Re: [freenet-support] network usage on start

2004-03-27 Thread Michal Charemza
Hi, I'm a bit of a newbie, so I'm not 100% sure that my answer is right, but I think I can help: I know. Perhaps I should clarify: it begins to download as soon as I run start-freenet.sh, As soon as you start freenet your node (i.e. your computer) doesn't just 'connect' to the freenet

[freenet-support] seednodes.ref abnormally large?

2004-03-21 Thread Michal Charemza
Hi, My seednodes.ref is nearly 1mb in size, with (I worked out) 905 entries in it. I've downloaded a couple from freenet, and they're both a lot smaller, with about 50 entries. The one from Reskill has 49 entries. Is the size of my seednodes.ref normal? I'm using build 5076. Thanks, Michal.

Re: [freenet-support] seednodes.ref abnormally large?

2004-03-21 Thread Michal Charemza
Ok... seing that the seednodes.ref on the snapshot site is 2.5 mb, maybe my 1 mb isn't that big. ___ Support mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://news.gmane.org/gmane.network.freenet.support Unsubscribe at

Re: [freenet-support] seednodes.ref abnormally large?

2004-03-21 Thread Michal Charemza
S wrote: 1MB doesn't sound unusual. 905 distinct nodes in 1MB's worth of space does sound unusual. What's the date on your seednodes.ref? 12th October 2003... that does seem a bit old. Maybe it's using the classic routing scheme, with no estimators. Looking at

Re: [freenet-support] doctype and other html tags through fproxy

2004-03-16 Thread Michal Charemza
Paul Derbyshire wrote: What about inline images? If tested this on a test freesite, and the scr for an inline image on the WWW gets changed to /__CHECKED_HTTP__www.urlofimage.com/directory/image.gif On 15 Mar 2004 at 14:10, Mika Hirvonen wrote: Yes, because you could harvest the visitors' IP