[freenet-support] A maximum of 40 connections on XP SP3?

2008-05-23 Thread Edward Langenback
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Volodya wrote:
| Julien Cornuwel wrote:
|> Level 13 a ?crit :
|>> My node (version 0.5) is supposed to allow 90 concurrent open
|>> connections. However, in the last week or so I've only seen 40 listed
|>> connections in the Open Connections segment of node's control panel,
|>> e.g.
|>>
|>> Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit)   40 (0/40/90)
|> I read that a few month ago, people were only able to connect to 120-150
|> nodes on the 0.5 network.
|>
|> Is it possible that this is the actual size of the 0.5 network ?
|
| Well, people were slowly switching over to 0,7. There were some
messages on FMS
| recently suggesting that an individual is a 0,5-traitor.
|
| - Volodya

I'd say that 0.5 is still doing well.  If you run 5109 0r use the
painkiller versions of 5107 / 5108 plenty of connections are easily
possible. ...

Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit)   114 (101/13/2000)


# Histogram of node versions in fred's Routing table
# May 23, 2008 7:52:46 PM
# nodes: 1067
Fred,0.5,STABLE-1.51,5099   1
Fred,0.5,STABLE-1.51,5100   5
Fred,0.5,STABLE-1.51,5101   2
Fred,0.5,STABLE-1.51,5102   6
Fred,0.5,STABLE-1.51,5103   3
Fred,0.5,STABLE-1.51,5105   19
Fred,0.5,STABLE-1.51,5106   90
Fred,0.5,STABLE-1.51,5107   282
Fred,0.5,STABLE-1.51,5108   172
Fred,0.5,STABLE-1.51,5109   484
Fred,0.6,1.51,60275 1
Fred,0.6,1.51,60276 1
Fred,0.6,1.51,60277 1


Also, from what I've seen on the successful board, there's lots of
content available.

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[freenet-support] A maximum of 40 connections on XP SP3?

2008-05-23 Thread Volodya
Julien Cornuwel wrote:
> Level 13 a ?crit :
>> My node (version 0.5) is supposed to allow 90 concurrent open
>> connections. However, in the last week or so I've only seen 40 listed
>> connections in the Open Connections segment of node's control panel,
>> e.g.
>>
>> Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit)40 (0/40/90)
> 
> I read that a few month ago, people were only able to connect to 120-150
> nodes on the 0.5 network.
> 
> Is it possible that this is the actual size of the 0.5 network ?

Well, people were slowly switching over to 0,7. There were some messages on FMS 
recently suggesting that an individual is a 0,5-traitor.

- Volodya

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[freenet-support] A maximum of 40 connections on XP SP3?

2008-05-23 Thread Julien Cornuwel
Level 13 a ?crit :
> My node (version 0.5) is supposed to allow 90 concurrent open
> connections. However, in the last week or so I've only seen 40 listed
> connections in the Open Connections segment of node's control panel,
> e.g.
> 
> Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit) 40 (0/40/90)

I read that a few month ago, people were only able to connect to 120-150
nodes on the 0.5 network.

Is it possible that this is the actual size of the 0.5 network ?

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[freenet-support] how to uninstall freenet?

2008-05-23 Thread Matthew Toseland
Sorry you ran into trouble. Freenet creates a separate profile specifically 
for browsing Freenet, you should still be able to access the old profile, but 
it can happen that the default is changed. You need to open a command line in 
the directory firefox is installed in and type firefox.exe -ProfileManager 
(or you can do this from the Run Command box on the start menu). You can then 
delete the Freenet profile. Or just open your regular profile. Whichever you 
used last will then be set to the default: if you have the freenet profile 
open at the same time as the normal profile, and you close the normal profile 
first, it will assume you want the Freenet profile again next time. We are 
working on a better way to deal with this, but it wasn't ready for 0.7.0, and 
a custom profile was the only way at the time to solve some major performance 
and security issues.

On Friday 23 May 2008 04:30, Jim Cook wrote:
> Run "firefox -ProfileManager" and unclick "Don't ask at 
> startup".  Thereafter, when you open Firefox, you'll have the choice 
> of which profile to use.
> 
> At 01:22 PM 5/22/2008, you wrote:
> 
> >I've setup Freenet on my machine, but it caused some serious problems,
> >it created some different user for the firefox, where I cannot find
> >any of my bookmarks, cookies or cache, I'm also unable to use my
> >regular user I used before installing, other problem that Im unable to
> >browse any sites with AJAX interface correctly!
> >
> >Now how to undo all this?
> >
> >Im using Ubuntu 8.04, firefox 3 Beta 5.
> >Ive tried to reinstall firefox but it didn't work.
> >
> >Thanks alot.
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[freenet-support] freenet not working - can't access first time wizard

2008-05-23 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Thursday 22 May 2008 11:17, kotekzot wrote:
> after the installation has run i get the welcome screen telling me to  
> access the first time wizard at http://127.0.0.1:/wizard/, but when i  
> try to do it i get the following error:
> > You tried to access the address http://127.0.0.1:/wizard/, which is  
> > currently unavailable. Please make sure that the Web address (URL) is  
> > correctly spelled and punctuated, then try reloading the page.
> installation also halts at the third step from the bottom (the one with  
> the wheels icon) without any options to use. clicking on next does  
> nothing, clicking on back causes an error. i've enclosed the screenshot  
> with this email.
> i'm running windows vista x64, avg free and the latest version of java.
> please advise if you can.

