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Started by kasumix, October 14, 2006, 05:40:02 AM

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kasumix

October 14, 2006, 05:40:02 AM Last Edit: October 14, 2006, 05:43:47 AM by kasumix
Hi Everbody

I am trying to set up my own Webserver acting like .mac. Ive read all the tutorials carefully but now i am a a point where i cant go on. ive put all the files to the corresponding places and my apache.conf seems to be ok. I can access my iDisk over Finder/iDisk/Connect without any problems But when i enter my username and password in the pref pane and go to the iDisk tab. I still receive the error:
due a connection error the idisk is not aveilable.
Ive also checked the logs and the only thing i found there was:
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx - - [14/Oct/2006:20:42:11 +0200] "GET /configurations/internetservices/idiskconfiguration/1/clientConfiguration.plist HTTP/1.1" 200 497 "-" "CFNetwork/129.18"
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx - - [14/Oct/2006:20:42:17 +0200] "GET /configurations/internetservices/dotmacpreferencespane/1/clientConfiguration.plist HTTP/1.1" 200 292 "-" "CFNetwork/129.18"

Can anybody help me out?

Thanks in advance Kasumix.

walinskydotcom

Check your (https) secure services. Did you add your certificates to your keychain ?

kasumix

hi thanks for your answer. Yes i did add the certificates and when i connect to https://www.mac.com and https://idisk.mac.com with my browser it just works fine.

walinskydotcom

Check your logs;

when you open your .Mac preferences pane your access-log should show something like:
##.###.##.## - - [17/Oct/2006:12:05:26 +0200] "GET /configurations/internetservices/dotmacpreferencespane/1/clientConfiguration.plist HTTP/1.1" 200 292 "-" "CFNetwork/129.18"
##.###.##.## - - [17/Oct/2006:12:05:27 +0200] "POST /WebObjects/Info.woa/wa/DynamicUI/dotMacPreferencesPaneMessage HTTP/1.1" 200 649 "-" "CFNetwork/129.18"

clicking the iDisk tab should show something like:
##.###.##.## - - [17/Oct/2006:12:08:12 +0200] "GET /configurations/internetservices/idiskconfiguration/1/clientConfiguration.plist HTTP/1.1" 200 406 "-" "CFNetwork/129.18"
##.###.##.## - - [17/Oct/2006:12:08:12 +0200] "POST /WebObjects/Info.woa/wa/Query/retrieveDiskConfiguration HTTP/1.1" 200 256 "-" "InternetPref/Version-10.2"

The sync tab will not work with this (Apache httpd / mod_dav) solution;

kasumix

Hello

Ive alredy checked the logs a lot and the matter is i just see
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx - - [17/Oct/2006:18:29:34 +0200] "GET /configurations/internetservices/dotmacpreferencespane/1/clientConfiguration.plist HTTP/1.1" 200 292 "-" "CFNetwork/129.18"
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx - - [17/Oct/2006:18:29:37 +0200] "GET /configurations/internetservices/idiskconfiguration/1/clientConfiguration.plist HTTP/1.1" 200 497 "-" "CFNetwork/129.18"

It seems like it doesent call the Perlscripts, but i just cant figure out why. There is no other Error or Logentry Displayd.

kasumix

thanks walinsky  i could solve the problem. I just need to get the apache Patched that Backup will work.

Greets Kasumix

nils

hi

i have exactly the same Problem...
the only thing i can see in my logfiles are the "configurations/internetservices/dotmacpreferencespane/1/clientConfiguration.plist" lines
no 'WebObjects/Info.woa/wa.....'
this really frustrating me... i´m trying to setup this .mac-fake-acc since 3 Weeks every evening, but i cant get it to work
i hope someone can help me...

my webserver is apache2, with the apache2-patch for the quota-support...


jasonh1234


walinskydotcom

Quote from: nils on January 09, 2007, 09:30:48 AM
hi

i have exactly the same Problem...
the only thing i can see in my logfiles are the "configurations/internetservices/dotmacpreferencespane/1/clientConfiguration.plist" lines
no 'WebObjects/Info.woa/wa.....'
this really frustrating me... i´m trying to setup this .mac-fake-acc since 3 Weeks every evening, but i cant get it to work
i hope someone can help me...

my webserver is apache2, with the apache2-patch for the quota-support...


If no requests are made to 'WebObjects/Info.woa/wa.....' you either haven't set your dns up the correct way, or your certificates aren't trusted by your mac