Re: [freenet-support] Stable build 5099, network reset, please upgrade

2004-10-26 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Tue, 26 Oct 2004 00:20:40 +0100, Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
the seednodes, so upgrading should be relatively uneventful. You may be
able to use the update utility on Windows, or update.sh on Linux. If
this does not work, for example if your node connects to zero nodes
after startup, download seednodes.ref manually from
http://freenetproject.org/snapshots/ , and save it over your existing
seednodes.ref .
It's hard to know whether it updated the seednodes or not. I have contact  
with 9/4 nodes immideately after upgrading, some running 5099 but most are  
on 5089 (!) .. So, I entered config and tried updating the default  
seednodes from within there:

Oct 26, 2004 10:08:01 AM (freenet.node.SeednodesUpdater, YThread-43,  
ERROR): Seednodes read failed from seednodes.ref
java.io.FileNotFoundException: seednodes.ref (The process cannot access  
the file because it is being used by another process)
	at java.io.FileInputStream.open(Native Method)
	at java.io.FileInputStream.init(Unknown Source)
	at freenet.node.Main.readSeedStrings(Main.java:1253)
	at freenet.node.Main.reseed(Main.java:1239)
	at freenet.node.SeednodesUpdater.checkpoint(SeednodesUpdater.java:50)
	at  
freenet.node.states.maintenance.Checkpoint.checkpoint(Checkpoint.java:54)
	at freenet.node.states.maintenance.Checkpoint.received(Checkpoint.java:47)
	at freenet.node.StateChain.received(StateChain.java:177)
	at freenet.node.StateChain.received(StateChain.java:61)
	at  
freenet.node.StateChainManagingMessageHandler$ChainContainer.run(StateChainManagingMessageHandler.java:335)
	at  
freenet.node.StateChainManagingMessageHandler$ChainContainer.received(StateChainManagingMessageHandler.java:288)
	at  
freenet.node.StateChainManagingMessageHandler$ChainContainer.access$100(StateChainManagingMessageHandler.java:207)
	at  
freenet.node.StateChainManagingMessageHandler.handle(StateChainManagingMessageHandler.java:99)
	at freenet.Ticker$Event.run(Ticker.java:325)
	at freenet.thread.YThreadFactory$YThread.run(YThreadFa
ctory.java:285)

... so, no go. It seems Freenet locked access to the file itself.
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Re: [freenet-support] Stable build 5095

2004-09-05 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Fri, 3 Sep 2004 20:35:39 +0100, Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Freenet stable build 5095 is now available. Please upgrade, test, and
report bugs.
My log is filled with Too high a probability and Freenet doesn't respond  
very well :/

Sep 5, 2004 10:22:38 AM (freenet.node.rt.EdgeKludgingBinaryRunningAverage,  
YThread-184, ERROR): Too high probability: 1.005 while kludging  
[EMAIL PROTECTED] (-5 0s, 1005 1s,  
1000 total), init=0.5, index=202
java.lang.Exception: debug

