[freenet-support] support request

2006-01-13 Thread Martin Scheffler
Am Samstag, 7. Januar 2006 19:56 schrieb danilo salieri: > Dear Freenet supporters, > after a crash my Freenet (on Win XP SP2) doesn't start anymore but > keeps telling 'Freenet is starting...please wait'. I tried reinstalling > it (saving the datastore) and reseeding but nothing happens, it seems

Re: [freenet-support] support request

2006-01-12 Thread Martin Scheffler
Am Samstag, 7. Januar 2006 19:56 schrieb danilo salieri: Dear Freenet supporters, after a crash my Freenet (on Win XP SP2) doesn't start anymore but keeps telling 'Freenet is starting...please wait'. I tried reinstalling it (saving the datastore) and reseeding but nothing happens, it seems I

Re: [freenet-support] Virtual Memory Minimum Too Low

2005-03-10 Thread Martin Scheffler
Unfortunately, because of the absurd way in which the Windows VMM allocates memory, the more physical RAM you have, the more swap you must add. (About 1.5x physical RAM is a typical value for the minimum pagefile size.) Having less swap than physical memory is very bad because Windows

Re: [freenet-support] new ip (was can't listen on local interfaces..)

2005-02-07 Thread Martin Scheffler
If everything else is the same, a change in IP address shouldn't matter. That's what ARKs are for. ARKs are not being used anymore - they were of no use :-) good byte pgpjj0PvusxyK.pgp Description: PGP signature ___ Support mailing list

Re: [freenet-support] How does the noderef work?

2004-08-14 Thread Martin Scheffler
Am Saturday, 14. August 2004 12:42 schrieb Garb: ... I am running Freenet with do announce, which I figure has the purpose of telling the world that I exist and would like to be added to other peoples list of nodes. At the same time I assume that I am building up my own internal list of good

Re: [freenet-support] Startup times

2004-08-10 Thread Martin Scheffler
Am Sonntag, 8. August 2004 13:48 schrieb Anonymous: ... yes, disk is in full thrash.. cpu maxed. other processes grinding to a halt. ... 64mb (best this mb will do) ... Sorry to say that, but just forget this for now. My node is P1/200 with 128MB of RAM (Gentoo Linux) and i had to choke it

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2004-08-10 Thread Martin Scheffler
Am Dienstag, 10. August 2004 21:41 schrieb Steve: Can it hurt the network if I make my datastore too big? short answer: No! long answer: The store fills up when your node serves requests from others and you (the user). If a requested key is already in the store, your node just sends this and

[freenet-support] oops

2004-08-10 Thread Martin Scheffler
sorry, messed up the last mail a bit, but the text is valid! good byte pgpkft2zi46m6.pgp Description: signature ___ Support mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://news.gmane.org/gmane.network.freenet.support Unsubscribe at

Re: [freenet-support] access freenet

2004-08-10 Thread Martin Scheffler
Am Dienstag, 10. August 2004 20:23 schrieb Ralph Towner: Can you please help me. For years I've never had problems to connect to freenet, but since some days ago I can't anymore. What could be the problem? I include my logfile. Thanks! The seednodes.ref file is quite big nowadays. that is

Re: [freenet-support] datastore size

2004-08-10 Thread Martin Scheffler
Am Mittwoch, 11. August 2004 00:55 schrieb Michael Kuijn: On Tuesday 10 August 2004 21:41, Steve wrote: Can it hurt the network if I make my datastore too big? Not really, but enlarging your datastore all the time will prevent specialisation. This isn't real bad, but specialisation improves

Re: [freenet-support] datastore size

2004-08-10 Thread Martin Scheffler
Am Mittwoch, 11. August 2004 01:06 schrieb Derek Ferguson: Hmmm. Am I wrong to think there probably is an optimal store size for each node? Sorry, yes. My thinking is that as the store grows, the node draws more requests, which at some point will exceed the node's ability to service them all

Re: [freenet-support] on-the-fly storesize change

2004-08-04 Thread Martin Scheffler
Am Mittwoch, 4. August 2004 13:45 schrieb [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hi, i changed the storesize in freenet.ini while running Freenet. When Freenet checked the file at the next time, it generated the following error message: 04.08.2004 13:36:02 (freenet.node.NodeConfigUpdater, YThread-59, ERROR):

Re: [freenet-support] anonymity(NOT)

2004-08-04 Thread Martin Scheffler
Kendy Kutzner wrote: On 2004-08-04T14:50:52+0200, Zenon Panoussis wrote: Traffic analysis might help me figure who made a request and who served it, but I still have to break encryption before I can figure which file that request concerned. That is not entirely true. The files are

Re: [freenet-support] Re: on-the-fly storesize change

2004-08-04 Thread Martin Scheffler
Am Mittwoch, 4. August 2004 19:13 schrieb Manfred Huber: Yes, but that is not fatal to the running node. It just means you have to stop and restart your node make this change. So what's the place to report non-fatal bugs and observations? This is not really a bug, it's just not implemented to

Re: [freenet-support] Must Freenet load on login?

2004-08-03 Thread Martin Scheffler
Am Sonntag, 1. August 2004 07:58 schrieb Nick Tarleton: I run Freenet stable on Windows XP. Whenever I log in, the Freenet systray application loads and starts Freenet. This is annoying, to say the least, because I'm not connected to the Internet most of the time. I can't find what is telling

Re: [freenet-support] Freenet not starting on Mandrake 10 + J2SE 1.4.2_05

2004-08-03 Thread Martin Scheffler
Am Mittwoch, 4. August 2004 02:01 schrieb Scott Call: I get the following when I run start-freenet under mandrake 10 (log level debug): ... Please, leave LogLevel at Normal or Minor. LogLevel=debug will rather make your node inoperatable, because of the vast amount of messages it spits out.

Re: [freenet-support] starting probs

2004-07-13 Thread Martin Scheffler
Am Sonntag, 11. Juli 2004 15:50 schrieb rensinghoff: Thank you soo much for your help.. I LOVE OPEN SOURCE PEOPLE !!! another free hint: you posted your user-id along with your password. you should now change the password as soon as possible :-) good byte pgpdmkaNh1pAY.pgp Description:

Re: [freenet-support] Access the web interface from remote machines.

2004-06-08 Thread Martin Scheffler
On Wednesday 09 June 2004 01:26, Weiliang Zhang wrote: Hi there, I'm trying to access running on a remote machine through the web interface, so I modified the following line in the freenet.conf on the remote machine: fcpHosts=127.0.0.1,ip_address_of_my_machine Is that all I need to do? It

Re: [freenet-support] Access the web interface from remote machines.

2004-06-08 Thread Martin Scheffler
I'm trying to access running on a remote machine through the web interface, so I modified the following line in the freenet.conf on the remote machine: fcpHosts=127.0.0.1,ip_address_of_my_machine Is that all I need to do? It didn't work for me... : That line is only for FCP (port 8481

Re: [freenet-support] alert

2004-06-06 Thread Martin Scheffler
On Sunday 06 June 2004 18:51, Robert Greenage wrote: I received the following Alert while I was in the process of d/l one image that was part of a larger file. I was connected to freenet at the time. Any thoughts? The connection was refused when attempting to contact 127.0.0.1: This

Re: [freenet-support] Re: Limiting outgoing connections to a certain port range...

2004-05-04 Thread Martin Scheffler
I checked on that before posting to the list, and the module is only valid in the OUTPUT chain. Since Freenet sends data both ways it's not much use for this. I use this -m owner match, it works well and is sufficient. There is no point in limiting the input rate (well, at least in most