While XMPP clients work consistently well, OMEMO seems to not always work how it has worked before according to memory or to notes. While communication to the server is encrypted, communication needs OMEMO to be secure through the server as well, so only endpoints can view the data.
I'm using freebsb 13.2.
I have ejabberd there, set up at somedomain.
I wanted do host my own biboumi xmpp <-> irc bridge.
I set it up with
hostname = irc.somedomain
xmpp_server = 127.0.0.1
I also added this to the listen list in ejabberd.yml:
i have this in `listen` in ejabberd...
I've been trying to configure a jitsi-meet server for a time now, following various guides, but I get this error in jicofo.log:
Jicofo 2023-04-20 19:17:28.889 INFO:  JicofoServices.<init>#134: Starting HTTP server with config: host=null, port=8888, tlsPort=8843, isTls=false...
I wanted to try video conferencing (more google meet) and wanted to ask what to download to make it work.
I am using FreeBSD 13.1 and am using Firefox (103.0) and also have chromium installed (which interesting enough has version 103.0.5060.134).
On the net, I have found a web...
In Chromium 101 YouTube works fine, audio works without issues, but Zoom, for the past few days, does not display videos, though audio is fine. I installed Iriudium, zoom has the same issues. How would I troubleshoot this? I have freebsd 13.0 Release 11.0 with Kde plasma.
I’ve learned Lua versions are indeed versions and installed 54 when it looks like I need 51: How do I go about locating all 54 and removing them and anything that would be left thinking of it?
This includes Luasec luarocks - pretty much anything that ends in 54 and move properly to 51.
I’m hoping someone can help point me in the right direction:
I’ve gotten out of sync between a couple of ports (prosody and lua):
Running freebsd-update / pkg upgrade etc I noticed prosody was not updating from 0.11.13 - some features I need are in the next release (0.12 something).
I have little experience with ports and I don't understand what I should do. I always have the option to install everything from source, though...
I'm running FreeBSD 13.0-RELEASE on my main computer and also at a VPS. In the latter, the ports collection is not installed.
I am utterly and completely out of my depth here. Trying to setup Jitsi. I've read every single google result out there that has to do with Jitsi, including http://www.bobeager.uk/jitsi.html . I followed that guide to the T.
Edit Thought it'd be better to just attach all the relevant files and...
First of all, I don't wanna want to use Zoom on web version. I want to use it with FreeBSD. I take a look at Linux Binary Compatibility but got lots of errors. I'm guessing they are about shared objects maybe? I saw a package exist for FreeBSD Zoom but it says sound unstable and under...
An opensource framework allows interoperable and inter-organizational use between different offerings (or servers). Signal can't be compared in this category, because it is simply an opensource client offered by one provider or organization, and not a standard for interoperable use: it can be...
I have installed openfire from package (OS: 12.1-RELEASE-p12) and I can't make TLS work.
I have a Let's encrypt server certificate that matches the XMPP domain.
I have added the private key and the cert via Server > TLS/SSL Certificates but didn't work.
Then I have installed the...
One-stop guide on how to get your webcam working inside of a GUI jail, including the microphone. Assumes you already have GUI set up inside the jail. My hardware: Ryzen Threadripper 3960x, NVIDIA 2080 RTX, Logitec C920 Webcam
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Core features of XMPP are defined by RFC's, which can be found at IETF.org
Extended features of XMPP are defined by XEP's, which can be found at XMPP.org/extensions
XMPP is an open standard, rather than open software (it includes plenty of open software as well)
The XMPP standard is approved by...
How would one know certain XMPP extensions are enabled? or how would they be enabled? For security, for cool features, and for purposes of reducing overhead on constrained networks.
Core specifications carry the same XEP number throughout their entire cycle. Final and Draft extension protocols...
I am looking for a working, lightweight SIP softphone client that runs on FreeBSD. Right now I am using net/linphone which works but has some audio buffer problems and I don't like the UI one bit. I also tried net-im/ekiga which I had been using on Windows many years ago, but it fails to detect...
Hello BSD family, I am a school teacher and would love to use my freeBSD desktop for Zooming with my kiddos all day. I tried to get Zoom to work via Wine but no luck.
And no, I cannot use any alternative meeting clients. Must be zoom since that is waht the school district paid for.
How is SIMPLE for an XMPP messaging alternative?
Both are accepted IETF open-source standards.
XMPP is great, except it has a lot of overhead (sometimes heavy lag) because it uses XML. Is SIMPLE as secure as XMPP?