	at  
freenet.node.rt.EdgeKludgingBinaryRunningAverage.kludgeValue(EdgeKludgingBinaryRunningAverage.java:82)
	at  
freenet.node.rt.EdgeKludgingBinaryRunningAverage.currentValue(EdgeKludgingBinaryRunningAverage.java:101)
	at  
freenet.node.rt.StandardNodeEstimator.pEarlyTimeout(StandardNodeEstimator.java:2049)
	at freenet.node.rt.StandardNodeStats.register(StandardNodeStats.java:148)
	at freenet.node.rt.StandardNodeStats.register(StandardNodeStats.java:187)
	at  
freenet.node.rt.NGRoutingTable.updateNewNodeStats(NGRoutingTable.java:605)
	at freenet.node.rt.NGRoutingTable.route(NGRoutingTable.java:656)
	at freenet.node.rt.FilterRoutingTable.route(FilterRoutingTable.java:73)
	at  
freenet.node.states.request.Pending.receivedRequestInitiator(Pending.java:420)
	at  
freenet.node.states.request.DataPending.receivedMessage(DataPending.java:124)
	at sun.reflect.GeneratedMethodAccessor2.invoke(Unknown Source)
	at sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(Unknown Source)
	at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Unknown Source)
	at freenet.node.State.received(State.java:143)
	at freenet.node.states.FNP.NewDataRequest.received(NewDataRequest.java:52)
	at freenet.node.StateChain.received(StateChain.java:177)
	at freenet.node.StateChain.received(StateChain.java:61)
	at  
freenet.node.StateChainManagingMessageHandler$ChainContainer.run(StateChainManagingMessageHandler.java:335)
	at  
freenet.node.StateChainManagingMessageHandler$ChainContainer.received(StateChainManagingMessageHandler.java:288)
	at  
freenet.node.StateChainManagingMessageHandler$ChainContainer.access$100(StateChainManagingMessageHandler.java:207)
	at  
freenet.node.StateChainManagingMessageHandler.handle(StateChainManagingMessageHandler.java:99)
	at freenet.Ticker$Event.run(Ticker.java:325)
	at freenet.thread.YThreadFactory$YThread.run(YThreadFactory.java:285)

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Re: [freenet-support] 5091 not doing well?

2004-08-17 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Fri, 13 Aug 2004 17:57:14 +0100, Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Other reports say it is working okay... Do you get RNFs?
On Fri, Aug 13, 2004 at 02:29:43PM +0200, Troed S?ngberg wrote:
Symptoms: Very little content browseable outside what I suspect is in my
local datastore, but some content is definitely coming in, albeit  
slowly.

Frost: Nothing. No new posts. This one is what puzzles me the most.
Solved it. For some reason my Frost went and died completely -  
reinstalling got it up and running again. That together with a reseed at  
5090 or so meant that Freenet didn't work as well as it did with my old  
nodelist and thus I thought it was a problem with 5091.

So, no worries :)
regards,
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[freenet-support] 5091 not doing well?

2004-08-13 Thread Troed Sngberg
Hi,
I'm usually the last person to complain, but I'm a bit puzzled as to how  
my 5091 node is feeling atm.

Symptoms: Very little content browseable outside what I suspect is in my  
local datastore, but some content is definitely coming in, albeit slowly.

Frost: Nothing. No new posts. This one is what puzzles me the most.
Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit)   159 (85/74/200) 
Transfers active (Transmitting/Receiving)   86 (38/48)  
Data waiting to be transferred  36 Bytes
Total amount of data transferred4,327 MiB
Uptime:   2 days,   3 hours,   41 minutes
Current routingTime: 51ms.
Pooled threads running jobs: 86 (43%)
Pooled threads which are idle: 48
Current estimated load for rate limiting: 124.5%.
Load due to thread limit = 42.5%
Load due to routingTime = 5.1% = 51ms / 1000ms = overloadLow (100%)
Load due to messageSendTimeRequest = 15.9% = 79ms / 500ms = overloadLow  
(100%)
Load due to output bandwidth limiting = 124.5% because outputBytes(979339)  
limit (786432.012 ) = outLimitCutoff (0.8) * outputBandwidthLimit  
(16384) * 60
Load due to expected inbound transfers: 14.3% because: 3747.815059482813  
req/hr * 0.0224529164599 (pTransfer) * 440356.0 bytes = 37055683  
bytes/hr expected from current requests, but maxInputBytes/minute =  
3932160 (output limit assumed smaller than input capacity) * 60 * 1.1 =  
259522560 bytes/hr target
Load due to expected outbound transfers: 40% because: 1339.59755877746  
req/hr * 0.028(972 0s, 28 1s, 1000 total) (pTransfer) * 440356.0 bytes =  
16517195 bytes/hr expected from current requests, but  
maxOutputBytes/minute = 688128 * 60 = 41287680 bytes/hr target
Current estimated load for QueryRejecting: 43%.

