Re: [freenet-support] Startup question

2005-02-28 Thread Dave Hooper
The automatic startup is just a property of Windows. If you don't want something to run automatically, just delete the startup shortcut (it's on your Program Files menu off the Windows menu start button ...). It's not a proprietary technology, it's just a link, and it's the same for every

Re: [freenet-support] Getting started question...

2005-02-28 Thread Dave Hooper
Freenet doesn't spider stuff. Your freenet node will cache sites visited by you, and also cache requests made by neighbouring nodes (i.e. stuff requested by *other people*). If none of your neighbouring nodes are forwarding requests to your node, and you don't visit any sites, then Freenet

Re: [freenet-support] freenet starts and hangs

2004-10-07 Thread Dave Hooper
No-one seems to have mentioned that your freenet.ini file looks like it is full of junk. What is all this =3D crap? Try deleting the freenet.ini file and recreating it. Freenet really doesn't like corrupted ini files. - Original Message - From: Anonymous [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL

Re: [freenet-support] freenet starts and hangs

2004-10-07 Thread Dave Hooper
Yeah, but if =3D is actually in the ini file, then that's bad (right?). - Original Message - From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Sunday, October 03, 2004 10:52 AM Subject: Re: [freenet-support] freenet starts and hangs mail escape string for '=' as '=' itself is used

Re: [freenet-support] minor bug webinstaller

2003-11-18 Thread Dave Hooper
Could you tell me under what circumstances the webinstaller will try to overwrite itself while running please? I see this only happening if you first download the webinstaller into the freenet application folder, and then run it, which is not really intended. If that is what you do (and if it is

Fw: [freenet-support] help

2003-11-11 Thread Dave Hooper
forwarded - Original Message - From: Uncle Dave [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Dave Hooper [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, November 10, 2003 5:13 PM Subject: Re: [freenet-support] help ok...it seems to be working alot better now. Stuck a pin throught my firewall, it hicupped for a while

Re: [freenet-support] View Freenet.log

2003-11-11 Thread Dave Hooper
For the first time today I discovered the right-click Menu on the View Freenetlog. I'm well trained. I don't expect a menu on a grayed window! huh? Up until this event (above) the only way I could get anything from the View window for freenet.log was to mark it, then use ctrl-c and

Re: [freenet-support] [Dharmadoer7@aol.com: (no subject)]

2003-11-11 Thread Dave Hooper
Have you verified, using the task manager, that all processes associated with freenet is gone? That shouldn't be necessary, if it is then Something Bad is going on Use the task manager to kill of any (or any unwanted if you run multiple java apps on your computer) java.exe processes and any

Re: [freenet-support] route not found

2003-11-06 Thread Dave Hooper
address into your firewall configuration. If your firewall is just software-based and installed on the same PC as freenet then you don't need to do this step. - Original Message - From: Steven [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Dave Hooper [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, November 05, 2003 5:06 PM

Re: [freenet-support] help

2003-11-06 Thread Dave Hooper
He may be having trouble giving you log if he is trying from the rabbit. At least on my system the display of log from rabbit does little more than that. I've mentioned it several times, but either no one believe me or the problem remains uncomprehended or unimportant. What would you prefer

Re: [freenet-support] Installation

2003-11-06 Thread Dave Hooper
The missing file is java. (java is a JRE (java runtime environment), but it's not looking for a file called jre, it's looking for a file called java) Rather than editing javapath and replacing it, why not just symlink /usr/bin/java to wherever you actually have java installed? Much easier in the

Re: [freenet-support] route not found

2003-11-05 Thread Dave Hooper
Yuh, some connections should be open. Although when you start it up, there won't be many connections for a bit unless you start requesting stuff. But as you say, you've tried that by trying to retrieve gpl.txt and other files. What does the logfile say? freenet.log - Original Message

Re: [freenet-support] help

2003-11-05 Thread Dave Hooper
Keys in freenet are like files on the internet. So the Data not found message you're getting is similar to a 404: Page not found page you might see from time to time on the internet. There's a bit more to it, but you can think of it like that. Is your freenet running well? Can you retrieve

Re: [freenet-support] help

2003-11-05 Thread Dave Hooper
I don't show any of those links on the web interface page. This may be the problem thoughWhen I click on the switch to advance mode link in the upper left hand corner. It says that I am in transient mode and cannot switch to advances. Hm - if you're in transient mode then that's why

Re: [freenet-support] why don't have freenet a connection?

2003-11-03 Thread Dave Hooper
No worries, I've seen stubbier questions. Your .ini looks fine to me - how do you know Freenet cannot connect to the internet? When I start freenet, freenet is not able to connect to the Internet. What exactly do you mean by that? How do you know freenet is not able to connect to the Internet?

