[freenet-support] Help neeeded

2010-10-28 Thread Guillaume LEROY
Hello! I have installed Freenet (0.7.5 version #1296 rbuild01296 Freenet-ext version #26 r23771) running on Vista 32 and it seemed to be working OK. I mean I have a node ID and I can navigate and download from FMS with no problem. However, when I try to send a message to a forum (Test as a

Re: [freenet-support] Help neeeded

2010-10-28 Thread Volodya
On 28.10.2010 13:15, Guillaume LEROY wrote: Hello! I have installed Freenet (0.7.5 version #1296 rbuild01296Freenet-ext version #26 r23771) running on Vista 32 and it seemed to be working OK. I mean I have a node ID and I can navigate and download from FMS with no problem. However, when I try to

Re: [freenet-support] Help neeeded

2010-10-28 Thread Edward Langenback
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA256 Guillaume LEROY wrote: Hello! I have installed Freenet (0.7.5 version #1296 rbuild01296 Freenet-ext version #26 r23771) running on Vista 32 and it seemed to be working OK. I mean I have a node ID and I can navigate and download from FMS with no

[freenet-support] Anyone using Java 5 or macs with 10.4, 32-bit 10.5?

2010-10-28 Thread Matthew Toseland
We are considering moving to Java 6. This would make our code slightly cleaner, allow us to use a few minor new features, and simplify the build process. We need to know whether this is a big problem. As I understand it the following groups are likely to have Java 5 not 6: - PPC-based mac's. -

Re: [freenet-support] Anyone using Java 5 or macs with 10.4, 32-bit 10.5?

2010-10-28 Thread Steve Oliver
Anyone using OS X 10.6 has a Java6 available, so those are no problem. Anyone using a 32-bit intel mac will have to upgrade to snow leopard and they will get java6. It's $29, most mac users have already upgraded but Freenet is not a good representation of mac users so who knows how many are

Re: [freenet-support] Anyone using Java 5 or macs with 10.4, 32-bit 10.5?

2010-10-28 Thread Juiceman
Do we have any way to see what OS's are accessing the download page? On Oct 28, 2010 10:51 AM, Matthew Toseland t...@amphibian.dyndns.org wrote: We are considering moving to Java 6. This would make our code slightly cleaner, allow us to use a few minor new features, and simplify the build

Re: [freenet-support] Anyone using Java 5 or macs with 10.4, 32-bit 10.5?

2010-10-28 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Thursday 28 October 2010 17:28:20 Juiceman wrote: Do we have any way to see what OS's are accessing the download page? Yes, we have Google Analytics. 77.97% Windows 10.85% Linux 9.58% Mac 66.74% Intel 10.6 23.00% Intel 10.5 3.64% Intel 10.4 3.01% PPC 10.4