Estimated external pSearchFailed (based only on QueryRejections due to  
load):	0.0	
Current estimated requests per hour:	1649.974073708626	
Current global quota (requests per hour):	1577.4477016206645	
Current global quota limit from bandwidth (requests per  
hour):	4465.339383780985	
Highest seen bytes downloaded in one minute:	1819342	
Current outgoing request rate	3693.494192374193	
Current probability of a request succeeding by routing	7.9%	
Current probability of an inbound request causing a transfer outwards	3%	
Current target (best case single node) probability of a request  
succeeding	5.7%

... from the above I would say my node is doing pretty ok (although not as  
good as 5084 or thereabouts) - so is this strictly a problem of me  
accessing the node locally?

regards,
Troed
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Re: [freenet-support] RE: anonymity(NOT)

2004-08-05 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Thu, 05 Aug 2004 09:20:24 -0400 (EDT), [EMAIL PROTECTED]  
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

If you run a freenet node you know it's doing something illegal
No. I've already explained this to you. Short memory?
Do you get paid to post FUD?
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Re: [freenet-support] RE: anonymity(NOT)

2004-08-05 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Thu, 05 Aug 2004 14:24:35 -0400 (EDT), [EMAIL PROTECTED]  
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

And as I explained one does not need 100% certain knowledge of a crime  
to fit the legal requirement of knowing.  It only needs to be proven  
that you had a good reason to suspect that it is so.
The very fact that we're having this conversation or the fact that it's  
in the FAQ on the site is more then enough to prove you had knowledge  
that a crime is taking place.
You're seemingly incapable of logic reasoning, but I'll try this once  
again:

*) See world.
*) See world outside USA.
*) See world outside USA lots lots bigger.
*) See people don't care about USA.
Comprende?
You're free to mail me privately and ask for additional legal help.
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Re: [freenet-support] anonymity(NOT)

2004-08-04 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Wed, 04 Aug 2004 14:35:00 -0400 (EDT), [EMAIL PROTECTED]  
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

They do have a choice, nothing is forcing them to run freenet.
It doesn't matter that they can't see exactly what their node is doing,  
but only the fact that they know what their node is probably doing.
If someone gives you a package in Mexico and ask you to carry it across  
the boarder.  You do so and customs finds it full of drugs.  It doesn't  
matter that you didn't see what was in there or even if it was locked  
and you couldn't see what was in there.  All that matters is that a  
reasonable person would know what's in there.
FUD - since Freenet has other legitimate uses. We don't prosecute ISPs  
even though we _know_ with 100% certainty that some of the groups contain  
childporn. We don't prosecute car manufacturers even though we _know_ with  
100% certainty that some cars will be used to transport drugs over  
national borders. We don't prosecute postal offices even though we know  
with 100% certainty that some packages contain childporn and some contain  
drugs.

No one running a Freenet node _knows_ with 100% certainty that he/she is  
trafficking anything illegal.

On the other hand, I don't live in the Fascist states of America. (See  
link for explanation)

http://troed.se/index.php?subaction=showcommentsid=1091214452
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Re: [freenet-support] anonymity(NOT)

2004-08-04 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Wed, 04 Aug 2004 15:02:52 -0400 (EDT), [EMAIL PROTECTED]  
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

That's because ISPs/Mail are protected by common carrier laws, you are  
not.  They pass laws that specifically say that if a company is  
incorporated as a common carrier, then the items (or data) they  
transport aren't their responsibility.
*knocks on head*
See world.
See world outside USA.
See world outside USA lots lots bigger.
See people don't care about USA.
regards,
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(this is the last I'll write here about this. You'll find me at various  
places over the net when you want to be lectured)

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Re: [freenet-support] Re: RNFs

2004-06-24 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Thu, 24 Jun 2004 17:21:19 +0200, Someone [EMAIL PROTECTED]  
wrote:

To say it clear, a fixed IP (even when it is only fixed for a week) is  
something
special you have to pay for in germany, and no ISP will give you  
something for
free if he can actually charge a good ammount of extra money for it.
... just to balance things out then: In Sweden it's uncommon to get a new  
IP that often, you can usually hold on to it for quite some time. The  
second biggest DSL-operator (Bostream) also offers static IPs for several  
of their services - no extra charge (only if you want additional ones).