Re: [freenet-support] ugly bug

2003-01-23 Thread Dave Hooper
Ian Clarke wrote: A better way might be to track the log-file itself and look for particular log messages. This could be used to both deterimine when : is available, and also to spot common problems. I disagree - I think we had this discussion before. A user can review the log-file if

[freenet-support] Updated freenet.exe

2003-01-21 Thread Dave Hooper
If anyone wants to try an updated freenet.exe before the next windows release, download from here: http://www.beermex.com/@spc/freenet/latest/freenet.exe This is NOT an installer - you'll need to manually stop and exit freenet, download the above file (don't run it) and copy it into your Freenet

Re: [freenet-support] Bonjour,

2003-01-14 Thread Dave Hooper
For the benefit of the English-speaking viewers, Babel has this to say: That made twice that I install freenet, and I note a clear progression of the audience between twice, which is good, in my opinion On the other hand, I have evil to make function freenet, thus, Freedom engine opens, but I

Re: [freenet-support] setsocket

2003-01-11 Thread Dave Hooper
I suggest you go to http://freenetproject.org and tell us, in all seriousness, what your question has to do with freenetproject... I think you probably just sent your question to the wrong list (sorry). d - Original Message - From: daftjack To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Saturday, January

Re: [freenet-support] ????????????????????????????????W H A T N O W????????????????????????????

2003-01-06 Thread Dave Hooper
now So ? where to go from here ??? EX. What meanes whit KEY KEY ยด S ? globalRequestsPerHour: 0.0 =What i know that 127.0.0.1 is my own maskin but so what

Re: [freenet-support] questions

2003-01-06 Thread Dave Hooper
I am a newbie who has just set up a permanent node, and I'm getting abysmal results trying to access freesites. The few attempts that succeed take up to an hour to load, and most sites never come back at all. Is this performance normal? ... Yes ... Although an hour seems excessive. For

Re: [freenet-support] Still not announcing..

2003-01-06 Thread Dave Hooper
how do i get off mailing list have been trying for months nobody cares. please answer me if you can without attachment Haven't been trying very hard have you. It's easy and people have already replied to you telling you how. Either follow the instructions in your mail headers, or if you don't

Re: [freenet-support] temp files

2003-01-05 Thread Dave Hooper
The recent mention of the temp directory prompted me to go look to see what was in there. I found 1200 files totaling 125meg Aren't these supposed to be being deleted when freenet is done with them? Not necessarily. Are you sure? What is the *point* if temporary files if

Re: [freenet-support] My password?

2003-01-05 Thread Dave Hooper
Get on what, with what passwords? What are you talking about? I understood the first bit - you downloaded freenet from www.freenetproject.org . And then you forgot your password? Password for what? Internet access? How can we here possibly help you with that? d - Original Message -

Re: [freenet-support] (no subject)

2002-12-18 Thread Dave Hooper
please i need help closing this program could you guide me thru this thank you Simple. In the top-right corner of Incredimail, click the X button. Alternatively go to Add/Remove Programs and uninstall Incredimail. d ___ support mailing list

Re: [freenet-support] Frost crash

2002-12-18 Thread Dave Hooper
I tried re-installing frost, but that didn't help. Any suggestions? Try asking the Frost developers. This is the Freenet support mailing list. http://jtcfrost.sourceforge.net/contact.html d ___ support mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [freenet-support] 539 won't start and now 537 won't restart either :(

2002-12-16 Thread Dave Hooper
Dec 16, 2002 8:18:45 AM (freenet.node.Main, main): loading routing table Exception in thread main java.lang.OutOfMemoryError Anyone got any ideas? I have a permanent node with a 30GB datastore... :GeckoX Someone else posted a similar (identical?) problem. I'd hazard a guess that your

Re: [freenet-support] There could be an error in start-freenet.sh ?

2002-12-12 Thread Dave Hooper
(sun should have changed it, I know) Not necessarily ... I changed in start-freenet.sh the line nice -n 10 -- java $JAVA_ARGS freenet.node.Main $@ by nice -n 10 -- /usr/java/j2re1.4.0_03/bin/java $JAVA_ARGS freenet.node.Main $@ ... so the only thing you changed was the path to java?

