[freenet-support] FROM SAMUEL

2003-01-06 Thread SAMUEL
Dear Sir, This letter may come to you as surprise due to the fact that we have not met before, but only hope it will find you and your business in the best of interest. Let me quickly introduce myself and the purpose of my contacting you.My name is Samuel Savimbi, son of the late rebel

[freenet-support] ????????????????????????????????W H A T N O W????????????????????????????

2003-01-06 Thread Bernhard Kluge
OK! I have installed FREENET and got an nice clean Webinfo side, but what now What to do and where to get what ? I klick evreywhere on the nice clean webdoc but i cant not get any usefull done whit it. So ? where to go from here ??? The ide was very good but it

[freenet-support] questions

2003-01-06 Thread John McCain
I am a newbie who has just set up a permanent node, and I'm getting abysmal results trying to access freesites. The few attempts that succeed take up to an hour to load, and most sites never come back at all. Is this performance normal? I've heard conflicting reports about how to improve

Re: [freenet-support] ?W H A T N O W ?

2003-01-06 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Mon, Jan 06, 2003 at 05:27:32PM +0100, Bernhard Kluge wrote: OK! I have installed FREENET and got an nice clean Webinfo side, but what now What to do and where to get what ? I klick evreywhere on the nice clean webdoc but i cant not get any usefull done whit it. Try clicking on The Freedom

Re: [freenet-support] ????????????????????????????????W H A T N O W????????????????????????????

2003-01-06 Thread Dave Hooper
now So ? where to go from here ??? EX. What meanes whit KEY KEY ยด S ? globalRequestsPerHour: 0.0 =What i know that 127.0.0.1 is my own maskin but so what

Re: [freenet-support] questions

2003-01-06 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Mon, Jan 06, 2003 at 10:34:11AM -0600, John McCain wrote: I am a newbie who has just set up a permanent node, and I'm getting abysmal results trying to access freesites. The few attempts that succeed take up to an hour to load, and most sites never come back at all. Is this performance

Re: [freenet-support] questions

2003-01-06 Thread Dave Hooper
I am a newbie who has just set up a permanent node, and I'm getting abysmal results trying to access freesites. The few attempts that succeed take up to an hour to load, and most sites never come back at all. Is this performance normal? ... Yes ... Although an hour seems excessive. For

Re: [freenet-support] ????????????????????????????????W H A T NO W ????????????????????????????

2003-01-06 Thread John McCain
So, you are able to connect to your localhost: or something like that and get the status web pages, right? On the main page, you should notice three links, one of which is the freedom engine. This effectively is the freenet portal. Freenet itself is like the web was in the Early '90s. No

[freenet-support] Still not announcing..

2003-01-06 Thread Chris Linstruth
I'm about ready to hang it up. I reinstalled a plain-jane 0.5.0.7 node and used the startup script to config. I also trimmed the garbage from seednodes.ref, keeping only three known-good nodes. Even though I have a wide-open, unfirewalled host on a DS3 and would like to contribute a permanent

Re: [freenet-support] Still not announcing..

2003-01-06 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Mon, Jan 06, 2003 at 09:36:09AM -0800, Chris Linstruth wrote: I'm about ready to hang it up. I reinstalled a plain-jane 0.5.0.7 node and used the startup script to config. I also trimmed the garbage from seednodes.ref, keeping only three known-good nodes. Try

Re: [freenet-support] Still not announcing..

2003-01-06 Thread murray
how do i get off mailing list have been trying for months nobody cares. please answer me if you can without attachment thank you - Original Message - From: Matthew Toseland [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, January 06, 2003 7:50 PM Subject: Re: [freenet-support] Still

Re: [freenet-support] Still not announcing..

2003-01-06 Thread Dave Hooper
how do i get off mailing list have been trying for months nobody cares. please answer me if you can without attachment Haven't been trying very hard have you. It's easy and people have already replied to you telling you how. Either follow the instructions in your mail headers, or if you don't

Re: [freenet-support] Still not announcing..

2003-01-06 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Mon, Jan 06, 2003 at 08:08:33PM +0200, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: how do i get off mailing list have been trying for months nobody cares. please answer me if you can without attachment Read your headers. Every message sent to this list includes headers telling you how to unsubscribe. You

Re: [freenet-support] Still not announcing..

2003-01-06 Thread Chris Linstruth
That's the seednodes.ref I was using before. Nothing but connections refused. I tried a few by hand and got zero percent response. With all due respect, shouldn't I only need one good node in seednodes.ref to get up and running? I doubt that's the cause of the problem I'm having. By the way,

Re: [freenet-support] Still not announcing..

2003-01-06 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Mon, Jan 06, 2003 at 10:40:53AM -0800, Chris Linstruth wrote: That's the seednodes.ref I was using before. Nothing but connections When? Hawk was down for a while recently, which would have led to the seednodes.ref not working. refused. I tried a few by hand and got zero percent response.

Re: [freenet-support] Still not announcing..

2003-01-06 Thread Sascha =?unknown-8bit?q?W=FCstemann?=
On Mon, Jan 06, 2003 at 10:40:53AM -0800 or thereabouts, Chris Linstruth wrote: [..] By the way, it's REALLY difficult to read your responses without whitespace between your text and the text you're replying to. very hard to read is full quoting, too. To reduce bandwidth and being eye-friendly

[freenet-support] configuring mozilla for freenet

2003-01-06 Thread Phi L
hi I've found the following QA in an old freenet FAQ. Looks like it won't work for me. :( When I try to load two Freenet sites from fproxy at the same time, it's really slow! Why? Many browsers limit the number of simultaneous connections to something far too low for efficiently browsing

Re: [freenet-support] configuring mozilla for freenet

2003-01-06 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Mon, Jan 06, 2003 at 10:19:44PM +0100, Phi L wrote: hi I've found the following QA in an old freenet FAQ. Looks like it won't work for me. :( There is a more up to date version of this in the README. When I try to load two Freenet sites from fproxy at the same time, it's really slow!

Re: [freenet-support] Still not announcing..

2003-01-06 Thread Chris Linstruth
On Mon, 6 Jan 2003, Matthew Toseland wrote: On Mon, Jan 06, 2003 at 10:40:53AM -0800, Chris Linstruth wrote: That's the seednodes.ref I was using before. Nothing but connections When? Hawk was down for a while recently, which would have led to the seednodes.ref not working. Just last week

Re: [freenet-support] temp files

2003-01-06 Thread marcoc1
At 22.26 05/01/03 +, you wrote: btw my ./freenet/freenet/store_*/temp dir is empty, and I do not regularl= y=20 delete the files manually. Not surprising. It is cleaned out on node startup. It is not so simple; all 4 nodes I run (539 to 629) had 100Mb or more in temp dir that never goes