RE: Freenet Crashes Immediately

2020-08-01 Thread Steve Dougherty
32 | at 
> com.sun.jna.Native.loadNativeDispatchLibraryFromClasspath(Native.java:851)
>
> INFO | jvm 3 | 2020/08/01 12:48:32 | at 
> com.sun.jna.Native.loadNativeDispatchLibrary(Native.java:826)
>
> INFO | jvm 3 | 2020/08/01 12:48:32 | at 
> com.sun.jna.Native.(Native.java:140)
>
> INFO | jvm 3 | 2020/08/01 12:48:32 | at 
> freenet.support.ProcessPriority$WindowsHolder.(ProcessPriority.java:32)
>
> INFO | jvm 3 | 2020/08/01 12:48:32 | at 
> freenet.support.ProcessPriority.enterBackgroundMode(ProcessPriority.java:64)
>
> INFO | jvm 3 | 2020/08/01 12:48:32 | at 
> freenet.node.NodeStarter.main(NodeStarter.java:264)
>
> ERROR | wrapper | 2020/08/01 12:48:32 | JVM exited while loading the 
> application.
>
> STATUS | wrapper | 2020/08/01 12:48:36 | Reloading Wrapper configuration...
>
> STATUS | wrapper | 2020/08/01 12:48:37 | Launching a JVM...
>
> INFO | jvm 4 | 2020/08/01 12:48:37 | Exception in thread "main" 
> java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: C:\Users\SWS 
> Customer\AppData\Local\Temp\jna--55914865\jna3478956884760004848.dll: Can't 
> find dependent libraries
>
> INFO | jvm 4 | 2020/08/01 12:48:37 | at 
> java.lang.ClassLoader$NativeLibrary.load(Native Method)
>
> INFO | jvm 4 | 2020/08/01 12:48:37 | at 
> java.lang.ClassLoader.loadLibrary0(Unknown Source)
>
> INFO | jvm 4 | 2020/08/01 12:48:37 | at 
> java.lang.ClassLoader.loadLibrary(Unknown Source)
>
> INFO | jvm 4 | 2020/08/01 12:48:37 | at java.lang.Runtime.load0(Unknown 
> Source)
>
> INFO | jvm 4 | 2020/08/01 12:48:37 | at java.lang.System.load(Unknown Source)
>
> INFO | jvm 4 | 2020/08/01 12:48:37 | at 
> com.sun.jna.Native.loadNativeDispatchLibraryFromClasspath(Native.java:851)
>
> INFO | jvm 4 | 2020/08/01 12:48:37 | at 
> com.sun.jna.Native.loadNativeDispatchLibrary(Native.java:826)
>
> INFO | jvm 4 | 2020/08/01 12:48:37 | at 
> com.sun.jna.Native.(Native.java:140)
>
> INFO | jvm 4 | 2020/08/01 12:48:37 | at 
> freenet.support.ProcessPriority$WindowsHolder.(ProcessPriority.java:32)
>
> INFO | jvm 4 | 2020/08/01 12:48:37 | at 
> freenet.support.ProcessPriority.enterBackgroundMode(ProcessPriority.java:64)
>
> INFO | jvm 4 | 2020/08/01 12:48:37 | at 
> freenet.node.NodeStarter.main(NodeStarter.java:264)
>
> ERROR | wrapper | 2020/08/01 12:48:37 | JVM exited while loading the 
> application.
>
> STATUS | wrapper | 2020/08/01 12:48:42 | Reloading Wrapper configuration...
>
> STATUS | wrapper | 2020/08/01 12:48:42 | Launching a JVM...
>
> INFO | jvm 5 | 2020/08/01 12:48:42 | Exception in thread "main" 
> java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: C:\Users\SWS 
> Customer\AppData\Local\Temp\jna--55914865\jna2842160706614396.dll: Can't find 
> dependent libraries
>
> INFO | jvm 5 | 2020/08/01 12:48:42 | at 
> java.lang.ClassLoader$NativeLibrary.load(Native Method)
>
> INFO | jvm 5 | 2020/08/01 12:48:42 | at 
> java.lang.ClassLoader.loadLibrary0(Unknown Source)
>
> INFO | jvm 5 | 2020/08/01 12:48:42 | at 
> java.lang.ClassLoader.loadLibrary(Unknown Source)
>
> INFO | jvm 5 | 2020/08/01 12:48:42 | at java.lang.Runtime.load0(Unknown 
> Source)
>
> INFO | jvm 5 | 2020/08/01 12:48:42 | at java.lang.System.load(Unknown Source)
>
> INFO | jvm 5 | 2020/08/01 12:48:42 | at 
> com.sun.jna.Native.loadNativeDispatchLibraryFromClasspath(Native.java:851)
>
> INFO | jvm 5 | 2020/08/01 12:48:42 | at 
> com.sun.jna.Native.loadNativeDispatchLibrary(Native.java:826)
>
> INFO | jvm 5 | 2020/08/01 12:48:42 | at 
> com.sun.jna.Native.(Native.java:140)
>
> INFO | jvm 5 | 2020/08/01 12:48:42 | at 
> freenet.support.ProcessPriority$WindowsHolder.(ProcessPriority.java:32)
>
> INFO | jvm 5 | 2020/08/01 12:48:42 | at 
> freenet.support.ProcessPriority.enterBackgroundMode(ProcessPriority.java:64)
>
> INFO | jvm 5 | 2020/08/01 12:48:42 | at 
> freenet.node.NodeStarter.main(NodeStarter.java:264)
>
> ERROR | wrapper | 2020/08/01 12:48:42 | JVM exited while loading the 
> application.
>
> FATAL | wrapper | 2020/08/01 12:48:43 | There were 5 failed launches in a 
> row, each lasting less than 300 seconds. Giving up.
>
> FATAL | wrapper | 2020/08/01 12:48:43 | There may be a configuration problem: 
> please check the logs.
>
> INFO | wrapperp | 2020/08/01 12:48:43 | backend pipe closed.
>
> INFO | wrapperp | 2020/08/01 12:48:43 | backend pipe closed.
>
> STATUS | wrapper | 2020/08/01 12:48:43 | <-- Wrapper Stopped
>
> From: Steve Dougherty [mailto:st...@asksteved.com]
> Sent: Saturday, August 01, 2020 9:56 AM
> To: Support
> Subject: Re: Freenet Crashes Immediately
>
> Perhaps the wrapper isn’t configured for the new version of Java? Are you 
> willing to post your wrapper.log?
>
> - Steve
&g

Re: Freenet Crashes Immediately

2020-08-01 Thread Steve Dougherty
Perhaps the wrapper isn’t configured for the new version of Java? Are you 
willing to post your wrapper.log?

- Steve

On Sat, Aug 1, 2020 at 10:46 AM, Ron Sandlin  wrote:

> Freenet build 1485 crashes and the log shows many refs to Java this or
>
> Java that. Java was recently updated to Version 8 Update 261 on my PC
>
> and after that Frenet quit working at all. My PC runs Win 7 OS. Use of
>
> MS Edge or Iexplorer browser, Freenet still crashes. Why does Freenet
>
> crash??
>
> Please Help
>
> R J Sandlin
>
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Re: Unable to create new store: freenet.node.NodeInitException: Operation not supported (3)

2019-09-25 Thread Steve Dougherty
Hm, I’m not loving the exception logging there; the stack trace of the source 
of the problem does not appear to be included. The useful part of that trace 
seems like

https://github.com/freenet/fred/blob/build01484/src/freenet/node/Node.java#L862
https://github.com/freenet/fred/blob/build01484/src/freenet/node/Node.java#L2900

I’d expect wrapper.log (or stderr depending on how you’ve started the node) to 
contain more information after the string "Could not open store: "

Can you find such a log line?

Thanks,
Steve

On Wed, Sep 25, 2019 at 8:07 PM, CyberLeo  wrote:

> You know, I just realized I sent this from the wrong address and it
> never made it to the list.
>
> On 8/19/19 2:10 AM, CyberLeo wrote:
>> During test-setup of a new node from Github release build01484, I get
>> the following exception, both during the new startup wizard and whenever
>> I instruct the node to change the datastore type from ram to salt-hash.
>> The store type remains as ram.
>>
>> The node is a VM running FreeBSD 11.3-RELEASE amd64, NFS-mounted home
>> directory from the host, and the host filesystem is backed by a
>> dedicated ZFS dataset with plenty of space.
>>
>> Any ideas on how to start troubleshooting the source of this error?
>>
>> Thanks!
>>
>> 8<
>> Aug 18, 2019 20:36:40:281 (freenet.node.Node, HTTP socket
>> handler@1389158290(3), ERROR): Unable to create new store
>> freenet.node.NodeInitException: Operation not supported (3)
>> at freenet.node.Node.initSaltHashFS(Node.java:2900)
>> at freenet.node.Node.makeStore(Node.java:862)
>> at freenet.node.Node$StoreTypeCallback.set(Node.java:336)
>> at freenet.node.Node$StoreTypeCallback.set(Node.java:309)
>> at freenet.config.Option.set(Option.java:73)
>> at freenet.config.Option.setValue(Option.java:62)
>> at freenet.config.SubConfig.set(SubConfig.java:318)
>> at
>> freenet.clients.http.wizardsteps.DATASTORE_SIZE._setDatastoreSize(DATASTORE_SIZE.java:122)
>>
>> at
>> freenet.clients.http.wizardsteps.DATASTORE_SIZE.postStep(DATASTORE_SIZE.java:93)
>>
>> at
>> freenet.clients.http.FirstTimeWizardToadlet.handleMethodPOST(FirstTimeWizardToadlet.java:262)
>>
>> at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method)
>> at
>> sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(NativeMethodAccessorImpl.java:62)
>>
>> at
>> sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.java:43)
>>
>> at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:498)
>> at
>> freenet.clients.http.ToadletContextImpl.callToadletMethod(ToadletContextImpl.java:747)
>>
>> at
>> freenet.clients.http.ToadletContextImpl.handle(ToadletContextImpl.java:660)
>> at
>> freenet.clients.http.SimpleToadletServer$SocketHandler.run(SimpleToadletServer.java:1036)
>>
>> at
>> freenet.support.PooledExecutor$MyThread.innerRun(PooledExecutor.java:249)
>> at
>> freenet.support.PooledExecutor$MyThread.realRun(PooledExecutor.java:189)
>> at freenet.support.io.NativeThread.run(NativeThread.java:156)
>> Aug 18, 2019 20:36:40:305
>> (freenet.clients.http.wizardsteps.DATASTORE_SIZE, HTTP socket
>> handler@1389158290(3), ERROR): Should not happen, please
>> report!freenet.config.InvalidConfigValueException: Unable to create new
>> store: freenet.node.NodeInitException: Operation not supported (3)
>> freenet.config.InvalidConfigValueException: Unable to create new store:
>> freenet.node.NodeInitException: Operation not supported (3)
>> at freenet.node.Node.makeStore(Node.java:868)
>> at freenet.node.Node$StoreTypeCallback.set(Node.java:336)
>> at freenet.node.Node$StoreTypeCallback.set(Node.java:309)
>> at freenet.config.Option.set(Option.java:73)
>> at freenet.config.Option.setValue(Option.java:62)
>> at freenet.config.SubConfig.set(SubConfig.java:318)
>> at
>> freenet.clients.http.wizardsteps.DATASTORE_SIZE._setDatastoreSize(DATASTORE_SIZE.java:122)
>>
>> at
>> freenet.clients.http.wizardsteps.DATASTORE_SIZE.postStep(DATASTORE_SIZE.java:93)
>>
>> at
>> freenet.clients.http.FirstTimeWizardToadlet.handleMethodPOST(FirstTimeWizardToadlet.java:262)
>>
>> at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method)
>> at
>> sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(NativeMethodAccessorImpl.java:62)
>>
>> at
>> sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.java:43)
>>
>> at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:498)
>> at
>> freenet.clients.http.ToadletContextImpl.callToadletMethod(ToadletContextImpl.java:747)
>>
>> at
>> freenet.clients.http.ToadletContextImpl.handle(ToadletContextImpl.java:660)
>> at
>> freenet.clients.http.SimpleToadletServer$SocketHandler.run(SimpleToadletServer.java:1036)
>>
>> at
>> freenet.support.PooledExecutor$MyThread.innerRun(PooledExecutor.java:249)
>> at
>> freenet.support.PooledExecutor$MyThread.realRun(PooledExecutor.java:189)
>> at 

Re: Fwd: Re: Reproduced: Re: FN cannot start

2019-06-18 Thread Steve Dougherty
If you can find log messages about the failure that would be helpful. Anything 
in logs/freenet-latest.log? We’ll likely need to find a way to have it fail in 
front of a developer in order to figure out a fix.

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On Tue, Jun 18, 2019 at 5:21 PM, Krzysztof  wrote:

> Morover, I had to delete all client* files for node to start.
>
> Regards
> Krzysztof
>
>  Forwarded Message 
> Subject:  Re: Reproduced: Re: FN cannot start
> Date: Tue, 18 Jun 2019 23:11:33 +0200
> From: Krzysztof [](mailto:k...@limes.com.pl)
> To:   Support 
> [](mailto:support@freenetproject.org)
>
> Reproduced once more. Any clues?
>
> It definitely has nothing to do with JRE. Both Open and Sun on Linux Debian 
> 64b fail after some time.
>
> Regards
> Krzysztof
>
> On 6/13/19 5:19 PM, Steve Dougherty wrote:
>
>> Oh, interesting! Is this a symptom of a malformed client.dat.crypt? If you 
>> restore the file, does it fail in the same way again?
>>
>> - Steve
>>
>> Sent from ProtonMail Mobile
>>
>> On Thu, Jun 13, 2019 at 10:36 AM, Krzysztof  wrote:
>>
>>> No, I don't.
>>>
>>> What I discovered so far, after deleting file 'client.dat.crypt', the
>>> node started normally. Of course, all downloads were gone.
>>>
>>> Maybe there is a way to test or repair this file?
>>>
>>> Regards
>>> Krzysztof
>>>
>>> On 6/13/19 12:29 PM, Arne Babenhauserheide wrote:
>>>> My node now also stopped starting.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Question to Krzysztof: Do you have a darknet connection?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> When run via ./run.sh console, this is the last line I see before
>>>> startup fails:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> jvm 2 | Deleted 0 of 0 temporary files (0 non-temp files in temp 
>>>> directory) in 0s
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> This is what I should see:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> jvm 1 | Resumed 4 requests ...
>>>> jvm 1 | Initializing USK Manager
>>>> jvm 1 | Loading cache of request statuses...
>>>> jvm 1 | Initializing Node Updater
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Disabling all plugins does not make a difference.
>>>> Starting without the wrapper does not make a difference either.
>>>> Moving tmp away does not make a difference, either.
>>>> Moving datastore to datastore.broken does not make a difference.
>>>> Moving persistent-temp to persistent-temp.broken only lets it show one
>>>> more error:
>>>> jvm 1 | Unable to resume request
>>>> freenet.clients.fcp.ClientGet@45d042f9 after loading it.
>>>>
>>>> So it looks like there is some broken state which blocks startup.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> logs/freenet-latest.log says
>>>>
>>>> Jun 13, 2019 09:18:00:317 (freenet.io.AddressTracker, 
>>>> WrapperListener_start_runner, WARNING): Failed to load from disk for port 
>>>> : freenet.node.FSParseException: Unable to load address tracker table, 
>>>> assuming an unclean shutdown: Last ID was  but stored 
>>>> freenet.node.FSParseException: Unable to load address tracker table, 
>>>> assuming an unclean shutdown: Last ID was  but stored 
>>>> at freenet.io.AddressTracker.(AddressTracker.java:115)
>>>> at freenet.io.AddressTracker.create(AddressTracker.java:84)
>>>> at freenet.io.comm.UdpSocketHandler.(UdpSocketHandler.java:161)
>>>> at freenet.node.NodeCrypto.(NodeCrypto.java:121)
>>>> at freenet.node.Node.(Node.java:1489)
>>>> at freenet.node.NodeStarter.start(NodeStarter.java:194)
>>>> at 
>>>> org.tanukisoftware.wrapper.WrapperManager$11.run(WrapperManager.java:4048)
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> I took an application snapshot with jvisualvm: Here’s the threaddump
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Full thread dump OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (25.191-b12 mixed mode):
>>>>
>>>> "Pooled thread awaiting work @1 for prio 5" #42 daemon prio=5 os_prio=0 
>>>> tid=0x7f68005f7000 nid=0x27ae in Object.wait() [0x7f681dc9e000]
>>>> java.lang.Thread.State: TIMED_WAITING (on object monitor)
>>>> at java.lang.Object.wait(Native Method)
>>>> - waiting on <0x9d22ff80> (a 
>>>> freenet.support.PooledExecutor$MyThread)
>>>> at 
>>>> freenet.support.PooledExecutor$MyThread.innerR

Re: Can't change storeDir (Windows).