Re: [freenet-support] freenet mailbox is blocked

2002-11-14 Thread Dave Hooper
Dear Sir, since 2-3 days I read a message on freenet website/Email-office that some activities are under way and it will shortly be possible again to get/read e-mail over freenet. Sorry, Wrong Number. Bzzzt I think you must be mistaken. This is not the mailing list for FreeNet ISP. It is

Re: [freenet-support] Specifying Browser For Freenet

2002-11-05 Thread Dave Hooper
There may be a way to change the destination of the gateway item, but this likely to be harder. No, there isn't. I'll change this in the very near future though, it's a sensible idea. d ___ support mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [freenet-support] Nothing but DNFs

2002-11-01 Thread Dave Hooper
I also have a complaint to whoever said that 100 idling threads is harmless. Not on windows it isn't, certainly not in java on windows. Threads are rpocesses and have horrible overhead. Threads are not processes ... they're threads. If you look in Windows Task Manager, for example, and

Re: [freenet-support] Freenet

2002-10-29 Thread Dave Hooper
Now if you'll calm down... you can read my comments or scroll to the bottom for the 'summarised' answer. I wanted to write and tell you how displeased I am with your software. I installed it and it is cumbersome to use. It is being touted as a P2P app. NOT BY US. You have been, ehm,

Re: [freenet-support] Cross site scripting ...

2002-10-29 Thread Dave Hooper
Hmm, that's EXACTLY what my node says before the so-called fix. And I've just reproduced EXACTLY the same behaviour again on the current freenet-latest.jar. However it DOES appear to be fixed in the latest freenet-unstable-latest.jar (603 I believe) Someone care to rerelease the 5xx branch with

Re: [freenet-support] Cross site scripting ...

2002-10-29 Thread Dave Hooper
the following executes custom html. http://127.0.0.1:/%3Cscript%3Edocument.write('test');%3C/script%3E True - for example : http://127.0.0.1:/%3Cscript%3Edocument.write('test1%3cH1%3etest2%3c/H1%3 e');%3C/script%3E The code that displays the Unexpected key page should really HTMLise

Re: [freenet-support] Cross site scripting ...

2002-10-29 Thread Dave Hooper
the following executes custom html. http://127.0.0.1:/%3Cscript%3Edocument.write('test');%3C/script%3E True - for example : http://127.0.0.1:/%3Cscript%3Edocument.write('test1%3cH1%3etest2%3c/H1%3 e');%3C/script%3E The code that displays the Unexpected key page should really HTMLise

Re: [freenet-support] mirror

2002-10-28 Thread Dave Hooper
Hello I was going to install your program but unsure as to want it means to select a mirror? I live on the west coast ,do I pick a city close to me? thank you Essentially, yes. A mirror is basically a place that stores files. Having files stored on several different mirrors achieves two

Re: [freenet-support] Re: [freenet-chat] slightly off topic: fat32 methods of keeping my store folder size

2002-10-28 Thread Dave Hooper
The negative effects are when you need to store large files, essentially the file needs to be broken up into smaller chunks, and so takes longer to store/retrieve. I don't think the size of your FAT table matters anymore, way back when it was limited and so you were limited by disk size vs

Re: [freenet-support] NodeConfig, missing .dll error

2002-10-12 Thread Dave Hooper
I'll bet money it doesn't say please distribute our dlls as .zip files and ask the end users to unzip them into the windows partition anywhere) You can hate microsoft for the way they do things, even it is the way they intended them to be done. It isn't the way microsoft intends things to

Re: [freenet-support] NodeConfig, missing .dll error

2002-10-12 Thread Dave Hooper
I'll bet money it doesn't say please distribute our dlls as .zip files and ask the end users to unzip them into the windows partition anywhere) You can hate microsoft for the way they do things, even it is the way they intended them to be done. It isn't the way microsoft intends things to

Re: [freenet-support] NodeConfig, missing .dll error

2002-10-10 Thread Dave Hooper
I stuck a copy of it up at http://freenetproject.org/snapshots/mfc70.zip (it may need to be unzipped into the windows directory). This weekend I'll see what i can do getting it to installer without actaully having everyone downloading it every time they update. I'm under the impression that

Re: [freenet-support] crash

2002-07-22 Thread Dave Hooper
Hi just installed Freenet, trying to get it up and running having this error show up in freenet.log im running WindowsXP and Java2 Runtime environment. Thanks for any help. Is Fred even compatibile with Java 2 RE? I don't know if it is but I would expect not.

Re: [freenet-support] Fw: goldfish

2002-07-17 Thread Dave Hooper
gg too much attachements @ this list... every day virus warnings!!! like the one I respond. can't you just send plain text mails The original email was not a virus warning but a payload of the Win32.Klez virus. It works by emailing everyone in the infected users address

Re: [freenet-support] Place to go for help ??

