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Bupu
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« Reply #15 on: June 25, 2008, 09:56:18 pm »

Hmm, well, alot has changed, but nothing that I would believe has the power to influence aMSN or it's talking to the MSN servers.

It's a damn shame I found aMSN, else I could try with the regular MSN client... kind of a catch 22, don't you think? Smiley
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« Reply #16 on: June 25, 2008, 10:49:03 pm »

My brother is reporting the same issue, he however doesn't have a dislike towards MSN, and has tried it with the original MSN client, and apparently that one works for him, just aMSN doesn't.

Also, I'd like to point out that this has been like this for... a while, I'd say a month, maybe more...
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« Reply #17 on: June 26, 2008, 12:11:37 am »

ok, this should now be fixed.. everyon please update to the latest SVN version : http://amsn-project.net/wiki/SVN (using the subversion way, or wait until tomorrow for the archive package to be updated)
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« Reply #18 on: June 26, 2008, 07:48:45 am »

Hmm, no, still won't work.... but unfortunately (for me) I've found the culprit... it was my firewall all along. :oops:

However, I'd like to point out I only installed it 5 days ago, and it hasn't been working for longer than that, so indeed, the earlier problem you have fixed (as it works with the firewall disabled)...

I'm trying to figure out where/why the issue lies, but I cannot find anything why it would/should block amsn, cannot find anything in the logs either, permissions are properly given of course...

Does this tell you anything?

Code:
2008/06/26 08:40:05   [wish.exe:348] start process 00036DA4/944 "C:\PROGRAM FILES\AMSN\SCRIPTS\UTILS\WINDOWS\GSTREAMER\FARSIGHT.EXE"
2008/06/26 08:40:05   [wish.exe:348] create endpoint TCP/* [00036DA7] 00000000
2008/06/26 08:40:05   [wish.exe:348] bind TCP/0.0.0.0:1057 [00036DA7]
2008/06/26 08:40:05   [wish.exe:348] create endpoint success TCP/0.0.0.0:1057 [00036DA7] 00000000
2008/06/26 08:40:05   [wish.exe:348] connect TCP/0.0.0.0:1057 - 207.46.108.109:1863 [00036DA7/00036DA9] 0000067D
2008/06/26 08:40:05   [wish.exe:348] connect success TCP/192.168.1.46:1057 - 207.46.108.109:1863 [00036DA7/00036DA9] 0000067D
2008/06/26 08:40:05   [farsight.exe:944] unverified endpoint learn UDP/* [00036DCE] 00000000
2008/06/26 08:40:05   -->answer endpoint learn: allow by check complete [00036DCE]
2008/06/26 08:40:05   [farsight.exe:944] bind_ex UDP/0.0.0.0:7078 [00036DCE] 0000066E
2008/06/26 08:40:05   [farsight.exe:944] create endpoint success UDP/0.0.0.0:7078 [00036DCE] 00000000
2008/06/26 08:40:05   [farsight.exe:944] unverified endpoint learn UDP/* [00036DD1] 00000000
2008/06/26 08:40:05   -->answer endpoint learn: allow by check complete [00036DD1]
2008/06/26 08:40:05   [farsight.exe:944] bind_ex UDP/0.0.0.0:7079 [00036DD1] 0000066D
2008/06/26 08:40:05   [farsight.exe:944] create endpoint success UDP/0.0.0.0:7079 [00036DD1] 00000000
2008/06/26 08:40:06   [farsight.exe:944] close endpoint [00036DCE]
2008/06/26 08:40:06   [farsight.exe:944] close endpoint [00036DD1]
2008/06/26 08:40:06   [farsight.exe:944] process terminated 00036DA4/944
2008/06/26 08:40:06   [wish.exe:348] create endpoint TCP/* [00036DDC] 00000000
2008/06/26 08:40:06   [wish.exe:348] bind TCP/0.0.0.0:1058 [00036DDC]
2008/06/26 08:40:06   [wish.exe:348] create endpoint success TCP/0.0.0.0:1058 [00036DDC] 00000000
2008/06/26 08:40:06   [wish.exe:348] connect TCP/0.0.0.0:1058 - 65.54.165.177:443 [00036DDC/00036DDE] 0000067D
2008/06/26 08:40:06   [wish.exe:348] connect success TCP/192.168.1.46:1058 - 65.54.165.177:443 [00036DDC/00036DDE] 0000067D
2008/06/26 08:40:07   [wish.exe:348] disconnect [00036DDC/00036DDE] (4871/4491)
2008/06/26 08:40:07   [wish.exe:348] close endpoint [00036DDC]
2008/06/26 08:40:07   [wish.exe:348] disconnect [00036DA7/00036DA9] (131/6794)
2008/06/26 08:40:07   [wish.exe:348] close endpoint [00036DA7]


oh, and process terminated seems to be a passive remark, not an active "terminating process now", as it appears with every other executable aswell, which work flawlessly...

Is the firewall maybe creating delay, which aMSN has a problem with?

Oh, I might want to add it's the latest version of Agnitum's Outpost.

Kind regards,
Bupu
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