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1  aMSN Support / General / Re: Cannot login (error message appears) on: February 15, 2011, 12:29:22 am
Hi,

Appears to be linked with your distro.
-> http://chakra-project.org/

But why ?

Anael

Hi, ehy do you think it's Chakra-related? I've problems with Kmess also, so maybe my account has some special condition or something which triggers an error in unofficial clients, that's my theory. But I want to hear from someone who can understand those debug lines to help identify the problem. Really annoying to load Virtualbox just to connect to my account Sad

Thanks
2  aMSN Support / General / Cannot login (error message appears) on: February 12, 2011, 06:38:50 pm
Hi! I've just installed aMSN 0.98.4 on Chakra GNU/Linux and I cannot login to my account. While logging in, the following error message appears:

Code:
time value too large/small to represent
    while executing
"ConvertLocalToUTC $date[set date {}] $TZData($timezone) 2361222"
    (procedure "FreeScan" line 84)
    invoked from within
"FreeScan $string $base $timezone $locale"
    (procedure "::tcl::clock::scan" line 70)
    invoked from within
"clock scan "${y}-${m}-${d} ${h}:${min}:${s}""
    (procedure "::SecurityToken::Snit_methodIsExpired" line 19)
    invoked from within
"$token IsExpired"
    (procedure "::SSOAuthentication::Snit_methodRequireSecurityToken" line 7)
    invoked from within
"$::sso RequireSecurityToken Contacts [list $self ABFindAllSSOCB $callbk]"
    (procedure "::Addressbook::Snit_methodABFindAll" line 6)
    invoked from within
"::Addressbook7 ABFindAll {::Addressbook7 ABFindAllDone {::MSN::ABSynchronizationDone 1}}"
    ("after" script)

If I ignore the message, it appears again, and after ignoring it again, it doesn't show up anymore, but the login process continues indefinitely. Any ideas? I can login normally with the official client.

Thanks for your time  Smiley
3  aMSN Support / General / Re: Status about contacts not having you in their contactlist on: January 25, 2010, 04:58:15 pm
Ok, I've read that you say that is a server issue. I cannot check the official client because it doesn't tell you when someone has deleted you but i believe you. I've already disable the option in advanced settings so it's not annoying anymore. thanks
4  aMSN Support / General / Re: Status about contacts not having you in their contactlist on: January 25, 2010, 04:48:27 pm
Hi, i've this problem since many month ago and it's quiet annoying really. When I add a contact, the contact appears as he don't have me on his contact list but indeed he has me. The way to reproduce it is easy: Just tell a friend to the delete you, then the red cross will appear, the tell him to re add you, the red cross is still there.. no matter you disconnect or reconnect. I'm using latest SVN 11899 but the problem is there since many months ago. If there's any info I can provide you, just tell me how to obtain it.

Thanks for your time.  Smiley
Luciano
5  The Community / Skins / [Skin] Minimal on: November 24, 2009, 02:41:33 am
I'm just here to say that this is the best skin  Cheesy  much better than the default!

Thanks to everyone involved  Cheesy
6  Development / aMSN2 / I don't understand the policy on... on: August 04, 2009, 10:40:18 pm
Hi

@kakaroto: I think you should make your post sticky with a title like "Why we have no release date" or "How aMSN is developed". It's not only really interesting but also quite unknown those things for the new users.

Btw, I also really like the idea of a development blog like someone mention. But I understand maybe there's no much time or you just don't like too much blogging.

Thanks!
7  aMSN Support / Linux / Cannot login in latest SVN on: July 23, 2009, 11:18:59 pm
It works with 11384, thanks Smiley
8  aMSN Support / Macintosh / Re: Same issue here with the latest version of SVN on: July 23, 2009, 07:18:52 pm
Quote from: "MarcoRosso"
I have the same issue with the latest version of aMSN. This is rev 11345 of the SVN. I am using Arch Linux, with all the latest updates. The error I receive is just "Cannot connect to server". A pretty vague error if I do say so myself. :wink:

Please if there is a bug report made for this, please tell me to I can investigate it.

Thanks,
MarcoRosso

Edit: from pressing CTRL-S/D and looking at the logs I get the error:
[10:33:52] Error reading EOF for ::NS::Connection1: can not find channel named ""

Can someone please help me?


Downgrade to tls 1.5

http://www.amsn-project.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=6786
9  aMSN Support / Linux / Cannot login in latest SVN on: July 23, 2009, 07:06:51 pm
Thanks, that did the trick. Btw, i'm using Arch Linux and now tls 1.6 is on the repositories :s. Are you planning to support this version in SVN soon?
10  aMSN Support / Linux / Cannot login in latest SVN on: July 23, 2009, 04:46:46 pm
Hi, this is the status log output:

