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

2015-07-21 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist
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Content preview:  As i understand the whole process of back-off, just by 
observing
   what is happening with my node: There are two numbers, the first is how much
   time is left for the node to be backed off. The second is how much time it
   was backed-off for during this incident. When the first counter reaches 0,
   then it checks whether it can do things correctly now. If not, it then 
increases
   the second number (doubles it?) and then sets the first to that value and
   waits again. If it can communicate, then it decreases the second number and
   things operate normally. [...] 

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As i understand the whole process of back-off, just by observing what is
happening with my node:

There are two numbers, the first is how much time is left for the node to be
backed off. The second is how much time it was backed-off for during this
incident. When the first counter reaches 0, then it checks whether it can do
things correctly now. If not, it then increases the second number (doubles
it?) and then sets the first to that value and waits again. If it can
communicate, then it decreases the second number and things operate normally.

I wasn't able to catch how the decrease of the duration happens. And wasn't
able to find anything in documentation.

Is there something written about it, and i just missed it?
I am fine with you just pointing me to the Java class where it happens, i'll
read the code.

 - Volodya

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

2015-07-18 Thread Volodya
As i understand the whole process of back-off, just by observing what is
happening with my node:

There are two numbers, the first is how much time is left for the node to be
backed off. The second is how much time it was backed-off for during this
incident. When the first counter reaches 0, then it checks whether it can do
things correctly now. If not, it then increases the second number (doubles
it?) and then sets the first to that value and waits again. If it can
communicate, then it decreases the second number and things operate normally.

I wasn't able to catch how the decrease of the duration happens. And wasn't
able to find anything in documentation.

Is there something written about it, and i just missed it?
I am fine with you just pointing me to the Java class where it happens, i'll
read the code.

 - Volodya

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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet speed local threats

2011-12-09 Thread Volodya
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On 12/09/2011 02:26 PM, Chris wrote:
 I am looking into setting up a distribution where Tor or freenet is used
 to create a secure and anonymous environment for communicating.
 
 One of the issues with freenet is that it is slow. I haven't used it in
 many years and do understand it has gotten much better. I also am aware
 that after a few days it gets faster as popular data is retained and gets
 'cached' on your node and nearby nodes based on what those around you are
 doing.
 
 What I'm trying to figure out is what happens when your node is not on
 24/7 and you can only connect infrequently for several hours at a time.
 
 Many users have a persistent local threat that they need to be aware of.
 Leaving a server running is not an option as it could be compromised by an
 adversary.
 
 Removable media can reduce that threat. What I'm looking to find out is if
 you run a freenode from a removable media and then run a local server
 running freenode to use as one of your peers (which could be on all the
 time) does this post a threat?
 
 If no local server is run that you peer with how is the speed if you only
 connect every few days? Is running freenet for a few hours to several
 hours going to be sufficient or will it be unbearably slow?
 
 With Tor speeds are frequently severely limited. Especially with .onion
 nodes. Some non-onion servers can be accessed with significant speed
 though for sustained periods (15-300... maybe faster).

The bigger problem with Freenet isn't really speed, it's the latency (i.e. how
long it takes for the data to begin being actually downloaded after request or
be uploaded after the insert starts). That part gets better if you are connected
after some time.

Also you didn't state if you are looking for anonymous publishing or anonymous
downloading. If it's for publishing then Freenet will actually be better than
Tor for you, since after the user goes offline the content doesn't disappear,
and the adversary cannot determine the user simply by looking at patterns in the
accessibility.

However, if you are looking for something which will protect the user, who
cannot run any software for a long period of time and wants to download the
material right after going online, then perhaps something like Tor is better (at
this time).

Of course, what do i know?

  - Volodya




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Re: [freenet-support] [freenet.uservoice.com] New message: 'could this project be able to help rebui…'

2011-11-09 Thread Volodya
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On 11/10/2011 07:59 AM, Dennis Nezic wrote:
 On Thu, 10 Nov 2011 03:26:32 +, no-re...@uservoice.com wrote:
 Customer Feedback for Freenet Project Inc.

 freenet.uservoice.com [freenet.uservoice.com] New  Bug Report

 gmosph...@yahoo.com sent a message from https%3A%2F%
 2Ffreenetproject.org%2Flists.html [https%3A%2F%2Ffreenetproject.org%
 2Flists.html]



 could this project be able to help rebuild the internet in the advent
 of a society breakdown or in an apocylypse
 
 Yes.

I would suggest you start with rebuilding of agriculture and some basic medicine
supply. Freenet can't really help with that.

 - Volodya

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Re: [freenet-support] Mac OS X (Dual G5 PPC) Java 1.5

2011-08-21 Thread Volodya
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On 08/20/2011 01:34 AM, Matthew Toseland wrote:
 On Friday 12 Aug 2011 05:24:38 jimstr wrote:
 Hi - I just want to confirm that I will not be able to run freenet on my
 machine (OS 10.5.8 java 1.5).
 Upgrading to OS 10.6 (snow leopard) is impossible because of the PPC based
 architecture.

 Unless freenet can still work with java 1.5?!
 Thanks

 Yes, Freenet requires java 1.6. You may be able to get it working with 
 OpenJDK. Failing that I recommend you install a modern linux which supports 
 PPC. Debian or Gentoo would probably work on it, for example, although I 
 doubt Ubuntu supports it, and the first two distros are a bit geeky. Running 
 a network connected system with no security updates is always a bad idea.

