[freenet-support] Freenet 0.7 build 1152

2008-06-11 Thread Jano
Florent Daigni?re wrote: > Freenet 0.7 build 1152 is now available; It has some new features but > is mostly about bugfixes. It will be mandatory on the 15th. > > If you are still using a 1.4 JVM it is time to consider upgrading; it > might be the last 1.4-compatible build we produce. > > On a

Re: [freenet-support] Freenet 0.7 build 1152

2008-06-11 Thread Jano
Florent Daignière wrote: Freenet 0.7 build 1152 is now available; It has some new features but is mostly about bugfixes. It will be mandatory on the 15th. If you are still using a 1.4 JVM it is time to consider upgrading; it might be the last 1.4-compatible build we produce. On a side

[freenet-support] Unbundling Frost

2008-03-02 Thread Jano
Matthew Toseland wrote: > Ian has stated that Frost is a separate project, and we should not wait > for a usable FMS. (Background: Frost has been severely DoS'ed recently due > to being based on KSK queues, and FMS is the answer). Right now we are not > actually being DoS'ed, but yesterday we

Re: [freenet-support] Unbundling Frost

2008-03-02 Thread Jano
Matthew Toseland wrote: Ian has stated that Frost is a separate project, and we should not wait for a usable FMS. (Background: Frost has been severely DoS'ed recently due to being based on KSK queues, and FMS is the answer). Right now we are not actually being DoS'ed, but yesterday we were;

[freenet-support] Re: Node not starting

2006-08-01 Thread Jano
ays got the "freenet-ext too old" warning (version reported was 0) even when using the latest one. This is also now working properly. > > On Thu, Jul 27, 2006 at 02:05:30AM +0200, Jano wrote: >> Ok, after many weeks of no problems, after some update (I don't know what >&g

[freenet-support] Re: Node not starting

2006-07-31 Thread Jano
got the freenet-ext too old warning (version reported was 0) even when using the latest one. This is also now working properly. On Thu, Jul 27, 2006 at 02:05:30AM +0200, Jano wrote: Ok, after many weeks of no problems, after some update (I don't know what one, I have a cron job doing

[freenet-support] Node not starting

2006-07-27 Thread Jano
Ok, after many weeks of no problems, after some update (I don't know what one, I have a cron job doing this), everytime I launch the node it dies almost instantly, and the wrapper.log contains this: STATUS | wrapper | 2006/07/27 02:04:53 | --> Wrapper Started as Daemon STATUS | wrapper |

[freenet-support] Node not starting

2006-07-26 Thread Jano
Ok, after many weeks of no problems, after some update (I don't know what one, I have a cron job doing this), everytime I launch the node it dies almost instantly, and the wrapper.log contains this: STATUS | wrapper | 2006/07/27 02:04:53 | -- Wrapper Started as Daemon STATUS | wrapper |

[freenet-support] Re: FIX: Freenet thrashing the disk

2004-08-05 Thread Jano
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: woah, that's weird. afaicr, default==192 I thought it was 128... Since 5088 my Windows XP has been thrashing the disk like nothing I'd ever seen before. Memory load was high (440 Mb virtual on a 192 MB physical machine) but not extremely unusual. According to Task

[freenet-support] Re: Stable build 5087

2004-07-28 Thread Jano
Klaus Brüssel wrote: Am Dienstag, 27. Juli 2004 23:26 schrieb Toad: Stable build 5087 is now available. The snapshots have been updated. Please upgrade. You can do this on Windows by using the update option on Well...upgraded with update.sh on my linux box anf then: Same here, just after upgrade,

[freenet-support] Re: new stable(part 2)

2004-07-27 Thread Jano
Newsbyte wrote: And that is really crappy: my statusbar is around 1-2% and stays there, no activelinks show up at all, etc. I'm too noticing lower activity. Bandwidth consumption is for sure lower, and the activelink were too irretrievable (until, casually, my last try. Maybe the critical

[freenet-support] Re: Help required - nothing happening

2004-07-05 Thread Jano
Phil wrote: Sorry, hold on! I finally found the full set up instructions under the Frost guide. Unfortunately the newbie windows guide gave me (and no doubt many who 'no speak geek') the impression all I had to do was download freenet.exe, Firefox with a few settings changes the reference

[freenet-support] Re: Secure NIMs?

2004-07-02 Thread Jano
Someone wrote: Jano schrieb: Freemail is an idea I like a lot but at least my windows experience has been... lacking. The alpha 20 has been there for ages... is it still under development? Is someone using it on stable? I tried to use it on stable, but it doesn't work that good. Almost all

[freenet-support] Re: Secure NIMs?

2004-07-01 Thread Jano
Toad wrote: On Wed, Jun 30, 2004 at 02:41:17PM +0200, Jano wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You mean, like Freemail? http://www.freenet.org.nz/freemail/ Freemail is an idea I like a lot but at least my windows experience has been... lacking. The alpha 20 has been there for ages... is it still

[freenet-support] Secure NIMs?

2004-06-30 Thread Jano
Few days ago I noticed that everyone can read the NIMs for a particular freesite. This may be obvious but I hadn't used NIMs before and hadn't stopped to think about it. So, my question is: is there a procedure to send an anonymous message which could be read only by the freesite owner?

[freenet-support] Re: Secure NIMs?

2004-06-30 Thread Jano
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You mean, like Freemail? http://www.freenet.org.nz/freemail/ Freemail is an idea I like a lot but at least my windows experience has been... lacking. The alpha 20 has been there for ages... is it still under development? Is someone using it on stable? Thanks for the

[freenet-support] RNFs

2004-06-24 Thread Jano
Latest stable, windows 2000, java 1.4.2: After a restart and seeing that I have these peers: Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit) 13 (12/1/200) Transfers active (Transmitting/Receiving) 1 (0/1) Data waiting to be transferred None Total amount of data