Re: [freenet-support] My node keeps loosing all it's opennet connections

2009-09-16 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Tuesday 15 September 2009 15:15:47 freenet wrote:
 Every few days my node just looses all it's connections.
 
 Restarting the node does not solve the problem. Usually I have to shut  
 the node down completely for about two days. When I restart it, after  
 about 10 minutes it starts getting connections. One time I downloaded  
 a new seednodes.fref file and that seemed to get the connections  
 started again.
 
 I think there is a bug where the node keeps trying to contact one or  
 two nodes on IP addresses that are no longer valid. For example, this  
 time I see the following two errors over and over and over and over  
 again in the logs:
 
 Sep 15, 2009 04:10:05:527 (freenet.io.comm.UdpSocketHandler,  
 PacketSender thread for 60973, ERROR): Error while sending packet to  
 128.222.3.103:18143: java.io.IOException: No route to host
 java.io.IOException: No route to host
   at java.net.PlainDatagramSocketImpl.send(Native Method)
   at java.net.DatagramSocket.send(DatagramSocket.java:612)
   at freenet.io.comm.UdpSocketHandler.sendPacket(UdpSocketHandler.java: 
 247)
   at freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java:1794)
   at freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendAuthPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java: 
 1781)
   at  
 freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendAnonAuthPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java: 
 1739)
   at  
 freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendJFKMessage1(FNPPacketMangler.java:839)
   at freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendHandshake(FNPPacketMangler.java: 
 2876)
   at freenet.node.PacketSender.realRun(PacketSender.java:247)
   at freenet.node.PacketSender.run(PacketSender.java:126)
   at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:637)
   at freenet.support.io.NativeThread.run(NativeThread.java:100)
 Sep 15, 2009 04:10:10:555 (freenet.node.PeerManager, PacketSender  
 thread for 60973, NORMAL): Connected: 0  Routing Backed Off: 0  Too  
 New: 0  Too Old: 0 Disconnected: 14  Never Connected: 18  Disabled: 0   
 Bursting: 1  Listening: 0  Listen Only: 0  Clock Problem: 0   
 Connection Problem: 0  Disconnecting: 0
 Sep 15, 2009 04:10:13:471 (freenet.io.comm.UdpSocketHandler,  
 PacketSender thread for 60973, ERROR): Error while sending packet to  
 5.4.174.104:60115: java.io.IOException: No route to host
 java.io.IOException: No route to host
   at java.net.PlainDatagramSocketImpl.send(Native Method)
   at java.net.DatagramSocket.send(DatagramSocket.java:612)
   at freenet.io.comm.UdpSocketHandler.sendPacket(UdpSocketHandler.java: 
 247)
   at freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java:1794)
   at freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendAuthPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java: 
 1781)
   at  
 freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendAnonAuthPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java: 
 1739)
   at  
 freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendJFKMessage1(FNPPacketMangler.java:839)
   at freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendHandshake(FNPPacketMangler.java: 
 2876)
   at freenet.node.PacketSender.realRun(PacketSender.java:247)
   at freenet.node.PacketSender.run(PacketSender.java:126)
   at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:637)
   at freenet.support.io.NativeThread.run(NativeThread.java:100)
 
 
 My Internet connection is working fine. Those two IP addresses are not  
 reachable and the node is stuck in a loop trying to get to them. One  
 other temporary fix was to edit the seednodes.fref file and remove the  
 nodes with the unreachable IP addresses.
 
 Freenet 0.7.5 Build #1233 build01233
 Freenet-ext Build #26 r23771
 
 # Java Version: 1.6.0_15
 # JVM Vendor: Apple Inc.
 # JVM Version: 14.1-b02-92
 # OS Name: Mac OS X
 # OS Version: 10.5.8
 # OS Architecture: x86_64
 
 Sure seems like a serious bug to me.

Sounds like a serious bug in your internet connection. We do indeed repeatedly 
send handshaking packets to all our peers' IP addresses and this is normal and 
expected behaviour if two of them have invalid addresses.


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[freenet-support] problem with posting uninstall questionary

2009-09-16 Thread Paolo Inglese
Hello,
I'd like to inform you that I had problems in posting the answers of the  
uninstall questionary.
When I clicked on the send button, I've received a Google Page that  
reported an error.
Thanks.

Best regards,
Paolo


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[freenet-support] Broken link on site.

