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Hi, I'm still struggling with getting my moo to email to people who do
@request <player-name> for <email connection>. Right now it says:
The system cannot resolve the name of the system you're connected from.
Please send mail to email@example.com, with the character name
Unless you plug in an IP address for the email connection, when you get:
#17:suspicious_address, line 24: Type mismatch
... called from #25:check_player_request check_reregistration, line 36
... called from #10:request_character, line 10
... called from #32:@request*-character @register (this == #93), line 12
(End of traceback)
I saw this in response to someone having a similar problem and looked into
it on my database:
>It looks like you're using a database that hasn't been upgraded as described in
>ChangeLog.txt to handle the changes made to add port numbers to the result of
>connection_name(). Be aware that the 1Oct94 LambdaCore, the latest one
>available, was made from a 1.7.8 server. Therefore, to use it successfully
>with later server releases, you need to search ChangeLog.txt for all `NOTE'
>entries from releases after 1.7.8 and apply the changes described there.
when I did @chmod $string_utils:connection_hostname_bsd -d I found that
$hacker has been recycled! I did @chown on $string etc. and then @chmod,
but my moo will still not email out.
We also changed from bsd to just plain $string_utils:connection_hostname
and recompiled because we're running system V, but still no luck.
My question now is, is it worth downloading a new core and dumping all my
objects in order to get $hacker (#37) back as it originally is? Would that
help solve my moo mail problem, or is there something else I can try?
P.S. $network.active is set to q, and the properties are set properly, and we've
also done this:
To enable outbound network connections, recompile the MOO server after
editing options.h so it includes the line:
thanks for any help,
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