[freenet-support] unable to get Freenet going on OS X 10.2.8

2007-06-04 Thread Ben Dougall
> I found a Proxy button in Safari's preferences, which when clicked > opens the above mentioned Proxy settings in the System Prefs (which > has nothing set), so having something set for 127.0.0.1 is definitely > not the problem. And I've just found the Firefox one: it's set to "Direct

[freenet-support] unable to get Freenet going on OS X 10.2.8

2007-06-04 Thread Ben Dougall
On Monday, June 4, 2007, at 10:44 pm, Ben Dougall wrote: > Thanks very much for the reply. > > On Monday, June 4, 2007, at 10:28 pm, Matthew Toseland wrote: > >> Check your browser proxy settings. You want to set no proxy for >> 127.0.0.1. > > I can't see any proxy setting in either Firefox

[freenet-support] unable to get Freenet going on OS X 10.2.8

2007-06-04 Thread Matthew Toseland
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[freenet-support] unable to get Freenet going on OS X 10.2.8

2007-06-04 Thread Ben Dougall
Thanks very much for the reply. On Monday, June 4, 2007, at 10:28 pm, Matthew Toseland wrote: > Check your browser proxy settings. You want to set no proxy for > 127.0.0.1. I can't see any proxy setting in either Firefox nor Safari's preferences. I've certainly never turned any on before.

[freenet-support] unable to get Freenet going on OS X 10.2.8

2007-06-04 Thread Matthew Toseland
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[freenet-support] unable to get Freenet going on OS X 10.2.8

2007-06-04 Thread Ben Dougall
This is the contents of the "freenet-latest.log" file in the logs folder in the Freenet folder (I have no idea what's going on): Jun 04, 2007 20:16:41:525 (freenet.node.NodeStarter, WrapperListener_start_runner, NORMAL): freenet.jar built with freenet-ext.jar Build #13 r12938 Jun 04, 2007

[freenet-support] unable to get Freenet going on OS X 10.2.8

2007-06-04 Thread Ben Dougall
> Should Freenet be started up before you > attempt going to http://127.0.0.1:/wizard/ ? In the Terminal (command line): 1/tmp>cd /Applications/Freenet 2/Applications/Freenet>./run.sh start Starting Freenet 0.7... 3/Applications/Freenet> Is that a successful Freenet startup? Is that the

[freenet-support] unable to get Freenet going on OS X 10.2.8

2007-06-04 Thread Ben Dougall
How come the welcome.html file tells me to open http://127.0.0.1:/wizard/ when there is not a single file on my machine called wizard or that has the word wizard in it? Should there be? How come the welcome.html says: > Freenet 0.7 Installation Successful! > > Next, configure your node

[freenet-support] unable to get Freenet going on OS X 10.2.8

2007-06-04 Thread Ben Dougall
Maybe it's a firewall/NAT issue? I actually have no idea if I'm behind a firewall/NAT or not I'm afraid. I'm connected to the net via a home broadband connection which goes into an ADSL ethernet modem, to an Airport (wireless) base station, to my laptop. Some people have told me "your base

[freenet-support] unable to get Freenet going on OS X 10.2.8

2007-06-04 Thread Ben Dougall
On Monday, June 4, 2007, at 08:22 pm, Ben Dougall wrote: > At a couple of points it attempted to load the welcome.html file in a > browser (I think). I say "I think" there because it used something I haven't come across before: some Java browser thing, then in BBEdit (a text editor). It just

[freenet-support] unable to get Freenet going on OS X 10.2.8

2007-06-04 Thread Ben Dougall
Hi, I am unable to get Freenet 0.7 going at all in Mac OS X 10.2.8, Java 1.4.1. I've tried a number of ways. The most recent way is the "Install Freenet 0.7 using JavaWebStart." option under Mac OSX on this page . It went through the installation

[freenet-support] unable to access http://127.0.0.1:8888/ as instructed in welcome page (OS X 10.2.8)

2007-06-04 Thread Ben Dougall
Hello, I can't get Freenet working on OS X 10.2.8. I've installed Freenet (0.7) which appears to have gone successfully: in Applications there's a folder called Freenet with a number of files inside, including welcome.html which says I've successfully installed it. The next instruction is to

Re: [freenet-support] unable to get Freenet going on OS X 10.2.8

2007-06-04 Thread Ben Dougall
Maybe it's a firewall/NAT issue? I actually have no idea if I'm behind a firewall/NAT or not I'm afraid. I'm connected to the net via a home broadband connection which goes into an ADSL ethernet modem, to an Airport (wireless) base station, to my laptop. Some people have told me your base