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Old 10-03-2010, 01:30 PM   #1
mghis
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UUCP connection problem.


I have a problem using uucp. I have Ubuntu 10.4 and i installed the 'uucp' package.

In my LAN there are a desktop pc, a laptop, and the router
the desktop local ip is: 192.168.0.2
the laptop local ip is: 192.168.0.4

Here are the /etc/uucp/config and the /etc/uucp/sys i used on the desktop.
Code:
# /etc/uucp/sys
protocol et

protocol-parameter i timeout 5
protocol-parameter i packet-size 4095
protocol-parameter i remote-packet-size 4095
protocol-parameter t packet-size 4095
protocol-parameter t remote-packet-size 4095

#
# Our remote uucp system.
#
system uucplaptop 
address 192.168.0.4
port TCP
call-login loginname
call-password passwd
# I used the login name and the password of a user
Code:
# /etc/uucp/config
nodename uucpdesktop
I used the same configuration file on the laptop, but i changed the ip address, the login name and the password, and the system name.

I created a test file on the desktop and i tried retrieving it from the laptop with
Code:
uucp uucpdekstop\!/home/user/TEST.FILE uucplaptop\!/var/spool/uucppublic/

I get no error message but the test file isn't in the laptop.

Can you help me?
Thank you for any reply.

PS: I disabled the firewall on both pcs.

----- EDIT -----
Here is my /var/uucp/Log:
Code:
uucico uucpdesktop - (2010-10-03 18:23:35.29 4605) Wrong time to call
uucico uucpdesktop - (2010-10-03 18:23:38.49 4612) Wrong time to call
uucico uucpdesktop - (2010-10-03 18:23:38.86 4615) Wrong time to call
uucico uucpdesktop - (2010-10-03 18:23:39.21 4619) Wrong time to call
uucico uucpdesktop - (2010-10-03 18:23:42.26 4624) Wrong time to call
uucico uucpdesktop - (2010-10-03 18:23:55.42 4639) Wrong time to call
uucico uucpdesktop - (2010-10-03 18:23:56.27 4642) Wrong time to call
uucico uucpdesktop - (2010-10-03 18:23:56.66 4646) Wrong time to call
uucp uucpdesktop user (2010-10-03 18:29:55.41 6848) Queuing request of /home/user/TEST to /var/spool/uucppublic/
uucico uucpdesktop - (2010-10-03 18:29:55.42 6849) Wrong time to call
uucp uucpdesktop user (2010-10-03 20:51:14.99 27813) Queuing request of ~/home/user/TEST to /var/spool/uucppublic/user/
uucico uucpdesktop - (2010-10-03 20:51:15.00 27814) Wrong time to call
uucp uucpdesktop uucp (2010-10-03 20:52:40.08 27906) Queuing request of ~/home/michele/TEST to /var/spool/uucppublic/user/
uucico uucpdesktop - (2010-10-03 20:52:40.09 27907) Wrong time to call
uucp uucpdesktop root (2010-10-03 20:52:46.34 27919) Queuing request of ~/home/michele/TEST to /var/spool/uucppublic/user/
uucico uucpdesktop - (2010-10-03 20:52:46.35 27920) Wrong time to call
uucp uucpdesktop user (2010-10-03 20:54:34.56 28012) Queuing request of ~/home/michele/TEST to /var/spool/uucppublic/user/
uucico uucpdesktop - (2010-10-03 20:54:34.57 28013) Wrong time to call
uucico - - (2010-10-03 20:55:55.37 28076) Incoming call (login root port pts/2)
uucico - - (2010-10-03 20:57:55.39 28076) ERROR: Timeout

Last edited by mghis; 10-03-2010 at 02:06 PM. Reason: adding logs
 
Old 10-04-2010, 06:39 AM   #2
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uucico uucpdesktop - (2010-10-03 18:23:35.29 4605) Wrong time to call
It seems you didn't specify a time command that details when the remote system may be called
Did you mention time command in /etc/uucp/sys file?if not specify time command.

Code:
time any
Regards,
 
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Old 10-04-2010, 11:30 AM   #3
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Quote:
Originally Posted by sem007 View Post
It seems you didn't specify a time command that details when the remote system may be called
Did you mention time command in /etc/uucp/sys file?if not specify time command.

Code:
time any
Regards,
Thank you for the answer. Now the error is 'Connection refused.'

Can you help me again? Thanks for any reply
 
Old 10-04-2010, 02:24 PM   #4
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Thank you for the answer. Now the error is 'Connection refused.'

Can you help me again? Thanks for any reply
what your error log says?

mean while take a look this link it might help you.

Regards,
 
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Old 10-05-2010, 11:04 AM   #5
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Quote:
what your error log says?

mean while take a look this link it might help you.

Regards,
The error log on the laptop says 'Connection Refused'
On the desktop it says the following:
Code:
uux desktop user (2010-10-03 18:06:20.08 4251) Queuing 192.168.0.4
uuxqt desktop user (2010-10-03 18:06:20.08 4252) ERROR: Not permitted to execute 192.168.0.4
uux desktop user (2010-10-03 18:06:22.22 4261) Queuing 192.168.0.4
uuxqt desktop user (2010-10-03 18:06:22.22 4262) ERROR: Not permitted to execute 192.168.0.4
uucico - - (2010-10-03 21:16:11.64 5969) Incoming call (login root port pts/5)
uucico - - (2010-10-03 21:18:00.99 5969) ERROR: Got termination signal
Thank you for that link... Can anyone help me?

Thanks for any reply.
 
  


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