error flushing out... and Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: (null) at 192.168.1.111 (192.168.1.111): -ERR POP EOF or I/O Error [popper.c:820] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: I/O error flushing output to client at 192.168.1.111 [192.168.1.111]: Operation not permitted (1) [pop_send.c:689] which is the same with outlook or eudora as mail client Any hints?

From: Gerald [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Increase the timeout on your popper. Debian Bug report logs - #160494 qpopper logs wrong error messages "I/O error flushing output to client ... Mostlikely it is just a client that closes the connection without sending'quit'.Post by Martin Kellermanncan i suppress the "-ERR POP EOF or I/O Error" (that occurs, for examplewhen client telnets port 110, logs in and then kills telnet session withoutlogging out) without patching the sources?Not currently. 3 Replies 16 Views Switch to linear view Disable enhanced parsing Permalink to this page Thread Navigation Martin Kellermann 2002-05-16 12:58:34 UTC Daniel Senie 2002-05-16 13:54:02 UTC Martin Kellermann 2002-05-16 14:18:44 UTC Randall Gellens 2002-05-20 23:30:31 UTC about - legalese Loading... Board index All times are UTC - 8 hours [ DST ] Login FAQ / Rules Register Search Boards : Knowledge Base: knowledge base chat about fr ja es mozillaZine is an independent Mozilla community and advocacy site.

Debian distribution maintenance software pp. Es sind vermutlich ähnlich wie bei dem Thread mit den FTP-Sessions hier im Forum Portscans oder Verbindungsversuche. from ferror(3): The function ferror tests the error indicator for the stream pointed to by stream, returning non-zero if it is set. fa-angle-double-left fa-angle-double-right fa-angle-double-top fa-angle-double-down fa-angle-left fa-angle-right fa-angle-top fa-angle-down fa-asterisk fa-bar-chart fa-bars fa-bell fa-bold fa-bookmark-o fa-check-circle fa-check-square-o fa-chevron-circle-up fa-chevron-left fa-chevron-right fa-clone fa-cloud fa-code fa-cog fa-cogs fa-commenting-o fa-comments fa-ellipsis-h fa-ellipsis-v fa-envelope fa-envelope-o fa-exclamation fa-exclamation-triangle fa-external-link-square fa-external-link-square-o fa-facebook-square fa-file fa-file-o fa-flash fa-gavel fa-git-square fa-google-plus-square fa-group fa-home fa-image fa-inbox fa-info fa-italic fa-level-down fa-level-up fa-link fa-list fa-list-ol fa-lock fa-mail-forward fa-paperclip fa-paypal fa-pencil fa-pencil-square-o fa-power-off fa-print fa-question fa-question-circle fa-quote-left fa-recycle fa-refresh fa-reply fa-search fa-shield fa-sliders fa-square-o fa-sort-amount-asc fa-sort-amount-desc fa-sort-down fa-sort-up fa-times fa-times-circle fa-tint fa-trash fa-twitter-square fa-underline fa-user fa-wrench RootForum Community Resources for System-Administrators Skip to content RootForum RootPlanet RootUtils Search Advanced search Quick links Forum Planet Unanswered topics Active topics Search The team FAQ Login Register Home Forum System Security Search [qpopper] "I/O error flushing output to client" Post Reply Print view Search Advanced search 6 posts • Page 1 of 1 dea RSAC Posts: 619 Joined: 2002-08-13 12:05 Contact: Contact dea ICQ [qpopper] "I/O error flushing output to client" Quote Post by dea » 2003-02-28 12:30 kennt einer die o.g.

Full text and rfc822 format available. Debian bug tracking system administrator . Operation not permitted (1) > Oct 8 10:01:07 server "username"[2930]: popper[22287]: "username" at > "hostname" (10.1.1.1): -ERR SIGHUP or SIGPIPE flagged > > Oct 8 10:01:07 server "username"[2930]: popper[22287]: I/O error > flushing output to client "username" at "hostname" [101.1.1]: Operation > not permitted (1) > > Oct 8 10:01:07 server "username"[2930]: popper[22287]: "username" at > "hostname" (10.1.1.1): -ERR POP hangup from server > > I/O error flushing output to client "username" at "hostname" [101.1.1]: > Operation not permitted (1) > > > > i suspect the client is loosing it's connection to the server but i > would like to check other possibilities. > What i don't understand is the flushing output and the operation not > permitted. > > anyone have any insight? > > --jeff > > Thread at a glance: Previous Message by Date: What does this error mean? Gerald Is this a compile time option or run time?

