I’‘ve read through as many threads in the forums that responded to ‘‘transport’’, ‘‘pyAIM’’ and such, and I can’‘t find an answer to the issue I’‘m experiencing - so I’'d appreciate any and all responses.
I’‘ve got Wildfire (2.4.2) setup and running under Linux/Fedora Core 4 (using the RPM). The Wildfire server works flawlessly with both the latest Spark and Pandion clients. Recently, I’'ve recieved requests to give users the option to connect to AIM, MSN etc. Reading through the forums and other docs, it seems that py(IM)t seems to be the way to go.
I found the threads which pointed me to these URLs:
So I followed the instructions, and specifically did this:
yum install python (>2.3)
yum install python-twisted
yum install python-crypto
yum install pyOpenSSL
yum install PIL (you’'ll have to get this one from ATrpms)
download pyAIM, pyMSN - untar into /usr/local/wildfire
cp config_example.xml config.xml (in each of the directories)
vi config.xml (in each of the directories)
This left me with two config files, that (are) as below:
Component Sessions - but unlike Gato’‘s screenshot, the fileds for “Name” “Category” and “Type” are blank. All the other fields look exactly the same. The screenshot I’'m referring to is this one:
(If the URL is messed up, look at this post)
So after that lengthy preamble, here are my questions:
Do I need to install/configure ejabberd as in the tutorial step 6 (from above)?
If not, what am I doing wrong?
How do I add AIM users to Spark (assuming that this is actually working right now )?
Thanks, and kudos on an excellent project and all of your hard work. This thing is -very- impressive.
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