2019-06-16 Thread Steve Dougherty
Hm, sounds as though the entire freenet.ini may be getting invalidated. Are you 
editing the file while Freenet is running? What software are you using to edit 
freenet.ini?

- Steve

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On Sun, Jun 16, 2019 at 12:07 PM, Γιώργος Κωστόπουλος  
wrote:

> Doing this (through freenet.ini) and changing the default value to
> something else fails.
> Next time Freenet starts, resets everything and starts the 1st time
> config wizard.
>
> Am I missing something? :-)
> TIA!
> G.

Re: Reproduced: Re: FN cannot start

2019-06-13 Thread Steve Dougherty
Oh, interesting! Is this a symptom of a malformed client.dat.crypt? If you 
restore the file, does it fail in the same way again?

- Steve

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On Thu, Jun 13, 2019 at 10:36 AM, Krzysztof  wrote:

> No, I don't.
>
> What I discovered so far, after deleting file 'client.dat.crypt', the
> node started normally. Of course, all downloads were gone.
>
> Maybe there is a way to test or repair this file?
>
> Pozdrawiam
> Krzysztof Jasieński
>
> On 6/13/19 12:29 PM, Arne Babenhauserheide wrote:
>> My node now also stopped starting.
>>
>>
>> Question to Krzysztof: Do you have a darknet connection?
>>
>>
>> When run via ./run.sh console, this is the last line I see before
>> startup fails:
>>
>>
>> jvm 2 | Deleted 0 of 0 temporary files (0 non-temp files in temp directory) 
>> in 0s
>>
>>
>> This is what I should see:
>>
>>
>> jvm 1 | Resumed 4 requests ...
>> jvm 1 | Initializing USK Manager
>> jvm 1 | Loading cache of request statuses...
>> jvm 1 | Initializing Node Updater
>>
>>
>> Disabling all plugins does not make a difference.
>> Starting without the wrapper does not make a difference either.
>> Moving tmp away does not make a difference, either.
>> Moving datastore to datastore.broken does not make a difference.
>> Moving persistent-temp to persistent-temp.broken only lets it show one
>> more error:
>> jvm 1 | Unable to resume request
>> freenet.clients.fcp.ClientGet@45d042f9 after loading it.
>>
>> So it looks like there is some broken state which blocks startup.
>>
>>
>> logs/freenet-latest.log says
>>
>> Jun 13, 2019 09:18:00:317 (freenet.io.AddressTracker, 
>> WrapperListener_start_runner, WARNING): Failed to load from disk for port 
>> : freenet.node.FSParseException: Unable to load address tracker table, 
>> assuming an unclean shutdown: Last ID was  but stored 
>> freenet.node.FSParseException: Unable to load address tracker table, 
>> assuming an unclean shutdown: Last ID was  but stored 
>> at freenet.io.AddressTracker.(AddressTracker.java:115)
>> at freenet.io.AddressTracker.create(AddressTracker.java:84)
>> at freenet.io.comm.UdpSocketHandler.(UdpSocketHandler.java:161)
>> at freenet.node.NodeCrypto.(NodeCrypto.java:121)
>> at freenet.node.Node.(Node.java:1489)
>> at freenet.node.NodeStarter.start(NodeStarter.java:194)
>> at org.tanukisoftware.wrapper.WrapperManager$11.run(WrapperManager.java:4048)
>>
>>
>>
>> I took an application snapshot with jvisualvm: Here’s the threaddump
>>
>>
>> Full thread dump OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (25.191-b12 mixed mode):
>>
>> "Pooled thread awaiting work @1 for prio 5" #42 daemon prio=5 os_prio=0 
>> tid=0x7f68005f7000 nid=0x27ae in Object.wait() [0x7f681dc9e000]
>> java.lang.Thread.State: TIMED_WAITING (on object monitor)
>> at java.lang.Object.wait(Native Method)
>> - waiting on <0x9d22ff80> (a freenet.support.PooledExecutor$MyThread)
>> at freenet.support.PooledExecutor$MyThread.innerRun(PooledExecutor.java:218)
>> - locked <0x9d22ff80> (a freenet.support.PooledExecutor$MyThread)
>> at freenet.support.PooledExecutor$MyThread.realRun(PooledExecutor.java:189)
>> at freenet.support.io.NativeThread.run(NativeThread.java:156)
>>
>> Locked ownable synchronizers:
>> - None
>>
>> "Timer-0" #36 daemon prio=5 os_prio=0 tid=0x7f680009d000 nid=0x27a1 in 
>> Object.wait() [0x7f681e19f000]
>> java.lang.Thread.State: WAITING (on object monitor)
>> at java.lang.Object.wait(Native Method)
>> - waiting on <0x9cfdf0b0> (a java.util.TaskQueue)
>> at java.lang.Object.wait(Object.java:502)
>> at java.util.TimerThread.mainLoop(Timer.java:526)
>> - locked <0x9cfdf0b0> (a java.util.TaskQueue)
>> at java.util.TimerThread.run(Timer.java:505)
>>
>> Locked ownable synchronizers:
>> - None
>>
>> "SimpleToadletServer" #29 daemon prio=5 os_prio=0 tid=0x7f6800844800 
>> nid=0x2788 waiting on condition [0x7f681e4a]
>> java.lang.Thread.State: WAITING (parking)
>> at sun.misc.Unsafe.park(Native Method)
>> - parking to wait for <0x9cfdf740> (a 
>> java.util.concurrent.locks.AbstractQueuedSynchronizer$ConditionObject)
>> at java.util.concurrent.locks.LockSupport.park(LockSupport.java:175)
>> at 
>> java.util.concurrent.locks.AbstractQueuedSynchronizer$ConditionObject.awaitUninterruptibly(AbstractQueuedSynchronizer.java:1976)
>> at freenet.io.NetworkInterface.accept(NetworkInterface.java:249)
>> at freenet.clients.http.SimpleToadletServer.run(SimpleToadletServer.java:999)
>> at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:748)
>>
>> Locked ownable synchronizers:
>> - None
>>
>> "Network Interface Acceptor for 
>> ServerSocket[addr=/127.15.9.6,localport=8988](0)" #28 daemon prio=5 
>> os_prio=0 tid=0x7f6800843000 nid=0x2787 runnable [0x7f681e5a1000]
>> java.lang.Thread.State: RUNNABLE
>> at java.net.PlainSocketImpl.socketAccept(Native Method)
>> at java.net.AbstractPlainSocketImpl.accept(AbstractPlainSocketImpl.java:409)
>> at java.net.ServerSocket.implAccept(ServerSocket.java:545)
>> at 

Re: FN cannot start

2019-06-12 Thread Steve Dougherty
That’s a great use case for SSH local port forwarding the FProxy port! :)

ssh -L :localhost: 

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On Wed, Jun 12, 2019 at 9:19 AM, VT- Viral Therapy  
wrote:

> Actually right now I am trying to create a project for my collage. My plan is 
> to run freenet on raspberry pi 3B+ and somehow use ssh/vpn/hotspot to connect 
> to the raspberry pi to surf freesite on my phone.
>
> On Wed, 12 Jun 2019, 5:26 am Dennis New,  wrote:
>
>> On Wed, 12 Jun 2019 01:11:25 +0200, Krzysztof wrote:
>>> HI,
>>>
>>> After starting the system, the page at 127.0.0.1: looks as
>>> follows:
>>>
>>>
>>>   Freenet is starting up
>>>
>>> Freenet is starting up
>>> Your Freenet node is starting up, please hold on.
>>> Current status
>>> INFO | jvm 2 | 2019/06/12 01:00:08 | Set fproxy max length to 2306867
>>> and max length with progress to 57671680 = 57671680
>>> INFO | jvm 2 | 2019/06/12 01:00:08 | Starting FProxy on
>>> 127.0.0.1,0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1:
>>> INFO | jvm 2 | 2019/06/12 01:00:08 | SHA1: using SUN version 1.8
>>> INFO | jvm 2 | 2019/06/12 01:00:08 | MD5: using SUN version 1.8
>>> INFO | jvm 2 | 2019/06/12 01:00:08 | SHA-256: using SUN version 1.8
>>> INFO | jvm 2 | 2019/06/12 01:00:08 | SHA-384: using SUN version 1.8
>>> INFO | jvm 2 | 2019/06/12 01:00:08 | SHA-512: using SUN version 1.8
>>> INFO | jvm 2 | 2019/06/12 01:00:08 | AES/CTR/NOPADDING (SunJCE
>>> version 1.8): 705107ns
>>> INFO | jvm 2 | 2019/06/12 01:00:08 | AES/CTR/NOPADDING (BC version
>>> 1.59): 1980691ns
>>> INFO | jvm 2 | 2019/06/12 01:00:08 | Using JCA cipher provider:
>>> SunJCE version 1.8
>>> INFO | jvm 2 | 2019/06/12 01:00:08 | Trying to read master keys
>>> file... INFO | jvm 2 | 2019/06/12 01:00:08 | Read old master keys file
>>> INFO | jvm 2 | 2019/06/12 01:00:08 | FNP port created on 0.0.0.0:23499
>>> INFO | jvm 2 | 2019/06/12 01:00:08 | Testnet mode DISABLED. You may
>>> have some level of anonymity. :)
>>> INFO | jvm 2 | 2019/06/12 01:00:08 | Note that this version of
>>> Freenet is still a very early alpha, and may well have numerous bugs
>>> and design flaws.
>>> INFO | jvm 2 | 2019/06/12 01:00:08 | In particular: YOU ARE WIDE OPEN
>>> TO YOUR IMMEDIATE PEERS! They can eavesdrop on your requests with
>>> relatively little difficulty at present (correlation attacks etc).
>>> INFO | jvm 2 | 2019/06/12 01:00:08 | Creating PeerManager
>>> INFO | jvm 2 | 2019/06/12 01:00:08 | Memory is 455MB
>>> INFO | jvm 2 | 2019/06/12 01:00:08 | Setting standard 500 thread
>>> limit. This should be enough for most nodes but more memory is
>>> usually a good thing.
>>> INFO | jvm 2 | 2019/06/12 01:00:08 | Deleted 0 of 0 temporary files
>>> (0 non-temp files in temp directory) in 0s
>>>
>>> It doesn't go on now although after fresh install a few days ago it
>>> ran perfectly every day. What can I do to solve the case?
>>
>> You can check the wrapper.log file in freenet's folder - maybe there
>> was more information appended to it? Also, is your computer doing
>> anything when it reaches this point (high cpu or disk usage)?
>>
>> Maybe you can also try moving/deleting the freenet.ini file to make it
>> go through the initial setup process again?

Re: I am having a problem

2019-05-04 Thread Steve Dougherty
Yes, this is a public support mailing list for Freenet. How may we help you?

On Fri, May 3, 2019 at 5:12 AM, VT- Viral Therapy  
wrote:

> Is it the right email address for asking support?

Re: freenet crashing

2018-11-28 Thread Steve Dougherty
Looks like - at least for the most recent startup attempts - it’s already 
running. (Or something is already bound to its ports anyway.) Are you able to 
manually connect to the node at http://127.0.0.1: in your browser?

- Steve

Typed on a mobile keyboard

On Wed, Nov 28, 2018 at 6:44 PM, William Passmore  wrote:

> I had to restart my comp, and now freenet keeps crashing.  I shutdown freenet 
> before I restarted.
>
> http://www.avg.com/email-signature?utm_medium=email_source=link_campaign=sig-email_content=webmail
> Virus-free. 
> [www.avg.com](http://www.avg.com/email-signature?utm_medium=email_source=link_campaign=sig-email_content=webmail)#DAB4FAD8-2DD7-40BB-A1B8-4E2AA1F9FDF2

Re: [freenet-support] Password protect the console?

2017-01-30 Thread Steve Dougherty
That isn't implemented, no. If other people have accounts on the system
they will be able to access it. (By default Freenet's web interface only
binds to localhost.)

On Mon, Jan 30, 2017, 8:59 AM neuman  wrote:

> I see there is an option to password protect the downloads,  but is
> there an option to password protect the console?   I have it running on
> a headless pi system and would like to prevent anyone else from
> accessing it.   Can I protect the console?
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Re: [freenet-support] Newbie questions

2017-01-23 Thread Steve Dougherty
The Tor comparison is easiest to answer because there's a FAQ entry:
https://freenetproject.org/help.html#tor

On Mon, Jan 23, 2017, 6:14 AM Amuza <am...@riseup.net> wrote:

>
>
> On 22/01/17 19:01, Steve Dougherty wrote:
>
> On 01/22/2017 12:27 PM, Amuza wrote:
>
> Hello!
>
> I have never tried Freenet but I already have some questions:
>
> How do nodes discover each other?
>
> In opennet mode ("normal" or "low" network security) they connect to
> seed nodes (a list of which is included with the software) run by
> volunteers which provide them with an initial set of possible
> connections, and during normal operation performs path folding to
> maintain and improve its connections. [0]
>
> When not in opennet mode (and therefore in "darknet mode;" if both modes
> are in use it's "hybrid") connections must be manually and mutually added.
>
>
> Can nodes within a LAN connect to each other without any special
> configuration?
>
> It depends on what you mean by special configuration. It does require
> that the nodes' operators add one another as "friends" by trading node
> references, but this is intended as routine configuration.
>
>
> Do they need Internet access?
>
> No, but note that a completely isolated darknet would have no way to
> access the content available through the public opennet network. This
> includes updates to the software. As long as one member of the darknet
> is also connected to opennet this will not be the case. (Though
> performance will be slow.)
>
>
> Would nodes keep automatically connecting when they are in a LAN where
> some days there is no Internet access?
>
> Yes.
>
>
> Does Freenet have any kind of real asynchronous messaging?
>
> Yes, and it depends what you mean.
>
>
> I mean, something like this:
> Alice is online and sends a message which has Caroline (her Freenet
> friend) as the recipient, but Caroline is offline. Fortunately Barbara (who
> is a common Freenet friend of both Alice and Caroline) is online. Then
> Alice goes offline. Then Caroline goes online and receives Alice's message.
> Barbara (or other common online Freenet friend) automatically forwarded the
> message without being able to read it.
>
> If so, how does it work?
>
> Darknet peers can send direct messages by clicking on the peer's name on
> the friends page. If the peers are not both online and connected the
> message will be deferred until they are. The user interface for this is
> very poor but it does function.
>
> Otherwise, messaging tools like FLIP, Freemail, or Sone can do that.
> [1][2][3] They work by inserting and fetching the messages as files.
>
>
>
> I guess some of those three messaging tools do somehow the kind of
> asynchronous messaging I meant. Do they?
>
> Thank you!!
>
> Yep. :) Hope this helps.
>
> - Steve
>
>
>
> It does! Great explanations! As soon as I have a while I will try Freenet.
>
> Let me ask another one, this one is more difficult:
>
> In the case you, or anyone in this list, know a bit about other
> more-or-less similar decentralized tools like Retroshare, Zeronet, Tox,
> IPFS, etc, could you very briefly compare them to Freenet and easily say
> some advantage or disadvantage of some of those tools over Freenet?
>
> Thanks again.
>
> [0] https://wiki.freenetproject.org/Opennet
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Re: [freenet-support] Newbie questions

2017-01-22 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 01/22/2017 12:27 PM, Amuza wrote:
> Hello!
> 
> I have never tried Freenet but I already have some questions:
> 
> How do nodes discover each other?

In opennet mode ("normal" or "low" network security) they connect to
seed nodes (a list of which is included with the software) run by
volunteers which provide them with an initial set of possible
connections, and during normal operation performs path folding to
maintain and improve its connections. [0]

When not in opennet mode (and therefore in "darknet mode;" if both modes
are in use it's "hybrid") connections must be manually and mutually added.

> Can nodes within a LAN connect to each other without any special
> configuration?

It depends on what you mean by special configuration. It does require
that the nodes' operators add one another as "friends" by trading node
references, but this is intended as routine configuration.

> Do they need Internet access?

No, but note that a completely isolated darknet would have no way to
access the content available through the public opennet network. This
includes updates to the software. As long as one member of the darknet
is also connected to opennet this will not be the case. (Though
performance will be slow.)