Oktober 2002 16:11 Betreff: What does this error mean? Notification sent to "Joern Heissler" : Bug acknowledged by developer. Chuck Yerkes Re: I/O error flushing out... Message #5 received at [email protected] (full text, mbox, reply): From: "Joern Heissler" To: "Debian Bug Tracking System" Subject: qpopper logs wrong error messages "I/O error flushing output to client ...

und genau da liegt auch (immer noch) meine haupt-unsicherheit/paranoia:bei all' diesen üblichen relay-attempts oder auch den klassischen versuchen mit 'standard'-usernamen kann ich im log immer einen CONNECT erkennen (dem dann üblicherweise ein disconnect folgt) - nur in diesen fällen nicht!die log-einträge tauchen (in der geposteten form) auf, ohne dass die ip/der name vorher in erscheinung getreten wäre. We had some accounts that were pretty large that would take more than a minute to flush out. just simple pop3.Operation not permitted (1)what does this really mean, and when will it occur?Client (remote machine) closed the connection, qpopper tried to write tothe socket, but the TCP session was already closed by the kernel on theserver in response to the close from the client.ok, sounds good :) thanks.so i can safely ignore this messages, because the connection is ALWAYSclosed by the remote machine?or can this error also be generated by a messed up local tcp socket oranother weird local problem?Post by Daniel SeniePost by Martin Kellermanni dont think it´s just some network connection troubles...or is it?See if your client gave up.

I have > > openssl-0.9.6g, RH 7.2. > > I made my own certificate using CA.pl -newca, CA.pl -newreq, CA.pl -sign > > and catted together newreq.pem and newcert.pem. > > Details are as follows. > > > service pop3s > > { > > flags = REUSE NAMEINARGS > > socket_type = stream > > protocol = tcp > > wait = no > > user = root > > server = /usr/local/sbin/popper > > server_args = popper -d -s -l 2 -t /etc/mail/mail-output > > port = 995 > > } > > /etc/mail/pop/qpopper.config > > # set clear-text-password = TLS > > # set config-file = /etc/mail/pop/qpopper.config > > # set tls-support = STLS > > set tls-server-cert-file = /etc/mail/certs/cert.pem > > set chunky-writes = TLS > > > > Oct 2 18:44:38.936 2002 [16292] Error setting certificate PEM file > > Oct 2 18:44:38.936 2002 > > Oct 2 18:44:38.936 2002 [16292] ...SSL error: error:0200100E:system > library:fopen:Bad address > > Oct 2 18:44:38.936 2002 > > Oct 2 18:44:38.936 2002 [16292] ...SSL error: error:20074002:BIO > routines:FILE_CTRL:system lib > > Oct 2 18:44:38.936 2002 > > Oct 2 18:44:38.936 2002 [16292] ...SSL error: error:140AD002:SSL > routines:SSL_CTX_use_certificate_file:system lib > > Oct 2 18:44:38.936 2002 > > Oct 2 18:44:38.936 2002 [16292] Failed initializing TLS/SSL > > Oct 2 18:44:38.936 2002 > > > > > > > > > Previous Message by Thread: What does this error mean?

FreeBSD port of qpopper version 4.0.4 (non-standalone) on FreeBSD 4.6.2 Release. Alan Brown Re: I/O error flushing output ... etwas mehr darüber erzählen? (debian mit postfix und mit ohne Relay)Hier nochmal die vollständige Meldung:Code: Select allin.qpopper[748]: I/O error flushing output to client at z134.virtua.com.br [200.183.71.34]: Operation not permitted (1) [pop_send.c:689]

in.qpopper[748]: I/O error flushing output to client at 7134.virtua.com.br [200.183.71.34]: Operation not permitted (1) [pop_send.c:689]prinzipiell macht das ja (für mich) 'nen guten eindruck, da ja 'not permitted' dahinter steht - aber ich würde schon gerne wissen, was der knabe da getrieben hat/treiben wollte ... nix vorher, nix nacher ...alles merkwürzig ...

