corsac at debian.org
Thu Jul 12 14:55:21 CEST 2012
On jeu., 2012-07-12 at 13:13 +0200, Harald Judt wrote:
> Hi guys,
> I'm investigating the use of geolocation auto-detection by IP-address of
> xfce4-weather-plugin, and here's the result of the HTTP request:
> <CountryName>United States</CountryName>
I think it's a static page.
> That's far, far, far away from me and not my IP. Where does it get that
> IP from?
> In fact, I haven't got one usable result yet. Do I need extra parameters?
> From weather-search.c:
> /* archive.xfce.org is our download server that runs mod_geoip
> * with the www.maxmind.com database */
> weather_http_receive_data ("archive.xfce.org", "/geolocation",
> proxy_host, proxy_port,
> cb_geolocation, data);
> Now this one works fine:
> And to be sure I've tried another one and it works correctly too:
> Only archive.xfce.org does not. Is this service still supported /
> maintained? If so, can someone please look at it and fix it?
Are you sure this is really a geolocation service? I don't remember
anything about that.
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