> Would nodes keep automatically connecting when they are in a LAN where
> some days there is no Internet access?

Yes.

> Does Freenet have any kind of real asynchronous messaging?

Yes, and it depends what you mean.

> If so, how does it work?

Darknet peers can send direct messages by clicking on the peer's name on
the friends page. If the peers are not both online and connected the
message will be deferred until they are. The user interface for this is
very poor but it does function.

Otherwise, messaging tools like FLIP, Freemail, or Sone can do that.
[1][2][3] They work by inserting and fetching the messages as files.

> Thank you!!

Yep. :) Hope this helps.

- Steve

[0] https://wiki.freenetproject.org/Opennet
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Re: [freenet-support] Support Digest, Vol 83, Issue 1

2017-01-17 Thread Steve Dougherty
Are you saying you want to unsubscribe? There's a link to do that in the
message you replied to.

On Tue, Jan 17, 2017, 9:46 AM Denis Walker  wrote:

> I am no longer a member of freenet Regards Denis
>
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Re: [freenet-support] inquiry

2016-10-12 Thread Steve Dougherty
Could you give more details about the message you received? Is it the
Windows installer you want?
https://github.com/freenet/fred/releases/download/build01475/FreenetInstaller-1475.exe

On Tue, Oct 11, 2016, 8:55 PM John Custer 
wrote:

> I wanna download freenet but from their webpage the download said,
> corrupted, and was instantly deleted.  Can you send me a download link.
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Re: [freenet-support] Question regarding legal case

2016-07-25 Thread Steve Dougherty
Hi Hayley,

To make sure it's clear, this is a publicly visible mailing list.

I assume you've seen the news post about flawed surveillance techniques?
https://freenetproject.org/news.html#20160526-htl18attack It goes over our
understanding of attacks used by law enforcement and why they appear to be
heavily fundamentally flawed. If we can help elaborate on parts of it
please let us know. The attacks we are aware of included information about
how far away the request probably originated; (Hops To Live - HTL) you
didn't mention that, and without it the attack is even less accurate than
the effectively entirely inaccurate thing it already is.

As a non-profit organization running an open source project, we don't
currently have employees, hence the lack of a phone number. You may be able
to find someone in the community willing to participate; if this is the
case I think it is we've been following it with interest for a while now.
Could you please elaborate on what is involved in reviewing the search
warrant, reviewing the police report, or being an expert witness? Would
this be an attempt to invalidate the search and suppress evidence acquired
with it?

Now addressing others on the list: I note an ethical dilemma here. It may
well be that the accused is guilty of the things they are accused of, and
invalidating this presumably-mistaken search warrant would allow them to go
free. That said, do we want to resist the application of flawed statistics
in prosecuting Freenet users? I'm leaning toward probably. Selectively
assisting in fighting search warrants that seem invalid also seems
unethical. Are we obligated to help?

- Steve

On Mon, Jul 25, 2016, 2:33 PM Hayley Rosenblum  wrote:

> Hello,
> I am a law intern at Rosenblum, Schwartz, Rogers, & Glass, P.C. in St.
> Louis, MO. As a criminal defense firm, we have recently been hired for a
> Possession of Child Pornography case. According to the police report , a
> special investigator began running copies of Freenet that had been modified
> for law enforcement to log the IP address, key, and date, and time of
> requests that were sent to these law enforcement Freenet nodes which were
> then compared to keys of known child pornography. The special investigator
> observed an IP address routing/and or requesting suspected child
> pornography file blocks. The special investigation noted that the number
> and timing of the request was significant enough to indicate that the IP
> address was the apparent original requester of the file.
>
> We have doubts about the legitimacy of this based off some brief research
> we have done on Freeness and how it works. Is there anyone I could contact
> to discuss having a Freenet employee/specialist to review the search
> warrant and police report and/or potentially hire as an expert witness. If
> so, how much would you charge for that?
>
> Any information or further contacts would be great. I didn’t see a phone
> number on the website, so I figured i’d start with an email!
>
> Thank you,
>
> Hayley Rosenblum
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Re: [freenet-support] Newbies but an Oldie !

2016-07-21 Thread Steve Dougherty
Hi Terry,

Thanks for posting! Glad you find it interesting and sorry you're having
trouble. Search is not going to be effective currently because no
volunteers are keeping up-to-date indexes, so what little is still
available is outdated. You might have better luck with the indexes such as
Enzo's Index, which is part of the default bookmarks.

Other than that it sounds like you might be encountering bugs. The message
you get after clicking search sounds quite odd - is Freenet crashing when
this happens? Could you post the logs you get when you select "View logs"
from the right click menu of the tray icon? The tray not detecting a
Firefox installation is a problem I've been trying to get enough
information to fix for a while. Do you know what version of Firefox you
have, where the executable is, or where its registry keys are? I can
elaborate on where to find these things if need be.

- Steve

On Thu, Jul 21, 2016, 9:46 AM Terry Cahill  wrote:

> I am fascinated with Freenet and the multitude of information there is to
> browse but as an older person I am finding one or two basic elements to be
> very stressful. I don't want personal tuition and realise the service is
> staffed by volunteers mainly but a nod in the right direction might help
> open the door a wee bit further for an old guy !
> I find there are no simple "how to" answers on Freenet to what are simple
> things on the open net. And I bounce around in circles . Is there a Freenet
> user guide  for dummies that can help me ?
> For example. I try to search... in the search Freenet box , it says
> library plugins must be loaded . Where do i get these ? Even when i think i
> have it cracked and press search i get bumped to a screen saying the
> localhost page isn't working. This i can't solve. Also when i download  a
> file i do not know where it is or how to open it after it is done. Easy if
> you know how but i don't. I also would like to use Firefox but it opens in
> Chrome and the only other option is IE ?
> At 69 I'm not too bad with my laptop, iPad, and smartphone but I am deaf
> and  reading stuff on line is my greatest pleasure in life now and Freenet
> takes me beyond the norm and it is a thrilling world for me. There was a
> page about Depression that was so on the ball that I wanted to forward it
> to everyone but had't a clue how to , outside Freenet,  or whether I should
> not even think about that . i don't know anyone else on Freenet.
> There's me , knockin at the door but  I only have half the get to get in !
> Thanks for what you have given us !
> Sincerely
> Terry
>
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Re: [freenet-support] CHK/SSK

2016-04-12 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 04/11/2016 09:59 AM, Melvin Mawhin wrote:
> Hi Steve,
> 
> Thank you for the reply. How can i reply to the support thread
> because this not completely what I asked for. The real question for
> me is when a malicious node is placed within the network and request
> is routed through thisnode, how much of the key can this malicious
> node see? The complete key or the complete key minus the decryption
> key.
> 
> Many thanksMelvin Mawhin

If you subscribe to the support mailing list [0] and reply to messages
you receive from it they will go to the thread in question (provided you
ensure your mail client includes support@freenetproject.org as a
recipient). To that end I've included a reply-to Arne's original message
and CC'd the list. If you're up for IRC (please be patient - we are all
part-time volunteers) we are in #freenet on chat.freenode.net. [1]

The decryption key is not sent along with the request for the block - a
malicious node cannot observe it from the request.

- Steve

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Re: [freenet-support] Can you change how space to assign to Freeness after the fact?

2016-03-28 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 03/27/2016 09:04 PM, Daniel van Driel wrote:
> Hi Sir/Madam,
> 
> Can you change how space to assign to Freeness after the fact?

Hi Daniel,

If I understand your question correctly, yes, it possible to change how
much space Freenet uses. You can find the "Freenet datastore size"
setting on the "core settings" page under "configuration."

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[freenet-support] Freenet 0.7.5 build 1472 released

2016-03-19 Thread Steve Dougherty
This is the last build to support Java 6! The next build will require
Java 7 or higher. Nodes running Java 7 or higher and using the official
update key will now use a new update key. Nodes on Java 6 remain using
the old update key and will not be updated to further builds. Thanks to
yadevel for fixing the regression this release was blocking on!

This version was initially partially released as build 1471 - it was
released on GitHub but not offered from the website or auto-update.
Build 1472 fixes a bug which when using Java 6 prevented nodes from
starting for the first time. It did not break existing installations.

Highlights:

- Fix uploads stalling when using MAXIMUM physical security.
- Fix lots of "setNativePriority(X) has failed!", which was caused by a
  serious thread priority problem. This might fix nodes unexpectedly
  losing peers.
- Order alerts within a category by time: if you have lots of messages
  from darknet peers they will remain nicely sorted.

Translations:

- Add partial Greek translation.
- Update German, Bokmål, Brazilian Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, and
  Traditional Chinese translations.
- Fix Bokmål localization loading.

Also:

- Remove Gantros Index because it stopped updating.
- Remove Linkageddon because it stopped updating.
- New version of UPnP to fix some instability and compatibility
  problems. Thanks to 007pig we have a new UPnP plugin in development
  which supports UPnP2, but it is not yet included. [2]
- New version of KeyUtils.

WebOfTrust now has an updatable testing version built and maintained by
xor. To use it, unload WebOfTrust, then load "WebOfTrust Testing
Versions" on the Plugins page. Versions built by xor will not work with
Java 6.

Sites can set favicons with . (type
could be "image/x-icon")

Extensive review and improvement of English source strings and French
and Spanish translations. Tests for and fixes of value substitution in
translations. Thanks Vaughan Woodzell!

The default theme is now sky-static instead of clean-dropdown. This
looks less outdated, though not modern.

There is now a caching layer on the store. This should significantly
reduce I/O load. [0]

Fix default bookmarks missing the "software" category since build 1470.
If you don't see this category please re-add the default bookmark set
from the bookmark editing page.

IpToCountry database is updated. (This allows providing the country
flags on the peers pages. It is local to each instance and does not
contact an external service.)

WebOfTrust is updated to build 18. Its changelog is separate, [1] but
one of the major changes is incremental score recomputation which
requires roughly 3% of the time of a full recomputation.

Add partial CSS3 support, including viewport lengths. Thanks, Ben Green!

[0] https://github.com/freenet/fred/pull/157
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Re: [freenet-support] technical help

2016-02-22 Thread Steve Dougherty
Keeping the default installation location would avoid that problem. To
start Freenet run ./run.sh start from its installation directory. You can
uninstall Freenet by deleting it.

On Wed, Jan 20, 2016, 8:25 AM   wrote:

> Decided to give freenet a try, trid to install it to my desktop but didnt
> like all the files so i tried to create a file for freenet and drag them
> there. Now im unable to uninstall freenet, or even access it at all. im
> doing this on a linux machine, is there a command i can type into a
> terminal in order to uninstall and re-install again?
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Re: [freenet-support] download problem

2016-02-22 Thread Steve Dougherty
What version of Freenet are you using (listed on the left of the Status >
Statistics page), how large are the files, how many peers do you have, what
are your bandwidth limits, and how long have you waited?

On Sun, Feb 21, 2016, 11:01 PM timely19  wrote:

> Lately I'm having the problem of many pages or downloads not opening after
> it it states it at 100%. Why is this and what I can do about it?
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Re: [freenet-support] help installing freenet on kali

2016-02-18 Thread Steve Dougherty
I've tested Freenet successfully on Windows 10; can you attach your
wrapper.log please?

On Thu, Feb 18, 2016, 8:38 PM Bradley Greenwood 
wrote:

> I saw your name on the Freenet site. Would it be okay if I have you share
> some basic info?
> I just moved to a new computer with Win 10 (from Win 7), and now I cannot
> get diddly squat to work.
>
> At one time I had Freenet... AND Frost working on my PC, then I suffered a
> head injury (true), and I goofed
> up the Frost part. That was bad enough... but I am pissed at how screwed
> up Win 10 is; shoulda never left 7.
>
> Freenet is one of MANY things that no longer work for me.
> If this is a bother to you, feel free to tell me to get lost.
>
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Re: [freenet-support] help installing freenet on kali

2016-02-18 Thread Steve Dougherty
I've tested Freenet successfully on Windows 10; can you attach your
wrapper.log please?

On Thu, Feb 18, 2016, 8:38 PM Bradley Greenwood 
wrote:

> I saw your name on the Freenet site. Would it be okay if I have you share
> some basic info?
> I just moved to a new computer with Win 10 (from Win 7), and now I cannot
> get diddly squat to work.
>
> At one time I had Freenet... AND Frost working on my PC, then I suffered a
> head injury (true), and I goofed
> up the Frost part. That was bad enough... but I am pissed at how screwed
> up Win 10 is; shoulda never left 7.
>
> Freenet is one of MANY things that no longer work for me.
> If this is a bother to you, feel free to tell me to get lost.
>
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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet for Mac OSX 10.11.3?

2016-01-24 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 01/22/2016 09:58 PM, Ron West wrote:
> Please point me to a link for DLing Freenet for Mac OSX 10.11.3...
> 
> With regards!

The installer linked from the downloads page [1] should work with OS X
El Capitan. Did you have problems with it? You can download it here:

https://github.com/freenet/mactray/releases/download/v2.0.1/FreenetTray_2.0.1.zip

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Re: [freenet-support] I want to help

2015-11-20 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 11/16/2015 08:42 AM, Takai Sin wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> I’ve seen your work and I just love it. I was wondering if you would
> need someone to translate everything into Romanian (free of charge of
> course). :D

Hi Takai,

Glad to hear you find it interesting! We'd love to have you help
translate things; you can join the Romanian Transifex team here:

https://www.transifex.com/otf/freenet/language/ro/

There are more details on the wiki:

https://wiki.freenetproject.org/Translation

If you have any questions please feel free to ask.

- Steve



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Re: [freenet-support] puzzled

2015-11-09 Thread Steve Dougherty
Hi E,

Happy to help, and I hope you get it working. Can you please tell us who is
charging money to download Freenet? I'd like to try to get them to stop.
You mention donating later on so it sounds like it's not that you thought
donating was mandatory.

- Steve

On Mon, Nov 9, 2015, 9:01 AM Esther and Ed  wrote:

> Thank you so much to both of you for your prompt and informative answers.
>
> I’ll follow all the instructions… if I hit a wall (sure hope I don’t) I
> may write you again….
>
> Thanks again….
>
>
> On Nov 8, 2015, at 8:46 PM, Stephen Oliver 
> wrote:
>
> 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
> manually:
>
> 1) Click the search icon in your menu bar
> 2) Type "terminal" and hit enter
> 3) When Terminal opens, type "cd /Applications/Freenet" (if you installed
> Freenet somewhere else, type that location instead)
> 4) type "./run.sh start" (including the dot and slash), you should see
> something like "Starting Freenet 0.7..."
> 5) try opening 127.0.0.1: again
>
> Please feel free to come in the chat room for more help if you can't get
> it working: https://webchat.freenode.net/?randomnick=1=freenet
>
>
> On Sun, Nov 8, 2015 at 5:34 PM, Esther and Ed 
> wrote:
>
>> Hello:
>>
>> I am on an iMac 10.11.1, using firefox. I have paid the registration fee
>> and downloaded and opened everything I can find, followed all the download
>> instructions re: java freenet and tried hard (to the best of my limited
>> knowledge) to get into the freenet but have no success.
>>
>> When I click on the bunny, Start Freenet, nothing happens. If I click on
>> the bunny and ask it to open the web interface I get the following message:
>>
>> Unable to connect
>>
>> Firefox can't establish a connection to the server at 127.0.0.1:.
>>
>> I’m totally lost, or perhaps stymied is a better term. Totally. Tell you
>> what; you help me get inside and I’ll make a donation!
>>
>> E
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Re: [freenet-support] puzzled

2015-11-09 Thread Steve Dougherty
What have you tried so far to load Sone? You can load it from the
Configuration > Plugins page using the directions on the Sone site.

Frost is a separate application, not a plugin.