2009-09-16 Thread Travis Cook
I am having trouble with broken links on your website. On
http://freenetproject.org/download.html#unix, there is a link that says
Read the FAQ on how to enable web-access from a remote computer.
Clicking on FAQ only brings me to the main FAQ page. Under technical
questions, there is a link about How do I allow connections to FProxy
from other computers? but, once again, this link goes nowhere. I am
trying to install Freenet on a headless server. A headless system is
pretty useless if you can't access Freenet from another computer, so
these instructions are pretty important - and it certainly doesn't seem
obvious without them!

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[freenet-support] I dont know if the other went through

2009-09-16 Thread adam rush
hey,
my name is adam and i believe in what you all are trying to
accomplish but there is some major things i ran into when i tried using ur
product. One thing i noticed was when i tried running it, it kept telling me
i needed java which i updated to the max. why it kept telling me i needed to
update it i have no idea. maybe you all can tell me why it still wouldnt
work even after i updated. my second concern is that its a little
complicated and throws alot at you when ur just a normal joe such as myself
when you first start up. when i started running the program it started
giving me all these messeges like im not running the right plug-ins right or
something along those lines. i didnt know what it was talking about or how
to fix um so me (bieng the average joe) would get frustrated and quit using
the program (like i did).

heres my idea,

what if you guys didnt make it a web browser based program, like
frostwire, and gave it its own browser. a seprate browser only associated to
the program so it can be watched by the program. and the downloading client
would be much more like frostwire so were not trying to figure it out all
the time and we can enjoy your product better. so the program its self is
like frostwire but the browser is seprate when we wanna start surfing the
web. and the last thing is make all im gonna need to run the program be in
the file when im downloading it for the first time. so i have a once a time
setup then im done! quick and easy.

tryin to help you out because i believe in what yall are doing,

adam rush
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Re: [freenet-support] I dont know if the other went through

2009-09-16 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Monday 14 September 2009 16:46:38 adam rush wrote:
 hey,
 my name is adam and i believe in what you all are trying to
 accomplish but there is some major things i ran into when i tried using ur
 product. One thing i noticed was when i tried running it, it kept telling me
 i needed java which i updated to the max. why it kept telling me i needed to
 update it i have no idea. maybe you all can tell me why it still wouldnt
 work even after i updated. my second concern is that its a little
 complicated and throws alot at you when ur just a normal joe such as myself
 when you first start up. when i started running the program it started
 giving me all these messeges like im not running the right plug-ins right or
 something along those lines. i didnt know what it was talking about or how
 to fix um so me (bieng the average joe) would get frustrated and quit using
 the program (like i did).
 
 heres my idea,
 
 what if you guys didnt make it a web browser based program, like
 frostwire, and gave it its own browser. a seprate browser only associated to
 the program so it can be watched by the program. and the downloading client
 would be much more like frostwire so were not trying to figure it out all
 the time and we can enjoy your product better. so the program its self is
 like frostwire but the browser is seprate when we wanna start surfing the
 web. and the last thing is make all im gonna need to run the program be in
 the file when im downloading it for the first time. so i have a once a time
 setup then im done! quick and easy.
 
 tryin to help you out because i believe in what yall are doing,
 
 adam rush
 
The Java problem is well known, enormously serious, and has started to be fixed 
by various vendors. On Windows, the latest version should not have this 
problem; on Mac, OS/X 10.6 fixes the problem, 10.5 update 5 will fix it when it 
eventually is released, on Linux it varies from distro to distro (I think it 
was recently fixed for Ubuntu). We have disabled the plugins because of this 
problem. That breaks a lot of things, making it harder to figure it out, but 
it should be fixed soon.


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Re: [freenet-support] My node keeps loosing all it's opennet connections

2009-09-16 Thread Evan Daniel
On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 11:10 AM, Matthew Toseland
t...@amphibian.dyndns.org wrote:
 On Tuesday 15 September 2009 15:15:47 freenet wrote:
 Every few days my node just looses all it's connections.

 Restarting the node does not solve the problem. Usually I have to shut
 the node down completely for about two days. When I restart it, after
 about 10 minutes it starts getting connections. One time I downloaded
 a new seednodes.fref file and that seemed to get the connections
 started again.

