Re: [freenet-support] Open Gateway Problem

2004-11-22 Thread freenet
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Anyway, I just discovered Freenet and downloaded and installed
the client. When I right click on the icon in the tray and choose
Open Gateway, my browser opens but I get a Connection refused
error.

Does that mean you're on Windows?  What build are you running?  5099?
Sorry...Yes, it's Windows XP Pro, SP2. Hmmm...right click/About 
says 0.5.2.8?

Thanks for the searching help.
--
Keith
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[freenet-support] Is FIND dead?

2004-11-22 Thread Sonax

Hi all

No, FIND is not dead, i have just been having some ISP related 
trouble. I hope to get back by the middle of this week, but i have 
also learned that promises from my ISP are not worth... well, much.

So, in short, no, THEY have not gotten to me and FIND will return 
in time...

Have fun!
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Re: [freenet-support] Open Gateway Problem

2004-11-22 Thread S
On Mon, 22 Nov 2004 00:46:50 -0700
Keith Russell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Also, www.freenethelp.org didn't work for me. Does anyone know if 
 the site is out of service, or just temporarily down?

It's most likely temporary. It just took me a couple of tries to get
through to it, via web or traceroute, but it did come up. The person who
maintains that site is an active participant on these lists.

 Anyway, I just discovered Freenet and downloaded and installed 
 the client. When I right click on the icon is the tray and choose 
 Open Gateway, my browser opens but I get a Connection refused 
 error.
 
 Can anyone give me any ideas on what to look for in resolving 
 this problem?

Your best bet is probably the freenet.log file generated in the
directory where you installed Freenet. Most of the entries won't make a
lot of sense to a new user, and if your log is over a couple of megs, I
wuold suggest shutting down Freenet, deleting freenet.log, then starting
up Freenet again. If it continues to hang up, send the last few entries
out of the log to this list.

Another possibility, is there an application on the local machine which
uses port ? That's the port that Freenet's web interface uses by
default, so if you have something else (such as a web proxy) running
locally on that port, it would cause some problems.

And finally what version of Java are you using? Some JREs run Freenet
perfectly while others seem to have problems.

All in all, don't be discouraged that it isn't working yet! It can take
some tweaks to get Freenet running properly.

-s
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Re: [freenet-support] Is FIND dead?

2004-11-22 Thread Paul Derbyshire
On 22 Nov 2004 at 3:39, Sonax wrote:

 No, FIND is not dead, i have just been having some ISP related 
 trouble. I hope to get back by the middle of this week, but i have 
 also learned that promises from my ISP are not worth... well, much.

Promises from ISPs are worth slightly less than promises from 
politicians.
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[freenet-support] Stable build 5100

2004-11-22 Thread Toad
Freenet stable build 5100 is now available. The snapshots have been
updated. Please upgrade.
Changes:
- Removed the (primary) failure table. This may have been causing many
  fast DNFs recently on files that may well actually be available, but
  which through getting requests and failing have gotten into the
  failure tables on many nodes. There is a risk that removing the
  failure table may increase network load; if this happens, we have
  various options for dealing with it. Until recently there were very
  few files blocked by the failure table, but there have been recent
  reports of large numbers of blocks, possibly caused by increased node
  specialization.
- Minor client-layer bugfixes - NullPointerExceptions in
  SegmentOutputStream turned into error messages. I haven't fixed the
  underlying cause of the error messages yet, but things should work
  better with the errors than with the NPEs (which were also errors!).
-- 
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Re: [freenet-support] Open Gateway Problem

2004-11-22 Thread evolution
Quoting [EMAIL PROTECTED]:

 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  Does that mean you're on Windows?  What build are you running?  5099?

 Sorry...Yes, it's Windows XP Pro, SP2. Hmmm...right click/About
 says 0.5.2.8?

The build number is on the gateway page.  It says Build: and then the number,
and then your node's load.  5100 is out, so you should probably upgrade,
regardless.

-todd

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Re: [freenet-support] Stable build 5100

2004-11-22 Thread Sara Mill

Freenet stable build 5100 is now available. The snapshots have been
updated. Please upgrade.
I downloaded http://freenetproject.org/snapshots/freenet-latest.tgz and 
extracted only freenet.jar into my working directory. It still reports 
5099

--Sara
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Re: [freenet-support] Stable build 5100

2004-11-22 Thread Sara Mill
On Tue, 23 Nov 2004, Sara Mill wrote:
I downloaded http://freenetproject.org/snapshots/freenet-latest.tgz and 
extracted only freenet.jar into my working directory. It still reports 5099
I apologize to you all, the list, for the recent post. I have discovered 
my blunder.

Humbly,
--Sara
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[freenet-support] New sudo on Gnetoo breaks freenet

2004-11-22 Thread Salah Coronya
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Seee bug 71835 http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=71835 .

The fix is to uncomment this line:

Defaults:%wheel !env_reset

and Freenet will run. This may not be the best answer though.

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