On Mon, Nov 9, 2015, 8:04 AM Kenneth Mullin 
wrote:

> I can't get the Sone plugin to load nor can I get the Frost plugin to
> load.  I have downloaded the Frost zip file but have not been able to get
> it to load.  Can you tell me where to start looking for the problem?
> Thanks.
>
>
>
> On Sunday, November 8, 2015 7:47 PM, Stephen Oliver <
> mrstevem...@infincia.com> wrote:
>
>
> 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
> manually:
>
> 1) Click the search icon in your menu bar
> 2) Type "terminal" and hit enter
> 3) When Terminal opens, type "cd /Applications/Freenet" (if you installed
> Freenet somewhere else, type that location instead)
> 4) type "./run.sh start" (including the dot and slash), you should see
> something like "Starting Freenet 0.7..."
> 5) try opening 127.0.0.1: again
>
> Please feel free to come in the chat room for more help if you can't get
> it working: https://webchat.freenode.net/?randomnick=1=freenet
>
>
> On Sun, Nov 8, 2015 at 5:34 PM, Esther and Ed 
> wrote:
>
> Hello:
>
> I am on an iMac 10.11.1, using firefox. I have paid the registration fee
> and downloaded and opened everything I can find, followed all the download
> instructions re: java freenet and tried hard (to the best of my limited
> knowledge) to get into the freenet but have no success.
>
> When I click on the bunny, Start Freenet, nothing happens. If I click on
> the bunny and ask it to open the web interface I get the following message:
>
> Unable to connect
>
> Firefox can't establish a connection to the server at 127.0.0.1:.
>
> I’m totally lost, or perhaps stymied is a better term. Totally. Tell you
> what; you help me get inside and I’ll make a donation!
>
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Re: [freenet-support] puzzled

2015-11-08 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 11/08/2015 05:34 PM, Esther and Ed wrote:
> Hello:
> 
> I am on an iMac 10.11.1, using firefox. I have paid the registration 
> fee and downloaded and opened everything I can find,

There is no fee to download Freenet. Who charged you money? Where did
you find it? It is available for free from the official website at
https://freenetproject.org/

You've been scammed. I would also be wary that whatever you downloaded
is not a genuine Freenet installer and could be infected with malicious
software.

> followed all the download instructions re: java freenet and tried 
> hard (to the best of my limited knowledge) to get into the freenet 
> but have no success.

If you have both the Apple and Oracle versions of Java installed then I
don't know what this is. (See
https://emu.freenetproject.org/pipermail/support/2015-November/005525.html )

I have brought it to the attention of someone with more knowledge of
Freenet on OS X.

> When I click on the bunny, Start Freenet, nothing happens. If I
> click on the bunny and ask it to open the web interface I get the
> following message:
> 
> Unable to connect
> 
> Firefox can't establish a connection to the server at 
> 127.0.0.1:.
> 
> I’m totally lost, or perhaps stymied is a better term. Totally. Tell 
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Re: [freenet-support] ports

2015-11-08 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 11/06/2015 03:07 PM, Elias Verbestel wrote:
> hi,
> i want to forward ports from freenet.
> but where i need do that port trigger or portmapping.

Arne answered on a good way to browse Freenet from another machine, but
in case that's not what you meant:

The ports to forward are listed under Status > Internet Connection.



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Re: [freenet-support] puzzled

2015-11-08 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 11/08/2015 08:20 PM, Richard Sosa wrote:
> I think this email was intended for someone else. 

It was directed at and in reply to someone else, yes, but you've joined
the support mailing list, which means you will get messages people send
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Re: [freenet-support] Unable to start Freenet

2015-11-04 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 11/03/2015 05:30 PM, Richard Sosa wrote:
> As far as I know, there have been no changes to my pc in the past
> month, so when I tried to open Freenet, I was surprised when it
> wouldn't open. The error seems to refer to a problem with .NET
> Framework.  Currently, I have version 4.5.51209.  I tried to delete
> and reinstall Freenet, but that had no effect. Another issue I've had
> is that downloads would get to 100% and then hang. It's really
> frustrating when it takes several days to download a file and then I
> can't save it. I've attached the following files:- Screenshot of
> error- Details of error- PC Configuration Anything you can tell me
> would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.   Richard Sosa This electronic
> message is from Richard Sosa and is protected by the Electronic
> Communications Privacy Act, 18 U.S.C. Sections 2510-2521, and
> contains information which is confidential and privileged. Please do
> not forward this message without express written permission.  If you
> believe you are not the intended recipient, be aware that any
> disclosure, copying, distribution or use of this electronic message
> or its contents is prohibited. If you have received this electronic
> transmission in error, please notify me immediately!


Hm, I've never seen that before. It's failing to subscribe to
information about an already-running instance of Freenet due to
permissions problems. Can you ensure that Freenet is not currently
running, then delete freenet.pid in the "wrapper" folder in the Freenet
installation directory, then try starting Freenet again?



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Re: [freenet-support] Binaries and MD5 hash

2015-11-04 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 10/27/2015 09:53 AM, bob.tro...@pirateparty.ca wrote:
> I would like to investigate using freenet or a variant hacked by me to
> keep some of my Pirate Party communications at least nominally secure.
> 
> I downloaded a binary installation file from the site, but was unable to
> find an MD5 hash associated with it. File listing (in Windows) is as
> following:
> 
> 10/26/2015  11:18 PM18,053,944 FreenetInstaller-1470.exe
> 
> The MD5 hash is d47b1494564e98a5d772477fb8967828 as calculated by my own
> MD5 utility and checked by onlinemd5.com
> (D47B1494564E98A5D772477FB8967828).
> 
> I found a hash for a file with the same name on another site, but that
> hash differs from the one from my file. Is that the correct md5 hash for
> that file?

The correct hash for the updated installer is the one you observed -
d47b1494564e98a5d772477fb8967828. The Windows installer was updated on
October 25th to include new translations. [0] The correct hash for the
initial release of the installer is 7053ba4bbf0ae9f833406ae43d1d1422.

> Do you have some other way of validating a file or is perhaps the
> typical way of getting the files on freenet itself?

There are GPG signatures, but they aren't yet visible alongside the
download links. Your question has prompted me to realize that the
signature for the updated installer wasn't published, so I'll need to
make changes to the Windows installer release scripts. For now I'll
attach it.

The initial release of the build 1470 installer and its signature can be
found here:

https://downloads.freenetproject.org/alpha/installer/
https://downloads.freenetproject.org/alpha/installer/FreenetInstaller-1470.exe
https://downloads.freenetproject.org/alpha/installer/FreenetInstaller-1470.exe.sig

To get the installer through Freenet see the "You can find the latest
Windows installer" part on the Friends > Add a Friend page.

- Steve

[0] https://freenetproject.org/news.html#20151025


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Re: [freenet-support] Update links on wiki.freenetproject.org?

2015-10-17 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 10/17/2015 09:54 AM, Xue Fuqiao wrote:
> Hi list,
> 
> It seems that public account creation on wiki.freenetproject.org is
> disabled.  Is there any other way to edit the wiki?  I'd like to update
> a few links, specifically:
> 
> On https://wiki.freenetproject.org/Distro_packages, update the links for
> Arch and Gentoo Linux.
> 
> TIA

As the prompt says, "please contact us to create an account." I'll bring
this off-list.



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Re: [freenet-support] Running a darknet, can not find the other nodes

2015-10-11 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 10/11/2015 11:52 AM, jelbert nl wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> Me and a few friends want to set up a dark net, the nodes only
> connected to friends. First I set up two nodes here at home. In the
> internal network the nodes see each other and I can send N2NTM
> messages and receive them. My friends have my node reference file and
> they did import this file in their node. They get my node in the my
> friends list but they can not connect to me. We opened the udp 63673
> port and loaded JSTUN. But still no connection.
> 
> What do we do wrong?

Did you only give your references to them? You also need to add their
references.

That UDP port is the darknet port? (It's randomized.) Have you verified
that Freenet was able to detect the publicly routable IP and that the
physical.udp line in the node reference contains it? Try echoing the
part of the line after physical.udp== to base64 -d. (To save space it's
not padded, so it may end with "ase64: invalid input".)

> If we get this to work the next step will be to create a small
> freenet box to be used by non geeky people. The idea is to use a
> raspberry pi or ODROID-C1 board. Is there experiance using these
> boards? Does performance increase with more core’s?

I know TheSeeker runs Freenet on a Raspberry Pi 2, and to an extent more
cores may help, but it depends on the workload.



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Re: [freenet-support] Generate ssk key?

2015-10-11 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 10/11/2015 05:31 PM, Axel bengtsson wrote:
...
>> Subject: Re: [freenet-support] Generate ssk key?
>> To: support@freenetproject.org; axel.benjamins...@live.se
>> From: st...@asksteved.com
>> Date: Fri, 9 Oct 2015 23:45:05 -0400
>>
>> On 10/06/2015 08:00 AM, Axel bengtsson wrote:
>>> Hi! I can't seem to find a way to generate a ssk key without gui on
>>> linux. All I can find is this Jsite. My question is: Is there any
>>> guide in generating this ssk or is there any Jsite available without
>>> graphic interface?
>>>
>>> I am new to freenet and so far it seams quite awesome
>>>
>>> //Lod
>>
>> I'd recommend 'fcpgenkey' from pyFreenet: [0]
...
> Thank you for an epic answer.
> 
> unfortunately I ran into 
> some problems inserting the site to freenet. If I'm not using graphic 
> interface how do I do this? I guess everything I need is in the freenet 
> directory?

pyFreenet's freesitemgr could be what you're looking for.



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Re: [freenet-support] Generate ssk key?

2015-10-09 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 10/06/2015 08:00 AM, Axel bengtsson wrote:
> Hi! I can't seem to find a way to generate a ssk key without gui on
> linux. All I can find is this Jsite. My question is: Is there any
> guide in generating this ssk or is there any Jsite available without
> graphic interface?
> 
> I am new to freenet and so far it seams quite awesome
> 
> //Lod

I'd recommend 'fcpgenkey' from pyFreenet: [0]

usage: fcpgenkey [-h] [--version] [--fcphost FCPHOST]
 [--fcpport FCPPORT] [--timeout TIMEOUT]

A simple command-line freenet keypair generation command. Generates a
simple SSK keypair, and prints public key, then private key, each on
its own line.

optional arguments:
  -h, --helpshow this help message and exit
  --version, -V show program's version number and exit
  --fcphost FCPHOST, -H FCPHOST
Connect to FCP service at host . (You
may also use the environment variable
FCP_HOST.)
  --fcpport FCPPORT, -P FCPPORT
Connect to FCP service at port . (You
may also use the environment variable
FCP_PORT.)
  --timeout TIMEOUT, -t TIMEOUT
Set the timeout, in seconds, for completion.
Default one year.

- Steve

[0] https://github.com/freenet/pyFreenet/



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Re: [freenet-support] Back-Off, or something of which nothing is written

2015-09-19 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 09/19/2015 01:59 PM, Dave Larsen wrote:
> Srry I don't know how to start a new subject , but how do I use frost in
> freenet on my Linux Korora 22 Cinnamon 64bit??? I dld it but it isn't doing
> anything I'm lost please help!!!

Dave is now banned from the support list for spamming. He's been
replying to unrelated threads with requests for help for a while now,
but today he replied to 10 unrelated threads with copies of this
question. (In addition to starting a new thread with this message,
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Re: [freenet-support] Unable to connect

2015-09-09 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 09/09/2015 03:14 PM, Rolly the Canadian eh wrote:
> ""Unable to connect
> 
> Firefox can't establish a connection to the server at 127.0.0.1:.
> 
> The site could be temporarily unavailable or too busy. Try again in a few 
> moments.
> If you are unable to load any pages, check your computer's network 
> connection.
> If your computer or network is protected by a firewall or proxy, make 
> sure that Firefox is permitted to access the Web.""

What operating system are you using?



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Re: [freenet-support] Cannot install on FreeBSD

2015-09-09 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 09/09/2015 08:04 PM, Thor Ablestar wrote:
> Hello!
> 
> Additional info:
> 
> As I remember,
> # cd /usr/ports/math/libjbigi
> # make install
> # make install
> # make deinstall
> # make install
> 
> gives no response after 2nd make install (and 1st too since it's already
> installed), just the next prompt appears (Normal behavior is to complain
> that the port is already installed). After make deinstall there appears
> a message that it would free 8kbytes or so. After 3rd make install
> appears some lines about install actions (as I remember, cannot
> reproduce for now).
> 
> I feel that the ports manifest in FreeBSD is somehow broken since the
> library cannot be only 8 kB. But I am not a port specialist. Maybe it's
> needed to file a FreeBSD trouble report?

I don't know. That may be. I'm surprised Freenet is attempting to use
acceleration instead of falling back to a pure Java implementation. Can
you copy the line about "net/i2p/util/libjbigi" from your wrapper.log
please?

Please reply-all to include the support list instead of emailing only me
directly.



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[freenet-support] Fwd: Cannot install on FreeBSD

2015-09-08 Thread Steve Dougherty
-- Forwarded message -
From: Thor Ablestar <t...@irk.ru>
Date: Tue, Sep 8, 2015, 9:49 AM
Subject: Re: [freenet-support] Cannot install on FreeBSD
To: Steve Dougherty <st...@asksteved.com>


Hello!

Please find attached files:
 is a stdout output of run.sh start
 is a stderr output of run.sh start

Wrapper has not been installed in that try but I believe it's a minor
problem as well as cpuid. With wrapper in previous tries, the cpuid and
gmpn_copyi problems remain.

It would require some more time to reproduce the compiler errors.

I have no idea where to look at

net/i2p/util/libjbigi

and to which port it belongs.

FreeBSD 10.2 i386, everything built from ports snapped Sep 3, 2015.

Anatoly


On 09/08/15 01:48, Steve Dougherty wrote:
> On 09/07/2015 01:33 PM, Steve Dougherty wrote:
>> On 09/07/2015 01:04 PM, Thor Ablestar wrote:
>>> Hello!
>>>
>>> I try to install Freenet on FreeBSD 10.2 i386.
>>>
>>> The program ultimately halts on unresolved reference __gmpn_copyi - both
>>> when I use an official installer and when I try to build from source -
>>> on DSA test.
>>>
>>> I am not a Java programmer.
>>>
>>> What to do?
>> Can you attach logs from each of those please?
> Of particular interest is your wrapper.log line about what version of
> net/i2p/util/libjbigi-* it's loading.
>



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[freenet-support] Fwd: Cannot install on FreeBSD

2015-09-08 Thread Steve Dougherty
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From: Thor Ablestar <t...@irk.ru>
Date: Tue, Sep 8, 2015, 10:25 AM
Subject: Re: [freenet-support] Cannot install on FreeBSD
To: Steve Dougherty <st...@asksteved.com>


Hello!

/usr/ports/math/libjbigi installed
Source file named i2psource_0.8.7.tar.bz2

/usr/ports/math/gmp installed. Ver. 5.1.3_2.

Anatoly



On 09/08/15 01:48, Steve Dougherty wrote:
> On 09/07/2015 01:33 PM, Steve Dougherty wrote:
>> On 09/07/2015 01:04 PM, Thor Ablestar wrote:
>>> Hello!
>>>
>>> I try to install Freenet on FreeBSD 10.2 i386.
>>>
>>> The program ultimately halts on unresolved reference __gmpn_copyi - both
>>> when I use an official installer and when I try to build from source -
>>> on DSA test.
>>>
>>> I am not a Java programmer.
>>>
>>> What to do?
>> Can you attach logs from each of those please?
> Of particular interest is your wrapper.log line about what version of
> net/i2p/util/libjbigi-* it's loading.
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Re: [freenet-support] Cannot install on FreeBSD

2015-09-07 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 09/07/2015 01:04 PM, Thor Ablestar wrote:
> Hello!
> 
> I try to install Freenet on FreeBSD 10.2 i386.
> 
> The program ultimately halts on unresolved reference __gmpn_copyi - both
> when I use an official installer and when I try to build from source -
> on DSA test.
> 
> I am not a Java programmer.
> 
> What to do?

Can you attach logs from each of those please?



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Re: [freenet-support] Cannot install on FreeBSD

2015-09-07 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 09/07/2015 01:33 PM, Steve Dougherty wrote:
> On 09/07/2015 01:04 PM, Thor Ablestar wrote:
>> Hello!
>>
>> I try to install Freenet on FreeBSD 10.2 i386.
>>
>> The program ultimately halts on unresolved reference __gmpn_copyi - both
>> when I use an official installer and when I try to build from source -
>> on DSA test.
>>
>> I am not a Java programmer.
>>
>> What to do?
> 
> Can you attach logs from each of those please?

Of particular interest is your wrapper.log line about what version of
net/i2p/util/libjbigi-* it's loading.



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[freenet-support] Freenet 0.7.5 build 1470 released

2015-08-16 Thread Steve Dougherty
Freenet 0.7.5 build 1470 is now available. This release fixes Freemail
problems that prevented sending mail, and removes a compromised opennet
seed node. Freemail also gains a new message link on the inbox page,
links to senders' WoT profiles, and new translations:

  - Czech
  - Greek
  - Spanish
  - Finnish
  - Hungarian
  - Dutch
  - Polish
  - Portuguese (Portugal)
  - Serbian
  - Turkish

To clarify, the CHK metadata bug fixes in 1468 are added as a new
compatibility mode that is not yet the default. Compatibility with 1416
keys is available.

