Donde os habeis hecho la cuenta? El servidor de jabberland.com parece caido. Y puede que tambien afecte a su servidor jabber. A mi no me muestra su bot o sea que puede ser.
Que problema teneis, no deja conectar con jabber o con la sala?
Para instalarlo en la sala en CPI, puedes usar muckl. Creo que lo comenté.
Os pongo el README
Unpack MUCkl into a directory accessible by your web server.
2) Configure Web Server
This is the trickiest part of the setup as it depends on which
HTTP Polling service you've chosen. It requires some knowledge of
apache configuration as well as some understanding of what HTTP
First let me explain, what we need to do and why: Due to security
data outside the domain it has been loaded from. Gecko based
browsers are even more restrictive in this as they don't allow
them to access data on a different port either.
So say, the HTTP Polling service we plan to use for MUCkl is
located at http://jabber.somedomain.com:5280/http-poll/
typical ejabberd URI). MUCkl itself is served at
. Now we have to make sure that our
installation of MUCkl can access the HTTP Polling service by
calling some local URI like
. So we have to
setup a rewrite rule which redirects requests on
Using apache this can be achieved by the following steps:
* Make sure that mod_rewrite and mod_proxy (additionally
mod_proxy_http for apache2) are loaded.
* Define a rewrite rule for your MUCkl installation directory (Step 1).
E.g. create an .htaccess file within your MUCkl installation
directory like the following:
RewriteRule http-poll/ http://jabber.somedomain.com:5280/http-poll/
3) Setup Jabber Account
In order to complete Step 3 and 4 you will need a native Jabber
client that supports registration of new accounts and the MUC
protocol for configuration of your chat room. My tip: Use Exodus
on Windows, tkabber on Linux.
Now you need to create a new jabber account. Make sure that you
can connect to it by way of the chosen HTTP Polling service. So
most probably using the example above you would create it on
Everybody using your installation of MUCkl will use this account
data to enter the Jabber network and join your chat room.
4) Setup Chat Room
Now use some different Jabber account which will be the owner of
your desired chat room. Enter your room or create a new one and
configure it to suit your needs (e.g. don't make it
private/invite only/password protected, as MUCkl doesn't support
these kind of things).
5) Configure MUCkl
Now that we have all necessary data at hand we finally may edit
config.js (located in MUCkl's installation directory). For
detailed information on how to do this refer to the comments
given in this file!
When done, fire up your prefered browser (see above!
login to MUCkl.