[freenet-support] Problem using freenet

2006-03-03 Thread Volodya
Yuk Hui wrote:
> Hi,
>  
> I tried the freenet software in your website for a whole day, but so far 
> I can't go to any single freesite, the speed is very very slow, almost 
> the worst p2p application I have ever used. Can you tell me how to make 
> it better?
>  
> Regards,
> Yuk

0a. Don't panic!
0b. Keep node running as long as possible.
1a. Don't panic!
1b. It helps to have frost ( http://sourceforge.net/projects/jtcfrost ) running 
with 
Automatically Refresh Boards turned on.
2a. Don't panic!
2b. Set your datastore to at least a few Gibibytes.
3a. Don't panic!
3b. Realise that the aim of freenet is anonymity and resistance to censorship, 
not speed 
of downloads.
4a. Don't panic!
4b. Realise that freenet isn't actually that slow, but rather high latency 
network.

Hope this helps.

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[freenet-support] Re: [Tech] Weekly status report

2006-03-03 Thread Caco Patane
I was out for a few weeks and I want to know what was going on this time.

Can anybody with up-to-date information provide a report like this? It
was a good idea to have one... at least one per month.

Saludos,
Caco_Patane 

On 1/30/06, Matthew Toseland  wrote:
> WEEKLY STATUS REPORT
> 
>
> 0. Weekly status report.
> 1. Status of 0.7.
> 2. Public alpha.
> 3. Financial status and credit to volunteers.
> 4. Known serious issues.
>
> 0. Weekly Status Report.
>
> For some time, jrand0m has provided weekly status reports on I2P's
> progress. This is a good idea, so I will provide one.
>
> 1. Status of 0.7
>
> The 0.5/0.6 network is not being actively maintained, although if we
> become aware of a serious security issue we will fix it. The current
> focus of all effort is the 0.7 network. Mostly the implemented
> functionality seems to work, although there are occasional load issues,
> and load in general is so low that it is not really a valid test. FCPv2
> has been partially implemented, and thanks to sleon, Frost is now
> working, at least for messages. Fproxy works, but is not very user
> friendly and is insecure. 0.7 is still exclusively a darknet, meaning
> that connections are manually assigned. In practice, on a real darknet,
> this would be on the basis of pre-existing trust relationships; on our
> testnet most links are created randomly or on the basis of the network
> graphs.
>
> Freenet 0.7 remains highly insecure. First and foremost, testnet mode is
> enabled on all nodes, meaning that developers (and enemies!) can log
> into nodes remotely and browse their logs. Secondly, fproxy is insecure;
> it does not do any HTML filtering whatsoever at present. Thirdly, the
> connection setup protocol at present is vulnerable to Man-In-The-Middle
> attacks. The focus at present is on getting the basic client (FCPv2)
> functionality working so that third party devs can implement apps on top
> of it.
>
> 0.7 installation guide:
> http://wiki.freenetproject.org/FreenetAlphatestNodeInstallation
> 0.7 graphs:
> http://freeviz.freenetproject.org/~sleon/
>
> 2. Public Alpha.
>
> The current intention is to release a public alpha some time next week.
> The main focus is on client functionality for third party developers,
> i.e. FCPv2 - the Freenet Client Protocol, version 2.0. The alpha will
> have a feature-complete (apart from config and diagnostics, and maybe
> some other specialist stuff) implementation of FCPv2. The object is to
> get something out into the world on which third party developers can
> build applications. Sleon has already got Frost working (apart from file
> download/upload) on Freenet 0.7 via FCPv2. The alpha will not be
> especially user friendly, the most obvious thing being that users will
> still need to set up their own connections via IRC or other means.
>
> 3. Financial Status and credit to volunteers.
>
> The project's paypal balance as of 12PM today is $423.81. Normally there
> is no money in the e-gold account and Amazon Honour System accounts,
> presumably because they are less well known than paypal. I do not know
> whether there is money in the bank account. In any case, if the project
> wants to continue my full-time employment on Freenet, I will need to be
> paid soon - in theory next Monday. One objective of the imminent
> development alpha is to get some attention and therefore some cash. If
> you are reading this and want to give the project some money, please
> don't wait until we put the alpha out with a public appeal, give us all
> your money now! :)
>
> There has been an upsurge in volunteer development: Nextgens has mostly
> been doing sysadmin work for us (as well as working on compatibility with
> free JVMs), Sleon has got Frost working and created the code that makes
> the graphs mentioned above, Cyberdo got manifests working (thus enabling
> a useful fproxy), and Tubbie contributed a database-backed datastore
> around Christmas. Thanks to all who have contributed! Thanks also to all
> the people who have run 0.7 testnet nodes, and tested them. Hopefully
> there will be more developers after 0.7 is released. The fact remains
> however that I (Toad) do most of the day to day debugging as well as
> most of the major architectural work (despite his sometimes being lazy,
> which does not impact the project finances as he is paid by the hour).
>
> 3. Known serious issues.
>
> Two issues:
> - 0.7 is grossly insecure (see above).
> - Do NOT under any circumstances use prefetch (apart from "link rel="
>   support in browsers, which is safe) with Fproxy on Freenet 0.5. This
>   will go straight through the __CHECKED_HTTP_ web-bug guards, which
>   were set up to prevent users from accidentally clicking on potentially
>   malicious links from Freenet to the WWW.
> --
> Matthew J Toseland - toad at amphibian.dyndns.org
> Freenet Project Official Codemonkey - http://freenetproject.org/
> ICTHUS - Nothing is impossible. Our Boss says so.
>
>
> -BEGIN PGP 