The Fred Spanish translation has comprehensive updates as well.

Thank you for using Freenet!

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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet Crash Upon Startup in Chrome/ Cannot Choose Firefox for Browser

2015-08-06 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 08/06/2015 06:16 PM, Lucario Moore wrote:
 Fresh after install, Freenet tries and fails to open in Chrome. My
 Wrapper log is included as an attatchment. I'd also like to change
 the default browser to Firefox but it only shows Chrome and IE (Which
 I don't have installed).

Sorry to hear you're having trouble! Can you please open [0] the
Preferences window, [1] set Debug logging to Debug, click Apply,
try opening the browser with the tray app, and send the resulting
FreenetTray.log?

What versions of Chrome and Firefox do you have? The tray app requires
Firefox 29 or later because it introduced a way to launch URLs in a new
private tab. How did you uninstall IE?

- Steve

[0]
https://github.com/freenet/wintray/blob/master/Screenshots/running_menu.png
[1]
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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet Crash Upon Startup in Chrome/ Cannot Choose Firefox for Browser

2015-08-06 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 08/06/2015 07:45 PM, Lucario Moore wrote:
 I hope this was the log you were referring to? And I have the newest
 versions of both Chrome and Firefox as far as I can tell. Just
 installed Firefox today and my chrome isn't showing any new updates.
 I uninstalled IE through the default control panel program uninstall,
 I think. It's been a while.

Yes, it is, thanks. Between this and your wrapper.log I notice two things:

1. The ! in your username is preventing Freenet from finding resources
it needs.
2. Freenet is really unstable and slow on your system.

What happens if you move the Freenet installation (or reinstall it;
whichever) to a path which does not contain !, like C:\Freenet? The
! shouldn't be a problem, so that's a bug, but until we can figure out
how to fix it this might help.

As far as the browser behavior the log doesn't include enough
information for me to see what's going on. I'll have to add more logging
and release a new version. Worth noting, though, is that Chrome reports
success to the tray app, otherwise it would try other browsers. In what
way does it fail to open in Chrome?

- Steve



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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet Crash Upon Startup in Chrome/ Cannot Choose Firefox for Browser

2015-08-06 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 08/06/2015 09:48 PM, AltYahoo wrote:
 I get what I assume is a little freenet error message after a bit of
 loading, but I can only see it for a few seconds as it kicks me to a
 Chrome This page cannot be found error soon after. I was going to
 try to get a screenshot of the text in said error tomorrow.

In that case I think what's happening is Freenet launches, the tray app
notes that it has launched, it starts the browser, then Freenet crashes
shortly after because it can't find its files. Moving it to a folder
without special characters in the path to it (like C:\Freenet ) should
fix it.

The next question is why your Firefox isn't detected. We can get more
information once I'm able to add detailed logging on browser detection,
but for the time being - are your comfortable looking at your registry
to find where the Firefox installation is listed? The tray searches in a
few locations already [0] but apparently we're missing some.

[0] https://github.com/freenet/wintray/blob/master/Browsers/Firefox.cs#L10



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[freenet-support] Freenet 0.7.5 build 1469 released

2015-07-19 Thread Steve Dougherty
Freenet 0.7.5 build 1469 is now available.

This release fixes two bugs introduced in build 1468. One caused very
slow operation and high CPU usage with large files and physical
security levels above None (i.e. Freenet-level disk encryption). The
other prevented interactive usage (e.g. freesite browsing) while
finishing large downloads or starting large uploads.

Thank you for using Freenet!

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Re: [freenet-support] help installing freenet on kali

2015-07-16 Thread Steve Dougherty
We've tested on Windows 10 preview builds and it seems fine.

On Thu, Jul 16, 2015, 3:03 PM Dave Larsen hoppameiste...@gmail.com wrote:

 also is windows 10 going to affect how freenet runs its coming in the
 29th, thats when its released,  wether or not my computer will be upgraded
 that day or not is another question but it will  be soon thereafter!!!
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[freenet-support] Freenet 0.7.5 build 1468 released

2015-07-11 Thread Steve Dougherty
The Freenet team is very happy to announce the stable release of
Freenet 0.7.5 build 1468.



*Important notes*: downgrading from build 1468 is not supported; if you
want to go back to build 1467 without losing the upload and download
queues, *before* upgrading, back-up the following files and
directories: master.keys, persistent-temp-*/, and node.db4o (see
https://wiki.freenetproject.org/Program_files ). Please note that
running transfers will be restarted from scratch too. A reminder to
those testing auto-update to 1468-pre4: please restore your auto-update
key to the default. One way to do this is to stop Freenet, remove the
node.updater.URI line from freenet.ini, and start Freenet again.



In this release, the way Freenet stores data locally has changed
drastically by no longer using the now-deprecated db4o object storage.
It is replaced with the product of toad's summer of work - a custom
on-disk format that is much more robust against corruption and more
efficient.



* Existing unfinished downloads and uploads will be imported to a new
  format, which requires restarting them from the beginning.

* Space for downloads is now all allocated at the start, so machines
  very low on disk space may run out, which causes downloads to
  temporarily fail until more space is available.

* CHKs will change due to metadata bugfixes.

* Some unofficial plugins will need to be updated because of API
  changes. Sone already works, as do all official plugins.

* The queue format changes should make it extremely rare to lose the
  entire queue: the impact of corruption will almost always be
  localized.

* Multi-container / site uploads can now be persistent, making it more
  practical to upload large sites.

* Passworded physical security is now much stronger. (Full-disk
  encryption is still preferable.)



* The Windows installer now defaults to starting Freenet on login.

* There is a new Windows tray app with some useful features that is
  included with new installations. [0] If you are using the existing
  Windows tray app you can download the new one here. [1] No need to put
  it in a specific directory - it will try the default installation
  location and prompt if it can't find it.



* The list of download keys moved from downloads/listFetchKeys.txt to
  downloads/listKeys.txt.

* A list of upload keys is now available at uploads/listKeys.txt



* Gantros' index is now in the default bookmarks. It uses the same
  software as Enzo's index, which is no longer updated.



* The obsolete and deprecated XMLLibrary and XMLSpider plugins are no
  longer officially supported. They will still load for those who have
  them added, but are no longer shown on the plugin page.

* In the interests of releasing this build more quickly, the new
  version of FlogHelper does not support exporting and importing backups
  from the web UI. The old backup code did not work with the new Freenet
  version after removing db4o. People can instead back up
  plugins.floghelper.FlogHelper files in the plugin-data directory.
  These can be dropped into the directory after unloading FlogHelper to
  restore a backup.

* ThawIndexBrowser works again. Thanks saces!



* Fred translations are updated.



* Add two seed nodes, one sponsored by meshnet.pl - the Polish
  radio/meshnet darknet users group, and another run by ArneBab. Thanks!

* Update existing seed node references.





Thank you for using Freenet!



[0] https://github.com/freenet/wintray

[1]
https://downloads.freenetproject.org/alpha/installer/FreenetTray.exe.build01468



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Re: [freenet-support] Brazilian traslate

2015-07-03 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 07/02/2015 03:20 PM, Danton Medrado wrote:
 Hello guys! I began to translate the Freenet website for Portuguese of
 Brazil. Already contribute through Transifex, but had difficulty working
 with github, so I'm sending the files here. It is not yet fully
 translated, I will do so gradually. I created a project in
 https://github.com/Medrado/website , but do not know if you can use
 directly from there.

Hi! Thank you for this! You've attached a large-for-a-mailing-list
archive of your work, but GitHub works just fine. I've deployed your
translation to the testing site at https://testing.freenetproject.org/

(As the message says, the username and password are guest.)

I got Selecione seu idioma: from Google Translate but they only had a
Portugeuse entry, not a Brazilian dialect, so let us know if it should
say something else. Is there anything else you want to add before we
deploy it to the live site?

 hug

:)

- Steve



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Re: [freenet-support] Java announcement

2015-06-25 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 06/12/2015 10:56 PM, blupace wrote:
 Apologies for the delay, I was away from home.
 My installation is in the same directory…

Hm, in that case I don't understand what's going on. I've attached
another version that has some diagnostics on what it's doing. Can you
start the node with this one in a terminal and reply with what it
prints, please?

 On Jun 9, 2015, at 8:28 AM, Steve Dougherty st...@asksteved.com wrote:

 On 06/06/2015 09:14 PM, blupace wrote:
 Ok I can start freenet from the script, I still get the java error,
 but i guess that will be updated in the new version. Ill play around
 with it for a while, if there is any testing you would like me to do
 just let me know..

 Are you using the version of the script I linked to? [0] Sounds like the
 script is not detecting your modern installation of Java. What version
 of OS X are you using?

 On my OS X Yosemite machine my Java 8 installation is in
 /Library/Internet Plug-Ins/JavaAppletPlugin.plugin/Contents/Home/

 Is yours somewhere else?

 Im more than happy to support the project any way I can.

 Thank you!

 [0] https://github.com/freenet/java_installer/blob/next/res/unix/run.sh#L133


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Re: [freenet-support] freenet install problems

2015-06-17 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 06/15/2015 12:24 PM, jay Krik wrote:
 I have downloaded the new_installer_offline_1467.jar
 and freenet_installer.jar
 and the jnlp
 
 I am using ubuntu  14.04
 
 Nothing I try works  terminal keeps coming up with an error

What command are you using, and what is the error?

 the jar and the jnlp are both in /Homedirectory.
 
 Please send me the proper syntax to run .
 
 I used software manager  to install java webstart
 
 But nothing works.
 
 One thing about windows and the exe install files double clickand they
 install.

Very true - we hope to have an Ubuntu package be the default way to
install on Ubuntu instead of the weird installer thing. We have a
testing version, but it's not there yet.



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Re: [freenet-support] Java announcement

2015-06-08 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 06/06/2015 09:14 PM, blupace wrote:
 Ok I can start freenet from the script, I still get the java error,
 but i guess that will be updated in the new version. Ill play around
 with it for a while, if there is any testing you would like me to do
 just let me know..

Are you using the version of the script I linked to? [0] Sounds like the
script is not detecting your modern installation of Java. What version
of OS X are you using?

On my OS X Yosemite machine my Java 8 installation is in
/Library/Internet Plug-Ins/JavaAppletPlugin.plugin/Contents/Home/

Is yours somewhere else?

 Im more than happy to support the project any way I can.

Thank you!

[0] https://github.com/freenet/java_installer/blob/next/res/unix/run.sh#L133



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Re: [freenet-support] Java announcement

2015-06-06 Thread Steve Dougherty
I mean cd as in running the command to Change Directory in a terminal, not
a Compact Disc. I will look into getting you a copy of the updated Mac tray
by Monday.

On Sat, Jun 6, 2015, 12:49 PM Dave Larsen hoppameiste...@gmail.com wrote:

 What do you mean (with cd) i dld java and freenet online no cd

 On Jun 6, 2015 9:33 AM, Steve Dougherty st...@asksteved.com wrote:
 
  You have a way to start Freenet without the tray? Does that not use the
 run.sh? The tray is not strictly necessary, and the currently deployed
 version is out of date. We have a new version of it written but it's not
 deployed yet.
 
 
 
  You can start Freenet without the tray by opening a terminal, navigating
 to the directory Freenet is installed to (with cd), and running ./run.sh
 start
 
 
  On Sat, Jun 6, 2015, 3:33 AM blupace blup...@gmx.com wrote:
 
  Hey, ,
 
  So I did a little testing.
  It looks like when I exit freenet and also exit the freenet node
 starter, If I then fire up Freenet Tray, the node starter does not start.
  How do I initiate the node starter?
 
  Kind regards,
 
  Pace
 
   On Jun 5, 2015, at 10:38 PM, Steve Dougherty st...@asksteved.com
 wrote:
  
   On 06/05/2015 03:09 AM, blupace wrote:
   Hi, I have just started to follow the freenet project and I am
 testing it on
   MAC.  Installation goes well, but I always get the error below.
   I have upgraded to Java version and verified it on the Java
 verification page in
   the same browser that I use with freenet.
  
  
  
   Your Java version 1.6.0_65 is at its End Of Life and is no longer
 receiving
   updates to fix security problems.
   Freenet will require version 1.7 or higher in a future update, so it
 will stop
   working with this one.
   Please upgrade your Java installation.
  
  
   Any help appreciated.
  
  
   Regards,
  
  
   Pace
  
   This may be something we've fixed in the development version. Does the
   message go away if you shut down Freenet, replace run.sh in the
   directory Freenet is installed to with this file [0], and start
 Freenet
   again? The newer version of the script should be more effective at
   discovering modern Java installations on Macs.
  
   - Steve
  
   [0]
  
 https://raw.githubusercontent.com/freenet/java_installer/next/res/unix/run.sh
  
 
 
 

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Re: [freenet-support] Java announcement

2015-06-06 Thread Steve Dougherty
You have a way to start Freenet without the tray? Does that not use the
run.sh? The tray is not strictly necessary, and the currently deployed
version is out of date. We have a new version of it written but it's not
deployed yet.



You can start Freenet without the tray by opening a terminal, navigating to
the directory Freenet is installed to (with cd), and running ./run.sh start


On Sat, Jun 6, 2015, 3:33 AM blupace blup...@gmx.com wrote:

Hey, ,

So I did a little testing.
It looks like when I exit freenet and also exit the freenet node starter,
If I then fire up Freenet Tray, the node starter does not start.
How do I initiate the node starter?

Kind regards,

Pace

 On Jun 5, 2015, at 10:38 PM, Steve Dougherty st...@asksteved.com wrote:

 On 06/05/2015 03:09 AM, blupace wrote:
 Hi, I have just started to follow the freenet project and I am testing
it on
 MAC.  Installation goes well, but I always get the error below.
 I have upgraded to Java version and verified it on the Java verification
page in
 the same browser that I use with freenet.



 Your Java version 1.6.0_65 is at its End Of Life and is no longer
receiving
 updates to fix security problems.
 Freenet will require version 1.7 or higher in a future update, so it
will stop
 working with this one.
 Please upgrade your Java installation.


 Any help appreciated.


 Regards,


 Pace

 This may be something we've fixed in the development version. Does the
 message go away if you shut down Freenet, replace run.sh in the
 directory Freenet is installed to with this file [0], and start Freenet
 again? The newer version of the script should be more effective at
 discovering modern Java installations on Macs.

 - Steve

 [0]

https://raw.githubusercontent.com/freenet/java_installer/next/res/unix/run.sh

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Re: [freenet-support] Java announcement

2015-06-05 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 06/05/2015 03:09 AM, blupace wrote:
 Hi, I have just started to follow the freenet project and I am testing it on 
 MAC.  Installation goes well, but I always get the error below.
 I have upgraded to Java version and verified it on the Java verification page 
 in 
 the same browser that I use with freenet.
 
 
 
 Your Java version 1.6.0_65 is at its End Of Life and is no longer receiving 
 updates to fix security problems.
 Freenet will require version 1.7 or higher in a future update, so it will 
 stop 
 working with this one.
 Please upgrade your Java installation.
 
 
 Any help appreciated.
 
 
 Regards,
 
 
 Pace

This may be something we've fixed in the development version. Does the
message go away if you shut down Freenet, replace run.sh in the
directory Freenet is installed to with this file [0], and start Freenet
again? The newer version of the script should be more effective at
discovering modern Java installations on Macs.

- Steve

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Re: [freenet-support] data store 500GB?

2015-04-08 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 04/06/2015 11:29 AM, xor wrote:
 On Sunday, March 29, 2015 05:54:43 PM Dennis New wrote:
 On Sun, 29 Mar 2015 15:50:34 +0200, Bert Massop wrote:
 IIRC, bloom filters contribute to a memory usage of 1/3000th of the
 data store size, which would be around 1 GB of RAM for a 3TB data
 store

 This calculation/check should be done by the software when the data
 store size is set.
 
 ACK.
 As a quick fix, I would like to suggest we add the 1/3000th information to 
 the 
 l10n string at least.
 Can someone do the l10n fix for now, or at least file a bug?

The localization for the memory limit already includes:

Freenet will need more memory if you have more queued requests, or use
chat forums and other plugins, and to a lesser extent if you have a
larger datastore or a fast connection.

 I can file a bug if nobody wants to deal with it, just tell me :)

I've filed #6506 with thoughts on how to make automatic adjustments. [0]

[0] https://bugs.freenetproject.org/view.php?id=6506




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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet on OS X. Was: VPN

2015-04-04 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 03/29/2015 12:32 PM, Eric Chadbourne wrote:
 Hi Steve,
 
 How does one apply for the OS X maintainer spot?  If the duties are
 within my skill set I’ll volunteer.