 I think there is a bug where the node keeps trying to contact one or
 two nodes on IP addresses that are no longer valid. For example, this
 time I see the following two errors over and over and over and over
 again in the logs:

 Sep 15, 2009 04:10:05:527 (freenet.io.comm.UdpSocketHandler,
 PacketSender thread for 60973, ERROR): Error while sending packet to
 128.222.3.103:18143: java.io.IOException: No route to host
 java.io.IOException: No route to host
       at java.net.PlainDatagramSocketImpl.send(Native Method)
       at java.net.DatagramSocket.send(DatagramSocket.java:612)
       at freenet.io.comm.UdpSocketHandler.sendPacket(UdpSocketHandler.java:
 247)
       at freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java:1794)
       at freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendAuthPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java:
 1781)
       at
 freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendAnonAuthPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java:
 1739)
       at
 freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendJFKMessage1(FNPPacketMangler.java:839)
       at freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendHandshake(FNPPacketMangler.java:
 2876)
       at freenet.node.PacketSender.realRun(PacketSender.java:247)
       at freenet.node.PacketSender.run(PacketSender.java:126)
       at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:637)
       at freenet.support.io.NativeThread.run(NativeThread.java:100)
 Sep 15, 2009 04:10:10:555 (freenet.node.PeerManager, PacketSender
 thread for 60973, NORMAL): Connected: 0  Routing Backed Off: 0  Too
 New: 0  Too Old: 0 Disconnected: 14  Never Connected: 18  Disabled: 0
 Bursting: 1  Listening: 0  Listen Only: 0  Clock Problem: 0
 Connection Problem: 0  Disconnecting: 0
 Sep 15, 2009 04:10:13:471 (freenet.io.comm.UdpSocketHandler,
 PacketSender thread for 60973, ERROR): Error while sending packet to
 5.4.174.104:60115: java.io.IOException: No route to host
 java.io.IOException: No route to host
       at java.net.PlainDatagramSocketImpl.send(Native Method)
       at java.net.DatagramSocket.send(DatagramSocket.java:612)
       at freenet.io.comm.UdpSocketHandler.sendPacket(UdpSocketHandler.java:
 247)
       at freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java:1794)
       at freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendAuthPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java:
 1781)
       at
 freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendAnonAuthPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java:
 1739)
       at
 freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendJFKMessage1(FNPPacketMangler.java:839)
       at freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendHandshake(FNPPacketMangler.java:
 2876)
       at freenet.node.PacketSender.realRun(PacketSender.java:247)
       at freenet.node.PacketSender.run(PacketSender.java:126)
       at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:637)
       at freenet.support.io.NativeThread.run(NativeThread.java:100)


 My Internet connection is working fine. Those two IP addresses are not
 reachable and the node is stuck in a loop trying to get to them. One
 other temporary fix was to edit the seednodes.fref file and remove the
 nodes with the unreachable IP addresses.

 Freenet 0.7.5 Build #1233 build01233
 Freenet-ext Build #26 r23771

 # Java Version: 1.6.0_15
 # JVM Vendor: Apple Inc.
 # JVM Version: 14.1-b02-92
 # OS Name: Mac OS X
 # OS Version: 10.5.8
 # OS Architecture: x86_64

 Sure seems like a serious bug to me.

 Sounds like a serious bug in your internet connection. We do indeed 
 repeatedly send handshaking packets to all our peers' IP addresses and this 
 is normal and expected behaviour if two of them have invalid addresses.

The first of those IP addresses listed looks like my node.  I'm not
sure why it made that one public; it should be using
evanbd.dyndns.org.  That IP is indeed not routable to the outside
world; apparently my noderef is from when I was running on my father's
strangely configured network (something about needing to be able to
VPN into networks that collectively used all the various
reserved-for-private nets address spaces, so he chose something
unreserved that he knew to be unroutable).

My updated noderef is below.  I've manually examined it for obvious
errors.  I've left the ip address in it; that is the correct external
ip for my node.  However, it's a dhcp address (though an infrequently
changing one), so it should probably removed to leave only the dyndns
name if that won't cause any problems.

Evan Daniel

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Re: [freenet-support] Support Digest, Vol 48, Issue 12

2009-09-16 Thread freenet

On Sep 16, 2009, at 10:25 AM, Evan Daniel eva...@gmail.com wrote:

 Message: 6
 Date: Wed, 16 Sep 2009 12:46:22 -0400
 From: Evan Daniel eva...@gmail.com
 Subject: Re: [freenet-support] My node keeps loosing all it's opennet
   connections
 To: support@freenetproject.org
 Message-ID:
   4f9383510909160946r5bbe70f6rc6eb5069e95...@mail.gmail.com
 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1

 On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 11:10 AM, Matthew Toseland
 t...@amphibian.dyndns.org wrote:
 On Tuesday 15 September 2009 15:15:47 freenet wrote:
 Every few days my node just looses all it's connections.

 Restarting the node does not solve the problem. Usually I have to  
 shut
 the node down completely for about two days. When I restart it,  
 after
 about 10 minutes it starts getting connections. One time I  
 downloaded
 a new seednodes.fref file and that seemed to get the connections
 started again.