I'm myself on 8/1 ADSL with a static IP, and I just got my VDSL modem in  
the mail so in 1-2 weeks I should be up on ~13-20Mbit both ways ...  
(depends on the distance to the station).

Cost?
ยค43/month.
No traffic limits. Home servers allowed.
regards,
Mr RubItIn
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[freenet-support] How to speed up Java

2004-06-15 Thread Troed Sngberg
Saw this on /. - thought it might interest someone. Especially the part  
about using the server JVM instead of client JVM when speed is an issue  
(i.e, if you have plenty of ram but you feel Freenet use too much CPU)

http://www3.sys-con.com/java/rotate2.cfm
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Re: [freenet-support] British Telecom starting mass censorship ofWeb sites

2004-06-07 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Sun, 6 Jun 2004 17:47:58 -0700 (PDT), MICHAEL BAKEMAN  
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Fuck the brits, free speach is what you make of it. Europe doesn't
know what free speach is. In my opinion, this idea will be forced upon  
the
europeans by time.
I seriously hope you're kidding. There's more free speach in Europe than  
in the US these days.

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Re: [freenet-support] Mascotte! :-)

2004-06-03 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Thu, 3 Jun 2004 17:48:20 +0200, Newsbyte [EMAIL PROTECTED]  
wrote:

Tell me what you think about it:
http://www.freenethelp.org/bux
He looks stoned.
A bit like Freenet itself - nice :)
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Re: [freenet-support] Re: Traffic usage?

2004-05-29 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Fri, 28 May 2004 18:39:14 -0400, Thomas Guyot-Sionnest [EMAIL PROTECTED]  
wrote:

That's either not that speed, or not DSL!
ADSL is 1Mbit up, 8Mbit down; SDSL is a little faster for upload, but  
slower for download (up=down)...

Even a dedicated T1 is not that fast, around 50Mbps!
Wrong list for this discussion, I just want to point out that Japan   
Europe  USA when it comes to tech.

I'm on 8/1 ADSL - which in a few weeks time is going to be 13/13 or maybe  
26/26 VDSL. I have no doubts that there is VDSL available in Japan that  
does at least 50Mbit/s.

I _do_ however agree that the quoted 100/100 most probably is  
fiber/ethernet. We have that here too, it's quite common in flats you own  
yourself in the big cities.

I'm in Sweden. If you want cool tech - move out of the US.
(Flames won't be answered, this IS the wrong forum)
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Re: [freenet-support] Re: [freenet-dev] Retiring from the project

2004-05-25 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Tue, 25 May 2004 10:51:20 -0400, Jay Oliveri [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
1) Fred takes too much CPU and RAM because it's written in Java.
I hate this depate.
It's true that object orienting uses up (a few) more bytes than non-OO  
programming, but that's trivial compared to the structuring you (can) get  
with OO vs non-OO.

JIT Java (which we're all running) is also very speedy, there's only a few  
rare instances where it's worth the trouble to replace code with something  
natively instead.

On the other hand, it's quite easy to lose control with object creation,  
and to forget how to help the GC do the work most efficiently. That has  
nothing to do with Java in itself though.

/me - professional Software Engineer, well trained in C, C++ and Java  
(although mostly J2ME)

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Re: [freenet-support] NAT Freenet

2004-04-27 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Tue, 27 Apr 2004 11:41:56 -0700, Galen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

I was thinking of P2P file transfer protocols. Bittorrent, gnutella,  
fasttrack, etc. Uploading doesn't always work really great, but  
downloading is quite decent. Bittorrent seems to have zero problems  
saturating upstream bandwidth on many torrents that are 100% behind NAT.  
I classified (mentally) freenet as a P2P, but it's more like a  
server-to-server for best performance.
Bittorrent works _really_ lousy for downloading if you don't open up a  
bunch of ports in the firewall/NAT.

