There should be an uninstaller in the Freenet installation folder, which should
be in your home folder unless you installed it somewhere else. Running the
uninstaller should take care of it for you.
Alternatively, you can do it manually: make sure Freenet isn’t running, then
There are a few potential causes, but I would suspect that your VPN wasn’t
actually connected the entire time you had Freenet running (this is a common
issue with VPNs), and during the time when the VPN wasn’t connected, your VPN
software didn’t block internet traffic, which allowed
Are you having trouble getting Freenet to work, or just need to uninstall it
from your machine?
We’ve got a Knowledge Base article with instructions, let us know if you have
any trouble :)
> On Apr 2, 2016, at
It’s not entirely clear what you’re asking, are you having trouble downloading
things with Freenet?
> On Mar 25, 2016, at 4:42 PM, Max Lin > wrote:
> Hello how do i use 127.0.0.1 to upload and download connection. I can only
10.6 will be impossible going forward as Java 7 is going to be required to run
Freenet in the immediate future, and the minimum requirement to install Oracle
Java 7 is OS X 10.7.3.
There’s nothing else preventing Freenet itself from working, however our
installer/menu bar app is designed
You should be able to download the tray app again and run it, it will ask you
if you want to install again if it can't find your installation.
Senior Software Engineer
Please give the new native installer a try:
> On Nov 27, 2015, at 4:20 PM, Murrey Walker
> I’m unable to install Freenet on a new iMac with this OS.
> Any thoughts?
Does this happen when you try to start Freenet manually (via terminal) or
is it simply failing to start when you reboot your Mac?
Would you be willing to come in to the Freenet IRC channel briefly so I
can help you figure out what's going on?
Installing Java 1.8 *should* have replaced the Java preferences panel
completely. So I don't think Java 1.8 actually installed properly, both
because Freenet is clearly using 1.6, and because you can still see Java SE
6 in your preferences pane. That old Java Preferences pane should have been
Did Freenet install successfully, no errors? If it installed properly then
it just isn't running for some reason.
Since the rabbit icon is broken at the moment, you can start Freenet
1) Click the search icon in your menu bar
2) Type "terminal" and hit enter
3) When Terminal opens, type
This is largely an issue with the way Java currently works on Mac OS X, but
it's easy to solve.
You'll need to install Apple's Java system package  as well as Oracle's
Java 8 package (which you probably already have). For the moment, some Java
applications don't quite work properly
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