http://Jochen.Hayek.name/wp/blog-en/2014/12/17/sendxmpp-1-24/ http://sendxmpp.hostname.sk Regular installations necessary for this to work: root# ipkg install perl root# ipkg install perl-digest-sha1 root# ipkg install perl-io-socket-ssl Which tweaks? Copied a couple of pure perl modules (and directories) from a perl installation (where I got sendxmpp running before) to /opt/lib/perl5/site_perl/ : JSON* Getopt Authen Net/XMPP* XML/Stream* Digest Data
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/fetchmail https://github.com/JochenHayek/misc/blob/master/fetchmail–extract_fingerprints.pl Having run my log file analyser for a couple of days, I can only tell you, it’s a big relief to know, when sslfingerprints are alright and when they are not and also how to fix them instantly. I am checking my e-mail not by looking at my dozens of IMAP folders, but I… Continue reading checking fetchmail’s log file for sslfingerprint complaints
http://sendxmpp.hostname.sk I am using the sendxmpp utility (written in Perl) for that.
http://sendxmpp.hostname.sk The software also moved to a new maintainer. Two modules involved showed warnings like this: Use of uninitialized warnings … …/XML/Stream/Parser.pm – method: new …/Net/XMPP/Debug.pm – method: Init They both have their github repositories: https://github.com/dap/XML-Stream https://github.com/dap/Net-XMPP I forked them both, introduced my changes, and committed pull requests. I wonder, whether they will get… Continue reading sendxmpp-1.24 got created rather recently (2014-09-13) – two .pm-s involved indirectly needed changes – and now it works for me