Here are the details: I build qpopper with ./configure \ --prefix=/usr \ --enable-bulletins=/var/spool/bulletins \ --enable-new-bulls=5 \ --enable-log-login \ --enable-shy \ --enable-spool-dir=/var/spool/mail \ --enable-temp-drop-dir=/var/spool/mail.drop \ --enable-cache-dir=/var/spool/mail.cache \ --enable-timing \ --enable-standalone \ --enable-nonauth-file=/etc/pop3.deny \ --enable-specialauth \ --enable-debugging \ --with-openssl I run it with /usr/sbin/popper -c -R -s -S -f /etc/qpopper.conf && \ /usr/sbin/popper 995 -c -R -s -S -f /etc/qpopper.conf I build openssl with ./Configure linux-elf \ --openssldir=/etc/ssl \ --prefix=/usr shared my /etc/qpopper.conf is set tls-support = stls set tls-server-cert-file = /etc/mail/certs/cert.pem set debug = true and I created the cert.pm with openssl genrsa -des3 -out /etc/ssl/private/ca.key 1024 openssl req -new -x509 -days 365 -key /etc/ssl/private/ca.key -out /etc/ssl/private/ca.crt mkdir -p -m665 /etc/mail/certs chown root:mail /etc/mail/certs chmod 660 /etc/mail/certs openssl req -new -nodes -out /etc/mail/certs/req.pem -keyout /etc/mail/certs/cert.pem openssl x509 -req -CA /etc/ssl/private/ca.crt -CAkey /etc/ssl/private/ca.key -days 365 -in /etc/mail/certs/req.pem -out /tmp/cert.pem -CAcreateserial chmod 600 /etc/mail/certs/cert.pem chown root:0 /etc/mail/certs/cert.pem cat /tmp/cert.pem >> /etc/mail/certs/cert.pem The logfile tells me Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: Set debug to true [pop_config.c:1206] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: Finished processing config file '/etc/qpopper.conf'; rslt=1 [pop_config.c:1518] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: (v4.0.5) Servicing request from "192.168.1.111" at 192.168.1.111 [pop_init.c:1186] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: before TLS; tls_support==2 [popper.c:181] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: ...Initializing OpenSSL library (version OpenSSL 0.9.7b 10 Apr 2003) [pop_tls_openssl.c:230] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: ...have /dev/urandom; skipping PRNG seeding [pop_tls_openssl.c:288] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: ...setting method to SSLv23_server_method [pop_tls_openssl.c:312] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: ...allocating OpenSSL context [pop_tls_openssl.c:342] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: ...setting certificate file /etc/mail/certs/cert.pem [pop_tls_openssl.c:363] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: ...private key file not set; assuming private key is in cert (/etc/mail/certs/cert.pem) [pop_tls_openssl.c:380] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: ...setting private key file /etc/mail/certs/cert.pem [pop_tls_openssl.c:384] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: ...verifying private key against certificate [pop_tls_openssl.c:397] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: ...(tls_cipher_list not specified) [pop_tls_openssl.c:424] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: ...allocating OpenSSL connection [pop_tls_openssl.c:435] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: ...setting input (0) and output (0) file descriptors [pop_tls_openssl.c:446] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: ...successfully completed OpenSSL initialization [pop_tls_openssl.c:465] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: TLS Init [popper.c:202] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: (v4.0.5) Intro [popper.c:247] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: +OK ready [popper.c:255] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: Qpopper ready for input from (null) at 192.168.1.111 [192.168.1.111] [popper.c:294] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: Received (5): "\200L^A^C^A" [pop_get_command.c:105] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: (null) at 192.168.1.111 (192.168.1.111): -ERR Unknown command: "\200l^A^C^A". [pop_get_command.c:152] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: Qpopper ready for input from (null) at 192.168.1.111 [192.168.1.111] [popper.c:294] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: (null) at 192.168.1.111 (192.168.1.111): -ERR POP EOF or I/O Error [popper.c:820] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: I/O error flushing output to client at 192.168.1.111 [192.168.1.111]: Operation not permitted (1) [pop_send.c:689] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: +OK Pop server at linux signing off. [popper.c:360] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: I/O error flushing output to client at 192.168.1.111 [192.168.1.111]: Operation not permitted (1) [pop_send.c:689] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: pTLS->m_pPOP->tls_started == false [pop_tls_openssl.c:823] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: freeing m_OpenSSLconn [pop_tls_openssl.c:827] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: freeing m_OpenSSLctx [pop_tls_openssl.c:833] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: openssl_shutdown returning 0 [pop_tls_openssl.c:838] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: (v4.0.5) Ending request from "" at (192.168.1.111) 