Re: [freenet-support] Difficult to understand all in English

2003-02-11 Thread Greg Wooledge
bdonlan ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 Um, is somethign wrong with the server? Every message on the support list I've 
Consider this a test.  This message consists of three lines of original
content, in addition to the attribution, one quoted line, and signature.
If you see all three lines, then the problem is your KMail setup.

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Re: [freenet-support] Announcement problem

2003-02-10 Thread Greg Wooledge
Brian Auton ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 My node has also been unable to announce...  In the hope that some files
 were corrupted, I tried a fresh install of freenet-unstable-20030208.tgz
 (build 611), with the same result.

Build 611?  Are you sure about that?  I have made contact with
(unstable) nodes with build numbers as high as 663.

Are you also seeing your problem with the stable builds?

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Re: [freenet-support] hawk broken

2003-02-07 Thread Greg Wooledge
Tom McIntyre ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 I cannot unsubscribe from support since
 http://hawk.freenetproject.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/support is not
 working (has not been for several days). Any ways to unsubscribe by mail?

Every message you get from the support list -- including the one
I'm replying to -- has these headers in it:

List-Help: mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]?subject=help
List-Post: mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
List-Subscribe: http://hawk.freenetproject.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/support,
mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]?subject=subscribe
List-Id: support.freenetproject.org
List-Unsubscribe: http://hawk.freenetproject.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/support,
mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]?subject=unsubscribe
List-Archive: http://hawk.freenetproject.org/pipermail/support/

So, it would seem that a message to [EMAIL PROTECTED]
with subject unsubscribe should be expected to do the trick.

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[freenet-support] better than I thought :)

2003-02-03 Thread Greg Wooledge
Wow, build 546 is so good it can make connections to nodes without
even trying!

 Contact   Failure   ConnectionSuccessful
Address  Probability   Interval  Attempts  Connections
--   ---     -----
...
tcp/128.227.130.197:42   0.983296930 1820 (111%)

By the way, there haven't been any CVS updates in the rel-0-5-1 branch
since I reported the build failure (URLEncoder vs. HTMLEncoder stuff)
on the other list.  So I can't update past build 546 (unless I want to
download precompiled .jar files -- and since the stable branch doesn't
actually *build* I have no idea how those .jar files were produced or
what's in them).

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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet port usage

2003-02-02 Thread Greg Wooledge
Edgar Friendly ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 in your .conf file, find the line starting listenPort=, and make
 that port pass through your firewall.

That's incoming.  Your firewall also needs to pass (via NAT or whatever)
*every* outgoing TCP port.

If you're behind a firewall that only permits outgoing connections on
a few ports (e.g. 80 and 21), then you're pretty much screwed.

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Re: [freenet-support] DoS

2003-01-30 Thread Greg Wooledge
Sascha W├╝stemann ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 I haven't reniced it, because I think it consumes it's cpu time it
 needs, so if fiddling with it, I would loose contact, right? Would using
 a different freenet file system decrease cpu usage leading to less load?

If you only have a 350 MB data store, it seems unlikely that you could
have a large enough number of files in any given subdirectory to cause
O(n^2) directory-search issues with ext2 file systems.  But this is
largely a guess on my part -- if you want to benchmark reiserfs vs. ext2
and document your results, I'm sure many people would find them quite
interesting.

For larger data stores on Linux, reiserfs is the recommended choice
of host file systems.  *BSD file systems are generally good for this
as well (but the lack of a top-quality Java runtime for BSD systems
hurts immensely).

 The linux box has an AMD-3D cpu at 300 MHz and the new box will
 have a similar one, when finished.

This is a slow CPU by Freenet standards.  The Freenet node performs
massively heavy math/crypto work.  I have a K6-2 333 MHz CPU in the
box on which I run a transient node (and my web browser).  If I load
The Freedom Engine on this machine, the load average easily reaches
25-30, and the system isn't usable for much else until it settles down.
(This box also runs Linux 2.2.21, which is not known to handle massively
multithreaded Java applications particularly well; it might do better
under Linux 2.4.)

If you're going to run a permanent node on such an old machine,
either let the machine be dedicated to Freenet and nothing else,
or use nice and lower the maximumThreads value to something that
will keep the system usable for other jobs.  You'll have to experiment
to find what works best for you.

 Is there a floppy distribution which
 can do java to run freenet/frost? I'd like to save using a harddisk to
 run the second linux box, if possible.

-rw-rw-r--1 freenet  1007 22839295 Oct 30 21:58 
/freenet/j2re-1_4_1_01-linux-i586.bin

You'd need a very large floppy disk to hold a Java runtime!  (LS-120)
Maybe a bootable Linux+Java+Freenet CD, using RAM disk for the data store,
would be a feasible project.  With ARKs and a sufficiently clever boot
script, I really do believe it's possible to roll out cookie cutter
Freenet nodes in this manner.  (You could even fit it all on one of those
miniature CDs.)

The obvious problem with this (diskless nodes) is that if one of
them crashes, it loses the whole data store.  Freenet is designed
to work best with permanent nodes that retain their data for as
long as it remains popular.  I don't know how big an impact the
loss of a single permanent node's data store makes, but obviously
it can't be a good thing.

On the other hand, the ability to erase your data store completely,
simply by hitting the power button, may be a useful feature in some
environments (running a node in a country like China, etc.).

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Re: [freenet-support] Building from Source on OS X--Packages not Found

2003-01-29 Thread Greg Wooledge
Aaron Davies ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 bash-2.05a$ make
 jikes -bootclasspath lib/freenet-ext.jar -sourcepath src -d build  
 src/freenet/client/*.java src/freenet/client/cli/*.java
 
 Found 2 system errors:
 
 *** Error: Could not find package java/util in:
 lib/freenet-ext.jar
 src

You probably have to set CLASSPATH to point to a place where the
jdk1.1 classes can be found, since (I think) jikes does not provide
these itself.

Failing that, you might want to try building with ant instead of make.
ant uses build.xml instead of Makefile, and you'll have to edit
the top of it to indicate that you wish to compile with jikes.

Also please be sure you are using jikes version 1.14.  Nothing older,
and NOTHING NEWER.

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Re: [freenet-support] list etiquette question re freesite URIs

2003-01-18 Thread Greg Wooledge
Marion Bates ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 Sorry for the blather...my actual question is, would it be an 
 appropriate use of this list if members were to post their freesite or 
 other file URIs so that other members could help get the site's 
 propagation started, while we're waiting for CoFe to add it to TFE? 

Personally, I think the chat list would be most appropriate for
this, not support.

 Obviously this blows the anonymity thing for the site authors,

There are anonymous re-mailers out there.

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Re: [freenet-support] Bonjour,

2003-01-14 Thread Greg Wooledge
Dave Hooper ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 For the benefit of the English-speaking viewers, Babel has this to say:

 I have evil to make function freenet, thus, Freedom engine opens, but
 I can reach nothing, the images which must constitute icones seem not to be
 posted.

This is the same bug that everyone and her brother has been complaining
about for the last 4 days.  Try freenet-latest.jar from the snapshots
site (http://freenetproject.org/snapshots/) -- and if that still doesn't
work, get my personal build at (http://wooledge.org/~greg/freenet.jar).

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Re: [freenet-support] links and images removed after update from 534

2003-01-13 Thread Greg Wooledge
Phil L ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 well, I had the same problem yesterday. unfortunately I had to delete my 
 9 gig datastore and reinstall 534 :(  this really sucks

WHY did you delete the data store?  The anonymity filter bugs in
some of the recent builds do not affect the contents of the data
store, nor the communications between nodes.  They only affect what
is sent from the node to the browser via the fproxy (mainport) port.

Everything in your data store should have been fine, unless you're
seeing a different bug than everyone else is.  Restarting the node
with an older build of freenet.jar was all you had to do.

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Re: [freenet-support] Graceful Data Store Downsize or Deletion

2003-01-13 Thread Greg Wooledge
[EMAIL PROTECTED] ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 Is there some way to gracefully down size or eliminate a data store
 so it does something like pump its keys stored back to the
 network.

As I understand it, no, because the node doesn't know what keys it
has stored.  It can't re-insert them until someone provides the
key to decrypt them.

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Re: [freenet-support] links and images removed after update from 534

2003-01-13 Thread Greg Wooledge
Nicholas Sturm ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 I would consider running a more nearly permanent node if someone
 (could and wanted to offer a little more explanation of setting up
 a dynamic IP address).  I looked over the site.  Sort of presume when 
 that became really desirable someone would offer a little more guidance.

Register with a dynamic DNS service.  Most of these are free of
charge, but they sometimes go away when the operator runs out of
funds, time and/or patience.  Some of them charge a small amount of
money per month.

Then, instead of putting your IP address in the node's config file,
you just put your dyn-dns name.  A quick glance at a seednodes.ref
file will probably turn up several examples of this.  From my
current one:

physical.tcp=ncsi.dyndns.ws:33655
physical.tcp=benedikt.dyndns.info:33628
physical.tcp=nf.dyndns.org:11559
physical.tcp=donadona.dyndns.org:36333
physical.tcp=xiexie.dyndns.org:12056

One of the features that Matthew's actively working on for the next
major stable release of Freenet (as opposed to the little
bug-fix [*cough*] releases we've been getting) is something called
ARK, which, as far as I've been able to deduce, is aimed at making
this dynamic DNS business unnecessary.  Nodes will be non-transient
by default, and manual configuration of the IP address won't be
required any more.

Meanwhile, get a dyn-dns name and use it -- simple enough for most
of us, but a bit outside the scope of the Freenet support mailing
list, since it's so OS- and provider-specific.

(Windows users who've done this are welcome to speak up here.  I
don't do anything but games with Windows, so I can't offer much
guidance here.)

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Re: Suggestions (was: Re: [freenet-support] Lamer Help)

2003-01-12 Thread Greg Wooledge
Tld ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 What about compression? 40k max size would mean about 28k (plus headers and 
 such) of stuff, I think a compressed seednodes.ref (maybe chopped down to 
 fit the size) would be small enough; every platform I can think of has 
 support for zip or gzip files so that should not be a big problem.

jekyll:/usr/local/cvs/Freenet-head/freenet$ ls -l ~/public_html/seednodes.ref 
-rw-r--r--1 greg greg54019 2003-01-09 20:38 
/home/greg/public_html/seednodes.ref
jekyll:/usr/local/cvs/Freenet-head/freenet$ gzip -c9 ~/public_html/seednodes.ref | wc 
-c
  13132

I will attempt to send a copy of a compressed seednodes.ref file
to this list to see whether it gets through.

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[freenet-support] seednodes.ref.gz

2003-01-12 Thread Greg Wooledge
seednodes.ref.gz should be attached.