Please find the directory you installed Freenet into in Windows Explorer and 
send us the file called wrapper.log. This should give us some idea what went 
wrong. Thanks.
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[freenet-support] Frost won't start

2008-05-23 Thread Volodya
anonymouser anonymouser wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> first of my apologies. I know this is not the Frost mailing list but I
> won't get any reply on the Frost one.
> 
> I installed Freenet 0.7 the other day and the latest version of Frost.
> But when I start Frost I only get as far as "initializing mainframe".
> The program window wont open.
> 
> I am behind a router if that matters.
> 
> Could anybody please help me?
> 
> Anonymouser

The router shouldn't matter, but i don't really know what this can be all 
about. 
Have you installed the node on the same computer where you are running frost?

- Volodya

P.S. You can also try FMS, although i think it's not as good as Frost, but it 
is 
more resistant to DoS attacks, and most boards on Frost are currently under 
attack. You can get FMS at 
/USK at 
0npnMrqZNKRCRoGojZV93UNHCMN-6UU3rRSAmP6jNLE,~BG-edFtdCC1cSH4O3BWdeIYa8Sw5DfyrSV-TKdO5ec,AQACAAE/fms/51/

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[freenet-support] Frost won't start

2008-05-23 Thread anonymouser anonymouser
Hi,

first of my apologies. I know this is not the Frost mailing list but I
won't get any reply on the Frost one.

I installed Freenet 0.7 the other day and the latest version of Frost.
But when I start Frost I only get as far as "initializing mainframe".
The program window wont open.

I am behind a router if that matters.

Could anybody please help me?

Anonymouser



[freenet-support] how to uninstall freenet?

2008-05-23 Thread Jim Cook
Run "firefox -ProfileManager" and unclick "Don't ask at 
startup".  Thereafter, when you open Firefox, you'll have the choice 
of which profile to use.

At 01:22 PM 5/22/2008, you wrote:

>I've setup Freenet on my machine, but it caused some serious problems,
>it created some different user for the firefox, where I cannot find
>any of my bookmarks, cookies or cache, I'm also unable to use my
>regular user I used before installing, other problem that Im unable to
>browse any sites with AJAX interface correctly!
>
>Now how to undo all this?
>
>Im using Ubuntu 8.04, firefox 3 Beta 5.
>Ive tried to reinstall firefox but it didn't work.
>
>Thanks alot.
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[freenet-support] Frost won't start

2008-05-23 Thread anonymouser anonymouser
Hi,

first of my apologies. I know this is not the Frost mailing list but I
won't get any reply on the Frost one.

I installed Freenet 0.7 the other day and the latest version of Frost.
But when I start Frost I only get as far as initializing mainframe.
The program window wont open.

I am behind a router if that matters.

Could anybody please help me?

Anonymouser
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Re: [freenet-support] Frost won't start

2008-05-23 Thread Volodya
anonymouser anonymouser wrote:
 Hi,
 
 first of my apologies. I know this is not the Frost mailing list but I
 won't get any reply on the Frost one.
 
 I installed Freenet 0.7 the other day and the latest version of Frost.
 But when I start Frost I only get as far as initializing mainframe.
 The program window wont open.
 
 I am behind a router if that matters.
 
 Could anybody please help me?
 
 Anonymouser

The router shouldn't matter, but i don't really know what this can be all 
about. 
Have you installed the node on the same computer where you are running frost?

- Volodya

P.S. You can also try FMS, although i think it's not as good as Frost, but it 
is 
more resistant to DoS attacks, and most boards on Frost are currently under 
attack. You can get FMS at 
/[EMAIL PROTECTED],~BG-edFtdCC1cSH4O3BWdeIYa8Sw5DfyrSV-TKdO5ec,AQACAAE/fms/51/

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Re: [freenet-support] freenet not working - can't access first time wizard

2008-05-23 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Thursday 22 May 2008 11:17, kotekzot wrote:
 after the installation has run i get the welcome screen telling me to  
 access the first time wizard at http://127.0.0.1:/wizard/, but when i  
 try to do it i get the following error:
  You tried to access the address http://127.0.0.1:/wizard/, which is  
  currently unavailable. Please make sure that the Web address (URL) is  
  correctly spelled and punctuated, then try reloading the page.
 installation also halts at the third step from the bottom (the one with  
 the wheels icon) without any options to use. clicking on next does  
 nothing, clicking on back causes an error. i've enclosed the screenshot  
 with this email.
 i'm running windows vista x64, avg free and the latest version of java.
 please advise if you can.

