So if I understand correctly, then any interaction with(in) a chat room
It sounds like Jitsi may have failed to actually join the chat room.
This may have been an error response it does not know about. Though I
cannot be certain at this point.
IRC does its fair share of logging, so you could have a look there to
see if it shows hints of what happened. You can find some more info on
where Jitsi keeps its logging here: https://jitsi.org/Documentation/FAQ#logs
Additionally, since the IRC implementation is rather new, you can find
an easy to change property to increase the logging.
Look for it in the configuration file: <jitsi>/lib/logging.properties
The entry, which is already present in the file, looks like
"net.java.sip.communicator.impl.protocol.irc.level = <level>" (where
<level> is the actual level)
By default the level is set to INFO, you can change it to FINE or FINER
such that it logs more messages.
If you change it to FINER you will also enable Jitsi to log the raw
messages which the IRC plugin receives even before they are processed.
At this level you should definitely see a response when you try to join
a chat room.
You are welcome to post a piece of your logging to the mailing list, if
you want me to have a look.
On 19-02-15 20:38, Jeremy Malcolm wrote:
I am using IRC on Jitsi 2.6.5390. I have two servers; one which is a
public freenode server which works perfectly, and another which is a
private server that I access on a work network, which is secured by
SSL. I can connect to the work server, and join chatrooms, but I can't
type anything into those chatrooms and nor do I receive messages from
others or see their names in the user list. However - strangely - I do
receive a playback of messages that I missed while I was away (this is a
Has anyone else experienced this? Should I report it as a bug?
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