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Re: [freenet-support] CS Project

2004-03-26 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Fri, 26 Mar 2004 11:15:57 +1100, Craig Burton  
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Dear Freenet,
:)

potentially use Freenet to transmit files.  We are keen to adapt or  
create a lightweight client, preferably an applet, that can talk to  
Freenet seed nodes and post files.  We are familiar with the
What you are asking is for us noderunners to open upp our Freenet via an  
API (FCP) for external use. People might be reluctant to do that, since  
ISPs might not understand that hosting Freenet-content for external  
users is done in the name of Freedom - they might just consider your open  
port a source for ... *that dreaded word about illegal pictures of  
you-know-what* and shut down your Internet access.

Thus, I'm not sure how many willing participans you'd find. I guess a  
second layer at the node could be installed that tried to filter out only  
your content for external users, but, than I'm starting to wonder what the  
point of using Freenet for this would be at all.

regards,
Troed - not an official Freenet spokesperson in any way - but considered  
quite knowledgeable about privacy.

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Re: [freenet-support] CS Project

2004-03-26 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Fri, 26 Mar 2004 16:08:55 +, Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Wrong. It's quite possible to interface to freenet on the FNP level.
Have a look at freenet/client/FNPClient.java .
... in effect, creating an applet-Fred? But without a datastore and  
history, how would those integrate with the rest of the network - and  
function?

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Re: [freenet-support] slowdom in freeville

2004-03-10 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Wed, 10 Mar 2004 12:37:34 +, Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

4. The last 3 or 4+ builds have gotten slower and dumber.
Why thank you for that informative, empirically backed and helpful bug
report.
My experience is the opposite of his, but I guess you know that the last  
stable builds have been really good already ..

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Re: [freenet-support] slowdom in freeville

2004-03-10 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Wed, 10 Mar 2004 13:44:08 +, Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

They have? In what sense? All I hear are complaints... and I usually run
unstable, because it's what gets hacked on mostly...
The huge memory leak is fixed, and transfer speeds has gone up :)  
Regarding RNFs .. well, maybe - I haven't done extensive browsing since  
the last version. I'll do that this evening and report the results, but I  
have had no problems at all inserting 30-40Mb with ok speeds recently  
with FUQID, as an example.

regards,
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Re: [freenet-support] freenet commitment settings

2004-03-09 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Tue, 9 Mar 2004 17:22:31 +, Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

{Fall2003.zip   1/ 13} Inserting 262144 bytes (try 1), HTL=25
[2004-03-08 22:15:17] {Fall2003.zip   1/ 13} Fatal error in  
insert
thread: EFCPError: connect failed: 10061
This is strange. Why is FUQID trying to connect to the node on port
10061? It should try to connect on the FCP port, NOT THE FNP PORT. Check
your config file for clientPort=some number, usually 8481.
I read that as socket error 10061 which is a fairly common error code  
from sockets ;)

http://www.qksoft.com/qk-smtp-server/socket-error.html

It does mean FCP isn't listening though.

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Re: [freenet-support] Stable build 5073

2004-03-03 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Wed, 3 Mar 2004 16:15:27 +, Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  be distributed more widely. Specifically, if the requestor cancels a
  transfer, we should still transfer the data. Of course this means that
  nodes can DoS the network by requesting data and then cancelling the
  transfer; we will instigate some sort of blacklisting to try to
  discourage this, but it is not an immediate priority.
Elaborate. Does this mean that a person who's downloading via FUQID and  
aborts the transfers (to be able to close FUQID down) might get  
blacklisted? How about trying to load lots of Freesites but not getting  
anything (fast, at least) and then closing everything down?

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[freenet-support] Interesting observations regarding performance

2004-02-18 Thread Troed Sngberg
Hi all,

I think some will find this interesting.

I've run Freenet on a Duron 900 with 512Mb ram, Windows 2000, for quite  
some time. The javaw process has consumed all available CPU, and the  
computer has been quite sluggish due to Freenet. I've also seen very low  
transfer speeds in FUQID (easiest to measure with, I think) - around  
1-2kb/s when content is found.

A few days ago I got a new system - a P4 3.2GHz, 1024Mb ram, still Windows  
2000. Freenet now consumes around 0-1% CPU-time, it has no negative effect  
whatsoever on the performance of the rest of the system, and transfer  
speeds are up to 11kb/s.