[12:51:03] logging in, destroying loginscreen : loggingIn
[12:51:03] Farsight : Preparing
[12:51:03] Farsight : Preparing
[12:51:03] Farsight Prepare error : couldn't load file "utils/farsight/tcl_farsight.so": utils/farsight/tcl_farsight.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
[12:51:03] Farsight Prepare error : couldn't load file "utils/farsight/tcl_farsight.so": utils/farsight/tcl_farsight.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
[12:51:03] cmsn_auth starting, stat=a
[12:51:03] cmsn_auth starting, stat=v
[12:51:03] Logged in with protocol MSNP15
[12:51:03] cmsn_auth starting, stat=i
[12:51:03] Sending SOAP request to https://login.live.com/RST.srf with action
[12:51:03] cmsn_ns_handler: got a NS transfer, reconnecting to 65.54.49.124!
[12:51:03] Failed to send SOAP request to https://login.live.com/RST.srf with action  : ...
[12:51:03] ... status=PostFailed, LastError=invalid command name "-async"
[12:51:03] SSO::AuthenticateCallback : ::SSOAuthentication::SOAPRequest7 - PostFailed
[12:51:03] Error connecting to server
[12:51:03] ::MSN::CloseSB ns Called
[12:51:03] ::MSN::ClearSB ns called
[12:51:03] clearing sb ns. oldstat=d
[12:51:03] Loging out
[12:51:03] logging out, creating loginscreen : loggedOut
[12:51:03] LoadLoginList: starting
[12:51:03] LoadLoginList: getting profiles
[12:51:03] LoadLoginList: HOME=/home/luciano/.amsn/xxxx, HOME2=/home/luciano/.amsn, HOMEE=/home/luciano/.amsn
[12:51:03] LoadLoginList: adding profile xxx@gmail.com with lock num 0
[12:51:03] LoadLoginList: adding profile xxx@hotmail.com with lock num 0
[12:51:03] LoadLoginList: adding profile xxx@gmail.com with lock num 0
[12:51:03] LoadLoginList: adding profile xxx@gmail.com with lock num 0
[12:51:03] LoadLoginList: adding profile xxx@yahoo.com.ar with lock num 0
[12:51:03] LoadLoginList: adding profile xxx@gmail.com with lock num 64100
[12:51:03] Error reading EOF for ::NS::Connection1: can not find channel named ""
[12:51:03] ::MSN::CloseSB ::ns Called
[12:51:03] ::MSN::ClearSB ::ns called
[12:51:03] clearing sb ::ns. oldstat=d
[12:51:03] ConfigChange: xxx@gmail.com
[12:51:03] ConfigChange: Valid email

The previous SVN version I was using was 11263 which was working fine. Thanks again.
11  aMSN Support / Linux / Cannot login in latest SVN on: July 23, 2009, 02:14:46 am
I've updated to version 11366 and now I cannot login. The following error appears a seconds after clicking the sign in button: "Error connecting to server".

This throws the debug window:

[22:21:24] < Connected to: messenger.hotmail.com 1863 >
[22:21:24] ->ns-sock7 VER 4 MSNP15 CVR0


[22:21:24] ->ns-sock7 CVR 5 0x0409 winnt 5.1 i386 MSNMSGR 8.0.0812 msmsgs xxxx@gmail.com


[22:21:24] ->ns-sock7 USR 6 SSO I xxxx@gmail.com


[22:21:24] <-ns-sock7 VER 4 MSNP15
[22:21:25] <-ns-sock7 CVR 5 1.0.0000 1.0.0000 1.0.0000 http://msgr.dlservice.microsoft.com http://download.live.com/?sku=messenger
[22:21:25] <-ns-sock7 XFR 6 NS 65.54.50.166:1863 U D
[22:21:25] < Connected to: 65.54.50.166 1863 >
[22:21:25] ->ns-sock7 OUT


Any ideas?

Thanks
12  aMSN Support / Linux / Ugly scaling in avatars? on: July 16, 2009, 04:36:40 pm
Hi sorry to bump, but i'm interested to know what's the resolution about this. Thanks!
13  aMSN Support / Linux / Ugly scaling in avatars? on: June 30, 2009, 04:08:28 am
Hi
I've tested the three algorithms and they all seem to perform the same with 2600x2000 photos as regards time. Everyone last like 2-3 secs from when I click the size option to when it's shown resized. I've no way to test this accurately, but I've done test with several photos and different thumb sizes and they all perform the same. It seems that this lag is not related to the resize operation itself but to another task. Also, the size options dialog takes like 2 seconds to show up...

So, I think it's safe and a very good idea to choose the high quality resize for every image since it's the time but the quality is very noticeable. Smiley
14  aMSN Support / Linux / Ugly scaling in avatars? on: June 25, 2009, 05:04:26 am
mmm it's quite strange that it cannot be improved.. why does a simple program like Gwenview resize my 3000x1000 photo to 96x96 smoothly in a fraction of a second and aMSN would freeze for a long time doing the same operation? And what about other messengers? I'm on an Athlon X2 5200 which is far from a high end machine..

Can you tell me in which part of the aMSN's codebase is that resize function? I want to test this out and see if the resize can be improved. The current scaling is just unacceptable for me.

Thanks for your time  Smiley
15  aMSN Support / Linux / Ugly scaling in avatars? on: June 23, 2009, 02:15:41 am
Hi!

I'm using one of the latest SVN (11256) and the scaled version of the picture looks very bad when using a 2MP or larger photo  :? I'd to manually resize the picture to a small size (256x256 for example) in order to get the avatar look nice, which is a quite annoying process.

Any ideas how to solve this issue?
Thanks in advance! Smiley
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