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Re: [freenet-support] Lamer Help

2003-01-11 Thread Greg Wooledge
Pete Soden ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 If new people could download the new seed.ref that would help, but with
 freenetproject.org down newbies can't get them so they'll all be seeing that
 message

Yeah, it's too bad that people never ever put their own seednodes.ref
files on their own web sites.  I mean, sure, it would be great if
one could go to some place like http://wooledge.org/~greg/ and find
a seednodes.ref file there for the taking.  Or maybe, in some
theoretical alternate earth, one could go to Google, search for
seednodes.ref, and find sites like http://www.whoopis.com/~mbates/freenet/
whence seednodes.ref files could be retrieved.

/sarcasm

Granted, these could conceivably be out of date, but an old
seednodes.ref file is surely better than one which is known empirically
not to work, and it's surely leagues better than none at all.

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Re: [freenet-support] Lamer Help

2003-01-11 Thread Greg Wooledge
[EMAIL PROTECTED] ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 i'll be sure to put it up since it has my ip in it
 on my how to build a nuke from radio shack parts website

Um... what?

(1) The seednodes.ref file contains *other* nodes, not yours.  If you
want to publish your own node reference, you may also do that, but it's
not included in seednodes.ref by default.

(2) If people go to my web site, they have my IP address.  I don't
exactly try to hide my identity here, y'know...

 so i can think of a few reason folks might not want
 to put their seed ref on their freesite

I said WEB site.  Not freesite.  But yes, I do publish my seednodes.ref
file on my freesite as well as my web site.  Even if I were trying
to keep myself anonymous, which I clealy am not, point (1) above
would make this a relatively safe practice.  Remember the Freedom
Seed?  (And before that, the Evil Seed.)

Of course, a seednodes.ref file on a freesite would not be very
helpful to the original poster, since he was reporting RNFs.  It
would be a bit like giving someone a CD-ROM with drivers on it for
their new CD-ROM drive.

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Re: [freenet-support] Lamer Help

2003-01-10 Thread Greg Wooledge
Adam Sundor ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 1. For the start, the Help suggested I write you for a friendly beginning. I
 don't know anybody using freenet so need the key or is that also a freesite
 by URI?

Open the Freenet gateway either by using the rabbit in the system
tray, or by browsing to http://127.0.0.1:/ in a web browser.
On the gateway page, there is a link to The Freedom Engine, which
is a daily-updated site dedicated to listing virtually all Freenet
sites.  This should be your starting point.

 Gather the network is quite busy, today, received:
 Couldn't retrieve key:
 CHK@hdXaxkwZ9rA8-SidT0AN-bniQlgPAwI%2cXdCDmBuGsd-ulqbLnZ8v%7ew
 Hops To Live: 15
 Error: Route not Found

If you continue getting Route Not Found (RNF) errors for a prolonged
period of time, you might need to get newer seed node references.

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Re: [freenet-support] TFE, CRUFT FF

2003-01-09 Thread Greg Wooledge
Nicholas Sturm ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 I've read that note about try retrieving the previous edition, but
 point me to the directions for doing THAT.  Thanks.

When the DNF page in recent stable builds of Freenet comes up for
a DBR site, it has a hyperlink on it which leads to yesterday's
edition.  You click it.

 What does DNF stand for?

Data Not Found.  Freenet's equivalent of an HTTP 404.

  ?date=3D20030105 in the URL bar or something.
 
 I think I could handle the or something but is ?date=3D2--30105 a magic
 phrase.
 I have no idea what it stands for.

First of all, it means your mail client is broken.  There should not
be a 3D after the =.  It's just 2003 01 05 which means January 5,
2003.  All together: ?date=20030105 (assuming your mail client doesn't
mangle it again).

I'll try to make sure mutt doesn't use quoted-printable encoding this
time, since that's probably what made your mail client barf.

I've snipped the rest of your message, since they weren't direct
questions that I can answer.  If you need more answers, be sure to
Cc the list this time, instead of just replying to me personally.

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[freenet-support] [MAILER-DAEMON@pegasus.wooledge.org: failure notice]

2003-01-08 Thread Greg Wooledge
- Forwarded message from [EMAIL PROTECTED] -

[[ snip ]]

Hi. This is the qmail-send program at pegasus.wooledge.org.
I'm afraid I wasn't able to deliver your message to the following addresses.
This is a permanent error; I've given up. Sorry it didn't work out.

[EMAIL PROTECTED]:
68.65.221.46 failed after I sent the message.
Remote host said: 552 Error: content rejected

--- Below this line is a copy of the message.

[[ snip ]]

Trevor Smith ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 Just noting the absence of these two sites today and wondering if these
 sites are missing from all of freenet; or if it is perhaps just my
 corner?

TFE finally showed up very late in the day.  I never did get Cruft
today.

[[ snip ]]

- End forwarded message -

This paragraph has been inserted in order to increase the amount
of text in the interest of avoiding arbitrary rejection of my message
by very strangely configured mail transfer agents.  In the event
that I actually had anything meaningful to say, you would be
instructed on what to do, say and think.  This fluff has been brought
to you by the Society for Saying Silly Stuff.

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Re: [freenet-support] My password?

2003-01-05 Thread Greg Wooledge
Dave Hooper ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 Get on what, with what passwords?  What are you talking about?

Believe it or not, some people occasionally think that the Freenet
whose mailing list this is, is one of the community Internet service
providers that go by the name free net.  How they end up here is
anyone's guess.

Last time I used a free net (community BBS thingy) was in about
1994  But it seems they're still around in various guises.

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Re: [freenet-support] Too many builds!

2003-01-04 Thread Greg Wooledge
Ian Clarke ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 On Sat, Jan 04, 2003 at 03:12:30AM +0200, Catalin wrote:

  How can I found out what bugfixes and improvements are in a particular 
  build?
 
 Subscribe to the [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list.

Or use cvs2cl

2003-01-02 22:18  amphibian

* src/freenet/Version.java (rel-0-5-1.17): up version for bugfix

2003-01-02 22:18  amphibian

* src/freenet/node/AutoBackoffNodeRequester.java (rel-0-5-1.3): bug
fixes, make things available to subclasses

2002-12-20 19:39  amphibian

* src/freenet/Version.java (rel-0-5-1.16): up version for all
recent changes

2002-12-20 19:38  amphibian

* src/freenet/support/DataObjectStore.java (rel-0-5-1.1): merge:
update interface

2002-12-20 19:38  amphibian

* src/freenet/node/AutoBackoffNodeRequester.java (rel-0-5-1.2): set
temp dir

2002-12-20 19:36  amphibian

* src/freenet/client/http/FproxyServlet.java (rel-0-5-1.9): set
temp dir, logging, __CHECKED_NEWS__

2002-12-20 19:34  amphibian

* src/freenet/client/AutoRequester.java (rel-0-5-1.4): temp dir,
merge abort(), resetAbort(), more changes relating to temp files

2002-12-20 19:32  amphibian

* src/freenet/client/http/: InsertContext.java, InsertServlet.java
(rel-0-5-1.[1,2]): add tempdir to InsertContext, rename it in
InsertServlet

2002-12-20 19:29  amphibian

* src/freenet/node/rt/DataObjectRoutingStore.java (rel-0-5-1.2):
commit orphan-removal code

2002-12-20 19:28  amphibian

* src/freenet/transport/tcpAddress.java (rel-0-5-1.3): make
getPort() public

2002-12-20 19:27  amphibian

* src/freenet/support/servlet/http/HttpServletResponseImpl.java
(rel-0-5-1.3): charset not meaningful if MIME type doesn't start
with text/

2002-12-20 19:25  amphibian

* src/freenet/support/SimpleDataObjectStore.java (rel-0-5-1.2):
extra error handling... disable checkSize()... add keys(FileNumber,
boolean)... fix keys(FilePattern)

2002-12-20 19:21  amphibian

* src/freenet/node/states/announcing/Announcing.java (rel-0-5-1.3):
reannounce once an hour if local traffic less than 5% of global
traffic

2002-12-20 19:19  amphibian

* src/freenet/node/http/infolets/EnvironmentInfolet.java
(rel-0-5-1.4): add some interesting fields to Environment

2002-12-20 19:18  amphibian

* src/freenet/node/http/infolets/DefaultInfolet.java (rel-0-5-1.9):
improve/update the IP-address-wrong warning

2002-12-20 19:16  amphibian

* src/freenet/node/http/DistributionServlet.java (rel-0-5-1.2):
explain an error a bit

2002-12-20 19:15  amphibian

* src/freenet/node/Node.java (rel-0-5-1.12): expose some stuff,
make ipAddress expert-mode-only.

2002-12-20 19:13  amphibian

* src/freenet/node/Main.java (rel-0-5-1.9): logging, expose some
stuff, start node and services after setting up temp dir

2002-12-20 19:11  amphibian

* src/freenet/node/IPAddressDetector.java (rel-0-5-1.2): close the
UDP socket after using it

2002-12-20 19:10  amphibian

* src/freenet/client/http/TempBucketFactory.java (rel-0-5-1.3):
logging

2002-12-20 19:08  amphibian

* .cvsignore (rel-0-5-1.2): hmm

2002-12-19 14:37  amphibian

* src/freenet/client/http/TempBucketFactory.java (rel-0-5-1.2):
merge, allow creation of TempBucketFactory with no params by using
System param for temp dir

2002-12-19 12:22  amphibian

* src/freenet/client/http/TempBucketFactory.java (rel-0-5-1.1):
logging, make TempBucketFactory public on stable branch

[snip]

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Re: [freenet-support] Too many builds!

2003-01-03 Thread Greg Wooledge
5tucatz elPunishar ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 additional to that, you _don't_ have to shut down your node to update.

Huh?

 just run the update script and when its done, restart your node. voila.

So you *do* have to restart the node, which is exactly the same thing
as shutting it down and then starting the new one.

Stopping a Freenet node aborts all active data transfers, and
starting it back up with a large data store can take a few minutes.

But I agree with Ian -- upgrades are not mandatory.  In many cases
they're not even advisable; I've avoided builds 538 and 539 because
of numerous reports of problems that were solved by reverting to 537.
In any event, I'd advise most permanent node operators to wait a
day or so before upgrading to a new build, just to avoid any brown
paper bag bugs.  I mean, do you upgrade to the latest stable
(haha) Linux kernel release the same day it comes out?  (If you're
a /.  drone, don't bother answering that. ;-) )

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Re: [freenet-support] DBR Freesite questions

2003-01-03 Thread Greg Wooledge
Catalin ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 I uploaded a DBR Freesite formed by 3 files: index.html, activeling.gif 
 and description.txt . If I connect to the freesite using 
 SSK@key/freesite_name// then the index.html file is displayed 
 perfectly and fast.
 But how can i see the description.txt file and the activeling.gif file? 
 Using SSK@key/freesite_name//description.txt or 
 SSK@key/freesite_name/description.txt doesn't work (not even with 
 idndex.html).

