l...@hushmail.com a écrit : The viewer can see, as did I, that “Fetch over Freenet is checked AND that it says, “This is untraceable, safe….” NOW, untraceable means anonymous. The other choice available is to, “Fetch over the web from Freenet’s central servers…and is “TRACEABLE”, meaning NOT
Evan Daniel a écrit : On Sat, Oct 10, 2009 at 11:13 PM, l...@hushmail.com wrote: Hello. I hope this is OK. It’s quite long. I wonder if anyone can help with this/these question/s-comment/s in the form of clarification. I hope it doesn’t seem too petty but I wonder if others go through the
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VolodyA! V Anarhist wrote: This point has already been answered, but i feel that there is a point that can be made here by answering it again. When you fetch something from the regular internet, the request is easily traceable back to you. The warning that you see tells you that for that
Hi, I am new to Freenet. I have searched the archives but can find no clear answers to my questions. I am running Ubuntu 9.04, with a KDE desktop. I successfully almost installed Freenet from the webpage using the java installer, it only had one hiccup: when installing it reported : Enabling
On Sun, Sep 20, 2009 at 6:08 AM, Ronald Quinn qronal...@gmail.com wrote: I have downloaded freenet and installed it.After It was done It said it had successfully installed but when I try to run it this message appears: Freenet start script was unable to start the freenet system service.
On Sun, Sep 20, 2009 at 10:32 AM, ahmed mohamed fall mohamed...@yahoo.comwrote: Dear sirs While trying to install freenet, at the end, I received this error message : Freener start script was unable to control the Freenet system as it appears to be stuck. Please reinstall Freenet. If the
I've had that problem before actually, though it was on Freenet 0.5. Is there still a way to set bandwidth limits? That's what I had to do. Freenet saturated the network so heavily that while it was running _nothing_ else would work. On Sun, Oct 11, 2009 at 3:51 PM, Juiceman juicema...@gmail.com