[freenet-support] Integration in 0.7

2005-09-19 Thread Matthew Toseland
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[freenet-support] Zero Point Seven

2005-09-19 Thread Matthew Toseland
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[freenet-support] Integration in 0.7

2005-09-19 Thread Julien Cornuwel
Matthew Toseland a ?crit : >My understanding is that the french crypto regulations were abandoned >some time ago. > > That law is just a project (no decree yet). For the moment, we're still limited to 128b. >Make your own darknet. :) >Then come to Bristol, take me out for a pizza, and I'll

[freenet-support] help-Route Not Found, Couldn't Retrieve Key, node recently reseeded, gpl not helping. [signed]

2005-09-19 Thread Bruce Hollihan [c]
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[freenet-support] Zero Point Seven

2005-09-19 Thread Volodya Mozhenkov
I know that you probably hate people asking the same questions over and over again, i have been reading these discussions and explanations for quite some time, but can't find an answers to the questions that interests me. Let's say I trust John and Jill. I create my own litte darknet to

[freenet-support] help-Route Not Found, Couldn't Retrieve Key, node recently reseeded, gpl not helping. [signed]

2005-09-19 Thread Bruce Hollihan [c]
Hello I am a new user to freenet, and it seems like I followed all the directions, but I can't get on freenet. Here's some info: Version Information Node Version0.5 Protocol Version1.46 Build Number5012 CVS Revision1.90.2.50.2.38 Uptime 1 day 4 hours

[freenet-support] Proposed new freenet - questions from a Freesite author

2005-09-19 Thread Matthew Toseland
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[freenet-support] Connection Issue

2005-09-19 Thread Matthew Toseland
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[freenet-support] The new version and UDP

2005-09-19 Thread Matthew Toseland
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[freenet-support] Re: Hypothetical question...

2005-09-19 Thread Matthew Toseland
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[freenet-support] rfi: FCP API for 0.7

2005-09-19 Thread Matthew Toseland
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[freenet-support] Proposed new freenet - questions from a

2005-09-19 Thread remai...@invalid.com
-BEGIN TYPE III ANONYMOUS MESSAGE- Message-type: plaintext In <20050919160711.GB19713 at amphibian.dyndns.org> Matthew Toseland wrote: >On Sun, Sep 18, 2005 at 04:47:54AM -0700, dukemorbid1 at hushmail.com wrote: >> I viewed Ian's DEFCON presentation and though not a technical >> expert

[freenet-support] Integration in 0.7

2005-09-19 Thread remai...@invalid.com
-BEGIN TYPE III ANONYMOUS MESSAGE- Message-type: plaintext In <20050919155428.GD18971 at amphibian.dyndns.org> Matthew Toseland wrote: >On Sat, Sep 17, 2005 at 07:52:44PM +0200, Julien Cornuwel wrote: >> Matthew Toseland a ?crit : >> >> >On Sat, Sep 17, 2005 at 06:36:53PM +0200, Julien

[freenet-support] Re: "Could not find the Main class" error

2005-09-19 Thread Bob
Jim Q. writes: > Hi, > I had problem installing Freenet because it will fail to download software > during installation. Matthew helped me with that so I copied some of the > software it was having difficulty with in the installation directory but now > at the end of the installation I get

[freenet-support] Re: Could not find the Main class error

2005-09-19 Thread Bob
Jim Q. [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hi, I had problem installing Freenet because it will fail to download software during installation. Matthew helped me with that so I copied some of the software it was having difficulty with in the installation directory but now at the end of the

Re: [freenet-support] rfi: FCP API for 0.7

2005-09-19 Thread Matthew Toseland
No. 0.7 is a major change. The fundamentals will be similar but there are some significant changes: - We no longer create one connection for every request. We multiplex. This is what the identifiers are for. - Requests do not necessarily start immediately. They can be queued by the node. If

Re: [freenet-support] Re: Hypothetical question...

2005-09-19 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Sat, Sep 17, 2005 at 08:55:01PM +, Bob wrote: Matthew Toseland [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: --snip-- No, there will be an opennet. It will probably operate on similar principles to the current 0.5 network, but will be 0.7. We could have a rotating public nodes system like we

Re: [freenet-support] Re: Hypothetical question...