 I think there is a bug where the node keeps trying to contact one or
 two nodes on IP addresses that are no longer valid. For example,  
 this
 time I see the following two errors over and over and over and over
 again in the logs:

 Sep 15, 2009 04:10:05:527 (freenet.io.comm.UdpSocketHandler,
 PacketSender thread for 60973, ERROR): Error while sending packet to
 128.222.3.103:18143: java.io.IOException: No route to host
 java.io.IOException: No route to host
 ? ? ? at java.net.PlainDatagramSocketImpl.send(Native Method)
 ? ? ? at java.net.DatagramSocket.send(DatagramSocket.java:612)
 ? ? ? at  
 freenet.io.comm.UdpSocketHandler.sendPacket(UdpSocketHandler.java:
 247)
 ? ? ? at  
 freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java:1794)
 ? ? ? at  
 freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendAuthPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java:
 1781)
 ? ? ? at
 freenet 
 .node.FNPPacketMangler.sendAnonAuthPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java:
 1739)
 ? ? ? at
 freenet 
 .node.FNPPacketMangler.sendJFKMessage1(FNPPacketMangler.java:839)
 ? ? ? at  
 freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendHandshake(FNPPacketMangler.java:
 2876)
 ? ? ? at freenet.node.PacketSender.realRun(PacketSender.java:247)
 ? ? ? at freenet.node.PacketSender.run(PacketSender.java:126)
 ? ? ? at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:637)
 ? ? ? at freenet.support.io.NativeThread.run(NativeThread.java:100)
 Sep 15, 2009 04:10:10:555 (freenet.node.PeerManager, PacketSender
 thread for 60973, NORMAL): Connected: 0 ?Routing Backed Off: 0 ?Too
 New: 0 ?Too Old: 0 Disconnected: 14 ?Never Connected: 18 ? 
 Disabled: 0
 Bursting: 1 ?Listening: 0 ?Listen Only: 0 ?Clock Problem: 0
 Connection Problem: 0 ?Disconnecting: 0
 Sep 15, 2009 04:10:13:471 (freenet.io.comm.UdpSocketHandler,
 PacketSender thread for 60973, ERROR): Error while sending packet to
 5.4.174.104:60115: java.io.IOException: No route to host
 java.io.IOException: No route to host
 ? ? ? at java.net.PlainDatagramSocketImpl.send(Native Method)
 ? ? ? at java.net.DatagramSocket.send(DatagramSocket.java:612)
 ? ? ? at  
 freenet.io.comm.UdpSocketHandler.sendPacket(UdpSocketHandler.java:
 247)
 ? ? ? at  
 freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java:1794)
 ? ? ? at  
 freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendAuthPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java:
 1781)
 ? ? ? at
 freenet 
 .node.FNPPacketMangler.sendAnonAuthPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java:
 1739)
 ? ? ? at
 freenet 
 .node.FNPPacketMangler.sendJFKMessage1(FNPPacketMangler.java:839)
 ? ? ? at  
 freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendHandshake(FNPPacketMangler.java:
 2876)
 ? ? ? at freenet.node.PacketSender.realRun(PacketSender.java:247)
 ? ? ? at freenet.node.PacketSender.run(PacketSender.java:126)
 ? ? ? at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:637)
 ? ? ? at freenet.support.io.NativeThread.run(NativeThread.java:100)


 My Internet connection is working fine. Those two IP addresses are  
 not
 reachable and the node is stuck in a loop trying to get to them. One
 other temporary fix was to edit the seednodes.fref file and remove  
 the
 nodes with the unreachable IP addresses.

 Freenet 0.7.5 Build #1233 build01233
 Freenet-ext Build #26 r23771

 # Java Version: 1.6.0_15
 # JVM Vendor: Apple Inc.
 # JVM Version: 14.1-b02-92
 # OS Name: Mac OS X
 # OS Version: 10.5.8
 # OS Architecture: x86_64

 Sure seems like a serious bug to me.

 Sounds like a serious bug in your internet connection. We do indeed  
 repeatedly send handshaking packets to all our peers' IP addresses  
 and this is normal and expected behaviour if two of them have  
 invalid addresses.

 The first of those IP addresses listed looks like my node.  I'm not
 sure why it made that one public; it should be using
 evanbd.dyndns.org.  That IP is indeed not routable to the outside
 world; apparently my noderef is from when I was running on my father's
 strangely configured network (something about needing to be able to
 VPN into networks that collectively used all the various
 reserved-for-private nets address spaces, so he chose something
 unreserved that he knew to be unroutable).

 My updated noderef is below.  I've