I spoke with you in the IRC channel about this, but I think others
may benefit from some discussion on the mailing list.

As we determined earlier, you're inserting the site with FIW under
Windows XP.  I believe you also tried using fcptools, but I don't
know whether you did so with a fresh keypair as I suggested.  (Also,
hapi [Jay] said that fcptools doesn't work quite as well under
Windows as it does under Unix.)  Once a key has been inserted into
Freenet, it cannot be deleted or modified.  Therefore, if you've
got a corrupt mapfile with your first keypair, it's probably easier
to start anew with a fresh keypair so that you can insert cleanly.
(Of course, any CHK@ keys will still collide, but that's good.  You
want that.)

And yes, I think your mapfile is corrupt.  The mapfile is a list of
CHK@ redirections for your site, and your insertion client (fcptools,
FIW, fishtools, FreeWeb, or whatever else exists at the moment) is
normally responsible for constructing it properly.  Most authors/users
don't ever see one, but you can retrieve it manually, for validation
purposes, with a bit of knowledge about FCP.  I'll use my site as an
example:

$ echo -e 
'\000\000\000\002ClientGet\nURI=SSK@wlUk5niRuNDUL4lzvdHu6DamhW8PAgM/Greg_Wooledge//\nHopsToLive=10\nEndMessage'
 | nc localhost 8481
DataFound
[...]
DateRedirect.Target=freenet:SSK@wlUk5niRuNDUL4lzvdHu6DamhW8PAgM/Greg_Wooledge
End

This is using bash's built-in echo command, which supports SysV style
\xxx notation with the -e switch.  nc is netcat, which is a command-line
telnet client suitable for piping data (as opposed to interactive use).

As you can see, my site is a DBR (DateRedirect).  So in order to fully
expand the redirect, we need to compute the desired day's timestamp
in the Freenet format:

$ perl -e '$t=time(); printf %x\n, $t-$t%86400'
3e162400

That's today's timestamp, which is fine because I intend to retrieve
today's mapfile, which was inserted several hours ago.  If I had
only inserted tomorrow's (e.g. if this were a brand new site), then
I'd add 86400 to the time.  I discuss this in more detail on my Freenet
site.

Now, to fetch the mapfile, we combine the DateRedirect.Target and the
timestamp in hex (and a hyphen):

$ echo -e 
'\000\000\000\002ClientGet\nURI=SSK@wlUk5niRuNDUL4lzvdHu6DamhW8PAgM/3e162400-Greg_Wooledge\nHopsToLive=10\nEndMessage'
 | nc localhost 8481
DataFound
DataLength=339f
[...]
Name=greycat.png
Info.Format=image/png
Redirect.Target=freenet:CHK@Q~n-s59eewImrlPE3jdZHIIND98OAwI,1LvQI-TZ~HWd12Mcs6Fp
qg
[...]
Document
Name=index.html
Info.Format=text/html
Redirect.Target=freenet:CHK@7QAAVSDRTCaTolBTqgnsGzK3~LgQAwI,MgYmNaO~ygLLDbgU0~GGMw
EndPart
Document
Info.Format=text/html
Redirect.Target=freenet:CHK@7QAAVSDRTCaTolBTqgnsGzK3~LgQAwI,MgYmNaO~ygLLDbgU0~GGMw
End

Obviously my mapfile is pretty large, so I've snipped most of it.  But
you can see that there is one Document section for each file in my
site, and each one redirects to a CHK@ key.  In addition to this, there's
a Document section which has no Name= in it, which has the same CHK@
redirect as index.html.  This is the default document, which is
retrieved when someone requests SSK@blah/Greg_Wooledge// with nothing
else after the //.

Since this is a daily DBR site, a new mapfile is inserted every day,
even if I don't change any of the files.  Past mapfiles stay around
in Freenet for an indefinite period of time; if someone requests
them (either with SSK@blah/oldtimehex-Greg_Wooledge// or the newer
SSK@blah/Greg_Wooledge//?date=MMDD) then nodes will retain them.
Otherwise they'll eventually expire out of the system, assuming that
new content is inserted continually to force the old content out, and
also assuming Freenet's capacity is finite.

Unfortunately for you, I don't know of any tools that come with
WinXP which can be used to duplicate the steps shown above.  You
could download Unix tools such as bash, netcat and perl; apart from
that, I don't know what options are available.

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Re: [freenet-support] connect to my home node, through internet

2002-12-16 Thread Greg Wooledge
Heine Laursen ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 Hi. I want to connect to my node (With my browser)

 mainport.allowedHosts=* #Have also tryed, with ip's
 mainport.bindAddress=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx #(Public ip) have also tryed with *

These two are reversed.  Here is what I use (on a Debian woody node,
kernel 2.4.18):

mainport.port=
mainport.bindAddress=*
mainport.allowedHosts=127.0.0.1,192.168.2.1,192.168.2.2,192.168.2.4,192.168.2.20

$ netstat -ant | grep 
tcp0  0 0.0.0.0:0.0.0.0:*   LISTEN  
tcp0  0 192.168.2.4:192.168.2.2:2524ESTABLISHED [...]

If you're using a firewall (iptables) then make sure you aren't blocking
incoming packets on the mainport port.

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

2002-12-12 Thread Greg Wooledge
Dave Hooper ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 Better to just link it with
 ln /usr/bin/java /usr/java/j2re1.4.0_03/bin/java

Wrong way 'round.  And you lost the -s.

ln -s /usr/java/j2re1.4.0_03/bin/java /usr/local/bin/java

 And put back the original start-freenet.sh!

Yes.

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Re: [freenet-support] too free to work

2002-12-11 Thread Greg Wooledge
Tld ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 Is java in path? Try running it by hand: write java on the command line 
 and see what comes after. If a no such program error you need it in the 
 path :)

And the best way to do that is:

   ln -s /the/place/where/you/put/bin/java /usr/local/bin/java

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Re: [freenet-support] Howto run freenet with free interpreters? (gij from gcc)

2002-12-07 Thread Greg Wooledge
Philip J├Ągenstedt ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 I'm having difficulties running freenet using gij from gcc. Using the
 start-freenet.sh script doesn't allow to use any command line switches (like
 --help).

Sure it does:

echo -n Starting Freenet now: 
nice -n 10 -- java $JAVA_ARGS freenet.node.Main $@ 
echo $!  freenet.pid
echo Done

See the $@ on the java line?  That's the command-line parameters
to the start-freenet.sh script, passed verbatim to the java command.

 However, something seems to be happening, as 100% of my cpu power is
 used until I get tired and run stop-freenet.sh. While *something* is running,
 I cannot access the interface through http://localhost: as the
 documentation states I should (however, this may be due to some thing or
 another in /etc, haven't looked at that yet).

Check freenet.log and wherever stdout/stderr from start-freenet.sh are
going.

 Has anyone successfully used freenet with gij? I have absolutely no intention
 of installing suns non-free vm, so my hope is I can get this working. Do I
 need to compile it myself with gcj perhaps??

Another choice would be Kaffe 1.0.7.

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Re: [freenet-support] No frequest.exe or finsert.exe

2002-11-27 Thread Greg Wooledge
Stef ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
 The official website of the Frost developer is:
 http://jtcfrost.sourceforge.net/


Frank Stoeckl ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
 http://sourceforge.net/projects/jtcfrost/


These two URLs go to entirely different -- DRAMATICALLY different --
places.  This is mind-boggling.  It's almost as bad as the Freenet
FAQ situation.

And yes, for the record, frequest.exe and finsert.exe date back to
Freenet 0.3.

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Re: [freenet-support] No frequest.exe or finsert.exe

2002-11-25 Thread Greg Wooledge
Frank Stoeckl ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 I installed freenet and wanted to use frost, so i downloaded the latest 
 frost release 010714.

Where did you get it?


Matthew Toseland ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 No, I mean frost has a bad reputation, and I'm not surprised at its
 apparently depending on programs that haven't been part of freenet for
 over 18 months.

I'm not entirely convinced that he actually got the latest version.
Assuming that 010714 isn't a typo, that's July 14, 2001.

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Re: [freenet-support] java problem

2002-11-20 Thread Greg Wooledge
walter bibiza ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 i,m using mandrake 9.0. i have installed j2re 1.4.1 under
 usr/java and still freenet tells me java not found. please
 help me in a user-friendly way how freenet can find path
 to java.

su
ln -s /usr/java/bin/java /usr/local/bin/java

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Re: [freenet-support] RemoveLocalKey

2002-11-17 Thread Greg Wooledge
[EMAIL PROTECTED] ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

[RemoveLocalKey]
 i think about RLK=t like a GenerateCHK - doing some stuff, looking if it
 works, but not performing any (permanent) operations on the store itself - i
 thought this was the intention of this field? if not, what *is* it's
 intention?

The intention is to let you insert or request a key from the rest of
Freenet even if it's already in your data store.  The implementation is
that it deletes the key from your data store first.  It's supposed to
help you propagate a key.

Assume for the moment that you have a Freenet site, which you have
inserted through your node.  But other people can't reach it -- maybe
because all of the nodes to which you inserted it originally, other
than your own, have gone away.  If you re-insert it through your
own node, nothing will happen -- you already have the key, so it
just spits back a KEYCOLLISION (fcpputsite terminology) and the key
isn't propagated.

But if you remove the key from your local data store, and *then* insert
it, then it can be propagated to other nodes.

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Re: [freenet-support] Datastore feature idea

2002-11-16 Thread Greg Wooledge
James Bason ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 I have a question about the Datastore, and an idea for a feature that I don't
 see, but would like to have if possible. First, my question: is there any way
 to prevent loss of information from my datastore? I'm using build 535, and
 I've got plenty of space for whatever Freenet wants to hand me, but I'd
 prefer to not lose anything so as to not contribute to DNF's. 

Set the size of your data store to the size of the file system.

 Secondly, along the same lines, an idea for the datastore. For those of us
 with more disk space than God, how about a feature where the datastore simply
 grows as needed, and a second option (assuming my first question's answer is
 a no) to retain all data.

All disks are finite.  Set your data store size.

 In other words, the datastore simply resizes
 itself whenever necessary until it runs out or gets close to running out of
 disk space?

You're assuming that Java can *determine* when disk space is running
low.  I'd be willing to bet money that it can't do that.  Remember,
everything Java does has to be platform-independent.  You can't run
system(df .); and then parse the output -- because that wouldn't
work on Windows, for instance.

You need to tell it how much disk space is available, up front, in the
config file.