Re: [freenet-support] Re: Freenet Project

2006-03-03 Thread Matthew Toseland
You are trying to run Freenet 0.5 on GCJ. This is not currently
supported. It will be supported in Freenet 0.7. There is a LOT of java
software that still does not run on GCJ, and it remains somewhat
experimental, but we will support it in 0.7.

Have a nice life.

On Sat, Feb 25, 2006 at 10:09:46AM -0800, Ian Clarke wrote:
 Sorry Dick, but I don't have time to solve your problems either -  
 certainly not when you inform me about them in such a rude way.
 
 In future, you might find when reporting bugs to people that you get  
 a better response if you don't insult them in the process.
 
 Ian.
 
 On 25 Feb 2006, at 09:14, Richard Helms wrote:
 
 Freenet Project:
 
 Just wasted 30 minutes trying to install/run Freenet on Redhat EL4  
 Desktop:
 
 ./start-freenet.sh
 Detected freenet-ext.jar
 Detected freenet.jar
 Sun java detected.
 Sun Java 1.4.2 detected.
 Starting Freenet now: Command line: java -Xmx128m - 
 XX:MaxDirectMemorySize=128m freenet.node.Main
 Done
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] freenet]$ Warning: -Xmx128m not understood.  
 Ignoring.
 Warning: -XX:MaxDirectMemorySize=128m not understood. Ignoring.
 Exception in thread main java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:  
 freenet.node.Main
at gnu.gcj.runtime.FirstThread.run() (/usr/lib/libgcj.so.5.0.0)
at _Jv_ThreadRun(java.lang.Thread) (/usr/lib/libgcj.so.5.0.0)
at _Jv_RunMain(java.lang.Class, byte const, int, byte const,  
 boolean) (/usr/lib/libgcj.so.5.0.0)
at __gcj_personality_v0 (/a/apps/freenet/java.version=1.4.2)
at __libc_start_main (/lib/libc-2.3.4.so)
at _Jv_RegisterClasses (/a/apps/freenet/java.version=1.4.2)
 
 The above are serious errors in your code and put Freenet into the  
 broken file for good. Every Java app I've installed works with no  
 difficulty, and I really don't have time to debug it for you.
 
 Goodbye,
 Dick Helms
 
 P.S. Your web install is Microsoft dummy-technology (really  
 dumb), and reflects the overall IQ level of your developers. Are  
 you guys graduate students or what?
 