Please find the directory you installed Freenet into in Windows Explorer and 
send us the file called wrapper.log. This should give us some idea what went 
wrong. Thanks.


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Re: [freenet-support] how to uninstall freenet?

2008-05-23 Thread Matthew Toseland
Sorry you ran into trouble. Freenet creates a separate profile specifically 
for browsing Freenet, you should still be able to access the old profile, but 
it can happen that the default is changed. You need to open a command line in 
the directory firefox is installed in and type firefox.exe -ProfileManager 
(or you can do this from the Run Command box on the start menu). You can then 
delete the Freenet profile. Or just open your regular profile. Whichever you 
used last will then be set to the default: if you have the freenet profile 
open at the same time as the normal profile, and you close the normal profile 
first, it will assume you want the Freenet profile again next time. We are 
working on a better way to deal with this, but it wasn't ready for 0.7.0, and 
a custom profile was the only way at the time to solve some major performance 
and security issues.

On Friday 23 May 2008 04:30, Jim Cook wrote:
 Run firefox -ProfileManager and unclick Don't ask at 
 startup.  Thereafter, when you open Firefox, you'll have the choice 
 of which profile to use.
 
 At 01:22 PM 5/22/2008, you wrote:
 
 I've setup Freenet on my machine, but it caused some serious problems,
 it created some different user for the firefox, where I cannot find
 any of my bookmarks, cookies or cache, I'm also unable to use my
 regular user I used before installing, other problem that Im unable to
 browse any sites with AJAX interface correctly!
 
 Now how to undo all this?
 
 Im using Ubuntu 8.04, firefox 3 Beta 5.
 Ive tried to reinstall firefox but it didn't work.
 
 Thanks alot.


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Re: [freenet-support] A maximum of 40 connections on XP SP3?

2008-05-23 Thread Julien Cornuwel
Level 13 a écrit :
 My node (version 0.5) is supposed to allow 90 concurrent open
 connections. However, in the last week or so I've only seen 40 listed
 connections in the Open Connections segment of node's control panel,
 e.g.
 
 Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit) 40 (0/40/90)

I read that a few month ago, people were only able to connect to 120-150
nodes on the 0.5 network.

Is it possible that this is the actual size of the 0.5 network ?



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Re: [freenet-support] A maximum of 40 connections on XP SP3?

2008-05-23 Thread Volodya
Julien Cornuwel wrote:
 Level 13 a écrit :
 My node (version 0.5) is supposed to allow 90 concurrent open
 connections. However, in the last week or so I've only seen 40 listed
 connections in the Open Connections segment of node's control panel,
 e.g.

 Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit)40 (0/40/90)
 
 I read that a few month ago, people were only able to connect to 120-150
 nodes on the 0.5 network.
 
 Is it possible that this is the actual size of the 0.5 network ?

Well, people were slowly switching over to 0,7. There were some messages on FMS 
recently suggesting that an individual is a 0,5-traitor.

- Volodya

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Re: [freenet-support] A maximum of 40 connections on XP SP3?

2008-05-23 Thread Edward Langenback
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Volodya wrote:
| Julien Cornuwel wrote:
| Level 13 a écrit :
| My node (version 0.5) is supposed to allow 90 concurrent open
| connections. However, in the last week or so I've only seen 40 listed
| connections in the Open Connections segment of node's control panel,
| e.g.
|
| Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit)   40 (0/40/90)
| I read that a few month ago, people were only able to connect to 120-150
| nodes on the 0.5 network.
|
| Is it possible that this is the actual size of the 0.5 network ?
|
| Well, people were slowly switching over to 0,7. There were some
messages on FMS
| recently suggesting that an individual is a 0,5-traitor.
|
| - Volodya

I'd say that 0.5 is still doing well.  If you run 5109 0r use the
painkiller versions of 5107 / 5108 plenty of connections are easily
possible. ...

Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit)   114 (101/13/2000)


# Histogram of node versions in fred's Routing table
# May 23, 2008 7:52:46 PM
# nodes: 1067
Fred,0.5,STABLE-1.51,5099   1
Fred,0.5,STABLE-1.51,5100   5
Fred,0.5,STABLE-1.51,5101   2
Fred,0.5,STABLE-1.51,5102   6
Fred,0.5,STABLE-1.51,5103   3
Fred,0.5,STABLE-1.51,5105   19
Fred,0.5,STABLE-1.51,5106   90
Fred,0.5,STABLE-1.51,5107   282
Fred,0.5,STABLE-1.51,5108   172
Fred,0.5,STABLE-1.51,5109   484
Fred,0.6,1.51,60275 1
Fred,0.6,1.51,60276 1
Fred,0.6,1.51,60277 1


Also, from what I've seen on the successful board, there's lots of
content available.

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