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Re: [freenet-support] RemoveLocalKey

2002-11-16 Thread Greg Wooledge
[EMAIL PROTECTED] ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 when specifying ClientPut/RemoveLocalKey=true, does fred remove the stored
 key (chk) BEFORE or AFTER trying an insert?

If you removed the key after insertion, then the insertion will not
have worked, because the key will be gone.  So that wouldn't make much
sense.

 experiments with build 618 (btw - the new layout (bullets, small title frame,
 typo) sucks in my opinion) revealed, that a ClientPut succeeds with
 RemoveLocalKey=true, even if that key *already existed*! this leaves me to
 think that the *old* key is removed before the *new* key is stored, leading
 to no key collision.

Well, yeah.  That's kind of the point.

 the IMHO correct way would be to remove the *new* key *right after* it has
 been inserted, and if such a key already exsits when trying the insert,
 returning a KeyCollision!

But then you'd be deleting keys from your data store and not replacing
them.  Given that the point of the RemoveLocalKey option is to
improve propagation of your keys, deleting from your data store
afterward seems to be a step backward.

If your goal is to remove all traces of the key from your data store
after insertion to hide your tracks, then I think you should consider
stopping your node and running rm -rf store_* or DELTREE store_*.
And make sure you're using a transient node for this purpose, not a
permanent one.

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Re: [freenet-support] build 535 problems

2002-11-14 Thread Greg Wooledge
Roger Hayter ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 If pushed I could try and give detail on this, but most notably this 
 seems to be the most unpredictable build I have tried yet.  It sometimes 
 drifts into doing very little, sometimes dies of excessive threads, and 
 sometimes just uses excess CPU time while not actually serving any 
 incoming requests, and serving local requests, and fproxy pages, 
 exceedingly slowly.

How is your node doing on memory usage?  My 535 node seems to be leaking
memory:

pegasus:~$ ps auxw | grep freenet
freenet  31085  5.5  0.0 189972 194452 p4- SNWed01PM   98:04.43 
/usr/local/kaffe/jre/bin/kaffe-bin -mx 224M freenet.node.Main 

freenet  31085  9.0  0.0 190996 195792 p4- SNWed01PM   99:52.07 
/usr/local/kaffe/jre/bin/kaffe-bin -mx 224M freenet.node.Main 

When the memory usage gets up to the limit that I assigned, the node
will start to report OutOfMemoryError in the freenet.log and won't
respond to fproxy requests until I restart it.

I'm thinking about going back to build 533, but I can't prove that 533
is actually better.

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Re: [freenet-support] wasting bandwidth?

2002-11-13 Thread Greg Wooledge
Shawn Yarbrough ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 Unfortunantly raising maximumThreads to 200 or above makes
 my system unable to fork so I had to reboot.  Now it is set at 150.

You may need to recompile your kernel to allow more processes.
Unfortunately you didn't say what operating system you're using
(or what Java VM).

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Re: [freenet-support] Bandwidth settings

2002-11-09 Thread Greg Wooledge
[EMAIL PROTECTED] ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 The default of 1 doesn't seem to properly limit the amount of use to
 1 - my outgoing data stream winds up using everything it has (15K) for
 long periods of time while I have freenet running. A side effect of this
 seems to be that my freenet node has load spikes where normally it'll be
 sitting at around load average 2 or 3 and suddenly spike to around 15 or even
 as high as 20 sometimes.

Using which build of Freenet?  The high load average problem is fixed
in build 533.

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Re: [freenet-support] Gateway won't start for me.

2002-11-09 Thread Greg Wooledge
Magus @ Yahoo ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

   I can't get my gateway to start. These log and ini files are from a
   clean install of Freenet on Windows 98 SE (4.10.) with JRE 1.4.1

The files look acceptable.  What happens when you go to http://127.0.0.1:/
in a web browser?

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Re: [freenet-support] allowing others access to fproxy

2002-11-09 Thread Greg Wooledge
Alex Snow ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 How do I let other people connect to fproxy? I tried adding the line listed
 in the faq entry for this problem, I think it was something like
 fproxy.bindaddress=* but still nothing.

Wrong or outdated FAQ.  Go to
http://freenet.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php?FAQ.

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Re: [freenet-support] fcpHosts problem

2002-11-07 Thread Greg Wooledge
Klaus Koch ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 I 
 checked the FAQ and found the fproxy.bindAddress=* option,

The documentation on freenetproject.org is all out of date.  There
is a slightly more recent FAQ at
http://freenet.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php?FAQ.  Unfortunately,
that document is not linked to from freenetprojecg.org.  Also, you
can't get to it by going to http://freenet.sourceforge.net/ first,
since that will just redirect you to freenetproject.org.

Please send all hate mail to the Freenet developers. :-/

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[freenet-support] Re: [freenet-dev] CPU Eating other things (bugs?)

2002-11-06 Thread Greg Wooledge
Matthew Toseland ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 On Fri, Nov 01, 2002 at 06:58:33PM -0500, Greg Wooledge wrote:

  I tried that (but with a lower magnitude on the maximumThreads), and it
  seemed to help for a while.  But when I got home today, the load average
  was back in the upper 20s/lower 30s.
 It works now, with 533?

I've been running rel-0-5-1 CVS from 5 hours ago for 5 hours now,
and load average is remaining in what I'd consider a healthy
range.  I won't call it fixed yet, because it hasn't been long
enough, but so far so good.

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Re: [freenet-support] I cannot conect. Please Advise

2002-11-05 Thread Greg Wooledge
Natalia ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 Couldn't retrieve key: SSK@rBjVda8pC-Kq04jUurIAb8IzAGcPAgM/TFE// 
 Hops To Live: 15
 Error: Route not Found 
 Attempts were made to contact 0 nodes.
 * 0 were totally unreachable. 
 * 0 restarted. 
 * 0 cleanly rejected. 

Check your firewall configuration, if any, and make sure you have
full Internet connectivity in both directions.  (Incoming only
has to be on one port, your FNP port, which is called listenPort
in the config file.  Outgoing must be allowed on all TCP ports.)

If that all seems to be OK, then stop Freenet, get seednodes.ref
from someone, replace the one you already have, and restart Freenet.
My seednodes.ref is at http://wooledge.org/~greg/seednodes.ref if
you'd like to try that one.

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Re: [freenet-support] java interpreter

2002-11-05 Thread Greg Wooledge
murat hepdurluk ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 I cant connect to the http://java.sun.com  to download the required Java 
 application.

Why not?

 Can you advice any other web site to download that program.
 And , can you send me the full name of the java application, so I can 
 search it on the net.

Not without knowing what platform you need it for.

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Re: [freenet-support] windows 0.5.0.4 monolithic installer updated

2002-11-04 Thread Greg Wooledge
[EMAIL PROTECTED] ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 Go to http://127.0.0.1:/servlet/nodestatus/nodestatus.html and
 click the Download References button.  Rename the resulting file
 from noderefs.txt to seednodes.ref.

 try setting Minimum successful connections to 0 before clicking on the
 download button, so you get all yet unconnected nodes, too

I'm not sure you'd want to export node references to nodes that you
can't actually reach.  A lot of bogus node references get sent out
in announcements, and are eventually dropped from the routing table
because they don't work.

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Re: [freenet-support] Network Error

2002-11-04 Thread Greg Wooledge
Vitenka - Zen ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 How do I export that list?  --export only gives *my* node id...

 I'd like to save it to aid recovery next time my routing table gets eaten by
 datastore bugs :)

Go to :/servlet/nodestatus/nodestatus.html and then click on
the Download References button.  Rename the file from noderefs.txt
to seednodes.ref.

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Re: [freenet-support] I figured it out (Network Error Again (more details)

2002-11-03 Thread Greg Wooledge
John E. Mayorga ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 During the installation, it was suggested that 2500kb
 (or something like that), so I typed in 2500.

D'oh!  If a data store less than N bytes is unable to function
correctly, then Freenet should check for that and refuse to run
under those conditions.  Matthew, if you're reading, what's the
magical value of N?

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Re: [freenet-support] Network Error Again (more details)

2002-11-03 Thread Greg Wooledge
John E. Mayorga ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 I have downloaded a
 seednodes.ref file from
 http://wooledge.org/~greg/seednodes.ref to no avail (I
 believe he is using version .4).

I'm running CVS branch rel-0-5-1, which I compile every day or so,
in the hopes that it will one day magically work great.  I take
snapshots of my seednodes.ref every once in a while when my node
appears to be having a good run (e.g., my routing table hasn't shrunk
to 5 nodes).

  4 were totally unreachable. 
 0 restarted. 
 1 cleanly rejected. 

Have you checked your node reference status page yet?
(:/servlet/nodestatus/nodestatus.html)  It might give some
useful details.

  0 were totally unreachable. 
 0 restarted. 
 0 cleanly rejected. 

I (sarcastically) refer to that as my Favorite Error Message of All
Time.  That's a very bad sign, but unfortunately I don't know any
cure.

 ipAddress=24.127.54.220

 listenPort=5

I'm able to establish a connection to that IP/port from here.  That's
good.

 %transient=false

Good.

I can't think of anything else to tell you than be patient, keep
retrying, and if your routing table shrinks below 10 nodes, either
restart Freenet or try someone else's seed nodes.

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Re: [freenet-support] windows 0.5.0.4 monolithic installer updated

2002-11-03 Thread Greg Wooledge
Vitenka - Zen ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 * fix import/export ref on bunny
 
 Can we have an export all known references option?  At least until the
 routing table stops getting eaten by the datastore bugs :)

Go to http://127.0.0.1:/servlet/nodestatus/nodestatus.html and
click the Download References button.  Rename the resulting file
from noderefs.txt to seednodes.ref.

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Re: [freenet-support] RE: freenet can't find java

2002-11-03 Thread Greg Wooledge
Matthew Mactyre ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 Okay, I'm having the same problem.  How do I make sure that the right
 directory is in the $PATH? How do I add it?  I'm a real linux newbie.

ln -fs /wherever/your/java/lives/bin/java /usr/local/bin/java

If /usr/local/bin isn't in your $PATH then you have bigger issues.

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Re: [freenet-support] how to get 6xy releases?

2002-11-02 Thread Greg Wooledge
[EMAIL PROTECTED] ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 i'd like to experiment a bit with the unstable releases. how can i reach and 
download them?

They're on http://freenetproject.org/snapshots/, just like the
stable builds.

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Re: [freenet-support] After the download ?

2002-11-02 Thread Greg Wooledge
joost ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 It began with the question: Enter a Freesite URI here. This was really
 Chinese for me.

Ignore that box.  Look at the bookmarks box that has links to
The Freedom Engine and Freenet Forever and Cruft.  Click on
those, and be patient.

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Re: [freenet-support] 24/7 node

2002-11-02 Thread Greg Wooledge
Darren ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 I am using http://freenetproject.org/cgi-bin/twiki/view/Main/CLO as my
 freenet.conf reference...is there a better location?