 
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[freenet-support] Re: Everything seams to be working

2006-03-03 Thread Lars Holmqvist
Apparently it started working during last night, so it might have just been a coincidence. Thanks anyway.2006/2/27, Lars Holmqvist [EMAIL PROTECTED]
:Hello, I have set up Freenet on a winXP computer.Here is the problem. Everything seams to be working but the bookmark images wont load nor the links. Under Current downloads I get transfer errors; RouteNotFound, reason: No route found and Data Not found
I got inbound and outbound connection according to my firewall. (I have even change from windows firewall to an other)I have got a dyndns account (have a dynamic ip) and check the dns from other computers.I have enter in the config file the dns name under ipAddress= and taken away the %
I have noted the listenPort= and counfiguerd the firewall to accept those inbound connection.I have set outbound limit to 50kb (I have 100kb).I have set inbound limit to 0 (hae about 1.6Mb)I have set store size to 40GB
I have waited 10 hourse for it to seatle in.I have tested freenet on another computer on my internetconnections and that works, so it is not my isp.Below are some logging I have copy and pasted.Just ask if there is anything more I need to tell, 
realy realy a big thanks for listening and maybe give me some advice on what to do,Lars Holmqvist* LOG FILE *2001-jan-22 20:49:19 (freenet.node.Main, main): Starting Freenet (Fred) 0.5

 node, build #5106 on JVM Sun Microsystems Inc.:Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM:
1.5.0_06-b05os.arch = x86Loading native...Attempting to load freenet/support/CPUInformation/jcpuid-x86-windows.dllWritten to C:\DOCUME~1\KE5B74~1\LOKALA~1\Temp\jcpuid6719lib.tmp: 40960INFO: Native CPUID library 'freenet/support/CPUInformation/jcpuid-
x86-windows.dll' loaded from resourceINFO: Optimized native BigInteger library 'net/i2p/util/jbigi-windows-pentium4.dll' loaded from resource2001-jan-22 20:49:20 (freenet.node.Main, main): loading node keys: node

2001-jan-22 20:49:20 (freenet.node.Main, main): Read node file2001-jan-22 20:49:20 (freenet.node.Main, main): starting filesystem2001-jan-22 20:49:21 (freenet.node.Main, main): loading data store2001-jan-22 20:49:21 (
freenet.node.Main, main): loading routing table2001-jan-22 20:49:21 (freenet.node.Main, main): From output: 200704.02001-jan-22 20:49:21 (freenet.node.Main, main): Setting default initTransferRate to 200704.0

2001-jan-22 20:49:27 (
freenet.node.Main, main): Created new NGRT2001-jan-22 20:49:27 (freenet.node.Main, main): Loaded stats2001-jan-22 20:49:27 (freenet.node.Main, main): loading temp bucket factory2001-jan-22 20:49:27 (freenet.node.Main


, main): loaded temp bucket factory2001-jan-22 20:49:27 (freenet.node.Main, main): Loaded bucket factory2001-jan-22 20:49:46 (freenet.node.Main, main): Skipped reference - truncated: java.io.EOFException:

2001-jan-22 20:49:47 (
freenet.node.Main, main): seeded routing table2001-jan-22 20:49:55 (freenet.node.Main, main): starting node2001-jan-22 20:49:55 (freenet.node.Main, main): loading service: mainport2001-jan-22 20:49:55 (freenet.node.Main


, main): loading service: distribution2001-jan-22 20:49:55 (freenet.interfaces.servlet.SingleHttpServletContainer, main): Loading the single servlet distribution.params.servlet2001-jan-22 20:49:55 (freenet.node.Node


, main): Starting ticker..2001-jan-22 20:49:55 (freenet.node.Node, main): Starting interfaces..2001-jan-22 20:49:55 (freenet.node.http.BookmarkManagerServlet, main): Bookmarks updated on request2001-jan-22 20:49:56 (
freenet.node.Node, main): starting ListenSelector..2001-jan-22 20:50:27 (freenet.support.io.NIOInputStream, YThread-14): waited more than 3ms in NIOIS.read() tcp/connection: 4086


