Running a new installation of CUPS 8.6.5 and the client is looking to integrate some Pidgin clients into the mix. The client does not like the layout of the Jabber application so they want to try Pidgin.
Jabber logs in fine and works fine, but Pidgin fails with an "internal server error"
I've followed the guide on enabling third party clients... any ideas?
Here's the log:
(11:49:12) connection: Registering. gc = 04FAB850
(11:49:12) dnsquery: Performing DNS lookup for 10.40.0.40
(11:49:12) dnsquery: IP resolved for 10.40.0.40
(11:49:12) proxy: Attempting connection to 10.40.0.40
(11:49:12) proxy: Connecting to 10.40.0.40:5222 with no proxy
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