• You've been inactive too long.

    From Pamafa@VERT/PMF to All on Tue Apr 18 16:10:36 2023
    Hi,
    i've this problem:
    when i try to connect from my c64 via telnet with wifi card (300 baud), i can't insert user and password before who the synchronet write me "You've been inactive too long.".

    Thanks.

    Ivano Venerandi

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  • From Nightfox@VERT/DIGDIST to Pamafa on Tue Apr 18 08:59:55 2023
    Re: You've been inactive too long.
    By: Pamafa to All on Tue Apr 18 2023 04:10 pm

    when i try to connect from my c64 via telnet with wifi card (300 baud), i can't insert user and password before who the synchronet write me "You've been inactive too long.".

    What happens when you start typing? Are the characters not appearing on the screen when you type?

    Nightfox

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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Pamafa on Tue Apr 18 11:39:26 2023
    Re: You've been inactive too long.
    By: Pamafa to All on Tue Apr 18 2023 04:10 pm

    Hi,
    i've this problem:
    when i try to connect from my c64 via telnet with wifi card (300 baud), i can't insert user and password before who the synchronet write me "You've been inactive too long.".

    This sounds like a fixed short-lived bug in v3.20a (in development) in the parsing of ctrl/main.ini.
    https://git.synchro.net/gitpushlog.ssjs#2ad81713ca49c58046fd36fd3ee18e700d533d52

    Have you not updated since March 20?

    If you are current, then just increase the maximum inactivity value in SCFG->Servers->Terminal->Max Login Inactivity.

    If you're connecting to a Telnet port (instead of the PETSCII-80 port, e.g. TCP port 64), then you might be subjected to the "dumb terminal" (robot) detection login in exec/login.js which reduces the inactivity timeout to the inactive_hangup value set in modopts.ini:
    http://wiki.synchro.net/module:login

    Increasing that value would eliviate that situation (or just connect to the PETSCII port instead).
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  • From Ivano@VERT/PMF to Digital Man on Wed Apr 19 18:56:41 2023
    Re: You've been inactive too long.
    By: Digital Man to Pamafa on Tue Apr 18 2023 11:39:26

    Re: You've been inactive too long.
    By: Pamafa to All on Tue Apr 18 20
    04:10 pm

    Hi,
    i've this problem:
    when i try to connect from my c64
    via telnet with wifi card (300
    baud), i can't insert user and
    password before who the synchrone
    write me "You've been inactive to
    long.".

    This sounds like a fixed short-lived
    bug in v3.20a (in development) in th
    parsing of ctrl/main.ini.
    https://git.synchro.net/gitpushlog.s
    #2ad81713ca49c58046fd36fd3ee18e700d5
    52

    Have you not updated since March 20?

    If you are current, then just increa
    the maximum inactivity value in
    SCFG->Servers->Terminal->Max Login
    Inactivity.

    If you're connecting to a Telnet por
    (instead of the PETSCII-80 port, e.g
    TCP port 64), then you might be
    subjected to the "dumb terminal"
    (robot) detection login in
    exec/login.js which reduces the
    inactivity timeout to the
    inactive_hangup value set in
    modopts.ini:
    http://wiki.synchro.net/module:login

    Increasing that value would eliviate
    that situation (or just connect to t
    PETSCII port instead).


    now i'm writing with c64, but at
    9600baud.
    I installed synchronet in april.
    I will see the development page.
    Thanks and sorry for my english.

    Ivano Venerandi

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