Re: [freenet-support] Bouncy Castle

2012-12-10 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Tuesday 27 Nov 2012 16:11:04 Mel Charters wrote:
 Where do I find bcprov-jdk15on-147.jar? Received message That I need  
 to install it myself.

That should not happen. The auto-updater should fix it even if it does happen. 
Do you still see this error message? Does the file exist?


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Re: [freenet-support] Web of Trust crashing FN

2012-12-10 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Monday 26 Nov 2012 20:21:13 Jep wrote:
 Snip of the wrapper log:
 
 INFO   | jvm 3| 2012/11/26 19:25:21 | Loading official plugin WebOfTrust
 INFO   | jvm 3| 2012/11/26 19:32:05 | Securely deleting 
 Q:\Freenet\WebOfTrust\WebOfTrust.db4o which is of length 42581049 bytes...
 INFO   | jvm 3| 2012/11/26 19:45:51 | Trying to connect to 16 
 seednodes...
 
 Just loading the Web of Trust plugin and nothing else and leave it 
 running appears to overload Freenet.
 This has happened several times, every time I loaded it and every time 
 the tedious slot filters or what are they called, rebuild follows after 
 FN suddenly losing all its peers. So it looks like FN crashes due to WOT.
 
 Running java 6 because of the issues with 7, win xp, java takes 50-98% 
 cpu with Weboftrust loaded, without 15-30%. Fetching WOT over Freenet, 
 having left it in cache.
 Plugin-container.exe eats 296 MB of memory, java.exe 370, the machine 
 has 4 gig of which half is used at the moment.
 
 Is this a known problem? Could my WebOfTrust.db4o be corrupt causing 
 this, any way to check/repair?

WoT is quite heavy. I suggest you increase the amount of memory Freenet is 
allowed in wrapper.conf.


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Re: [freenet-support] can not download installer

2012-12-10 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Monday 26 Nov 2012 14:35:23 PGF wrote:
 Installer will not download
 
What operating system?


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Re: [freenet-support] Sone, FMS

2012-12-10 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Monday 19 Nov 2012 23:49:31 Larry Ward wrote:
 Problems setting up sone, first instructions state, #10 go to xxx known 
 sones click, #11 change filter to: hide followed sones, click follow all 
 sones on this page, none shown?? What about the search field??? leave 
 blank Wait overnight for some sones to show-up??? Oh well guess I'll 
 move on to Forums with FMS First instructions state follow download link 
  download, nope not happening with out a password wtf??

Did you try the Freenet Social Networking Guide link on the homepage? 
(http://127.0.0.1:/ )?


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Re: [freenet-support] freenet not working

2012-12-10 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Saturday 17 Nov 2012 18:53:31 jordi wrote:
 El ds 17 de 11 de 2012 a les 08:39 -0500, en/na Dennis Nezic va
 escriure:
 
  
  For a start, you can check your wrapper.log file -- perhaps output a
  thread dump when you think it's broken (via the web/fproxy interface, in
  the Statistics section, Generate a Thread Dump) -- the output will
  also get dumped into wrapper.log. If none of that is informative, you
  can enable more detailed logging in the Logs section. Be careful to
  scrub any logs[1] of sensitive information before sending them.
 
 I send some part of the logs. The sensitive information could be the
 ips of the strangers which i am connected. Otherwise the logs are big,
 but tell me if can I fully send them, and if strangers ips are
 considered sensitive information.
 
 At the moment I disable WoT and FreeTalk. 
 
 Thanks.
 
Just Freetalk errors. Turn off Freetalk since it's not working anyway. Does 
Freenet work reliably without Freetalk loaded?


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Re: [freenet-support] freenet not working

2012-12-10 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Saturday 17 Nov 2012 13:50:29 Jan wrote:
 jordi:
  Hi, some time ago, my freenet node does not work fine. [...]
 
 You appear to have the Freetalk plugin loaded. Maybe that is the problem 
 for you as it's severely broken, but alas still recommended.
 
 Also, since build 1422 there are problems with nodedb4o getting 
 corrupted. It's said that's due to java 7, but plz check your 
 wrapper.log for error messages on it.

It seems to correlate with the phase of the moon. /sarcasm

Seriously, node.db4o self-corrupting is a known problem and people have said 
it's connected to all sorts of things - and there is no reliable connection to 
anything. It certainly happened before java 7.

If you can reliably get it to corrupt itself quickly, it might be possible to 
debug it.


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Re: [freenet-support] Feature request- secondary internet browser

2012-12-10 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Sunday 18 Nov 2012 14:52:48 Dennis Nezic wrote:
 On Sun, 18 Nov 2012 15:16:21 +0100, Jep wrote:
  In my opinion, it is good for security to use a browser other than
  the system default for Freenet keys, a browser without any plugins
  and incapable of Flash, activeX sh** and whathaveyou.
  
  Can there be a way implemented to have everything Freenetwise use
  that secondary browser?
 
 The fproxy could intially provide initial html code to test for the
 presence of javascript / flash / java, etc, but it would only be a
 bandaid solution to this broad problem. Ideally, you also don't want
 the browser to be able to do dns resolution, or access anything outside
 of tcp:127.0.0.1:. Some (weird) people might also insist on
 enabling javashit, so it would probably end up requiring a zillion new
 preference settings to appease each person's individual security
 requirements. People working inside virtual machines that already
 provide proper network-level security will also probably not want any
 of this clutter.

Debatable point. If you can request and insert you can bust the target's 
anonymity.
 
 I think a separate list/project should be started to handle freenet
 environments (special freenet distros, freenet VMs, freenet hardware
 appliances, etc)... separate from the freenet program itself.

On Sunday 18 Nov 2012 15:26:13 Jep wrote:
 All I'd like for xmas is some way to set a FN browser to which FN keys 
 are fed instead of to the default browser. Leaving any user prefs to the 
 choice and settings of that browser.
 
 Doesn't appear to be a technical challenge to me but I'm not one to 
 know, so sorry if I'm presumptuous.

We tried to do this with a browser profile for a while. Unfortunately it caused 
severe problems, including permanently breaking people's Firefox'es.

We should allow configuring the browser we launch. But it *is* easy enough to 
implement it yourself - just install another browser, and use  that to access 
Freenet (go to http://127.0.0.1:/ ).

More sophisticated solutions have been suggested e.g. we could bundle a copy of 
Portable Firefox, or even implement our own UI including browser via e.g. 
XULRunner...


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Re: [freenet-support] [freenet.uservoice.com] New message: 'I can not install your software on my...'

2012-12-10 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Thursday 25 Oct 2012 20:48:05 no-re...@freenet.uservoice.com wrote:
 [http://freenet.uservoice.com] freenet.uservoice.com [freenet.uservoice.com] 
 New  Bug Report
 
 ogca...@yahoo.com sent a message from [] 
 
 I can not install your software on my IPAD, pelease adress me in order to use
 all your features
 
 Safari 5.1 (OS X) 

Not likely any time soon. Technically it may be feasible but practically 
speaking Freenet uses 20GB/month+ of transfer, so even if we made it work it 
would either cost you a lot of money or make your mobile internet provider 
rather upset.

Long term there are some ideas for transferring data from one mobile device to 
another.


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