2002-07-17 Thread Dave Hooper
This is the correct place. I'm sorry that you've felt you've been ignored. I've checked the support archives and you appear to be having a problem with your computer freezing or rebooting when you click on the freenet icon. Which icon is this - the one on the desktop or the little rabbit in the

Re: [freenet-support] I have a question about your organization

2002-07-16 Thread Dave Hooper
I am interested in getting some movie editing software, etc. Software such as: Movie Magic Scheduling and Budgeting, Final Cut Pro 3, etc. I have some screenwriting software that I'd be willing to trade in return for these items. I read about your organization on the 'Net and am therefore

Re: [freenet-support] BUGs and wishes... under WINDOWS

2002-06-24 Thread Dave Hooper
1 a) if you try to import/export references in a location with spaces in the path, like C:\test freenet\pippo.ref or C:\mickey mouse.ref, the process fails! Argh. Sounds like I wrote that bug. 1 b) if you try to import/export references in a good location accordingly to point 1a, but you

Re: [freenet-support] Is there any special procedure to shut down freenet

2001-07-04 Thread Dave Hooper
Dave, Thanks. I was asking if I need to call any function in the java code if I want to restart the node. I don't know if someone is attacking me or what, my node is getting slow over time. I saw a lot of tcp connections in the CLOSE_WAIT state. So I want to restart the node automatically

Re: [freenet-support] (no subject)

2001-06-19 Thread Dave Hooper
Yes. Don't forget to download and install the Java Runtimes. That's what it asked you to do. Freenet is written in Java, and needs Java Runtimes installed before it will work. Therefore, to make it work, do as it suggested. I assume you are running on Windows. So try this link for starters:

Re: [freenet-support] freenet prob

2001-06-18 Thread Dave Hooper
One of two things: 1) You broke your .freenetrc (or freenet.ini if you're using Windows) I managed to reproduce your error perfectly by replacing the working line nodeAddress=11.22.33.44 with nodeAddress=tcp/11.22.33.44:12345 2)You're using a broken version of freenet.jar

Re: [freenet-support] install - java issues?

2001-06-15 Thread Dave Hooper
For the benefit of people who can't be bothered to read the list archives at http://lists.freenetproject.org/pipermail/support/ , I will be re-sending the following email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] every 12 hours. This seems to be a very common problem so I've decided to look into it. The Sun JRE

Re: [freenet-support] Fw: hello

2001-06-13 Thread Dave Hooper
It is simply a warning message from the Freenet server informing you that you are looking at too much porn. This error message appears because Freenet has an inbuilt porn filter and the central Freenet server (located in Canada) will not allow more than roughly 2.5GB of porn through in any one

Re: [freenet-support] Help!

2001-06-12 Thread Dave Hooper
This seems to be a very common problem so I've decided to look into it. The Sun JRE 1.1.8_007 does NOT install files named java.exe and javaw.exe which is the general assumption for a java runtime environment (JRE) Instead, the Sun JRE 1.1.8_007 installs files named jre.exe and jrew.exe. The

Re: [freenet-support] (no subject)

2001-06-10 Thread Dave Hooper
Try re-downloading it and reinstalling it. This is a very surprising error indeed, since freenet.exe is the main executable file so I can't understand why it can't find it. One possibility is that you have installed freenet.exe onto a network-mapped drive and that the shortcut in your StartUp

Re: [freenet-support] help

2001-06-08 Thread Dave Hooper
In the next couple of days we are hoping to put together a new freenet installer that FIXES all known issues with the windows Freenet.exe ('white rabbit' systray icon) application, including (but not limited to) the following: o Rabbit icon sometimes 'locks up' and you can't get the popup menu

Re: [freenet-support] Bug...

2001-06-07 Thread Dave Hooper
Visit the sun site _again_ ... this time following all the links that point to the Java 2 Runtime Environment for Windows. You will end up here: http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.3/jre/download-windows.html Download it. - Original Message - From: Marcus Berns To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent:

[freenet-support] Fw: [freenet-devl] Freenet Winstaller - 0.3.9.1-2 TEST RESULTS

2001-05-30 Thread Dave Hooper
I am currently checking in fixes into CVS. I will announce when they are ready 'Kay, done it. New freenet.exe is in CVSROOT/Contrib/wininstall/Freenet as you'd expect. All source in the obvious place too (../wininstall/Sources/freenet.exe) To the best of my knowledge, this update

Re: [freenet-support] Re:error message during start freenet

2001-05-29 Thread Dave Hooper
Hi, I have install JRE(j2re-1 3 1-win version) successfully,then finished setup freenet. but when I start freenet, I got a error message: Title --- Java Virtual Machine Launcher Message - Could not find the main class,Program will exit! because freenet not start yet,I don't think that