Shadowlands Forum 1.9.6.4 / 1.9.7-devel14

Shadowlands Forum is a flexible, friendly, robust chatroom reachable via any telnet client.
Shadowlands Forum is a flexible, friendly, robust chatroom reachable via any telnet client. Shadowlands Forum project uses UNIX username and password for authentication, and includes the authlocal module to authenticate quickly from localhost.

Shadowlands Forum is the dedicated, wonderful work of Jeremy Monin, Dan Chin, and Matt Lochansky, and is released under the GNU Public License. Matt also did these web docs.

It's been under constant use and development by the shadowlands community for the last four years, and used by countless other places as well.

What's New in 1.9.6.4 Stable Release:

This release adds a recap of the recent conversation when connecting, runs on Fedora 9/GCC 4.3, and fixes a potential infinite loop in banner printing.
For PAM support, it now uses the "login" service, not "slforum", with added logging for PAM errors.
For scripting/monitoring, it now writes a user count file, for checking status from outside the room.

last updated on:
July 4th, 2008, 14:55 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Jeremy Monin
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Communications \ Chat

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