202.72.171.52:12753,[EMAIL PROTECTED]:[EMAIL PROTECTED] closingjava.lang.Exception: debug at freenet.support.io.NIOInputStream.read(NIOInputStream.java:319)


 at java.io.FilterInputStream.read(Unknown Source) at freenet.session.FnpLink.negotiateOutbound(FnpLink.java:637) at freenet.session.FnpLink.solicit(FnpLink.java:202) at freenet.session.FnpLinkManager.createOutgoing


(FnpLinkManager.java:111) at freenet.ConnectionJob.run(ConnectionJob.java:378) at freenet.ConnectionJob.createConnection(ConnectionJob.java:78) at freenet.node.ConnectionOpener.checkpoint(ConnectionOpener.java


:95) at freenet.node.states.maintenance.Checkpoint.checkpoint(Checkpoint.java:54) at freenet.node.states.maintenance.Checkpoint.received(Checkpoint.java:47) at freenet.node.StateChain.received(StateChain.java


:177) at freenet.node.StateChain.received(StateChain.java:61) at freenet.node.StateChainManagingMessageHandler$ChainContainer.run(StateChainManagingMessageHandler.java:335) at freenet.node.StateChainManagingMessageHandler$ChainContainer.received


(StateChainManagingMessageHandler.java:288) at freenet.node.StateChainManagingMessageHandler$ChainContainer.access$100(StateChainManagingMessageHandler.java:207) at freenet.node.StateChainManagingMessageHandler.handle


(StateChainManagingMessageHandler.java:99) at freenet.Ticker$Event.run(Ticker.java:325) at 

[freenet-support] Problem using freenet

2006-03-03 Thread Yuk Hui
Hi,

I tried the freenet software in your website for a whole day, but so far I can't go to any single freesite, the speed is very very slow, almost the worst p2p application I have ever used. Can you tell me how to make it better?


Regards,
Yuk
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[freenet-support] HELP !! my freenetconnection is not working

2006-03-03 Thread Ad Moos
My freenetconnection which I installed a few weeks, is not working.  After almost half a hour I receive half a page.  What do I have to do to get this working ?  How do I reseed my node ?  Where can I download to get my explorerbrowser safe ?Thanks in advanceAM
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[freenet-support] Connection timeouts

2006-03-03 Thread urza9814
I keep getting connection timeouts, and I think it might be due to the
nature of my internet connection, but I'm not sure how to go about
fixing that. Basically, what I have is a router connected to two
computers, and then this computer is connected through one of those
two by a cable connection. The problem is that I've gotta somehow
route my freenet connections not only through the router, but also
through the other computer, because this computer's IP address is
192.168.0.x and the router only allows 192.168.2.x for port
forwarding, DMZ, etc.
Anyone know how I can do this?
Both comps are currently on WinXP, though I switch this one into Linux
sometimes, which is the reason for the other comp - my wifi card
doesn't work in Linux.
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[freenet-support] Re: [Tech] Weekly status report

2006-03-03 Thread Caco Patane
I was out for a few weeks and I want to know what was going on this time.

Can anybody with up-to-date information provide a report like this? It
was a good idea to have one... at least one per month.

Saludos,
Caco_Patane !

On 1/30/06, Matthew Toseland [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 WEEKLY STATUS REPORT
 

 0. Weekly status report.
 1. Status of 0.7.
 2. Public alpha.
 3. Financial status and credit to volunteers.
 4. Known serious issues.

 0. Weekly Status Report.

 For some time, jrand0m has provided weekly status reports on I2P's
 progress. This is a good idea, so I will provide one.

 1. Status of 0.7

 The 0.5/0.6 network is not being actively maintained, although if we
 become aware of a serious security issue we will fix it. The current
 focus of all effort is the 0.7 network. Mostly the implemented
 functionality seems to work, although there are occasional load issues,
 and load in general is so low that it is not really a valid test. FCPv2
 has been partially implemented, and thanks to sleon, Frost is now
 working, at least for messages. Fproxy works, but is not very user
 friendly and is insecure. 0.7 is still exclusively a darknet, meaning
 that connections are manually assigned. In practice, on a real darknet,
 this would be on the basis of pre-existing trust relationships; on our
 testnet most links are created randomly or on the basis of the network
 graphs.

