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Month: December 2015

Re: [trinity-devel] GIT Problems - Cloning TDE Source

From: Michael Howard <mike@...>
Date: Thu, 3 Dec 2015 07:53:51 +0000
On 02/12/2015 18:19, Timothy Pearson wrote:
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>> Hi Guys,
>> Firstly, my apologies to Tim, Slavek, Michele and Francois as I sent
>> them a direct email regarding this problem because I thought the mailing
>> list was down but in fact, it was my mail server blocking list messages
>> because the Reverse DNS check failed for ''.
> Reverse DNS looks fine here (subdomain should not matter):

Hi Tim,

Thanks for getting back to me.

I've been getting hammered by spam so tried a few things, rDNS checks 
being one of them. Unfortunately, the mail server checks the rDNS for 
the host (, the domain alone is not sufficient 
( See results from '' - Your Reverse DNS Record (PTR) is 
not a valid host name. According to email sending best practices, a PTR 
Record should be a valid host name. If the PTR Record is not a valid 
hostname, there is a likelihood that you will experience email delivery 
issues with anti-spam services.)

I added an exception for but the rDNS check was 
rejecting other valid mail too so I've removed it.

> The TDE servers are still in a bad physical location for Internet access,
> on top of residing in the United States where high speed Internet access
> is typically much harder to obtain than the rest of the world.  Relocation
> is still being worked on with tentative scheduling for the middle of 2016.


> Slavek has a (plain HTTP) mirror here:

Thanks, I read this message in the archive before I started receiving 
list messages and I've started to clone Sl�vek's mirror. Though he did 
mention in his reply about a complication regarding the submodules.

> Alternatively you can download the complete release tarball for R14.0.2;
> it contains the GIT SCM files such that you should only need to switch
> back to the master branch and pull (relatively small) updates from the
> master server:

I don't see any SCM files in the monolithic tar ball.

> Hope this helps!

It does, very much, thanks.


Mike Howard