192.168.1.111 [popper.c:378] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: (v4.0.5) Timing for @192.168.1.111 (error) auth=0 init=0 clean=0 [popper.c:384] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: Set debug to true [pop_config.c:1206] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: Finished processing config file '/etc/qpopper.conf'; rslt=1 [pop_config.c:1518] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: (v4.0.5) Servicing request from "192.168.1.111" at 192.168.1.111 [pop_init.c:1186] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: before TLS; tls_support==2 [popper.c:181] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: ...Initializing OpenSSL library (version OpenSSL 0.9.7b 10 Apr 2003) [pop_tls_openssl.c:230] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: ...have /dev/urandom; skipping PRNG seeding [pop_tls_openssl.c:288] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: ...setting method to SSLv23_server_method [pop_tls_openssl.c:312] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: ...allocating OpenSSL context [pop_tls_openssl.c:342] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: ...setting certificate file /etc/mail/certs/cert.pem [pop_tls_openssl.c:363] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: ...private key file not set; assuming private key is in cert (/etc/mail/certs/cert.pem) [pop_tls_openssl.c:380] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: ...setting private key file /etc/mail/certs/cert.pem [pop_tls_openssl.c:384] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: ...verifying private key against certificate [pop_tls_openssl.c:397] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: ...(tls_cipher_list not specified) [pop_tls_openssl.c:424] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: ...allocating OpenSSL connection [pop_tls_openssl.c:435] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: ...setting input (0) and output (0) file descriptors [pop_tls_openssl.c:446] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: ...successfully completed OpenSSL initialization [pop_tls_openssl.c:465] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: TLS Init [popper.c:202] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: (v4.0.5) Intro [popper.c:247] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: +OK ready [popper.c:255] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: Qpopper ready for input from (null) at 192.168.1.111 [192.168.1.111] [popper.c:294] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: (null) at 192.168.1.111 (192.168.1.111): -ERR POP EOF or I/O Error [popper.c:820] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: I/O error flushing output to client at 192.168.1.111 [192.168.1.111]: Operation not permitted (1) [pop_send.c:689] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: +OK Pop server at linux signing off. [popper.c:360] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: I/O error flushing output to client at 192.168.1.111 [192.168.1.111]: Operation not permitted (1) [pop_send.c:689] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: pTLS->m_pPOP->tls_started == false [pop_tls_openssl.c:823] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: freeing m_OpenSSLconn [pop_tls_openssl.c:827] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: freeing m_OpenSSLctx [pop_tls_openssl.c:833] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: openssl_shutdown returning 0 [pop_tls_openssl.c:838] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: (v4.0.5) Ending request from "" at (192.168.1.111) 192.168.1.111 [popper.c:378] Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7181]: (v4.0.5) Timing for @192.168.1.111 (error) auth=0 init=0 clean=0 [popper.c:384] I really wonder about these lines Jul 5 16:39:49 linux popper[7180]: (null) at 192.168.1.111 (192.168.1.111): -ERR Unknown command: "\200l^A^C^A". With the timeout at 60 seconds that was the error msg it would record. just simple pop3.sometimes the log shows:popper[]: I/O error flushing output to client blah at blah [blah]:Operation not permitted (1)what does this really mean, and when will it occur?i dont think it´s just some network connection troubles...or is it?thanxMK Daniel Senie 2002-05-16 13:54:02 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by Martin Kellermannhi all!i searched already alot concerning the following qpopper error, but didnot find ansatisfying answer.i ran qpopper 4.0.4 on linux 2.4.18no ssl, mysql or any other "special" enabled. Proudly Powered by phpBB © phpBB Group © 1998-2015 mozillaZine All Rights Reserved qpopper and ssl not working Alexander Newald alexander at newald.de Sat Jul 5 15:16:28 PDT 2003 Previous message: Directory structure does not exist Next message: qpopper and ssl not working Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] Hello, I try to install qpopper (4.0.5) with ssl support (openssl 0.9.7b) but I get errors while getting mail from the qpopper server.

Operation notpermitted (1) Date Index Thread: Prev Next Thread Index Hallo Jeff, switch on --enable-debugging, --enable-log-login, --enable-log-facility=LOG_LOCAL0 or --enable-timing to get more details. Full text and rfc822 format available.