Re: [bug-GNUnet] Can't specify different names for config file in project data

2019-09-11 Thread Christian Grothoff
On 9/11/19 6:00 PM, Alessio Vanni wrote: > Christian Grothoff writes: > >> Ok, then I'm not sure how you expect this to work: if you do not give >> the code access to the configuration data (i.e. by telling it to load it >> from a different directory than where GNUnet was installed and also not

Re: [bug-GNUnet] Can't specify different names for config file in project data

2019-09-11 Thread Alessio Vanni
Christian Grothoff writes: > Ok, then I'm not sure how you expect this to work: if you do not give > the code access to the configuration data (i.e. by telling it to load it > from a different directory than where GNUnet was installed and also not > providing the right configuration information

Re: [bug-GNUnet] Can't specify different names for config file in project data

2019-09-11 Thread Christian Grothoff
Ok, then I'm not sure how you expect this to work: if you do not give the code access to the configuration data (i.e. by telling it to load it from a different directory than where GNUnet was installed and also not providing the right configuration information in that directory), then obviously

Re: [bug-GNUnet] Can't specify different names for config file in project data

2019-09-10 Thread Alessio Vanni
Sorry for the late reply. I didn't see there was a reply to the report (I'm not subscribed to this list... I check the archives from time to time though.) > This shouldn't be the case, as GNUnet picks up the (default) service > contact information from a the share/gnunet/config.d/ directory. > >

Re: [bug-GNUnet] Can't specify different names for config file in project data

2019-09-04 Thread Christian Grothoff
This shouldn't be the case, as GNUnet picks up the (default) service contact information from a the share/gnunet/config.d/ directory. Also, when I change the value, everything still works for me. What is the error message you are seeing (if any)? On 9/1/19 11:51 AM, Alessio Vanni wrote: > The