Yeah.  The freenet.conf file itself.

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Re: [freenet-support] idea for wininstaller

2002-11-01 Thread Greg Wooledge
Zlatin Balevsky ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 since Fred still takes up to 20 or 30 seconds to load on slower machine, 

You have some really WEIRD notions of what constitutes a slower
machine.  If your node only takes 20 seconds to start up, you've
got a pretty fast machine, or a very small data store.

 but the tray utility appears almost instantly, it would be neat not to 
 display the red rabbit while the node is loading but the red rabbit with 
 the grean arrow on it.  
 
 Also a text tip freenet is loading, please wait... would prevent 
 ultra-newbies to immediately try and click on it.

These are good suggestions.  But the problem is that the freenet.log
never actually says WHEN the node is ready.  It says Starting
interfaces but even then the interfaces aren't actually startED.
They're just startING.  The node would have to say All interfaces
are now started.  Node is ready. or something similar in order for
this to be really useful.  And I'm not even sure that's possible
(you'd have to ask someone who speaks Java).

In my experience, I'll often get connection refused on port 
for several seconds after Starting interfaces appears in the log.
It can be very frustrating.

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[freenet-support] shrinking list of node refs

2002-11-01 Thread Greg Wooledge
When I checked my node reference status screen this morning (on the
Linux/SunJava node), I saw that my list of refs was down to:

Number of node references: 15
Contacted node references: 13
Backed off node references: 1
Total Trials: 10128
Total Successes: 3882

It was in the upper 30s last night when the node had been running
for only a couple hours.

My OpenBSD/Kaffe node has a much healthier list:

Number of node references: 49
Contacted node references: 46
Backed off node references: 7
Total Trials: 14291
Total Successes: 6423

And it's been running for the same length of time, give or take a few
minutes.  (In fact, that list is SO healthy that I think I'm going to
save it!)

It seems to me that there is some sort of random factor here -- a node
that has a bit of bad luck reaching its peers will go into a downward
spiral in which it can't reach other nodes, so it deletes references
to them, so it has fewer references from which to choose, so it can't
reach other nodes,   But a node that has a bit better luck in
reaching its brethren will prosper.  I've observed this before during
the 0.4 days.

Of course this isn't a rigorous scientific experiment.  These two
nodes are *not* configured identically (and shouldn't be, because
they're running on very different hardware -- the clock speed alone
is more than three times as high on the OpenBSD box).  And I haven't
attempted to repeat this experiment.

They're both running the same build, though - CVS branch rel-0-5-1
built last night (2002-10-31) at 18:26 US/Eastern.

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Re: [freenet-support] windows 0.5.0.4 monolithic installer updated

2002-11-01 Thread Greg Wooledge
GrimHunter ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
 Am 01.11.2002 04:17:56 schrieb Mathew Ryden [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 I've uploaded the monolithic installer incase anyone actually uses that
 horrific thing (actually, an amazingly large amount of the freenet installs
 have been the monolithic installer)
 
 I've tried to install one (running a small second node ;-)) but freenet doesn't want 
to.
 It says :
 
 Nov 1, 2002 12:42:46 PM (freenet.node.Main, main): Monolithic datastore no longer 
supported. Converting to native. You had better ...blabla

You're confusing the monolithic datastore with the monolithic Windows
installer.  The monolithic Windows installer has freenet.jar inside it,
as opposed to the Windows web-installer which downloads freenet.jar from
freenetproject.org at installation time.

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Re: [freenet-support] 0.504 Error on Kaffe, a backtrace

2002-11-01 Thread Greg Wooledge
Dave Hooper ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 Try a different version of Kaffe (anyone know the minimum recommended
 working version of Kaffe for freenet?).

1.0.7.

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Re: [freenet-support] just curious

2002-11-01 Thread Greg Wooledge
Shawn Yarbrough ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 I'm especially curious about the localRequestsPerHour which I initially
 took to mean how many requests *I* was making from my node, but there's no
 way I'm making anywhere near that many requests.

No, it's the number of requests your node is processing per hour.
Local means you, global means the average for the whole network
as far as you've been able to see so far.

  * entries: 100
  * globalRequestsPerHour: 4474.6667
  * localRequestsPerHour: 16047.071409467771

This means that, out of the 100 nodes you know about, you're processing
something like 4x the average number of requests.  You're a hero. :)

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Re: [freenet-support] Mac OS

2002-11-01 Thread Greg Wooledge
John Stewart ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 I need an older version of the freenet software, one that will
 run in Mac OS 8.6. Where can I go to download the older versions
 of freenet?

The Freenet software is written in Java.  It consists entirely of
two files: freenet.jar and freenet-ext.jar.  Anything else is just
a frill.

All you need is a Java virtual machine that works on your OS and is
compatible with Sun Java version 1.2 (or, actually, 1.1 with a few
1.2 features added).

Then just download the two .jar files, and a seednodes.ref file
(preferably from a friend, but from freenetproject.org if you have
to); set your CLASSPATH; run java freenet.node.Main --config to
create the config file; and run java freenet.node.Main to start
the node.

If you can't get a command line, then ask a Macintosh guru how to
do the MacOS 8 equivalent of the above instructions. :-(

(Oh, P.S.: freenet.jar is called freenet-latest.jar on the snapshots
page for some reason I can't guess.  It needs to be renamed after
downloading, or your CLASSPATH needs to be adjusted to match.)

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Re: [freenet-support] my mp3's

2002-10-31 Thread Greg Wooledge
Vitenka - Zen ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 Ok, humourous rant aside:  Someone mentioned 
 settings in the readme to help the browser getting 
 choked off problem?  I see no such mention in my 
 readme - does anyone have the text?

Many browsers limit the number of simultaneous connections to something far
too low for efficiently browsing Freenet (since Freenet pages often have
much higher latency than web pages). This can usually be reconfigured. For
example, for mozilla, add the following to prefs.js):

user_pref(network.http.max-connections, 200);
user_pref(network.http.max-connections-per-server, 100);

Unfortunately, old versions of Mozilla were observed to by default feed
queries that time out into Google, thus destroying your anonymity - however, I
haven't seen this in Mozilla after version 1.0. Microsoft Internet Explorer
has a totally different anonymity-destroying bug (not respecting MIME types).

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Re: [freenet-dev] Re: [freenet-support] Using the web interface from machine other than localhost

2002-10-31 Thread Greg Wooledge
Matthew Toseland ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 The disadvantage is that it can't possibly work because TCP does not
 provide a way beyond the most crude imaginable to tell the other end to
 use a given bandwidth.

That's irrelevant.  My download speed is twice my upload speed, and I
consider that a fairly uncommon ratio.  Most cable modem users have
download speeds that are 5, 10 or more times their upload.

I control my outgoing bandwidth on OpenBSD 3.1 using ALTQ.  (The Linux
equivalent of this would be netfilter, I think.)

Here's the setup I'm using:

$ cat /etc/ppp/ppp.linkup
MYADDR:
 !bg /sbin/pfctl -N /etc/nat.conf -R /etc/pf.conf
 !bg /usr/local/sbin/ntpd -p /var/run/ntpd.pid /var/log/daemon 21
 !bg /usr/sbin/tbrconfig tun0 256k auto /var/log/daemon 21
 !bg /usr/sbin/altqd /var/log/daemon 21

$ cat /etc/altq.conf 
interface tun0 bandwidth 256k cbq

class cbq tun0 root_class NULL priority 0 pbandwidth 100
class cbq tun0 def_class root_class pbandwidth 95 default
class cbq tun0 gift_class def_class borrow pbandwidth 50
filter tun0 gift_class 0 0 0 1257 6
class cbq tun0 web_class def_class borrow pbandwidth 40
filter tun0 web_class 0 0 0 8080 6

Now, I'm CERTAINLY not a networking/firewall guru, so this may be a
suboptimal setup.  But it definitely seems to help over the default
queueing.  Here's my pitiful understanding of what it's doing:

First, tbrconfig sets up a throttle on the tun0 interface (which is
my PPPoE interface).  My upload is capped at 256 kbps, but the physical
ethernet interface can happily spit out 100 Mbps.  If the kernel doesn't
know any better, it will think tun0 can go 100 Mbps.  So I need to tell
the kernel to slow tun0 to 256k, or nothing else will have any effect.
(The ALTQ docs explain this better than I can.)

Then I tell altqd that tun0 has 256k of outgoing bandwidth, and to use
it as follows:

 * The default class is allowed to use 95% of outgoing bandwidth, period.

 * The gift_class, which is a child of default, can use 50% of outgoing
   bandwidth, but it can borrow from its siblings if they're not using
   their share.  gift_class is defined as TCP port 1257 (my giFT node).

 * The web_class, which is also a child of default, can use 40% of
   outgoing bandwidth, and can borrow from its siblings.  web_class is
   defined as TCP port 8080 (my second Apache instance, which has not
   been running lately because I'm trying to give Freenet some bandwidth).

You'll note that I don't define Freenet here.  That's because compared
to giFT and Apache, Freenet is friendly.  When I start that Apache
instance, people suck my Oggs and MP3s like there's no music stores
in the whole world.  Apache alone will slam my outgoing bandwidth
usage to 100% and keep it there forever.

The reason I reserve 5% of outgoing bandwidth is because ADSL is
half duplex.  If 100% of outgoing bandwidth is used, then I can't
download anything -- packets can't come in.  Also remember that any
TCP/IP connection requires two-way communications.  TCP needs to
send acknowledgement packets every so often to keep things running.

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Re: [freenet-support] It's installed...now what?

2002-10-30 Thread Greg Wooledge
Jeffrey Regier ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 I've installed Freenet on Linux, and am able to open the web interface 
 (http://localhost:/servlet/nodeinfo/). However, I can't connect to 
 the Freedom Engine (which is where file searching takes place, 
 right?). Additionally, I don't know what files of mine I'm sharing or if 
 other users are able to store their content on my computer. Help would 
 be very appreciated.

OK, at some point I need to sit down and rewrite HUGE sections of the
Wiki FAQ.  People are coming into Freenet with some preconceived notions
that are simply not in line with reality.

Freenet is NOT a peer-to-peer file sharing application.

Freenet does not work like Gnutella.

You do not search for files in Freenet.

You do not share whole directories full of files in Freenet.  You must
explicitly publish (insert) each file you wish to share.

In particular, you DO NOT tell Freenet to create its data store in an
existing directory full of files!  It will delete them.  (This will
be fixed soon.  Nobody anticipated that people would actually do this!)

When you do insert a file, it has a KEY which is generally not going
to be human-readable.  (Unless you use KSK keys, but those are not
secure.)

