This works perfect for one nodelist. But when i try to add a new line
of the perl-var nodelist the first line is forgotten.
On 2018 Jan 24 21:39:08, you wrote to All:
This works perfect for one nodelist. But when i try to add a new
line of the perl-var nodelist the first line is forgotten.
recommendation: don't use the perl hook stuff... you don't need it...
use the distributed binkd nodelists or generate them from the official network nodelists with one of the available scripts... then, include
them in your config... just make sure they have their own name...
so in the above, at the end of our conf file, we include the fidonet binkd.txt nodelist and one for agoranet... we give them our own
names... lastly we include a file with our connections listed... the
main thing this is for is session level (aka mailer-to-mailer)
passwords and defining outbound and possibly inbound fileboxes... one
can also override the domain for remote systems if needed... these
need to be listed in the proper order so that your overrides are
loaded after the base node entries...
check the binkd command line parameters, too... in our setup, any time
one of the above files changes, we just copy it in and binkd
automatically recognizes this and reloads the conf... over here, our command line is basically
binkd -C binkd.conf
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