[freenet-support] Must Freenet load on login?

2004-08-03 Thread 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 Windows to load it. Is there any way to make the systray
application *not* load on login?

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[freenet-support] Re: node file renaming ?

2004-08-03 Thread Nick Tarleton
Klaus BrĂ¼ssel wrote:

 What does the message 'CANNOT RENAME NODE FILE node-temp TO node' suggest
 ? stable build 5088 / Linux kernel 2.6.7 / Sun
 Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 1.4.2_04-b05, mixed mode)

Is your 'node' file marked read-only? (What does 'ls -l node' say?)

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Re: [freenet-support] Insert error

2004-07-24 Thread Nick Tarleton
I meant to say 5085. (I know, WT bloody F?)

-Original Message-
From: Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Jul 24, 2004 9:21 AM
To: Nick Tarleton [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: [freenet-support] Insert error

Umm, build 5029 ?!?!?

That is _REALLY_ old.

On Fri, Jul 23, 2004 at 08:02:26PM -0400, Nick Tarleton wrote:
 When trying to insert a NIM (on the Swedish Cannabis site, which uses a 
 standard-looking NIM form), I get this message:
 
 The Insert Request failed.
 
 Reason: Request failed gracefully: freenet.client.WrongStateException: Wrong state: 
 FAILED should be DONE: after waiting for next process
 
 build 5029 - WinXP - transient - JVM 1.4.1
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[freenet-support] Insert error

2004-07-23 Thread Nick Tarleton
When trying to insert a NIM (on the Swedish Cannabis site, which uses a 
standard-looking NIM form), I get this message:

The Insert Request failed.

Reason: Request failed gracefully: freenet.client.WrongStateException: Wrong state: 
FAILED should be DONE: after waiting for next process

build 5029 - WinXP - transient - JVM 1.4.1
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[freenet-support] Why Freenet doesn't try any nodes?

2004-07-22 Thread Nick Tarleton
I've started using Freenet for the Nth time (transient - 5084 - WinXP - Sun 
JVM 1.4.1), and am going through the 99% RNF phase. I know this is normal, 
but I noticed that many of them RNF instantly and say no nodes were tried. If 
it's not too hard to explain, I'd like to know the reason for this. Why is it 
not even trying - sometimes for 5 times in a row - to request what I tell it 
to?

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Re: [freenet-support] network usage on start

2004-03-28 Thread Nick Tarleton
On Saturday 27 March 2004 03:10 pm, S wrote:
 When you start Freenet, it immediately tries to connect to as many nodes
 as possible, from the pool of nodes that it knows about. If what you're
 seeing is a bandwidth spike that goes away after a couple of minutes,
 it's probably connections being opened. I imagine that handshaking with
 50+ nodes could use up all of your bandwidth for awhile.

 It could certainly be something else, though. Check out the Environment
 page from the web interface, go to Pooled Thread Consumers and you can
 see what the threads are doing. (Caveat: by loading the main web
 interface page, you're initiating requests for the activelink images of
 the index pages. To avoid this, bookmark the Environment page and go
 straight there as soon as the node starts.)

You're right:
   Class  Threads used
   Checkpoint: Opening connection   56
   freenet.interfaces.LocalNIOInterface$ConnectionShell  1
   freenet.node.states.data.DataStateInitiator   1
   freenet.node.states.data.TrailerWriteCallbackMessage:true:true1

I used Lynx to be sure there were no extraneous requests.
It's odd that with so many connections to other nodes, I still get RNFs 
frequently that say Attempts were made to contact 2 nodes, or even 0, as I 
reported previously.

 With the default settings, Freenet will pretty much saturate a dialup
 link when you're actively using it, and it will eat bandwidth even when
 you aren't using it. If you haven't done so already, you might want to
 tweak the input and output bytes values in the config file.

Yes, but that would cripple *Freenet*. But with any luck, I'll have a Real 
Connection in a couple months.

 Another suggestion is to make sure that the line

 transient=true

 is present in the config file, with no % in front of it. Transient nodes
 do not have any requests routed to them, which cuts down on bandwidth
 usage. As I understand it, there is an anonymity tradeoff here if
 someone is monitoring your requests and knows that your node is
 transient (your node isn't routing other peoples' requests, so all
 requests leaving your node are your own).
I have transient on, and doAnnounce=false. (I don't fear or loathe my 
government, yet.)

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[freenet-support] network usage on start

2004-03-27 Thread Nick Tarleton
When I start Freenet build 5076. it downloads a rather large amount of data. 
Is this some kind of prefetching? Can it be turned off?

