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Reply 160 of 164, by ATauenis

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Still looks very interesting... Why my proxy cannot log in to VOGONS? Also found that similar problem appear on VK.com. Can anyone help?

Tried to compare HTTP headers on login time on latest Chrome via direct connection and on Firefox 3.6 via WebOne 0.11, and don't see any visible difference. But VOGONS server still rejecting valid username and password.

Also tried ProxHTTPSproxy MII and Firefox 3.6, and the login is doing. But the ProxHttpsProxy does not make any traffic edits, so VOGONS looking ugly here.

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Reply 161 of 164, by Caluser2000

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Firefox-ers logs in no worries on my P2oommx system. Admittedly it just chugs along to achieve this, but like the Tortoise it gets there in the end..😉:

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Reply 162 of 164, by ATauenis

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I've successfully installed macOS into a virtual machine, so now can debug WebOne in this OS.

Found that there is a little problem with running with user rights:

Cannot use log file /var/log/webone.log: Access to the path '/var/log/webone.log' is denied.

This can be fixed by two commands in Terminal:

sudo touch /var/log/webone.log
sudo chmod 666 /var/log/webone.log

Then log file will be accessible by WebOne. However, the proxy can work without log file too, but all messages will be shown only in Terminal.

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Reply 163 of 164, by Bruninho

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For macOS, I think you need to disable SIP and the Gatekeeper?
Try changing the directory to /usr/local/var instead to work around permissions?

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Reply 164 of 164, by ATauenis

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Bruninho wrote on 2021-07-23, 12:46:

For macOS, I think you need to disable SIP and the Gatekeeper?

No, simply added an exception via "Allow Anyway" button in "Security & Privacy" panel in System Preferences, and the developer verification error message disappear.

Bruninho wrote on 2021-07-23, 12:46:

Try changing the directory to /usr/local/var instead to work around permissions?

This path still requires sudo to access. Found a better place: ~/Library/Logs/.

I have set "AppendLogFile=/Users/atauenis/Library/Logs/webone.log" in configuration, and got both correct work and even real-time displaying of proxy log in system Console application. It's great, with its search box I'm can easily view messages for particular request by copying timestamp's beginning to the search box. This is what I've intended when making this log format.

So probably it will be included by default in nearest version of WebOne.

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