The only way to retrieve that file is to know its key.  Therefore the
person who inserts a file has to advertise its key somehow.

The Wiki FAQ is at http://freenet.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php?FAQ.
This is not on freenetproject.org.  This is not LINKED from
freenetproject.org.  None of the documentation on freenetproject.org is
up to date.  None of the information on freenetproject.org is useful
to new users.  The Wiki FAQ isn't fully accurate or up to date either,
but it's closer.

(I apologize if this seems condescending.  I'm writing it not only for
you but for all the other people who seem to be laboring under false
assumptions.)

==

Now, on to your specific issues:

If you can't connect to TFE, you should get an error message --
usually either Route Not Found or Data Not Found.  We also need
to know whether the error occurs immediately, or after a wait of
several seconds/minutes.

If your request is bombing with RNF immediately after clicking the link,
you have a bad build of Freenet -- update it.

If your request is failing consistently with RNF, but it takes a while
to do so, then your node's trying to contact other nodes but isn't
having much luck.  You might need to try someone else's seednodes.ref
file, or check your node configuration firewall settings.  Also visit
the Node Reference Status Page (web interface http://127.0.0.1:/ -
Node Status Interface - Node Reference Status).  If you don't have
a Node Status Interface link, then you're running Freenet 0.5 (not
0.5.0.x) and you should update.

If your request is failing consistently with DNF, then either the whole
Freenet network is unhealthy (which has been the case this week, with
all the new nodes coming online), or the key you're looking for simply
isn't available.  Try a higher HTL or try another key or try again later.

Also, whenever you make a support request, please give as much
detail as possible about your environment: the exact version of your
operating system, the exact version of your Java virtual machine, which
Freenet build you're running, etc.  In some cases it may also be helpful
to include parts of your freenet.ini (or freenet.conf) file, or your
freenet.log file.

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Re: [freenet-support] java errors on linux

2002-10-29 Thread Greg Wooledge
Rick ter Schele ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 So how *do* you get freenet 0.5 kick started on Linux?
 
 Both kaffe 1.0.5 and jre 1.1.8 give the same error:

Neither of those will work.

Kaffe version 1.0.7 will work, and Sun Java 1.3 or 1.4 will work.
IBM Java may work.  I wouldn't hold my breath for gcj.

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Re: [freenet-support] apple OS9

2002-10-29 Thread Greg Wooledge
Swerve ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 Does freenet support os9?  if not, will the new version?

Freenet requires a working Java virtual machine, equivalent to Sun's
Java VM version 1.2 or later.  (Actually, mostly 1.1 with just a few
1.2 classes -- Kaffe 1.0.7 is fine, for instance.)

If you can find a working JVM for OS 9 then Freenet should work.

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Re: [freenet-support] Using the web interface from machine other than localhost

2002-10-28 Thread Greg Wooledge
[EMAIL PROTECTED] ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 Pardon me if this is a stupid question, but I've been fighting Freenet for
 the last 45 minutes trying to figure out exactly how to get at the Freenet
 proxy from a different computer. The solutions in the FAQ and Questions 
 Answers on the web site aren't working for me.

That's because the freenetproject.org documentation is HORRIBLY out of
date.

 fproxy.bindAddress=*
 fproxy.allowedHosts=*

Those lines are no longer correct (and you should have seen warnings
about them in your freenet.log file).  The new syntax looks like this:

mainport.port=
mainport.bindAddress=*
mainport.allowedHosts=127.0.0.1,209.142.155.49,192.168.2.1,192.168.2.2,192.168.2.4,192.168.2.20
mainport.params.servlet.1.params.tempDir=/home/freenet/tmp/

For more details, please see
http://freenet.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php?FAQ.

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Re: [freenet-support] Problems with freenet

2002-10-28 Thread Greg Wooledge
Mike ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 actually, it comes to me as attachments. anf the attachments are 1 txt and 1
 DAT

That's how PGP signed e-mails look.  Your e-mail client is Outlook
Express -- it can't handle MIME properly.  (Or your MTA has been broken
beyond repair.)

 most likely because of your signed e-mails :P

Quite.

 this one came normal. :P

You mean abnormal.  Or castrated.

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Re: [freenet-support] new to freenet

2002-10-28 Thread Greg Wooledge
thomas dewell ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

  whats up? I'm new to freenet and I'd like to share
 some files. 

Run a permanent node on a nice big Internet pipe, and let it mingle
with other nodes.  While it's doing that, read Nubile, which is
linked from The Freedom Engine.  Nubile explains the basics of
publishing in Freenet.

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Re: [freenet-support] Using the web interface from machine other than localhost

2002-10-28 Thread Greg Wooledge
Matthew Toseland ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 BUT this will then count under the bandwidth limiter, i.e. be very very
 slow.

I don't use the bandwidth limiters. ;-)

 Do we want to count certain IP ranges as local and not limit them,
 or do we want to never limit mainport connections, or what? Which is the
 best solution?

My thought is that anything talking to mainport (or nodestatus)
should never be limited artificially.  This may break down in the
pathological case where people use allowedHosts=* (e.g. for a
public Freenet gateway).  But I think *most* people are only going
to allow LAN and loopback connections to mainport.

I'd urge people who are serious about bandwidth shaping to look into
their operating system's capabilities instead of relying on the
applications to do the right thing.  The OS is usually far more
reliable in this area.

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Re: [freenet-support] node stalls. please help.

2002-10-21 Thread Greg Wooledge
colbyd ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 environment data of the web interface--the data store size stays the same
 there,

It's the ceiling, the size up to which your data store is permitted
to grow before it has to cull old keys.

 but when I look at the store_ file,

It should be a directory, not a file.

 the size changes, so I suspect
 my nmode is running ok?

Your environment page should show three numbers, thus:

Total size of the data store8,000 MB
Free space in the data store5,475,300 KB
Used space in the data store2,716,700 KB

 also, the logfile doesn't show activity as it used
 to--that is, it seems to me that the older builds of .4 showed incoming
 requests, etc.?

The verbosity of the logging is configurable in your freenet.ini (or
freenet.conf, for Unix) file.

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Re: [freenet-support] Native datastore or non native ?

2002-10-20 Thread Greg Wooledge
blured75 ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 I've just looked in my freenet.ini file and saw
 storeType=freenet
 Does it mean it is native or not ? FI, I've got version 0.5pre4 upgraded to
 build519, downloading the latest freenet*.jar.

Matthew said, at some point in the last few days, that the current
snapshots will convert all data stores to native.  I don't know
exactly which build number (or CVS timestamp) introduced this change.

The easy way to tell: just look at it.  If you've got a single huge
file named store_N (where N is some number) then you have a
monolithic data store.  If store_N is a directory with 256
subdirectories inside it, then it's native.

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Re: [freenet-support] Can't access http://127.0.0.1:8888

2002-10-19 Thread Greg Wooledge
Pene ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 Matthew Toseland:
 Do you have a freenet.log file? 
 
 No, I have not any freenet.log files?  I thought that the Installation
 Program would have created one, that is why I did not do it myself.  Need I
 create a freenet.log file myself?  If there had been any such file, I should
 have added it in my query to be more precise about my troubles over here.

No, you should not create one manually.  The installation does not
create it; instead, the Freenet node creates it when you run the node.
It should be in your Freenet directory (which, for me, is
C:\Program Files\Freenet -- yours may be different).

 Is your datastore native or monolithic? pre5 will automatically upgrade a
 monolithic datastore, but it will take a while.
 
 I am sorry that I do not understand your questions.  I do apologise.  Can you
 please tell me what I have missed?

You should have a freenet.ini file, which is created during the
installation.  This will (probably) have a storeType line it like
this:

storeType=native

But of course yours will probably not say native.

 Although my node is permanent, this problem continues even to-day.  I
 uninstalled Mozilla 1.2 alpha and installed Mozilla 1.0.1.  But nothing.
 In the Microsoft Explorer 5.0 I get not even that famous warning about the
 inadequacy of this browser concerning anonymity.  It seems as though I had
 not installed anything.  The results in the Control Panel indicate that they
 have been installed.

I'm not a Windows expert by any means, but a couple things come to
mind:

1) Use the task manager (Ctrl-Alt-Del in Win98) to see what processes
   are running.  You should see either Freenet or Java there if it's
   running.

2) Use netstat -an from a command prompt to see what ports your OS
   is listening to.  You should see your Freenet node protocol port
   (which is unique to your node), and then the generic services like
   mainport () and possibly nodestatus (8889).

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Re: [freenet-support] Hello, I can't make this work!

2002-10-19 Thread Greg Wooledge
Pierre Lindberg ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 Oki, but I could read that there's no search-engine... How do I
 find files on this net?!

http://freenet.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php?FAQ

There are two basic ways to use Freenet today (that I know of).  The
first way, the way that I do it, is to surf Freenet like you used
to surf the WWW before Google.  You start at one site, and follow
links to another site, and so on.  The site you want to start with
is The Freedom Engine, which has links to dozens of other sites
(much like Yahoo!'s categorical index, but smaller).  TFE is linked
from the gateway page (http://127.0.0.1:/).

The second way is to use a separate Freenet application called Frost.
This runs as a standalone Java program that communicates with Freenet
and implements some sort of message board thing.  I don't use it
myself.

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Re: [freenet-support] Which Java?

2002-10-18 Thread Greg Wooledge
Roger Hayter ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 Is a different Java recommended for different parts of Freenet?
 
 Does it just depend which Java the programmer of the most recent patch 
 happened to use?

It largely depends on your platform.  On OpenBSD, for instance, the
only JVMs from which I can choose are Kaffe or a Linux JVM running
under Linux emulation.  The latter does *not* work, which means I
must use Kaffe.

On Linux, I'm using Sun's JVM and it seems to be tolerable.

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Re: [freenet-support] About NAT/Router modif

2002-10-18 Thread Greg Wooledge
Pierre Granier ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 I find how to modify my modem router. Can you specify me witch port
 exactly Y have to authorize forwarding?

   # Interface # tcp/48736

That one.

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Re: [freenet-support] Re: [freenet-dev] Divide by zero

2002-10-18 Thread Greg Wooledge
[EMAIL PROTECTED] ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 I took your suggestion to try other JVM's, looks like KAFFE is linux only so

Kaffe is certainly not linux only since I'm using it on OpenBSD.
Maybe you meant Unix only, since I have no idea (nor do I care)
whether it can run on Windows.

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Re: [freenet-support] HELP! Problems running freenet.

2002-10-14 Thread Greg Wooledge

Robert Carroll ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 I just made a fresh install using the windows installer today.  Freenet started, but 
I got the following errors:
 
 I/O error flushing routing table data - java.io.IOException: insufficient storage

This is a known problem in some slightly older jarfiles.  Update your
freenet.jar by doing this:

 1) Stop Freenet.
 2) Download freenet-latest.jar from http://freenetproject.org/snapshots/
into your Freenet directory (wherever freenet.jar is now).
 3) Rename freenet.jar to freenet-old.jar.
 4) Rename freenet-latest.jar to freenet.jar.
 5) Restart Freenet.

