[freenet-support] Freenet newer than 5.0.7

2003-01-09 Thread Catalin
When will the next stable version of freenet(5.0.8 or 5.1.0) become 
available for download (the widnows version)?
Until then will there be available a complete 5.0.7 (or newer) windows 
version? (like the 5.0.6-1 complete version- without webinstall). I am 
asking this because like I said before the webinstaller doesn't work for me.

Catalin



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[freenet-support] Connection closed. at NodeStatusServlet

2003-01-09 Thread zbalevsk

I'm getting Connection closed. whenever I try to view the Routing Table Status
and the histogram of RT keys.  It started around build 641

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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet newer than 5.0.7

2003-01-09 Thread Mathew Ryden
- Original Message -
From: Catalin [EMAIL PROTECTED]


 When will the next stable version of freenet(5.0.8 or 5.1.0) become
 available for download (the widnows version)?
 Until then will there be available a complete 5.0.7 (or newer) windows
 version? (like the 5.0.6-1 complete version- without webinstall). I am
 asking this because like I said before the webinstaller doesn't work for
me.

Sorry about that -  I had forgotten to upload it along with the 0.5.0.7
webinstaller. The full install should be up and accessible similar to the
webinstaller now.

I still haven't had any ideas on why the webinstall doesn't work for you -
it seems a very odd problem. More that your connection to sf.net dies,
rather than an actual error in the installer.

 Catalin

-Mathew


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Re: [freenet-support] TFE, CRUFT FF

2003-01-09 Thread Greg Wooledge
Nicholas Sturm ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 I've read that note about try retrieving the previous edition, but
 point me to the directions for doing THAT.  Thanks.

When the DNF page in recent stable builds of Freenet comes up for
a DBR site, it has a hyperlink on it which leads to yesterday's
edition.  You click it.

 What does DNF stand for?

Data Not Found.  Freenet's equivalent of an HTTP 404.

  ?date=3D20030105 in the URL bar or something.
 
 I think I could handle the or something but is ?date=3D2--30105 a magic
 phrase.
 I have no idea what it stands for.

First of all, it means your mail client is broken.  There should not
be a 3D after the =.  It's just 2003 01 05 which means January 5,
2003.  All together: ?date=20030105 (assuming your mail client doesn't
mangle it again).

I'll try to make sure mutt doesn't use quoted-printable encoding this
time, since that's probably what made your mail client barf.

I've snipped the rest of your message, since they weren't direct
questions that I can answer.  If you need more answers, be sure to
Cc the list this time, instead of just replying to me personally.

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Re: [freenet-support] TFE, CRUFT FF

2003-01-09 Thread Nicholas Sturm

 I've snipped the rest of your message, since they weren't direct
 questions that I can answer.  If you need more answers, be sure to
 Cc the list this time, instead of just replying to me personally.


Actually, the personal reply was intention although you disapprove.



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Re: [freenet-support] TFE, CRUFT FF

2003-01-09 Thread Nicholas Sturm

   ?date=3D3D20030105 in the URL bar or something.
 =20
  I think I could handle the or something but is ?date=3D3D2--30105 a
m=
 agic
  phrase.
  I have no idea what it stands for.

 First of all, it means your mail client is broken.  There should not
 be a 3D after the =3D.  It's just 2003 01 05 which means January 5,
 2003.  All together: ?date=3D20030105 (assuming your mail client doesn't
 mangle it again).

Even better mangled this time.  The mail client is earthlink.net 's new
distribution.  It does let one use other browsers more easily now, but the
last time I tried to set up Mozilla for mail, it wanted my mail sytem to
have not used POP and it does so that pretty well confused that.  Actually
the last make of Mozilla seems to offer other options, but that was even
more confusing.  Oh, well...

P.S.:  Your reply was readible until I tried to send the reply.



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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet newer than 5.0.7

2003-01-09 Thread Catalin
Mathew Ryden wrote:

I still haven't had any ideas on why the webinstall doesn't work for you -
it seems a very odd problem. More that your connection to sf.net dies,
rather than an actual error in the installer.


At 21% the download just stops(it doesn't stops gradualy: it's running 
at full speed and the suddenly the installer says that that the download 
failed..). I tried to install freenet from a friend's computer using 
another OS (win98) and another ISP and for him the first file downloaded 
OK but the secound file (freenet-ext..) refused to download.
What about the other questions?(when will the next version of freenet 
will be available?)

Catalin


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