I think by saying something like I'd like to be the OS X maintainer.
I'm not sure what duties mrsteveman1 intends to take on, but as far as I
understand has involved going through the bugs filed for OS X, working
on the OS X tray as you saw, and testing/patching the OS X installer.

 FWIW I think it would be useful on the wiki to merely suggest OS X
 users just install the jdk and the jar, instead of suggesting using
 java web start.  Simple and works.

 A dmg would be nice.  We could hook that up.

It would indeed - that would be great! Is that at all related to
Oracle's suggested method of distributing Java apps? [0] Do you know if
bundled JREs are kept up to date?

 I commented on an open ticket for the tray app.  The dev was real
 nice and is looking into it.
 https://bugs.freenetproject.org/view.php?id=3093

Glad to hear it! :)

 Thanks,
 
 — Eric Chadbourne http://Nonprofit-CRM.org/

[0]
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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet on OS X. Was: VPN

2015-03-28 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 03/28/2015 11:52 AM, Eric Chadbourne wrote:
 Hi Ronald,
 
 It’s just two different ways to get java on your computer.  The JDK 
 is more for developers.
 
 On a fresh OS X system, install the JDK and then the Freenet jar and 
 it will work and you won’t get the popups.  Somebody with wiki
 access should probably update it.

Oops! Thanks for reporting this. Which page on the wiki? Or is it the
downloads page on the main site?

This is what happens when we don't have an active OS X maintainer. :(

 Install the JDK: 
 www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk8-downloads-2133151.html

 Install Freenet jar:
 https://freenetproject.org/jnlp/freenet_installer.jar
 
 You may want to remove the applet as it doesn’t work.

The tray application is broken too?

 The JDK will update your java path so you won’t get those popups
 anymore.  You can remove the JRE.  There are other ways of resolving
 your issue, such as manually setting your java path to use the jre
 but I had success with the above method.
 
 Hope that helps,
 
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Re: [freenet-support] VPN

2015-03-28 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 03/27/2015 02:33 PM, Dsoslglece wrote:
 Le 27/03/2015 17:50, ronald williams a écrit :
 I assume you tech support for freeness? I have a problem that
 maybe you can help with, running a Mac  OSX 10.10.2  confirmed install
 of Java 40 , when attempting to open freenet a message appears can not
 connect to server 127.0.0.1  Any suggestions?  Thanks
 Well, this is exactly doing the same to me, for quite a few months,
 saying it'll stop someday if no java update is made… just waiting to see
 if maybe it's a misreadding of freenet, since being also on Yosemite,
 Apple makes automatically the java updates and I've got the latest :
 java 8 rev 40

Sounds like you have multiple versions of Java installed, and Freenet is
not configured to use the latest.

In wrapper.conf in the directory Freenet is installed to, is
wrapper.java.command set to java? If you run java -version in a
terminal does it give version 1.6?

What happens if you change it to /Library/Internet
Plug-Ins/JavaAppletPlugin.plugin/Contents/Home/bin/java - does that file
exist, and if so does the warning go away?



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Re: [freenet-support] data store 500GB?

2015-03-28 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 03/28/2015 12:07 PM, Eric Chadbourne wrote:
 Hi All,
 
 Is it possible to use more than a 500GB data store?
 
 On a fresh installation the largest selectable value for the 
 datastore is 500GB.  I would like to use 3TB if possible.  When I 
 attempt to change the value via the web page I get an out of memory 
 error.  If I change the value in freenet.ini the application won’t 
 start.  I may not be setting the value correctly.
 
 Internal error: please report
 
 java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: Java heap space

What is Maximum memory usage under Wrapper on the Configuration 
Core settings page set to? For a store that big it seems like it'll have
to be higher.



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Re: [freenet-support] risk of UPnP

2015-03-13 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 02/26/2015 05:43 PM, penda-uh...@posteo.de wrote:
 Hi,
 
 on vour Website https://freenetproject.org/faq.html#firewall I found
 this: Freenet should have forwarded them itself through Universal Plug
 and Play, but this doesn't always work (and it never works if you don't
 have the UPnP plugin loaded, or have one router behind another).
 without any hint for security problems of UPnP. This might deem as a
 recommdation to users to activate UPnP in their routers. It would be
 nice to implement some warning.

What security problems do you mean? What warning would you recommend?

UPnP is for traversing NAT, and NAT is not a firewall. Many routers
enable UPnP by default, and using the plugin allows people who do not
understand how to forward ports to use Freenet. It is not intended for
those who know how to configure a firewall / NAT.

Is that what you were referring to?

 many thanks
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Re: [freenet-support] CRASH

2015-03-13 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 02/28/2015 12:35 PM, Roy Tantel wrote:
 Hey guys, I keep trying to install but I keep crashing. I'm on windows 8.1
 
 What do?


The installer crashes? When? Any error messages?



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Re: [freenet-support] Installer fails

2015-03-13 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 03/07/2015 07:13 AM, Arne Michael Kadach wrote:
 
 Interner Fehler: Bitte melden Sie dies.
 
 java.nio.channels.OverlappingFileLockException
   at sun.nio.ch.SharedFileLockTable.checkList(FileLockTable.java:255)
   at sun.nio.ch.SharedFileLockTable.add(FileLockTable.java:152)
   at sun.nio.ch.FileChannelImpl.lock(FileChannelImpl.java:1030)
   at java.nio.channels.FileChannel.lock(FileChannel.java:1053)
   at 
 freenet.store.saltedhash.SaltedHashFreenetStore.openStoreFiles(SaltedHashFreenetStore.java:836)
   at freenet.store.saltedhash.SaltedHashFreenetStore.
 (SaltedHashFreenetStore.java:190)
   at 
 freenet.store.saltedhash.SaltedHashFreenetStore.construct(SaltedHashFreenetStore.java:147)
   at freenet.node.Node.makeStore(Node.java:3645)
   at freenet.node.Node.makeStore(Node.java:3638)
   at freenet.node.Node.initSaltHashFS(Node.java:3468)
   at freenet.node.Node.makeStore(Node.java:909)
   at freenet.node.Node$StoreTypeCallback.set(Node.java:358)
   at freenet.node.Node$StoreTypeCallback.set(Node.java:331)
   at freenet.config.Option.set(Option.java:73)
   at freenet.config.Option.setValue(Option.java:62)
   at freenet.config.SubConfig.set(SubConfig.java:314)
   at 
 freenet.clients.http.wizardsteps.DATASTORE_SIZE._setDatastoreSize(DATASTORE_SIZE.java:125)
   at 
 freenet.clients.http.wizardsteps.DATASTORE_SIZE.postStep(DATASTORE_SIZE.java:96)
   at 
 freenet.clients.http.FirstTimeWizardToadlet.handleMethodPOST(FirstTimeWizardToadlet.java:217)
   at sun.reflect.GeneratedMethodAccessor3.invoke(Unknown Source)
   at 
 sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.java:43)
   at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:483)
   at 
 freenet.clients.http.ToadletContextImpl.callToadletMethod(ToadletContextImpl.java:735)
   at 
 freenet.clients.http.ToadletContextImpl.handle(ToadletContextImpl.java:648)
   at 
 freenet.clients.http.SimpleToadletServer$SocketHandler.run(SimpleToadletServer.java:1031)
   at 
 freenet.support.PooledExecutor$MyThread.innerRun(PooledExecutor.java:248)
   at 
 freenet.support.PooledExecutor$MyThread.realRun(PooledExecutor.java:188)
   at freenet.support.io.NativeThread.run(NativeThread.java:129)

Wow, I've never seen that before. This looks like it's after setting how
much space Freenet should use? Does it happen every time? Are you trying
to install on top of another running Freenet installation?



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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet not opening in Incognito

2015-01-27 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 01/27/2015 03:24 AM, Jason Ewanchuk wrote:
 I was talking with Arnebab about this issue on the chat line. He said I
 should em-mail you guys and let you know about this. There was a report
 saying that it was fixed, but it still isn't working properly for me. I had
 my google chrome broswer open (regular) and clicked on the short cut to
 open the freenet, all it did was open a tab in my regular broswer.

Hi Jason,

I think what may have happened is that the old tray application (not the
FreenetTray-testing-*.exe) failed to detect your Chrome and opened
Freenet with your default browser, at which point it cannot request
incognito mode.

Questions for you:

1) Does the URL the old tray application opens have ?incognito=true at
the end? If not, it fell back to using it as a default browser.
2) Does the testing tray app open Chrome in Incognito?

- Steve



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Re: [freenet-support] migrate node data to new node

2015-01-06 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 01/03/2015 10:38 AM, Евгения Карпова wrote:
 Hello, I have and old node and it seems to be broken/misconfigured (I see
 too few peers, comparing to a fresh node install on the next box, though
 all security configs are the same, and also it suffered from strange
 reindex/db loss sometimes).

I am sorry to hear you're running into trouble. purge-db4o should solve
these problems and is continuing to make progress toward release, but I
don't have a timeframe for it yet. There are testing versions of it out,
but it's not ready for a stable release yet.

 I want to stay on new node, but also migrate all data from old node to new
 one to not break network and to not loose others's people data.

Thanks for that!

 Is it possible, and is it is, which files/keys/dbases should i copy to a
 fresh node?

You should be able to copy enough to keep your node's datastore
configuration and its contents.

Two options come to mind, and it depends on whether your want the new
node to get the old darknet reference. In either case, replace the
/datastore/ directory of the new node with that of the old one.

If you want to keep the same reference, copy the node-darknet port
number file to the new node. Then replace the
node.opennet.listenPort and node.listenPort lines in the new
freenet.ini with those in the old. I do not recommend running both nodes
after doing this because I expect them to conflict with one another.

If you do not want to keep the same reference, replace the location
line in the new node-darknet port number with that from the old.

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Re: [freenet-support] freenet error installing linux mint

2015-01-06 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 01/06/2015 06:24 AM, sergio navas tapia wrote:
 hi , I followed the steps on this page digitizor  except as the java
 I have followed the steps in this other Java it was a more current
 version that puts the other. and good when you start doi the command
 I get the message not found or loaded main class
 freenet.node.NodeStarterI have linux mint 64 bit and I followed the
 steps and should in ubuntu that is based on ubuntu it is that? if you
 would be so kind as to tell me, thanks

Do these instructions work?
http://freesocial.draketo.de/freenet-linux_en.html#OS



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Re: [freenet-support] explanation needed onJava HotSpot warning

2014-12-17 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 12/14/2014 12:57 AM, Krzysztof wrote:
 There is such an info in my log file. It is written short after starting
 Freenet. Is it something I should do with the library?
 
 INFO | jvm 1 | 2014/12/14 06:27:49 | Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM
 warning: You have loaded library /tmp/jbigi7616677911837003715lib.tmp
 which might have disabled stack guard. The VM will try to fix the stack
 guard now.
 INFO | jvm 1 | 2014/12/14 06:27:49 | It's highly recommended that you
 fix the library with 'execstack -c libfile', or link it with '-z
 noexecstack'.

My understanding is it has something to do with the big integer native
library used for faster cryptography. I'm not certain, but I think it
has always been the case but Java 7 started warning about it? I don't
suppose you've found things about the message already? We will continue
looking into it.

Thanks,
Steve



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[freenet-support] Freenet 0.7.5 build 1466 released

2014-11-23 Thread Steve Dougherty
This release fixes a bug introduced in build 1466 which can erase the
list of plugins to load when Freenet starts if it crashes. If you are
affected by this bug and can no longer connect, try adding the UPnP or
JSTUN plugins again.

This release also has updated Finnish, French, Dutch, and Brazilian
Portuguese translations thanks to volunteers on Transifex. [0]

The Windows installer is updated:

* It now disables the Java installer's sponsor offers. Thanks artart78!
* It gained a Finnish translation. Thanks oselotti!

Thank you for using Freenet!

- Steve Dougherty

[0] https://www.transifex.com/projects/p/freenet/



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Re: [freenet-support] Signed source, binaries, public key

2014-11-15 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 11/15/2014 11:32 AM, Garrett Grimsley wrote:
 Hi,
 
 I just downloaded Freenet and I was wondering if you had any signatures for
 the source code or binaries, as well as a copy of your public key somewhere.
 
 Thank you!

There is a link to a signature for the installer on the download page
[0], (windows here [1]) and all source archives, jars, and signatures
for them are available here. [2] More recently the artifacts are also on
GitHub. [3]

Recent releases are signed with

pub   4096R/00100D897EDBA5E0 2013-09-21 [expires: 2016-09-15]
  Key fingerprint = 0046 195B 2DCA B176 D394  09CD 0010 0D89 7EDB A5E0
uid   [  full  ] Steve Dougherty (operhiem1 Release Signing
Key) st...@asksteved.com
sub   4096R/7BF0F7B36AC8B380 2013-09-21 [expires: 2016-09-15]

which is available on public key servers. I've also attached a copy.

Hope that helps,
- Steve

[0]
https://downloads.freenetproject.org/alpha/installer/new_installer_offline_1466.jar.sig
[1]
https://downloads.freenetproject.org/alpha/installer/FreenetInstaller-1466.exe.sig
[2] https://downloads.freenetproject.org/alpha/
[3] https://github.com/freenet/fred/releases


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[freenet-support] Freenet 0.7.5 build 1466 released

2014-11-09 Thread Steve Dougherty
This release is planned to be the second-to-last version of Freenet to
support Java 6. The version after this one will refuse to upgrade
unless running on Java 7 or later. Support for this behavior is part of
a larger effort to allow separate official update channels - stable,
testing, and unstable - as well as make it easier to publish unofficial
update channels and further improve deployment security.

Highlights for this build:

* Add Hungarian Windows installer translation. Thanks drezzium!
* Allow hiding the Java version End Of Life alert. (I'm sorry for the
  excessive annoyingness. Still - please upgrade Java!)
* Upgrades to the next version (that is, when running this build's
  upgrade code) should no longer get stuck in an upgrade loop. [0]
* Increase opennet peer limit to 142 peers. This now has more math
  behind it and will change when network parameters are adjusted. [1]
* Add more opennet seed nodes. Thanks saces and juiceman!
* This build will be mandatory starting 2014-11-16, because old nodes
  will reject new nodes with more than 110 peers. Updates only
  take a few hours to spread, so this should only cause short term
  disruption.

Additionally Matthew's (toad_'s) summer work on a custom on-disk
format is done. This release lays the groundwork to include the results
of that work in the next release. [2] This is designed for less
disk activity and better behavior when corrupted.

This release coincides with the 25th anniversary of the demolition of
the Berlin wall (Mauerfall), which marked the beginning of the end of a
large censorship and surveillance regime. May censorship be demolished
everywhere!

Thank you for using Freenet!

- Steve Dougherty and Arne Babenhauserheide

[0] https://bugs.freenetproject.org/view.php?id=3208
[1] https://github.com/freenet/fred/pull/286
[2]
http://127.0.0.1:/USK@pxtehd-TmfJwyNUAW2Clk4pwv7Nshyg21NNfXcqzFv4,LTjcTWqvsq3ju6pMGe9Cqb3scvQgECG81hRdgj5WO4s,AQACAAE/blog/23/Content-626611C.html
Release Roadmap 1466--1468

http://127.0.0.1: works for default Freenet nodes, but will not
work for some setups. If you have a nonstandard setup, you should know
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Re: [freenet-support] can't install freenet in xubuntu 14.04

2014-09-28 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 09/27/2014 06:31 AM, Giorgio Torreggiani wrote:
 Hi,
 I have tried to install freenet in xubuntu linux. There is
 openJava installed, but it failed.

In what way did what fail? What did you do, and what happened?

 What is the problem?
 Please respond to this letter fast



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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet gon boing

2014-09-27 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 08/30/2014 09:11 PM, Dennis New wrote:
 On Fri, 29 Aug 2014 17:51:40 +0100, j.gran...@sky.com wrote:
 Hi
 I usually leave my computer on and freenet running, after an
 automatic windows update and shutdown overnight the freenet display
 showed - Download/upload queue database corrupted. I tried deleting
 suggested files but it still showed the same message. 
 I then uninstalled and reinstalled freenet from your site and still
 got the same message along with the message
 The plugin UPnP could not be loaded. I did attempt to download this
 through Freenet and through the open net but no joy.

 Can you help?
 