The Freenet node and contents are the same, I moved system behind my NAT  
so the Freenet network knows nothing of my change - it's all internal.

I find the above very interesting .. comments from others?

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Re: [freenet-support] Interesting observations regarding performance

2004-02-18 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Wed, 18 Feb 2004 13:42:48 +, Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Memory usage on both?
Roughly the same at ~150Mb (javaw process)

Knock down the xferrate a bit from 11kb/s, it dropped a while after I sent  
that mess (I have no good explanation) but it's still a bit higher than on  
the previous machine.

What surprised me was how transparent Freenet suddenly became, the  
difference is huge - something I cannot really justify looking at how much  
memory the old machine had and the CPU clock difference being only 3.5x.

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Re: [freenet-support] Stable build 5066 - stable branch network reset, merged rate limiting

2004-02-08 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Sun, 8 Feb 2004 02:31:14 +, Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Freenet stable build 5066 is now available. The snapshots have been
This is what 5066 did to my node vs 5065 (uptime 1 hour) :)

Couldn't connect to the network. Are you sure you have configured Freenet  
correctly? Also make sure that you are connected to the internet.

Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit)   118 (118/0/512) 
Connections blocked (Transmitting/Receiving)0 (0/0) 
Transfers active (Transmitting/Receiving)   0 (0/0) 
Data waiting to be transfered   None
Total amount of data transferred9 MiB
No one in my routing table is usig 5066 .. are they incompatible versions?

(If I'm the only one experiencing this problem I'll start checking things  
here, but all I did was to update Freenet)

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Re: [freenet-support] Re: Stable build 5066 - stable branch network reset, merged rate limiting

2004-02-08 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Sun, 08 Feb 2004 12:53:38 +0100, Someone [EMAIL PROTECTED]  
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No one in my routing table is usig 5066 .. are they incompatible  
versions?
Yes, you have to reseed your node. Please read toads message again ;-).
Ah :) I always skip down to the details on what has been changed. Never  
again!

*reseeding*

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Re: [freenet-support] Problems with linux and windows xp

2004-02-04 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Wed, 4 Feb 2004 14:01:36 +, Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Are there any incoming connections? Go to the web interface, click on
Advanced mode if necessary, and click on Open Connections. If there are
no incoming connections after 2 days, something relatively obvious is
wrong.
Second, the store folder is only 1,5MB (started from 50-100k, i
think), while the assigned space is 1,4Gb!
I've tried to update it, to download new seednodes, but nothing worked.
That supports the above theory.
Toad,

Since re-introducing NGR into stable at least my node has grinded almost  
to a halt with similar symptoms. A very small amount of connections,  
almost none transferring data, very little data going through at all - and  
I often get network is busy or data not found.

Add running out of memory often to that, and I have a very unhappy node.

Are others experiencing the same? There are seemingly almost no messages  
posted to Frost either, which would support that you are ..

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Re: [freenet-support] Problems with linux and windows xp

2004-02-04 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Wed, 4 Feb 2004 22:02:41 +, Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Are there any incoming connections? Please can we eliminate the obvious
causes first especially as others say it's not that bad? I know there's
a problem with RNFs, and all I can say is we are working on it on
unstable with the new rate limiting code.
304 :)

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Re: [freenet-support] Stable build 5061

2004-01-18 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Thu, 15 Jan 2004 17:44:31 +, Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

number of RNFs and increases the chance of finding data, but it may also
increase the overall network load.. we may have taken it too far in the
other direction in 5060. The only local cost is that it may take longer
for requests to fail.
Freenet is _very_ slow here with 5061 compared to 5060. I get loads of  
Got a really late Datareply and I also have to restart the node often  
due to OutOfMemory exceptions.

Can't comment on reachability vs 5060 - haven't done a thorough  
investigation.

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Re: [freenet-support] New node not working...500 server error from 127.0.0.1:8888.

