[freenet-support] Re: a dead horse and other animals

2004-11-26 Thread Newsbyte
1. Newsbyte: keep stirring things up. I find it helpful. I am of the same opinion, but I could be biased. ;-) 2. With respect I don't think you can both a) claim to be installing like a novice user and b) insist on keeping your existing Java install to be used and recognised. I am not. That's

[freenet-support] Re: Support Digest, Vol 16, Issue 19

2004-11-26 Thread Michael
I jumped the Freenet ship over a month ago and swam to the easy safety of Entropy. Maybe not all the content but hey, it works and works and doesn't need updates of anything(java or otherwise), it is consistent, fast, and I don't have to maintain, re-maintain, shutdown, restart, reconfigure,

Re: [freenet-support] Re: Support Digest, Vol 16, Issue 19

2004-11-26 Thread Ian Clarke
I am glad that you are happy, but what relevance does this have to the Freenet support mailing list? Ian. On 26 Nov 2004, at 13:47, Michael wrote: I jumped the Freenet ship over a month ago and swam to the easy safety of Entropy. Maybe not all the content but hey, it works and works and

[freenet-support] NativeBigInteger and CPUID build

2004-11-26 Thread notmyrealemail
Hi, Is there a (simple) way to build NativeBigInteger and CPUID libs for stable Freenet? I would like to test any performance benefits and therefore would need instructions how to build and install these libs for my node. Thanks! ___ Support

[freenet-support] Re: a dead horse and other animals

2004-11-26 Thread Wayne McDougall
[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: 3. And for those who have some slight knowledge and do want to run / keep the latest Java with a Windows install they can follow the instructions at: http://wikiserver.freenethelp.org:14741/InstallingFreenet That's entertaining. ... Glad you were

Re: [freenet-support] and another thing

2004-11-26 Thread S
On Thu, 25 Nov 2004 22:57:09 + Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: So he should link to the project page, first and foremost. That's called doing your research. FYI, a Google search for Freenet returns freenet.sourceforge.net as the 3rd result. freenetproject.org is somewhere on the 8th page of