Web socket remote debugging

Sebastian Bejga 6 years ago 0

 I would suggest to write into the documentation (in this case the wiki) where the enryption salt strings are located.

Because I took the string "Ch4ng3^M3" literally and changed it to a secure string of mine. But i changed only in server and validation script and wondered then why it does not work. Messed up by reverse engineering (writing console.logs into the server.js and so on...) until I found the salt again in client/js/lib/socketbug_console.js...

Just a suggestion if there exists more encryption_salt_changer except me ;-)

SwitzerBaden 4 years ago 0

The server will also need to have openSSL installed:

sudo apt-get install libssl0.9.8

Also install the development package:

sudo apt-get install libssl-dev

Manifest Interactive 6 years ago 0
It would be handy to have a way to change the Debug Log Level from the console rather than having to update the javascript and have to refresh the page.  This could go in the settings bar at the top.  Have a drop down list with maybe the options of:

Debug Level Select List:  
 * 5 = log, debug, info, warn, & error
 * 4 = debug, info, warn, & error
 * 3 = info, warn, & error
 * 2 = warn, & error
 * 1 = error
Ted P 5 years ago 0
I can't get socketbug to run when using iisnode on windows & iis 7, since one has to specify a port number in the configuration for socketbug, but using iisnode the port will actually be a named pipe ("\.\pipe\b2b4cb8c-7564-4408-80f5-3ba5f5809541"), this is accessed through the use of "process.env.PORT".
Mike Taylor 6 years ago • updated by Manifest Interactive 6 years ago 2

This is due to a bug in jQuery 1.6.1... 1.6.2 was just released last week with a fix. Would you mind upgrading? It's kind of hard to read the page... :(


John Kramlich 6 years ago • updated by Manifest Interactive 6 years ago 1
Add a class name to each item in the console output history denoting the log level of that item.  This would allow filtering of the history by log level similar to Firebug; All, error, debug, etc.
klojniewski 6 years ago • updated by Manifest Interactive 6 years ago 1

Nice screencast, please tell me what software did you used.

Manifest Interactive 6 years ago 0
Allow Messages to be sent to Specific Client, All Client in Application, or All Clients in Group.

Here is some info on how to better target messages.

manny_v 5 years ago • updated by Manifest Interactive 5 years ago 1

I just started using socketbug and I'm trying to figure out how to run the provided bash files socketbug_start.sh and socketbug_stop.sh. I have to say that I'm a complete newbie in this field and don't have a lot experience with using terminal commands. Can somebody also explain to me what's the difference between running socketbug via "node socketbug_server.js" instead of the bash files? 

Thanks a lot!

Finn Herzfeld 6 years ago 0
It seems that socketbug.debug("derp",1) should show up in in console, but it doesn't. I can see in the real browser console that it says it's being sent, but it doesn't show up in the SocketBug console. Am I doing something wrong?