2004-01-15 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Thu, 15 Jan 2004 08:36:38 -0500, Paul Derbyshire  
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Lastly, is this port  being exposed to the Internet going to pose
a security risk, or is the fproxy service reasonably robust against
the usual things, e.g. buffer overflow exploits. The only thing I can
That's something you get for free with Java - no buffer overflow attacks  
possible. I wish more people understood the importance of that instead of  
yelling the usual Java is slow and bloated.

/me - professional Software Engineer. Extensive C++ experience, but  
appreciative of the features in Java.

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Re: [freenet-support] Request for including your software in our database

2004-01-15 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Thu, 15 Jan 2004 19:56:22 +, Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

You may redistribute, repackage, and modify freenet as much as you like
under the terms of the GNU General Public License;
I've thought about this since yesterday's mail debate regarding signatures:

Freenet will fail its purpose if there isn't a secure way of retrieving  
official Freenet versions. Allowing anyone to host Freenet clients for  
download only makes it more likely that at some time someone will host a  
Freenet client that actively compromises anonymity - for the user of that  
client, and maybe, networked together to perform traffic analysis and  
compromise others not running that client.

This is a problem. If the Freenet CVS isn't secured enough to only allow  
core developers to submit, that need to be fixed. If it is - there's no  
problem. No one asks for releases personally certified by Toad or Ian -  
but a way to _know_ that the Freenet client comes from the Freenet project  
and not Joe Doe. I must confess that I would assume no Freenet client is  
released without someone manually checking the submitted code against  
privacy leaks, new developers shouldn't be able to submit code otherwise.

I played with the idea of mailing this list, with a spoofed from (Toad,  
client update) and a link using a few well known Internet Explorer tricks  
that hides the true URL, and see how many people I could get to download a  
fake client. I didn't, though, since I guess more than a few people here  
might be all too upset by such a little scam.

The easiest solution is to give out Freenet-links to the new versions,  
right? I'd still like to see a full blown digital signature solution, but  
in the mean time it's good enough if people already running Freenet know  
they can update their client within Freenet, from a well-known key.

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Re: [freenet-support] Stable Build 5054: Multiplexing merged!

2004-01-14 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Tue, 13 Jan 2004 20:17:04 +, Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

The main change in this build is that multiplexing has been merged  
after
weeks of development and testing. The network has been reset, so you
will need to reseed from
http://freenetproject.org/snapshots/seednodes.ref (save that over your
existing seednodes.ref and restart the node). There are likely to be

Does this mean that the stable and unstable networks have merged?
Nope. Unstable remains separate.
Yesterday's retrieval of CofE and DFI were most likely due to people  
switching from unstable to stable (bringing their cache along) when stable  
build 5054 came out. Today I can't get an activelink for CofE and DFI  
doesn't load (but I can still see the active link).

Other bookmarks work as they should, so the above is the most likely  
explanation.

Nice work recently on Freenet Toad, stable works extremely well now  
compared to just a few weeks ago!

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Re: [freenet-support] Stable Build 5054: Multiplexing merged!

2004-01-13 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Tue, 13 Jan 2004 06:00:16 +, Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

The main change in this build is that multiplexing has been merged after
weeks of development and testing. The network has been reset, so you
will need to reseed from
http://freenetproject.org/snapshots/seednodes.ref (save that over your
existing seednodes.ref and restart the node). There are likely to be
Does this mean that the stable and unstable networks have merged?

The first thing I got after upgrading and reseeding was the active links  
for Cofe and DFI - and neither were in stable as far as I know.

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Re: [freenet-support] How to update on a Windows machine??