2005-09-19 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Sat, Sep 17, 2005 at 10:28:49PM -0400, John Meeks wrote: It seems to me that finding people to communicate with (trust) is the hard part, and actually communicating with them is the easy part. The opennet allows you to not have to trust people, since everything is anonymous, and thus

Re: [freenet-support] The new version and UDP

2005-09-19 Thread Matthew Toseland
Well... yeah. :| You can keep using 0.5. And there will be a TCP transport plugin, eventually, but probably not before 0.7.0. However in your case I rather suspect freenet 0.7.0 would just work, even with UDP. UDP port forwarding should not normally be necessary. If you know the IP of the other

Re: [freenet-support] Integration in 0.7

2005-09-19 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Sat, Sep 17, 2005 at 07:52:44PM +0200, Julien Cornuwel wrote: Matthew Toseland a ?crit : On Sat, Sep 17, 2005 at 06:36:53PM +0200, Julien Cornuwel wrote: As far as the above goes, please read the responses to the other post. I did. So you confirm my understanding ? 99% of current

[freenet-support] Connection Issue

2005-09-19 Thread Jake Speed
I had been using Freenet for about a week without an issue. After having to restart, Freenet would just keep trying to connect forever without success. I have tried re-installing to no avail. I have double checked my Firewall settings with the Port in the Freenet.ini file. I can't see any

[freenet-support] Proposed new freenet - questions from a Freesite author

2005-09-19 Thread dukemorbid1
I viewed Ian's DEFCON presentation and though not a technical expert found it fascinating. Some questions arise that might concern other non-technical users of Freenet too. 1. I don't know (i.e. can't identify) any other Freenet users. How will I be able to find a set of peers? 2. Does

Re: [freenet-support] Connection Issue

2005-09-19 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Sun, Sep 18, 2005 at 01:01:35AM -0700, Jake Speed wrote: I had been using Freenet for about a week without an issue. After having to restart, Freenet would just keep trying to connect forever without success. Trying to connect? What do you mean? Do you have any connections (web interface -

Re: [freenet-support] Proposed new freenet - questions from a Freesite author

2005-09-19 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Sun, Sep 18, 2005 at 04:47:54AM -0700, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I viewed Ian's DEFCON presentation and though not a technical expert found it fascinating. Some questions arise that might concern other non-technical users of Freenet too. 1. I don't know (i.e. can't identify) any other

Re: [freenet-support] Integration in 0.7

2005-09-19 Thread Julien Cornuwel
Matthew Toseland a écrit : My understanding is that the french crypto regulations were abandoned some time ago. That law is just a project (no decree yet). For the moment, we're still limited to 128b. Make your own darknet. :) Then come to Bristol, take me out for a pizza, and I'll connect

[freenet-support] Zero Point Seven

2005-09-19 Thread Volodya Mozhenkov
I know that you probably hate people asking the same questions over and over again, i have been reading these discussions and explanations for quite some time, but can't find an answers to the questions that interests me. Let's say I trust John and Jill. I create my own litte darknet to

Re: [freenet-support] Zero Point Seven

2005-09-19 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Mon, Sep 19, 2005 at 06:55:38PM +0100, Volodya Mozhenkov wrote: I know that you probably hate people asking the same questions over and over again, i have been reading these discussions and explanations for quite some time, but can't find an answers to the questions that interests me.

Re: [freenet-support] Integration in 0.7

2005-09-19 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Mon, Sep 19, 2005 at 07:37:27PM +0200, Julien Cornuwel wrote: Matthew Toseland a ?crit : My understanding is that the french crypto regulations were abandoned some time ago. That law is just a project (no decree yet). For the moment, we're still limited to 128b. That's bizarre. Nobody

[freenet-support] Re: Connection Issue

2005-09-19 Thread Jake Speed
Matthew Toseland [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On Sun, Sep 18, 2005 at 01:01:35AM -0700, Jake Speed wrote: I had been using Freenet for about a week without an issue. After having to restart, Freenet would just keep trying to connect forever without success. Trying to connect? What do you

[freenet-support] help-Route Not Found, Couldn't Retrieve Key, node recently reseeded, gpl not helping. [signed]

2005-09-19 Thread Bruce Hollihan [c]
Hello I am a new user to freenet, and it seems like I followed all the directions, but I can't get on freenet. Here's some info: Version Information Node Version0.5 Protocol Version1.46 Build Number5012 CVS Revision1.90.2.50.2.38

Re: [freenet-support] help-Route Not Found, Couldn't Retrieve Key, node recently reseeded, gpl not helping. [signed]

2005-09-19 Thread Juiceman
On 9/19/05, Bruce Hollihan [c] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello I am a new user to freenet, and it seems like I followed all the directions, but I can't get on freenet. Here's some info: Version Information Node Version0.5 Protocol Version1.46 Build Number5012 Ouch. This

Re: [freenet-support] help-Route Not Found, Couldn't Retrieve Key, node recently reseeded, gpl not helping. [signed]

2005-09-19 Thread Juiceman
Thanks for the heads up I ended up trashing that ancient version of freenet, and went for the latest release instead. I've started it up, and already things seem to be closer to a desired outcome, so I'll be patient. Also, I received this message, as seen below this line. Should I be concerned