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[freenet-support] Re: [freenet-chat] FW: Route Not Found

2004-03-27 Thread Nick Tarleton
On Monday 01 March 2004 09:52 pm, Robert Greenage wrote:
 I have 50 node references why does the node only search one or two? Is
 there something wrong with my RT? Can I have it configured incorrectly?
I have this same problem too:

Error: Route Not Found

Attempts were made to contact 2 nodes.

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

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Re: [freenet-support] network usage on start

2004-03-27 Thread Nick Tarleton
On Saturday 27 March 2004 12:25 pm, Christian Menz wrote:
 Hi,

 that _is_ freenet. It retrieves data, stored to your disk. When you query
 data, you retrieve from disks of other users :)

 Christian

 Am Sat, 27 Mar 2004 12:02:04 -0500 hat Nick Tarleton

 [EMAIL PROTECTED] geschrieben:
  When I start Freenet build 5076. it downloads a rather large amount of
  data.
  Is this some kind of prefetching? Can it be turned off?

I know. Perhaps I should clarify: it begins to download as soon as I run 
start-freenet.sh, and keeps going for a while, even before I access 
fproxy/run any clients. This is something of a problem, as I use dial-up. 
I've heard of prefetching the start-page links; if this is it, can it be 
turned off? I see no related option in freenet.conf.

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Re: [freenet-support] help

2003-11-17 Thread Nick Tarleton
On Wednesday 05 November 2003 05:17 pm, Dave Hooper wrote:
 Is your freenet running well?  Can you retrieve *anything* or does
 *everything* come back with data not found?  How long have you been running
 freenet for (it takes some hours to adapt to the network the very first
 time you use it - this is for obvious reasons).
Obvious? *I* know what they are, but are they obvious to a newb?

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Re: [freenet-support] transient mode

2003-11-07 Thread Nick Tarleton
See freenet.conf. If there is a line saying 'transient=true' or 'announce=false' - 
WITHOUT a % or # before it- then you are transient, and if you want to be permanent, 
you should put a % before any such lines.

-Original Message-
From: Aureliano Rama [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Nov 7, 2003 12:52 PM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: [freenet-support] transient mode

how can i find indication to see if i'm in transient mode or not?
I'm quite surely behind a firewall of some type (i'm on university
network) however I never noticed a warning on transient mode.

I just noticed that my Open Connection page never show up inbound
conns, and from what I understood that is a good advice of difficult
for other nodes to connect to me.

many thanks,
Aureliano Rama
Corso di Laurea in Informatica, Pisa

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Re: [freenet-support] Usability improvement ideas

2003-11-01 Thread Nick Tarleton
On Friday 31 October 2003 12:54 pm, Doug Bostrom wrote:
 The splitfile interface provides a useful measure of progress or at least
 continued activity. How about something to give users a little feedback
 while other key types are being retrieved?

 Browsers generally provide some kind of indication of progress, but some
 just lie (IE)  and if there's no progress in bytes retrieved, many users
 new to Freenet will likely assume nothing is happening and either try
 another key or give up even though productive activity is happening behind
 the scenes.


Why not feed the site through the filter dynamically and once some is 
filtered, send it out to the browser?
Before there's anything even to filter, it could say, like, mapfile 
retrieved, DBR root retrieved, although this would tend to confuse 
newbies. Maybe we need to ship some good documentation available directly 
from FProxy.
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Re: [freenet-support] Abort Report

2003-11-01 Thread Nick Tarleton
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Re: [freenet-support] Usability improvement ideas

2003-11-01 Thread Nick Tarleton
On Saturday 01 November 2003 05:13 pm, Paul wrote:
 On Sat, Nov 1, 2003 at 14:10:43 +0800, Toad wrote:
 On Fri, Oct 31, 2003 at 10:31:58PM -0800, Paul wrote:
   I see the installation of Freenet and the configuration of Freenet to
   be an area that needs serious attention.
 
   First, I use Freenet on a Mac, but Mac OS X is not shown anymore as a
   compatible OS on the Freenet web site download page. It used to be
   there, but not anymore. I know to use the Linux download and
   instructions, but the only reason I know that is because the web site
   used to state this. A new user will likely not realize this.
 
   Second, the install process needs to be easier. Yes, installing
   Freenet is as simple as copying over a handful of files, but a
   single-click install program is very nice. The Mac .pkg format is
   simple and effective, and it allows scripts to be included and run
   during the installation process.
 
 Care to volunteer? I don't have a Mac to develop a package on.

 I had a feeling you might ask that. While I can program, I just do
 not have the time right now to learn the specifics of how to do this,
 and then do it. The time investment goes beyond doing this once. I'd
 have to do it for every single release. And at the rate they are
 coming these days, that's a huge amount of time.

You wouldn't have to redo it every release; except for new configuration 
options, you would just have to change the version number and stick in the 
new JAR. Right? (I'm a Mac imbecile.)

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