2004-01-01 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Thu, 1 Jan 2004 9:52:02 -0600, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Things don't seem to be as straight forward on a windows machine.  For 
linux update, I just ran update.sh.  What the heck to do I do to update 
on a windows machine?  Sorry for the dumb question, but I can't find any 
simple documentation or user's guides either.
Start - Program Files - Freenet - Update Snapshot

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Re: Status report and request for help was Re: [freenet-support] Request for help: Seednodes harvesting notworking well

2003-12-31 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Wed, 31 Dec 2003 02:42:19 +, Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

I was attempting to fix the problem of there being no stable seednodes
that actually work. In other words, any new nodes (unless installed by
someone who knows what they are doing) will immediately fail, not talk
to any other nodes, and give no semblance of working. As opposed to the
usual behaviour of connecting to a few nodes and still not working :).
http://freenetproject.org/snapshots/seednodes.ref now contains several
stable noderefs, so if your stable node needs reseeding, you should be
able to do it. New nodes should be able to connect to several other
nodes and therefore become part of the network. As this will have
prevented new users from using freenet at all, it seemed to be a fairly
high priority.
I recently had my IP changed, and after that I experienced Freenet (which 
was perfectly usuable from my node before) acted worse. I thought I could 
fix it by reseeding ..

.. and that was a major mistake. Now Freenet is, for all purposes, dead 
here. I cannot even get the bookmarks of the web interface.

So - stable nodes with a working network might want to export their seeds 
so that the rest of us can join in again :) I guess the situation I ended 
up with now is the same as for new nodes - and as Toad pointed out - that 
needs to be fixed ASAP.

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Re: [freenet-support] how many existing ways to announce a new Freesite?

2003-12-10 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Wed, 10 Dec 2003 10:28:58 +0800, Stupid C [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
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as i know, current Freenet cannot be searched yet.
Freenet is just as searchable as the regular world wide web.

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Re: [freenet-support] Is there a user forum anywhere

2003-12-08 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Mon, 8 Dec 2003 10:08:27 -0800, Art Charbonneau [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
wrote:

Is there an English language forum anywhere on the WWW (or elsewhere) 
where Freenet users can assist each other?
That might be too anonymity-compromising for a lot of users. Why not use 
Frost or maybe IIP?

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Re: [freenet-support] Stable build 5048

2003-12-03 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Wed, 3 Dec 2003 20:05:52 +, Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


The one change in this build relative to 5047 is to fix a bug that was
causing the browser warning to not be sent if the user configured Opera
to identify as itself. We do check for Opera and IE, because by default
Opera ignores the MIME type like IE and therefore is vulnerable to
unfiltered HTML compromizing the user's anonymity. There was a bug in
... and for those who undoubtedly became interested in which Opera-setting 
to change, it's Preferences - File Types - Determine action by MIME type 
that should be selected.

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Re: [freenet-support] Usability improvement ideas

2003-10-31 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Fri, 31 Oct 2003 15:57:49 +, Ian Clarke [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

freenet:// handled by Opera, Firebird etc. If Freenet isn't installed, 
a redirection to http://freenet.sf.net where the download links are 
more prominently displayed.
We have debated the whole freenet:xxx thing before and there are serious 
problems with it - not least of which that it will force us to start 
maintaining a different Freenet plugin for each version of each 
different web browser, this could rapidly turn into a support nightmare. 
  Combine this with the fact that there is little other than an asthetic 
benefit to this.
You asked what is needed for general acceptance of Freenet, I replied. 
I've advocated Freenet for a long time along my peers (I'm a professional 
Software Engineer, specialising in crypto/security issues) - and trying to 
get people to visit links to http://localhost: isn't working. Other 
programs (e2dk:// I believe) do this - Freenet needs it as well.

My experience is that this is a central issue for regular people - your 
mileage may of course differ. This is a project where I would expect 
people who feel strongly about the issue to be the ones who'll maintain 
it. I'll gladly do what needs to be done towards Opera since that's my 
browser of choice.

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Re: [freenet-dev] Re: [freenet-support] Usability improvement ideas

2003-10-31 Thread Troed Sngberg
On Fri, 31 Oct 2003 18:03:33 +, Ian Clarke [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Just how are you trying to get people to visit such links?  Verbally? If
Thanks for calling Freenet advocates idiots - but the reaction is more 
pity from my side than anything else. http://localhost:; is what 
people find weird. They're used to http://; ftp://; etc and for them 
Freenet isn't serious until treated likewise.

I'll look into what needs to be done, and simply do it. It doesn't matter 
if you think it's purely cosmetic or not :)

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