 Failed to load service: nodestatus - freenet.interfaces.ServiceException: No class 
given

This one's a known problem in the Windows installer.  Add this line to
your freenet.ini file:

nodestatus.class=freenet.client.http.NodeStatusServlet

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Re: RE : [freenet-support] freenet.interfaces.ServiceException: No class given

2002-10-12 Thread Greg Wooledge

[EMAIL PROTECTED] ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 I think the best way to get a responce here is to reply to someone else and
 say something that might be wrong.

Such as

 With nodestatus and it's devine union with fproxy into its glorious child
 mainport i dont think it matters and you dont have to start nodestatus as a
 service.

It's nodeinfo that was merged, not nodestatus.

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Re: [freenet-support] submit a new site dsb pb frost pb

2002-10-11 Thread Greg Wooledge

blured75 ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 1) I submit a new site on TFE yesterday
 http://localhost:/SSK@vYvjrSh7YODcwXYoKd40fi-vEesPAgM/innek// but it
 doesn't appears at all in the page.

The person who does TFE said (s)he will be out of town for a week or
so.  You'll have to wait until that person comes back.

Until then, make sure your site shows up on Raw Freedom, assuming that
Raw Freedom publishes a working edition.  (RF's activelink has been
broken for me the last couple days.)

Another way you can check up on it would be to try to retrieve your
KSK submission key (KSK@tfesubmitsite-138 or whatever number you used)
from a different node than the one you used to insert it.  This will
confirm that it actually made it into Freenet.

 3) The french page of freenetproject.org is not updated correctly (I mean
 there isn't the pre2 to download that can explain why a lot of people are
 still on pre1)

If your node is working, then you can update the .jar file yourself.
Do this:

 1) Stop Freenet.
 2) Download freenet-latest.jar from http://freenetproject.org/snapshots/
and put it in your Freenet directory (wherever your freenet.jar file
is now, usually C:\Program Files\Freenet\ or something similar).
 3) Go to your Freenet directory and rename freenet.jar to freenet-old.jar
and then rename freenet-latest.jar to freenet.jar .
 4) Restart Freenet.

I can't answer your other questions.

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Re: [freenet-support] More bugathon stuff reg FreeBSD on build 513

2002-10-08 Thread Greg Wooledge

Rob ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 Kaffe is as close as I am getting to a working Freenet on FreeBSD.  I
 still haven't  brought up a freesite, gpl.txt, or any content with it.

I may have mentioned this to you before, but anyway

I'm running Freenet on OpenBSD 3.1 i386 using a very slightly
modified Kaffe 1.0.7.  (The modification was to remove an assertion
that was causing Kaffe to crash a few months ago.)  It's working
fairly well for me; certainly much better than the Sun Linux 1.3.x
JVM ever did in emulation mode.

I'd recommend using the native data store, not the monolithic, because
the Data Store Bug just *LOOOVES* those Kaffe/BSD data stores and eats
them up very quickly.

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Re: [freenet-support] Newcomer to freenet

2002-10-07 Thread Greg Wooledge

Simon Wade ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 The publicly 
 available seed nodes have been very busy lately. If possible try to get 
 a friend to give you a reference to their node instead.
 
 Do you have any suggestions as to what I should do?

You should get a friend to give you a reference to their node. ;-)

Failing that, you could search Google (etc.) for seednodes.ref and
see how many people's seed nodes you can find.  Pick one and overwrite
your seednodes.ref file with the new one.  Then restart your node.

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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet

2002-10-07 Thread Greg Wooledge

Leia ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 Also whenever I try to open one of
 the default bookmarks, I get an error message saying the routing was present.

Please give the precise error messages whenever possible.  I'm betting,
though, that you got a Route Not Found error.

 I am not a geek and cannot find anything on the webpage that helps with
 specific installation issues. I cannot contact the support pages as I get a
 connection failed message.

This is the support mailing list.  Mostly it's just Freenet users
helping each other.

If you got a RNF error, then you probably need better seed nodes.
Search Google for seednodes.ref and try to find one that's relatively
recent.  Overwrite your own seednodes.ref file with the new one, then
restart your node and try again.

Since you're running Windows, you should also beware, because there
are still some bugs to work out in the Windows installer.  Your
freenet.ini file could have some old non-functional config lines in
it, which you may need to comment out or change.

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Re: [freenet-support] PANIC! Just recreated heisenbug!

2002-10-07 Thread Greg Wooledge

Chris Dennis ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 I'm running the 30 September snapshot in non-native mode.

Your node is a week old, and a LOT has been done in that week (e.g.,
Freenet 0.5-pre1 or whatever they're calling it).

Also your PC's clock is 5 days behind.

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Re: [freenet-support] pb on inserting big file on freenet

2002-10-06 Thread Greg Wooledge

[EMAIL PROTECTED] ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 What you can do, which is what I've been atempting not sucessfully for months
 but the new datastore should help once all the other problems are fixed, is
 insert your large file seperately from your site and just reference them with
 URI on the site.

 ie instead of inserting big file with the site [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 a href=[EMAIL PROTECTED]blahblah do this instead
 a href=[EMAIL PROTECTED]blahblah

Anyone using KSK@ keys for important data needs to *seriously*
rethink their strategy.

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Re: [freenet-support] [NEWBEE] TempDir needs to be SET !

2002-10-06 Thread Greg Wooledge

tom ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 port  is depreciated all services are listening on
 mainport 8890 now.

Um... no.  The default port number for mainport is .  The nodeinfo
service no longer exists; nodeinfo used to be port 8890 by default.
The fproxy service no longer exists as such, either; it used to be port
 by default.  Fproxy and nodeinfo have been merged into mainport.

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Re: [freenet-support] image found on ksk keys are insecure on freenet network

2002-10-05 Thread Greg Wooledge

blured75 ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 Are the images admit on this ML or not ? Because i'd like to send the one
 found on freenet network concerning ksk keys which are insecure which I told
 about during another email.

I think most of us have already seen it. :)

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Re: [freenet-support] website which indexes the website-freenet keys ...

2002-10-05 Thread Greg Wooledge

blured75 ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 1) Is there any website on standard http which indicates website-freenet
 keys ? I manage to go to freenet-forum (freenet adress) but that's all.
 Didn't manage to get another site or address working ...

Point your browser to http://127.0.0.1:/ and at the bottom of the
first page you'll see three links: Da GJ, The Freedom Engine and Freenet
Forever.  Try those.

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Re: [freenet-support] LogFile concerning the installation of freenet

2002-10-05 Thread Greg Wooledge

blured75 ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 2) the stuff which I cannot understand are :
 
 There was an error determining this node's physical address(es).
 Please make sure ipAddress and listenPort are correctly set.
 Note that you may put a host name in the ipAddress field if you
 have a dynamic IP and are using a dynamic DNS service.
 5 oct. 02 17:25:59 (freenet.node.Main, main): Unexpected Exception:
 freenet.BadAddressException

Check your freenet.ini file.  You need to fill in your IP address
(if you have a static IP) or a hostname that resolves to your node
(if you belong to a dynamic DNS service).

If you have no consistent way for people on the Internet to reach
you, either by static IP or by dyn-DNS, then you can't run a permanent
node.

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Re: [freenet-support] sending keepalive-packets through connections

2002-10-05 Thread Greg Wooledge

Ephrim Khong ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 SocksCapTM automatically enables Windows-based TCP and UDP networking
 client applications to traverse a SOCKS firewall. SocksCap intercepts the
 networking calls from WinSock applications and redirects them through the
 SOCKS server without modification to the orginal applications or to the
 operating system software or drivers.

I see.  How very interesting -- it seems to be basically NAT-over-SOCKS
(but, of course, Windows-only).

Well, in this case, you are definitely behind a firewall of the type
that will prevent Freenet from working correctly.  As I mentioned
previously, you may achieve some small degree of success when the key
you are looking for is already on the node that you contact, but
for anything else, you will have trouble.

I don't know what effect this will have on insertions, should you ever
attempt any.  I would imagine that it will be problematic.

  So, sometimes when freenet is ideling for some minutes (searching for a
 certain key or whatever), the connections to other nodes are closed. So
 my question: Is there a way to send small ping packages through all
 opened connections where no data was send for x minutes?

You need to take this up with the developers.

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Re: [freenet-support] sending keepalive-packets through connections

2002-10-04 Thread Greg Wooledge

Ephrim Khong ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 I am trying to use freenet behind a Firewall, using a SOCKS5 Proxy
 server.

How, exactly?  Freenet requires the ability to receive incoming
connections on at least one TCP port.  If you have a way to achieve
that using SOCKS5 we'd love to hear about it, and add it to the FAQ.

 It works, but the Proxy is closing any ideling TCP-Connection, if
 there was no data send through it for some time.



Is this a transient node or something?  How can your node be that idle?
Most of us who run nodes get slammed pretty consistently by traffic,
although there are a few exceptional cases where nodes get very light
traffic (and nobody knows why).

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Re: [freenet-support] sending keepalive-packets through connections

2002-10-04 Thread Greg Wooledge

Ephrim Khong ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

  Are you sure that it's technically required to be able to accept
 incoming connections?

For full details, you should review the list archives for the
development list ([EMAIL PROTECTED]).

What it comes down to (as far as I understand it) is this:

 1) Your node wants to find a key.
 2) Your node looks through its list of other nodes and chooses one to
ask for this key.  It makes a TCP connection.
 3) If the other node has the key, great.  You get it.  You win.
 4) But if the other node doesn't have it, it will have to go looking
for it, which could take a long time.  It will disconnect from you
if it doesn't find it within some time frame.
 5) If the other node finds the key, it will try to connect to you and
give it to you.
 6) If the other node doesn't find the key, it will try to connect to
you and give you the disappointing news.

If any developers are reading this, and I screwed up, please correct
me.  Preferably using simple English and small words, because we're
a bit dumb over here on the support@ list. ;-)

  I had some some 15 connections after browsing through some sites, when
 suddenly one connection after the other closed down until none was left.
 My traffic monitor didn't indicate any traffic, and I (think I) know that
 the SOCKS proxy closes connections that were idle for some time.

Then your proxy might be exacerbating the problems that NAT are
causing.  In any case, it looks like using Freenet will be a pretty
miserable experience for you with the current codebase.

But I still don't understand how you are actually *using* SOCKS5 in the
context of Freenet.  Are you sure you aren't simply using NAT?  (E.g.,
if you turn off the NAT and leave only the SOCKS5 proxy, does Freenet
work at all for keys that aren't already in your data store?)