 Which suggested files did you delete? Sounds like the now-famous db4o
 corruption bug (why is this bug still alive?), in which case you simply
 need to delete the node.db4o file. You'll lose your upload/download
 queues however :|.

The bug is still alive because it's a complicated problem to solve.
Matthew has written 100k lines of code to fix it, (called purge-db4o)
but before it can be deployed as stable we need to review it.

I'm sorry this bug still exists, and I'm upset too, but there's light at
the end of this tunnel!



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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet gon boing

2014-09-27 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 09/27/2014 08:47 AM, Steve Dougherty wrote:
 On 08/30/2014 09:11 PM, Dennis New wrote:
 On Fri, 29 Aug 2014 17:51:40 +0100, j.gran...@sky.com wrote:
 Hi
 I usually leave my computer on and freenet running, after an
 automatic windows update and shutdown overnight the freenet display
 showed - Download/upload queue database corrupted. I tried deleting
 suggested files but it still showed the same message. 
 I then uninstalled and reinstalled freenet from your site and still
 got the same message along with the message
 The plugin UPnP could not be loaded. I did attempt to download this
 through Freenet and through the open net but no joy.

 Can you help?

 Which suggested files did you delete? Sounds like the now-famous db4o
 corruption bug (why is this bug still alive?), in which case you simply
 need to delete the node.db4o file. You'll lose your upload/download
 queues however :|.
 
 The bug is still alive because it's a complicated problem to solve.
 Matthew has written 100k lines of code to fix it, (called purge-db4o)
 but before it can be deployed as stable we need to review it.

purge-db4o will be in testing releases after 1466 is out.



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Re: [freenet-support] Looking for FreeNet Friends

2014-08-20 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 08/19/2014 03:46 PM, ter...@safe-mail.net wrote:
 Hi,
 
 If anyone on this mailing list would like to be my friend on FreeNet
 let me know. I don't know any serious users of FreeNet at the moment.

Sadly this is a problem that most of us face. However, the security
assumptions that Freenet makes include that people you add as friends
are at least somewhat trustworthy. It seems like anyone you would add
based only on contact from here would be nothing more than an Internet
stranger. Adding strangers as friends does not increase your security
and if enough people do it can harm the network by changing its
characteristics in undesirable ways. Please do not add strangers as friends.

- Steve



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[freenet-support] Freenet 0.7.5 build 1465 released

2014-08-09 Thread Steve Dougherty
Oracle Java 6 has not received security updates since February 2013. [0]
Starting with this release, Freenet displays an alert when running on
old versions of Java. [1] It will require Java 7 or later in a future
release.

This release changes the rules for accepting connections in a way that
we hope will improve performance. Because it is likely that this will
interact poorly with the existing behavior, build 1464 and older will
become too old on 2014-08-16.

Also in this release:

* Add Russian Windows installer translation. Thanks zabuldon! If you
  want to give a translation for another language please do so; the
  English source file is here: [2] In addition to Russian there are
  currently translations for Spanish, French, and Dutch.
* Enhance the CSS filter to prevent pages from appearing differently
  based on browser history.
* Update German, Finnish, French, Japanese, Dutch, Brazilian
  Portuguese, and Simplified Chinese translations thanks to volunteers
  on Transifex.
* Update seed nodes. Thanks justusranvier and Stanley!

Thank you for using Freenet!

- Steve Dougherty

[0] http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/eol-135779.html
[1] https://github.com/freenet/fred/pull/269
[2]
https://github.com/freenet/wininstaller-innosetup/blob/master/translations/Messages_en.isl



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[freenet-support] Freenet 0.7.5 build 1464 released

2014-07-12 Thread Steve Dougherty
The website now shows screenshots more recent than 2009. (!)

There is a new paper [0] out about Freenet. We are implementing some
changes based on their findings.

In this release:

- Translation updates for French, German, Italian, Japanese, Dutch,
  Brazilian Portuguese, and Simplified Chinese thanks to volunteers on
  Transifex. [1]
- Untranslated strings appear again in the translation page in Fred.
  This problem was due to Transifex returning untranslated strings as
  though they were translations.
- Code cleanup.

Thank you for using Freenet!

- Steve Dougherty

[0] https://freenetproject.org/papers/roos-pets2014.pdf
[1] https://www.transifex.com/projects/p/freenet/



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Re: [freenet-support] Unable to install

2014-07-06 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 07/06/2014 03:08 AM, John Welch wrote:
 Downloaded FreenetInstaller-1463 and ran it. Cursor indicates something is 
 happening.
 
 Task manager indicates it is using no CPU, and .1 MB of memory.
 Nothing else happens.
 Using Windows 8.1 with IE 11 and Firefox.
 DO not get an installer or the first time wizard.
 Please help

Thanks for reporting this. I'm unable to reproduce the problem on my
Windows 8.1 system. Can you give more details about your system, or what
you did to encounter the problem?

- Steve



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Re: [freenet-support] Which indicator determines general freenet performance? CPU bottleneck or not?

2014-07-05 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 07/05/2014 08:10 AM, Wolfram Goetz wrote:
 Hello,
 
 which indicator is more important for the overall performance of Freenet:
 The input/output rates or the access rates? Or is it something else?
 
 I'm asking because I'm currenty running a dedicated Freenet machine on
 Kubuntu 14.04 and I wonder if I still have a CPU bottleneck. Hardware is a
 Celeron G1620 (Ivy Bridge, 2x 2.7 GHz), 4TB 3,5'' 5900rpm HDD, had upgraded
 from a much slower AMD E-350 (2x 1,6 GHz, less IPC).
 
 The system info says the CPU is rarely above 50% load. But I get slower
 input/output rates than on a faster machine (i5-2500k @ 4x 4.0 GHz, Windows
 7, system on a SSD, Freenet on a 7.200rpm HDD) with a test install of
 freenet. It's roughly 150KiB/s vs. 300 KiB/s. Access rates do not differ
 that much: About 15/s vs. 17/s.

Hm, I'm not sure. I'm not aware of many people profiling Freenet.

The thing that stands out to me is the machine getting less throughput
has a slower (5900 RPM vs 7200 RPM) hard drive.

Are the datastores the same size? Are success rates different?

 Best regards,
 
 Wolfram



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Re: [freenet-support] Translation-misstakes

2014-07-03 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 07/01/2014 03:14 PM, Yamahapsr200 wrote:
 On the Startpage [Ger] there are some misstakes, such as

Thanks for the feedback!

 -
 Freenet ist freie Software, die es Ihnen ermöglicht, *anonym* zu surfen,
 und Freeseiten und Dateien zu *veröffentlichen* und sich zu
 *unterhalten*, ohne Zensur fürchten zu müssen. Es ist *dezentral*
 organisiert, um es resistenter gegen Angriffe zu machen, und im
 *Darknet*-Modus sehr schwer zu entdecken, da sich Nutzer dann nur mit
 ihren Freunden verbinden.
 
 Better:
 
 Freenet ist eine kostenlose Software, die es Ihnen ermöglicht, *anonym*

My understanding is that kostenlose means free as in it does not cost
money, whereas freie means free as in freedom. Freie is consistent
with the free software movement, and seems more appropriate.

 zu surfen, Freeseiten und Dateien zu *veröffentlichen* und sich zu
 *unterhalten*, ohne Zensur fürchten zu müssen. Freenet ist *dezentral*

I will use Es = Freenet.

 organisiert, um es resistenter gegen Angriffe zu machen, und im
 *Darknet*-Modus sehr schwer zu entdecken, da sich Nutzer dann nur mit
 ihren Freunden verbinden.

 -
 Unser aktueller Kontostand ist von *$42716.75* wird unseren einen
 bezahlten Entwickler und den Server für weitere *663 Tage* finanzieren.
 
 Better:
 
 Unser aktueller Kontostand von *$42716,75* wird unseren einzigen

What about removing einen instead of replacing it with einzigen?

Changing the money formatting (. to ,) is difficult with the current way
the website is generated. If we manage to make the website generated
with something more flexible it can do that.

 bezahlten Entwickler und den Server für weitere *663 Tage* finanzieren.

 Or even better: transform $ into € [euro]

Hm, interesting idea. Is that to provide a point of reference? Some of
that money is held in US dollars, so it would mean the balance would
change not just with the actual balance changing but with currency
conversion rates too.

 so it would be
 
 Unser aktueller Kontostand von 31.224,55€ wird unseren einzigen
 bezahlten Entwickler und den Server für weitere *663 Tage* finanzieren.
 -
 
 Thank You for reading and sorry for my bad english. [I'm native german
 speaker]
 
 greedings from Germany, Oliver Parczyk



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Re: [freenet-support] Translation-misstakes

2014-07-03 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 07/03/2014 04:39 PM, Yamahapsr200 wrote:
 
 Am 03.07.2014 22:12, schrieb Steve Dougherty:
 On 07/01/2014 03:14 PM, Yamahapsr200 wrote:
 On the Startpage [Ger] there are some misstakes, such as
 Thanks for the feedback!

 -
 Freenet ist freie Software, die es Ihnen ermöglicht, *anonym* zu surfen,
 und Freeseiten und Dateien zu *veröffentlichen* und sich zu
 *unterhalten*, ohne Zensur fürchten zu müssen. Es ist *dezentral*
 organisiert, um es resistenter gegen Angriffe zu machen, und im
 *Darknet*-Modus sehr schwer zu entdecken, da sich Nutzer dann nur mit
 ihren Freunden verbinden.

 Better:

 Freenet ist eine kostenlose Software, die es Ihnen ermöglicht, *anonym*
 My understanding is that kostenlose means free as in it does not cost
 money, whereas freie means free as in freedom. Freie is consistent
 with the free software movement, and seems more appropriate.

 zu surfen, Freeseiten und Dateien zu *veröffentlichen* und sich zu
 *unterhalten*, ohne Zensur fürchten zu müssen. Freenet ist *dezentral*
 I will use Es = Freenet.
 Sounds a bit strange but ok :)

Whoops - is that different from the change you made? I had trouble
finding what the changes were in the paragraph - I don't know German.

 organisiert, um es resistenter gegen Angriffe zu machen, und im
 *Darknet*-Modus sehr schwer zu entdecken, da sich Nutzer dann nur mit
 ihren Freunden verbinden.

 -
 Unser aktueller Kontostand ist von *$42716.75* wird unseren einen
 bezahlten Entwickler und den Server für weitere *663 Tage* finanzieren.

 Better:

 Unser aktueller Kontostand von *$42716,75* wird unseren einzigen
 What about removing einen instead of replacing it with einzigen?

 Changing the money formatting (. to ,) is difficult with the current way
 the website is generated. If we manage to make the website generated
 with something more flexible it can do that.
 With einzigen you would make clear thet it REALLY is only ONE and not
 a whole company which could make money out of their own.
 (yes, unseren bahlten means that already, but it would make it just
 easier to understand... In my opinion, I can't speak for everyone.
 bezahlten Entwickler und den Server für weitere *663 Tage* finanzieren.

 Or even better: transform $ into € [euro]
 Hm, interesting idea. Is that to provide a point of reference? Some of
 that money is held in US dollars, so it would mean the balance would
 change not just with the actual balance changing but with currency
 conversion rates too.
 Well, It's like telling a german guy a recepie for a nice cake and use
 lbs and cups.
 the first thing he is going to do is going to google and calculate it out.
 If you grow up with °C °F will be weird for you and so it's the other
 way round.

I'd be fine with putting a conversion too once the website
infrastructure can support it, but for the reasons mentioned I'm
reluctant to replace the actual value with it.




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Re: [freenet-support] Floating point division by zero.

2014-06-25 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 06/25/2014 02:17 PM, Matthew Toseland wrote:
 On 08/06/14 18:49, Steve Dougherty wrote:
 On 06/05/2014 04:52 PM, usr...@schusterlampe.com wrote:
 Hello,

 in your software: FreenetInstaller-1462.exe under XP occurs while
 installing: Floating point division by zero-error. Installion aborts.

 bye
 usr123
 The Freenet installer no longer supports Windows XP. Windows XP reached
 End of Life in April 2014, and no longer receives security fixes.
 However I believe this bug was fixed?

It was fixed in in build 1463, yes. [0] XP's days are numbered for even
more reasons: .NET 4.5 does not support XP, everything Vista and up
does, [1] and there's an in-development tray app written in it.

[0] https://freenetproject.org/news.html#build01463
[1] http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb822049%28v=vs.110%29.aspx



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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet 0.7.5 build 1463 released

2014-06-15 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 06/15/2014 07:48 PM, Jep wrote:
 On 15-Jun-14 3:30 AM, Steve Dougherty :
 
 - Translation updates for Freenet, Freemail, FlogHelper, and KeyUtils
 thanks to volunteers on Transifex. To upgrade a plugin, reload it from
 the Plugins page and check Remove the plugin from the cache.
 
 On reloading the KeyUtils plugin a 'not in archive' error creeps in due
 to some (encoded) character somehow added after the filename KeyUtils.jar.
 The error can be corrected by copying the key, remove that %21 and add
 the key manually.

Thanks for the report.

Odd, I'm not able to reproduce the problem. The key looks completely
fine in the source code too:
https://github.com/freenet/fred-staging/blob/next/src/freenet/pluginmanager/OfficialPlugins.java#L49

Could this be some problem with locale-dependent encoding? What is your
system locale?

Is it only when reloading? Does it happen when loading from scratch too?



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[freenet-support] Freenet 0.7.5 build 1463 released

2014-06-14 Thread Steve Dougherty
Freenet 0.7.5 build 1463 is now available.

The Windows installer runs on Windows XP again. In 1462 it failed on XP
with the error message Floating point division by zero. If you are
still running XP, please upgrade! It is no longer supported by Microsoft
and is not secure. [0] We will drop support for installing on XP in a
future release.

In this release:

- Translation updates for Freenet, Freemail, FlogHelper, and KeyUtils
thanks to volunteers on Transifex. To upgrade a plugin, reload it from
the Plugins page and check Remove the plugin from the cache.
- Update default bookmarks.
- Code cleanup.
- Fix seed node problems.

Thank you for using Freenet!

- Steve Dougherty

[0] http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/end-support-help



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Re: [freenet-support] Floating point division by zero.

2014-06-08 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 06/05/2014 04:52 PM, usr...@schusterlampe.com wrote:
 Hello,
 
 in your software: FreenetInstaller-1462.exe under XP occurs while
 installing: Floating point division by zero-error. Installion aborts.
 
 bye
 usr123

The Freenet installer no longer supports Windows XP. Windows XP reached
End of Life in April 2014, and no longer receives security fixes.



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Re: [freenet-support] Forward: Unable to install Floating point division by zero

2014-06-03 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 06/03/2014 07:21 PM, Dennis New wrote:
 On Tue, 3 Jun 2014 04:14:21 -0700 (PDT), Vladimir Mozhenkov wrote:
 I'm forwarding and translating the support request that somebody has
 left on my Youtube chan:
 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=torq43cdhMslc=z13njzzi2z2zc1rob04celjrdwurcpo5eqc0k

 Was unable to install on XP
 Java Standart Edition v.7.update 51 (build 1.7.0_51-b13).
 Error message Floating point division by zero comes up right after
 the execution of dot.exe file. Redownloaded installation file (from
 freenetproject), got the same result.
 
 Should be be offerring support for abandoned/backdoored operating
 systems?

Likely not. I'm wary of trying to provide support for an OS that doesn't
get security updates.

In addition, I don't have a copy of XP. Unless someone who has XP is
willing to maintain the Windows stuff for XP, I'd say the Freenet
installers no longer support XP.



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[freenet-support] Freenet 0.7.5 build 1462 released

2014-05-26 Thread Steve Dougherty
Freenet 0.7.5 build 1462 is now available.

There is a new Windows installer; it is signed. (Without breaking
internal integrity checks like the last release.) It can run from and
install to paths with non-English characters. Thanks romnGit! There are
currently translations for English, French, and Spanish. If you'd like
to contribute a translation for your language [0] please send it to us.
Options for contacting us include Sone, GitHub, IRC, FMS, and the
mailing list [1].

There are performance problems with some types of file downloads -
specifically bulk downloads for CHKs. We think this might be due to
unofficial performance patches negatively impacting performance for
everyone not using them. If you are running these patches we ask that
you not run them so that bulk CHK performance can be restored
network-wide. In August 2011 build 1397 enabled New Load Management,
which was intended to avoid these types of weaknesses, but it introduced
performance problems at scale and was disabled. In the long term we hope
to fix these problems and redeploy NLM, but for right now we ask that
people not use these patches.