 Freenet 0.7 remains highly insecure. First and foremost, testnet mode is
 enabled on all nodes, meaning that developers (and enemies!) can log
 into nodes remotely and browse their logs. Secondly, fproxy is insecure;
 it does not do any HTML filtering whatsoever at present. Thirdly, the
 connection setup protocol at present is vulnerable to Man-In-The-Middle
 attacks. The focus at present is on getting the basic client (FCPv2)
 functionality working so that third party devs can implement apps on top
 of it.

 0.7 installation guide:
 http://wiki.freenetproject.org/FreenetAlphatestNodeInstallation
 0.7 graphs:
 http://freeviz.freenetproject.org/~sleon/

 2. Public Alpha.

 The current intention is to release a public alpha some time next week.
 The main focus is on client functionality for third party developers,
 i.e. FCPv2 - the Freenet Client Protocol, version 2.0. The alpha will
 have a feature-complete (apart from config and diagnostics, and maybe
 some other specialist stuff) implementation of FCPv2. The object is to
 get something out into the world on which third party developers can
 build applications. Sleon has already got Frost working (apart from file
 download/upload) on Freenet 0.7 via FCPv2. The alpha will not be
 especially user friendly, the most obvious thing being that users will
 still need to set up their own connections via IRC or other means.

 3. Financial Status and credit to volunteers.

 The project's paypal balance as of 12PM today is $423.81. Normally there
 is no money in the e-gold account and Amazon Honour System accounts,
 presumably because they are less well known than paypal. I do not know
 whether there is money in the bank account. In any case, if the project
 wants to continue my full-time employment on Freenet, I will need to be
 paid soon - in theory next Monday. One objective of the imminent
 development alpha is to get some attention and therefore some cash. If
 you are reading this and want to give the project some money, please
 don't wait until we put the alpha out with a public appeal, give us all
 your money now! :)

 There has been an upsurge in volunteer development: Nextgens has mostly
 been doing sysadmin work for us (as well as working on compatibility with
 free JVMs), Sleon has got Frost working and created the code that makes
 the graphs mentioned above, Cyberdo got manifests working (thus enabling
 a useful fproxy), and Tubbie contributed a database-backed datastore
 around Christmas. Thanks to all who have contributed! Thanks also to all
 the people who have run 0.7 testnet nodes, and tested them. Hopefully
 there will be more developers after 0.7 is released. The fact remains
 however that I (Toad) do most of the day to day debugging as well as
 most of the major architectural work (despite his sometimes being lazy,
 which does not impact the project finances as he is paid by the hour).

 3. Known serious issues.

 Two issues:
 - 0.7 is grossly insecure (see above).
 - Do NOT under any circumstances use prefetch (apart from link rel=
   support in browsers, which is safe) with Fproxy on Freenet 0.5. This
   will go straight through the __CHECKED_HTTP_ web-bug guards, which
   were set up to prevent users from accidentally clicking on potentially
   malicious links from Freenet to the WWW.
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Re: [freenet-support] Problem using freenet

2006-03-03 Thread Volodya

Yuk Hui wrote:

Hi,
 
I tried the freenet software in your website for a whole day, but so far 
I can't go to any single freesite, the speed is very very slow, almost 
the worst p2p application I have ever used. Can you tell me how to make 
it better?
 
Regards,

Yuk


0a. Don't panic!
0b. Keep node running as long as possible.
1a. Don't panic!
1b. It helps to have frost ( http://sourceforge.net/projects/jtcfrost ) running with 
Automatically Refresh Boards turned on.

2a. Don't panic!
2b. Set your datastore to at least a few Gibibytes.
3a. Don't panic!
3b. Realise that the aim of freenet is anonymity and resistance to censorship, not speed 
of downloads.

4a. Don't panic!
4b. Realise that freenet isn't actually that slow, but rather high latency 
network.

Hope this helps.

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