Re: [freenet-support] Freenet Down!

2004-07-30 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
I see your point, but we are working in a collaborative environment, and the node ops time is important too. Maybe less that the core developers one, but still important. This is the Stable release, and 5087 is crap^h^h^h^h er... unworkable. ... the user too deserve some attention when

[freenet-support] F*cked-up releases

2004-07-30 Thread Zenon Panoussis
Just to sing a different tune than the one everyone else is singing, I upgraded to 5088 last night and it seems to work relatively well. The load is considerably higher than with 5084 and the same configuration but, as far I can see without studying logs, everything works as it should. Perhaps

[freenet-support] node file renaming ?

2004-07-30 Thread Klaus BrĂ¼ssel
What does the message 'CANNOT RENAME NODE FILE node-temp TO node' suggest ? stable build 5088 / Linux kernel 2.6.7 / Sun Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 1.4.2_04-b05, mixed mode) ciao --klaus ___ Support mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [freenet-support] Couldn't connect to the network. Are you sure...

2004-07-30 Thread Toad
On Thu, Jul 29, 2004 at 07:35:06PM -0400, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: man... the recent changes knocked me right off the network. Had it working in OSX for a bit using an old version What happens exactly? RNFs? How many connections are open? Trying in Linux, firewall on/off nothing seems to

[freenet-support] Addresses detected by network

2004-07-30 Thread NickP
I posted same message on devel list by mistake... Addresses detected by network section of the Environment page says this: IPv4: 1 IPv4: 81 The address on the second line is my address, but the address on the first line has never been my address. What is