In this release:

 * Add an opennet seed node. Thanks Juiceman!
 * Add Korean Windows tray application translation. Thanks ilbe123!
 * Fix potential security problems with malicious UPnP devices. Thanks
   to waldheinz for the report.
 * Select options by default on the Add a Friend page.
 * Omit empty plugin groups on the plugin page.
 * Avoid leaking node location in link length probe.
 * Base stats page average distance on actual location instead of 0.0.

There is a new Windows tray application in development. It is planned to
replace the current tray and launcher for new installations. Its features:

 * Hide the tray icon while Freenet continues running.
 * Change startup preferences.
 * Change which browser it launches.
 * Hopefully will be false-positived less by antiviruses that are overly
   suspicious of scripting languages.
 * Be signed.

If you want to give feedback on the tray application it is here. [2]

Thank you for using Freenet!

- Steve Dougherty

[0]
https://github.com/Thynix/Freenet_wininstaller_innosetup/tree/master/translations
[1] https://emu.freenetproject.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/devl
[2] http://downloads.freenetproject.org/FreenetTray-testing-00c0832.exe



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Re: [freenet-support] Download installer

2014-05-24 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 05/23/2014 01:45 PM, Guy wrote:
 Hi,
 
  
 
 Latest release is Freenet 0.7.5 build 1461, but the download links download
 FreenetInstaller 1459.exe.
 
  
 
 Thanks
 
  
 
 Guy

That is correct. As mentioned in the release announcement: [0]

Signing the Windows installer caused an internal integrity check to
fail, which prevented the installer from working. The Windows installer
being offered for download now is still that for build 1459. Once
installed and connected Freenet can update itself to build 1461.

- Steve

[0] https://freenetproject.org/news.html#build01461



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Re: [freenet-support] Cannot keep a connection to seeders or other strangers on Opennet

2014-04-25 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 04/11/2014 09:17 PM, Dennis New wrote:
 On Wed, 9 Apr 2014 13:36:35 -0500, Daniel Brown wrote:
 After 3 days of trying to get Freenet to work, I continue to run into
 the same issue. As soon as I log onto freenet, it goes through its
 usual Wait a few minutes while we set up and get connected, you
 should be connected 24/7 and all that.  Well I never end up
 connecting to anyone, or if I do, I max out at around 3 or 4 and then
 I lose my connection to them in a few minutes.  When I look at the
 status, they're more often than not busy, so even if I wanted to, I
 couldn't browse around.  The proper ports are open, the firewall is
 welcoming the program with open arms, and I've lost too much sleep
 trying to get this to work.  Here's the wrapper.log.  I don't know
 what other information you'll need, so I'm hoping it's enough.

 http://code.bulix.org/pk192u-86010
 
 That link seems broken now (404 error). 
 
 I'm guessing the Max strangers that you should be connected to is 8?
 What version are you running? And, in Status  Internet connection,
 does it say that your UDP Opennet port is forwarded?

I think Daniel just came back into IRC saying the problem persists. This
machine is on wireless, though with no measurable packet loss (with
ping) and an exception in the firewall for Java. Maybe excessive jitter?

I'm not sure what else to recommend checking. I know antivirus can
frequently do odd things, like corrupt files when they're downloaded in
a misguided attempt to clean them. I don't see what problem it might be
introducing here - it sounds like more of a networking problem.

Centralized seed node health stats would be useful right about now. That
and logged rejection reasons from the seed nodes.



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Re: [freenet-support] Cannot keep a connection to seeders or other strangers on Opennet

2014-04-25 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 04/25/2014 12:40 PM, Daniel Brown wrote:
 I did indeed get back onto the IRC last night.  How would I check for the
 centralized seed node health and what's the easiest way to get that
 information and the rejection reasons?

There aren't centralized seed node stats or rejection reasons as far as
I know. I'm saying they should exist - as in I hope to write them -
because a problem like yours should give far more diagnostics and we
have no idea how loaded the seed nodes are.



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Re: [freenet-support] Cannot keep a connection to seeders or other strangers on Opennet

2014-04-25 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 04/25/2014 05:44 PM, Daniel Brown wrote:
 Fair enough.  So right now I'm just kind of in limbo right now?  I mean
 I can try to scrounge through and get what information I can, but when I
 try to get to the Connections to Strangers listing while under advanced
 mode, it takes forever for it to get to that page (anywhere from 5 min -
 30 min), and sometimes it doesn't even load it.  There are times when I
 can't go through the different main menus for some reason.  It just sits
 there waiting for a response, and attempting to click the link again or
 reloading the page only helps once in a while.  I'm not willing to give

Woah now - there's some new and very surprising information. I've never
heard of such incredible slowness, and that problem is not due to the
inability to connect to strangers. It isn't trying to load anything
remote for these pages - this is something local to your machine. I
suspect such slowness may be the _cause_ of the inability to connect to
strangers.

 up on getting this to work, but I really have no idea what information I
 can give you guys at this point to help me with this problem.

What machine are you trying to run this on? Does it have a reasonable
amount of free RAM / CPU / storage? How big is your datastore? What are
Freenet's memory and bandwidth limits set to?

 
 On 4/25/2014 4:27 PM, Steve Dougherty wrote:
 On 04/25/2014 12:40 PM, Daniel Brown wrote:
 I did indeed get back onto the IRC last night.  How would I check for
 the
 centralized seed node health and what's the easiest way to get that
 information and the rejection reasons?
 There aren't centralized seed node stats or rejection reasons as far as
 I know. I'm saying they should exist - as in I hope to write them -
 because a problem like yours should give far more diagnostics and we
 have no idea how loaded the seed nodes are.



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[freenet-support] Freenet 0.7.5 build 1461 released

2014-03-30 Thread Steve Dougherty
Freenet 0.7.5 build 1461 is now available.

The Mac and Linux web installers are now properly signed. The Windows
installer is now signed too. Translation updates for Fred, Freemail,
FlogHelper, and KeyUtils are included - largely thanks to volunteers on
Transifex. There are also translation updates for Web of Trust, but Web
of Trust staging is not stable enough to be deployed.

Build 1460 contained all these things but it was signed, which prevented
some types of coexistance with unsigned libraries. Signing is postponed
until a future release.

In this release:
 * Add Brazilian Portuguese translation.
 * Update Swedish, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese
   translations.
 * Add CSS filter support for nth psuedoclasses. Thanks paul@jCa8...!
 * Limit length of log displayed on startup page. Thanks vwoodzell!
 * Fix store location stats checking the wrong store. Thanks Matthias
   Treydte!
 * Update default jSite bookmark.
 * Fix JPEG filter omitting extension code.
 * Fix a bug that prevented Sone from inserting updates when physical
   security was set high enough.

Changes in Freemail:
 * Add German, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese, Portuguese, and
   Simplified Chinese translations.
 * Update French and Norwegian translations.
 * Fix a bug that prevented working with LCWoT.
 * Fix labelling SMTP bind address configuration option as IMAP.

Changes in FlogHelper:
 * Add Italian and Traditional Chinese translations.
 * Update French and German translations.

Changes in KeyUtils:
 * Add French, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese, and Simplified Chinese
   translations.

Changes in JSTUN:
 * Update STUN server list.

Thank you for using Freenet!

- Steve Dougherty



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Re: [freenet-support] How to get rid of Google Chrome

2014-03-30 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 03/26/2014 06:51 AM, Etienne Frisque wrote:
 I’m new in your system and I can’t find the right way to start freenet with 
 Firefox instead of Google.
 Thank you , have a nice day/night.
 Etienne frisque.

Try opening Firefox (ideally in privacy mode) and going to the same page
the Freenet launcher opens Google Chrome to by copying and pasting the
URL into the address bar. The Freenet launcher is not doing anything
special - it is intended as a convenient way to open the main page.

It would certainly be helpful to be able to set which browser the
launcher uses, but no one has written support for doing that yet.




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Re: [freenet-support] Connecting to Freenet

2014-02-18 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 02/17/2014 07:46 PM, Nicholas Kovich wrote:
 I am running Mac OS X Mavericks. I cannot get Freenet to run by
 clicking the freenet.jar file, so I am opening Freenet within the
 terminal via the command ./run.sh start. It works, the jar file
 opens and Freenet connects for about 30 seconds until it shuts down.
 I cannot keep Freenet running for more than a minute. It just times
 out. The following is what Terminal says:
 
 Macintosh:~ nicholaskovich$ cd /Applications/Freenet 
 Macintosh:Freenet nicholaskovich$ ./run.sh start
 Latest JVM is
/System/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/1.6.0.jdk/Contents/Home
 Starting Freenet 0.7...
 Macintosh:Freenet nicholaskovich$
 
 I would greatly appreciate any help!

The terminal output you mention is the same as that when starting
Freenet successfully. Do I understand correctly that Freenet is running
and you can open http://127.0.0.1: in a web browser and interact
with Freenet? Were you able to complete the first run setup / wizard in
the browser? I wonder if there are any details about why it stops
running - can you tell us what is in the file wrapper.log in the
directory Freenet is installed to?

- Steve



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[freenet-support] Freenet 0.7.5 build 1459 released

2014-01-20 Thread Steve Dougherty
Freenet 0.7.5 build 1459 is now available. Freenet will require Java 7
or higher in a future update. Java 6 has been at End of Life since
February 2013, which means it does not receive security updates. [0]
There will be an alert warning people to upgrade before this happens.

We now have a code signing certificate, so the Java-based installer for
Mac OS X and Linux is signed, which will make it easier to run. In
future releases more things will be signed.

In this release:

 * Fix configuration page partially allowing unsupported large bandwidth
limits. (1 GBps or higher)
 * Translation updates from Transifex.
 * Network-level changes.
 * Links to release notes and developer details are now to a specific
version instead of just the latest.

Thank you for using Freenet!

- Steve Dougherty

[0] http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/eol-135779.html



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Re: [freenet-support] downloads

2014-01-12 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 01/12/2014 07:59 AM, Dennis New wrote:
 On Sun, 12 Jan 2014 08:42:49 +0100, Krzysztof wrote:
 I have some files in the download list under the note: Failed
 downloads: unknown type application/octet-stream
 I can do nothing with them: neither restart nor delete.
 What can I do now?
 
 What happens when you try to delete it? It would be interesting to see
 if wrapper.log would say anything interesting, or your log files (if
 you enable error logging.)
 
 It's possible it's a good ol' node.db4o corruption, so you can try
 (temporarily) moving/renaming that file (which will get rid of your
 queues), and try re-downloading it.

It's worth noting that we know this is a problem, we know it's awful,
and the only person (Matthew) practically capable of replacing it is
busy at university. My understanding is he plans to finally replace db4o
with a more robust flat file setup this summer.



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Re: [freenet-support] Unable to Launch Web App

2014-01-07 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 01/07/2014 12:53 AM, Brooks Russell wrote:
 Hello,
 
 I am trying to install freenet on my Mac (OS 10.5.8).
 Java Web Start is telling me
 the field iconhref has an invalid value: freenet-icon.gif
 and is unable to start the installer. Any idea how to fix this? Thanks

A fix will probably have to wait until I can get my hands on a Mac to
test it, but I'm sorry it's not working. What version of Java do you have?

You can download the installer directly instead of using Java Web Start.
See the download instructions for Linux. [0] If you'd rather not use the
terminal you can save the link to a file with a .jar extension, and then
there might be a way to run it with Java by clicking it or checking the
context menu.

- Steve

[0] https://freenetproject.org/download.html



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[freenet-support] Freenet 0.7.5 build 1458 released

2014-01-06 Thread Steve Dougherty
Freenet 0.7.5 build 1458 is now available. Google phased out Google
Code downloads, [0] so the main downloads on the website are now hosted
on Google Drive.

In this release:

 * The update notification and statistics pages link to the release
   announcement and developer details.
 * More French and Italian translation thanks to volunteers on
   Transifex. [1] The French translation has complete coverage!
 * Network-level changes thanks to Quadrocube.
 * New Freenet installations are portable: they can run without changes
   after being moved between directories. To make an existing
   installation portable shut down Freenet and edit freenet.ini to make
   these paths relative:
   * fproxy.CSSOverride (if one is specified)
   * node.masterKeyFile
   * node.downloadsDir
   * node.install.userDir
   * node.install.tempDir
   * node.install.pluginDir
   * node.install.persistentTempDir
   * node.install.cfgDir
   * node.install.runDir
   * node.install.nodeDir
   * node.install.storeDir
   * node.install.pluginStoresDir
 * On January 14th Oracle will deploy a new version of Java which
   requires code signatures from a trusted certificate authority to
   use JNLP. [2] Freenet uses JNLP to launch the Linux and Mac
   installers. We currently use self-signed certificates, which will
   stop working. We are in the process of getting a trusted certificate.

Thank you for using Freenet!

- Steve Dougherty

[0]
http://google-opensource.blogspot.se/2013/05/a-change-to-google-code-download-service.html
[1] https://www.transifex.com/projects/p/freenet/
[2]
https://blogs.oracle.com/java-platform-group/entry/new_security_requirements_for_rias



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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet on Raspberry pi

2013-12-14 Thread Steve Dougherty
On 12/08/2013 02:03 AM, u...@clovermail.net wrote:
 I figured this out, in case anyone else needs a solution in the future.
 The issue was caused by the precompiled Java Service Wrapper not
 supporting the specific ARM architecture on the Pi.

Good to hear you got it working!

 Here's the steps I took that rectified the issue (and other issues along
 the way):
 
 1. Install Oracle's JDK instead of openjdk/jre (you'll need the jdk for
 later steps)
 2. Install ant
 2. Download the latest Java Service Wrapper source from
 http://sourceforge.net/projects/wrapper/files/wrapper_src/
 3. Set your environment's $JAVA_HOME and $ANT_HOME to the locations of
 jdk and ant. If you mess those up, the wrapper compiler will tell you.
 4. Compile the wrapper (run build32.sh)
 5. Copy the generated wrapper executable in the bin directory to the
 wrapper dir in Freenet, replacing the current wrapper-linux-armhf-32
 exec in Freenet's bin

As you may have guessed from an ARM wrapper binary already being there,
this was supposed to work without additional effort. Do you have ideas
as to what's wrong with the ARM binary that's deployed with Freenet? How
can we fix it?

 6. Copy the .so file from the lib dir into Freenet's lib as
 libwrapper-linux-armhf-32.so
 7. Finally, jar up the org dir in the classes dir - jar cf wrapper.jar org.
 Copy the new wrapper.jar file into Freenet's dir.
 
 I *think* you can skip the last step if you compile the same version of
 the wrapper as the one used in Freenet. I think currently it's 3.5.20
 while the latest wrapper is 3.5.23.
 
 And finally, enjoy the perpetually high load on your pi while freenet is
 running :).
 I'm not sure how practical this is in the long run but it was fun trying
 to get it to work.
 
 Quoting u...@clovermail.net:
 
 Hi all,

 Just wondering if anyone has ever tried running Freenet on raspberry pi.

 I have the 512 MB ram model with a 700 MHz ARM processor and trying to
 run it, I get Segmentation fault.

 Is this simply a case of not enough resources?

 Did an strace on the execution and here's what I get (if that is of
 any help):

 read(10, tmem -le 1024 ] \n   then \n  ..., 8192) = 1616
 stat64(memory.autolimit, {st_mode=S_IFREG|0644, st_size=4, ...}) = 0
 write(1, Starting Freenet 0.7...\n, 24) = 24
 stat64(/media/usb/Freenet/./Freenet.pid, 0xbed07778) = -1 ENOENT (No
 such file or directory)
 stat64(/usr/local/sbin/nice, 0xbed07918) = -1 ENOENT (No such file
 or directory)
 stat64(/usr/local/bin/nice, 0xbed07918) = -1 ENOENT (No such file or
 directory)
 stat64(/usr/sbin/nice, 0xbed07918)= -1 ENOENT (No such file or
 directory)
 stat64(/usr/bin/nice, {st_mode=S_IFREG|0755, st_size=26240, ...}) = 0
 clone(child_stack=0,
 flags=CLONE_CHILD_CLEARTID|CLONE_CHILD_SETTID|SIGCHLD,
 child_tidptr=0xb6fd3068) = 16725
 wait4(-1, [{WIFSIGNALED(s)  WTERMSIG(s) == SIGSEGV}], 0, NULL) = 16725
 --- SIGCHLD (Child exited) @ 0 (0) ---
 sigreturn() = ? (mask now [QUIT])
 write(2, Segmentation fault\n, 19)= 19
 exit_group(0)   = ?


 Thanks.




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