Hello everyone. I'm trying to install Freenet 0.7 and when I run "java
-jar new_installer.jar" I get the error message "File menucheck.png not
found". Where might I find this file and do I place it in
"usr/share/pixmaps/"? I'm running Fedora Core 4, kernel
"2.6.17-1.2142_FC4". Thanks in
Hello everyone. I'm trying to install Freenet 0.7 and when I run java
-jar new_installer.jar I get the error message File menucheck.png not
found. Where might I find this file and do I place it in
usr/share/pixmaps/? I'm running Fedora Core 4, kernel
2.6.17-1.2142_FC4. Thanks in advance for
I've spent most of the day trying to get freenet to
run as a service in Windows 2000. I'm almost there,
but there's one thing that I haven't been able to fix.
I used instsrv and srvany to get freenet.exe to run as
a service. It works as long as I don't log off of
windows. It will start fine
Dear Toad et al,
I am a fan of freenet and its ideals, but the vulnerability to local
evesdropping now seems to me to be a BIG flaw, given the Orwellian environment.
I read somewhere that Toad said it is an aim to eventually encrypt all traffic
I'm sure this has been thought of
sysrq [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
I believe he was refering to someone on listening on your connection so
that they could see what you are inserting and browsing on freenet.
That's what I was saying. People seem to be under the impression that
everything is encrypted. It is NOT. This means, for
Yes, it is. What precisely is not encrypted?:
I was under the impression that key requests themselves were not encrypted and
might be matched by a determined eavesdropper to eg a requested known nasty
freesite (which is encrypted)?
There are plenty of technical measures to prevent this; one
Perhaps I was looking at something old?
EVENTUALLY? We have encrypted all inter-node traffic since 0.4!
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Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
No. All inter-node communications are encrypted. Separately, all data is
encrypted at the file level.
OK welcome to blab-out-my-arse-ville!! I'm glad to be corrected clearly need
to study-up on freenet more. Thanks for your patience.
I don't see that it's
UDP connections pointed
I imagine that's not that helpful? Anything else I can provide?
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Only getting repeated route not found. However, after launching freenet.exe,
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
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 file and blast
LOL. Aren't you copying the program by installing it?
There's a clear impression that the authors of the GPL consider that using
the software in the normal fashion does not constitute a breach of
copyright. Any opinion otherwise is clearly risible.
Program or its derivative works.
This screen should have an option to continue without accepting the licence.
p.s. Is there anything I can do to instruct the mailing list to trim the sig
from this point onwards?
Our name has changed, please update your
my space and bandwith - and
computer skills to help freenet.
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well, I had the same problem yesterday. unfortunately I had to delete my
9 gig datastore and reinstall 534 :( this really sucks
what's wrong with sf??
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Well, this explains some of the problems I'm having with the latest build.
See, this is exactly the sort of thing that ought to be put up at the top of
the project's main web page as an advisory.
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Go figure. Must've been running out of thread space and not telling me. I
did find a message in the log about running of memory, but nothing to
associate that with fproxy.
In the future, perhaps we should give servlets extra high priority, or
pre-allocated threads or some such. The
I'd thought my earlier problem was due to a collsion between two versions of
the Java classes, resulting from a software install gone bad. But now I've
WIPED my hard drive, re-installed everything, and fproxy actually got worse!
Now it won't even bring up the intro page. It hangs the
Something's listening on the port, but when I try to bring up the page, I
get connection broken. This started happening about the time I started
running the June 13th freenet.jar.
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I'd like a quick and easy method of deriving the CHK key for a document,
other than reading the nodes' response to a successful insert.
My reasons are convoluted, but they have to do with an attempt to come up
with a utility to insert large sites. Right now fcpputsite is very
I saw on the devl list (since vanished from the archives) that the local
node bypass feature has been added to Fred. I'd like to use this via
fcptools but I don't know how. The sourceforge page didn't give me any
clues. Has the support been added yet?
Thanks in advance.
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