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Re: [freenet-support] pb connecting gpl.txt on freenet few questions

2002-10-04 Thread Greg Wooledge

blured blured ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 a nude female and a text explaining ssk is not secure  is it a fake ?

SSK?  Really?  Not KSK?  If so, you've found a gpl.txt variant I haven't
seen yet.

But I suspect it's more likely you misunderstood the content of the text,
which was trying to tell you why [EMAIL PROTECTED] is not a secure key.

 Hops To Live: 15
 Error: Data not found

Patience.

 3) if Install freenet is my node publicaly available ? Do I need special 
 configuration to make that works or is it made by default ?

If you said yes when you were asked about being a transient node,
then your node is transient and won't serve data to other nodes.
If you said no (or took the default) then you have a real node.
(Assuming of course that you are not firewalled.  If you are, then
that mostly explains your problems.)

And since you got a DNF, it means you're actually talking to other
nodes.  Keep trying, or get some seed node references from someone
whose node is having better luck than yours.

 freenet:SSK@WeOtwjh~dJSRKJhKDKtCvSXHjP0PAgM/prout//

I can't see it yet, but keep trying.  Be sure to insert your URL into
TFE's submission thing, because that's the best way to advertise your
site to the major Freenet sites (TFE, Raw Freedom, Cruft, etc.).  It
could take a few days before people start to get your site, especially
if your node is badly connected (lots of DNF and RNF).

Again, patience.  And good luck.

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Re: [freenet-support] Build 510 and earlier dump java core on FreeBSD

2002-10-03 Thread Greg Wooledge

Rob ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 The closest I
 have come to a working Freenet node on FreeBSD has been with Kaffe. 

This is the same experience that all of us *BSD users have reported
when attempting to use Freenet.  People have had varying degrees of
success or failure with Kaffe, but Linux Sun JVMs running under
emulation are worse.

 Unfortunately, from the fproxy interface, no keys can be fetched.

Why not?  What errors are you getting?  Have you updated your .conf
file for the fproxy-mainport switch?

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Re: [freenet-support] some problems with Freenet installation

2002-09-29 Thread Greg Wooledge

fabrice ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 [fab@localhost freenet]$ sh start-freenet.sh
 usage: kaffe [-options] class

Bah.  Crappy shell scripts. :(  I keep telling people not to use them,
but I suppose that since they're on the official site, people are going
to expect them to work

Here's a slightly simplified/edited version of my setup.

===
bash-2.05$ id
uid=1007(freenet) gid=1007(freenet) groups=1007(freenet)

bash-2.05$ ls -l *.jar
-rw-r--r--  1 freenet  freenet88939 Feb 26  2002 freenet-ext.jar
-rw-r--r--  1 freenet  50   1388554 Sep 27 18:53 freenet-20020927-2.jar
lrwxr-xr-x  1 freenet  5022 Sep 27 18:53 freenet.jar - 
freenet-20020927-2.jar
[[ Lots of other freenet-2002*.jar files snipped. ]]

bash-2.05$ cat .bash_profile
CLASSPATH=$HOME/freenet.jar:$HOME/freenet-ext.jar
export CLASSPATH

bash-2.05$ cat run
#!/bin/sh

while true; do
pids=`ps xw | grep -v grep | grep -q java | awk '{print $1}'`
[ -z $pids ]  break
kill `echo $pids`
sleep 2
done

nohup java -mx 224M freenet.node.Main 
===

I run the node logging in as freenet and running ./run.

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Re: [freenet-support] some problems with Freenet installation

2002-09-28 Thread Greg Wooledge

fabrice ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 [fab@localhost freenet]$ java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: 
 freenet/support/Heap$Element.compareTo(Ljava/lang/Object;)I

This indicates that your CLASSPATH is not set to include the freenet.jar
file.

Personally, I don't trust any of the *.sh scripts in Freenet.  They
generally aren't kept up to date.  Here's how I do it (cutting and
pasting from a previous message I sent to this very same mailing list,
which obviously nobody would bother to search for in the archives):

1. Install java.
2. Install the Freenet jar files (freenet.jar and freenet-ext.jar).
3. Get seed node references from somewhere and put them in seednodes.ref. 
4. Set CLASSPATH to include both of the jar files.
5. Run java freenet.node.Main --config and answer the questions.  This
   creates freenet.conf in the current directory.
6. Edit freenet.conf by hand to fill in all the stuff that the --config
   skipped over.
7. Run nohup java freenet.node.Main  to start the Freenet node.
8. Wait for it to finish creating the data store, etc.
9. Point your browser at http://localhost:/ (gateway) and/or
   http://localhost:8889/ (administrative reports).

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[freenet-support] Configuration file changes

2002-09-24 Thread Greg Wooledge

I'm sorry to butt into the fascinating meta-discussion you've been
having about mailing list etiquette[0], but for those of us who are
actually trying to use Freenet, I have something important to say.

Recently, the CVS version of Freenet has made major changes which
will require many of us to rewrite parts of our configuration files
(freenet.conf and/or freenet.ini).  If you've updated recently and
found that you can't connect to your fproxy port, here's why.

The fproxy and nodeinfo services no longer exist.  They have both
been merged into, and replaced by, a service called mainport.  You'll
need to go into your freenet.conf (or freenet.ini) file and remove
all of the fproxy.* and nodeinfo.* lines (or at least comment them
out) and replace them with appropriate mainport.* lines.  For example:

  mainport.port=
  mainport.bindAddress=*
  mainport.allowedHosts=127.0.0.1,192.168.1.1,192.168.1.2

Once again: if you've been accessing your node's fproxy port from
across a LAN, it *WILL STOP WORKING* when you update to a sufficiently
recent node snapshot, unless you *CHANGE* your configuration file.

(Apparently the developers felt they had to change the service name
in order to guarantee the least possible amount of backward compatibility.)

Also, if your web browser has cached the old http://NODEADDRESS:/
page which was a redirect to http://NODEADDRESS:8890/ then you may have
to clear your browser's cache (or restart it) to make it stop trying to
follow a redirect that no longer works.

I have also updated the FAQ, at
http://freenet.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php?FAQ.

You may now return to your regularly scheduled support channel discussions.

[0] See sarcasm.

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Re: [freenet-support] My node is getting hammered too, I'm shutting it down

2002-09-22 Thread Greg Wooledge

Roderik Muit ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 I am seeing the same results, running build 504. The node is totally
 overloaded. My computer is totally overloaded - even when running it
 'nice 19', load is constantly at 20 and it happens too often that
 performance is so slow I can't even normally type text in an application
 I'm using. (Load rises to 50 sometimes, when freenet is not the only
 thing doing something.)

Let me guess... Linux kernel, probably 2.2.x.  I had the same problem
when I ran Freenet on a Celeron 400 with Linux 2.2.x and a slow hard
disk.  (That's one of the reasons I moved to OpenBSD for my node;
little did I know that the DSB *loves* tasty OpenBSD Kaffe nodes)

Anyway, the only reasonable workaround for you is going to be reducing
the number of threads you let Freenet use.  Stop your node, edit the
freenet.conf file and look for the maximumThreads setting; I believe
it defaults to 120.  Lower that to some smaller value (and don't forget
to remove the '%'!) and then restart it and see how it goes.

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Re: TR : [freenet-support] Hard failure registering encoder: OnionFECEncoder. UPDATE freenet-ext.jar!

2002-09-22 Thread Greg Wooledge

Pierre Granier ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 Network Error
 
 Couldn't retrieve key: SSK@qe3ZRjg1Nv1XErADrz7ZYjhDidUPAgM/nubile
 Hops To Live: 15
 
 Change Hops To Live

One of the Freenet developers told me that there was a problem when
I reported a message similar to this (but I was testing something
nonstandard); then I saw your message to support@ and reported that
as well.  His actual words:

toad_ there was a bug that might have killed bootstrapping for a few days on 
   normal datastore

So it sounds like you should update your node (or downgrade to a version
that's known to be OK) and then try again.  Good luck.

(Also follow Ed's advice.)

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Re: [freenet-support] HELP!!

2002-09-22 Thread Greg Wooledge

[EMAIL PROTECTED] ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

I have no clue what to do! I have freenet installed as well as the 
 java thingy and i dont know how to download anything i get to a screen that 
 says request freesite by URI and i put something there and all i get is a 
 network error!

At the bottom of that page there are 3 links: Da GJ, The Freedom
Engine and Freenet Forever.  Click those (especially the second
one).

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Re: RE : TR : [freenet-support] Hard failure registering encoder: OnionFECEncoder. UPDATE freenet-ext.jar!

2002-09-22 Thread Greg Wooledge

Pierre Granier ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 I try one to one htl from 15 to 30 with the good address but with no
 success.

The same error?  Or did it add Route Not Found to the message?  Did
you ever get Data Not Found?

 How or where may I find lower window install module for downgrade or
 upper for upgrade?

http://freenetprojects.org/snapshots/

Stop node, download freenet-latest.jar, overwrite your freenet.jar with
it (renaming it), then restart.

Also make sure you have a good seednodes.ref file.

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Re: RE : TR : [freenet-support] Hard failure registering encoder: OnionFECEncoder. UPDATE freenet-ext.jar!

2002-09-22 Thread Greg Wooledge

Greg Wooledge ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 http://freenetprojects.org/snapshots/

Damn, that's not the first time I've done that.

http://freenetproject.org/snapshots/

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Re: [freenet-support] Im an idiot

2002-09-21 Thread Greg Wooledge

Skitso Freak ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 I am new to frenet and know nothing
 I DL freenet and got it working(it has not errors and is running)
 and I DL frost.  I have yet to figure out how to view any freesites or dl 
 any files using frost.

Point your web browser (any browser except IE) to http://127.0.0.1:/
and you should get the Freenet gateway page.  At or near the bottom of
the gateway page, there are 3 links: Da GJ, The Freedom Engine and
Freenet Forever.  Click on those and be patient.

I can't help with Frost.

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Re: [freenet-support] wget with freenet / Security Bug / memory usage

2002-09-12 Thread Greg Wooledge

Thomas Goebel ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

 How can i tune the memory usage of the java VM. I can see that the VM
 can use
 128MB in http://localhost:8890/internal/env. But how can i change this
 value?

Pass command-line parameters to the Java VM when you start the node.
E.g., with Kaffe, I use nohup java -mx 256M freenet.node.Main  to
start my node.  You'll have to check the docs for your JVM to see what
the right parameters are.

 Did anybody know anything about the security BUG i found two weeks ago?
 (tempfiles in /tmp/t**)

I mentioned it on the devl list, but nothing seems to have been done
about it AFAIK.  They're still happening on my system with a pretty
recent snapshot.

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