Last Ubuntu which did PPC was 6.06, but it's quite old, and you will have hard
time installing java which is not OpenJDK there if you are not geeky enough to
work with Debian.

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Re: [freenet-support] Wondering about darknets security

2011-07-30 Thread Volodya
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On 07/29/2011 05:28 PM, Dennis Nezic wrote:
 On Tue, 26 Jul 2011 14:15:35 +0100, Matthew Toseland wrote:
 Basically, you are vulnerable to your peers (those other freenet
 nodes your node connects to). They know your IP address - they have
 to to connect to you. They can identify you. As you rightly point
 out, your peers can also, with a fair bit of work, and on various
 plausible assumptions, identify much of what you are doing on
 Freenet.
 
 When will premix routing and tunneling and onion routing be implemented?

Who will authenticate the key of the node that you tunnel to? Your peer can make
you believe that it is a whole tunnel. Even if you use two peers and then try to
find a common friend of a friend of a friend... you are still making some big
assumptions. So as i see it tunnelling can only guarantee safety when you 100%
trust your friends not to spy on you, and in that case you don't really need it.

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Re: [freenet-support] How much disk space is acceptable?

2011-07-29 Thread Volodya
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On 07/26/2011 03:20 AM, Matthew Toseland wrote:
 We need to deal with out of disk space better than we do now. We should have 
 two limits:
 Lower limit: If we have less than this amount, Freenet shuts everything down, 
 and tells the user to free up some disk space.
 Upper limit: If we have less than this amount, Freenet attempts to free some 
 up via e.g. defragging the persistent-temp blob files more enthusiastically.
 
 If the computer we are installing on has a relatively small amount of space 
 (e.g. within a factor of 2 of the default upper limit), we should ask the 
 user for the thresholds. But we need some sane defaults. What is sane? 
 5GB/1GB? 1GB/0.5GB? This may be different for different operating systems 
 (Windows/Linux/Mac) ...
 
 Also, long term, it may be possible to use multiple datastores to 
 automatically adjust our disk usage. In which case two new policies are 
 possible:
 - Use X% of my available disk space (probably with a lower limit).
 - Ensure that X GB are available for my files at all times.

Won't it be completely useless on any file system which also has the reserved
space parameter? You may have 50G free on the 1T filesystem, but if 5% is the
reserved space, that means that you are out of disk space for everybody but the
root (and some other predefined) users.

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Re: [freenet-support] Wondering about darknets security

2011-07-29 Thread Volodya
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On 07/29/2011 10:08 AM, BoBeR wrote:
 One question about darknets
 in a darknet only net
 where lets say its 10 people
 can they see stuff like linkarmageddon and other freesites or only the
 content they share on the darknet?
 if one node became a opennet hybrid will they be able to get to the rest
 of freenet and freesites?

You can only see the content that you can connect to through other people's
nodes. Therefore if you set up an island darknode then only the content that
these nodes insert will be visible (you won't even have autoupdates).

However, once one or more people start connecting to the global darknet or
opennet, others will be able to see the 'global' content through the bridge
nodes (hopefully).

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[freenet-support] Help! Comments have disappeared

2011-04-08 Thread Volodya
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Please help,

Comments ability has disappeared from my show's page. I have relied on comments
for people to contact me. I was even willing to deal with spam (ok, it was
getting hard, but i was patiently moderating everything).

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Re: [freenet-support] Help! Comments have disappeared

2011-04-08 Thread Volodya
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Sorry, i do not know how this went to this address.

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[freenet-support] Null Pointer when deleting the identity in WoT

2011-03-30 Thread Volodya
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java.lang.NullPointerException
at plugins.WebOfTrust.Identity.equals(Identity.java:669)
at java.util.HashMap.get(HashMap.java:305)
at 
plugins.WebOfTrust.WebOfTrust.computeAllScoresWithoutCommit(WebOfTrust.java:701)
at 
plugins.WebOfTrust.WebOfTrust.deleteWithoutCommit(WebOfTrust.java:1201)
at plugins.WebOfTrust.WebOfTrust.deleteIdentity(WebOfTrust.java:1987)
at
plugins.WebOfTrust.ui.web.DeleteOwnIdentityPage.make(DeleteOwnIdentityPage.java:31)
at
plugins.WebOfTrust.ui.web.WebInterfaceToadlet.handleMethodPOST(WebInterfaceToadlet.java:69)
at
plugins.WebOfTrust.ui.web.WebInterface$DeleteOwnIdentityWebInterfaceToadlet.handleMethodPOST(WebInterface.java:225)
at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method)
at 
sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(NativeMethodAccessorImpl.java:39)
at
sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.java:25)
at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:597)
at 
freenet.clients.http.ToadletContextImpl.handle(ToadletContextImpl.java:544)
at
freenet.clients.http.SimpleToadletServer$SocketHandler.run(SimpleToadletServer.java:875)
at 
freenet.support.PooledExecutor$MyThread.realRun(PooledExecutor.java:227)
at freenet.support.io.NativeThread.run(NativeThread.java:130)


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Re: [freenet-support] Null Pointer when deleting the identity in WoT

2011-03-30 Thread Volodya
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On 03/30/2011 12:46 PM, Volodya wrote:
 java.lang.NullPointerException
   at plugins.WebOfTrust.Identity.equals(Identity.java:669)
   at java.util.HashMap.get(HashMap.java:305)
   at 
 plugins.WebOfTrust.WebOfTrust.computeAllScoresWithoutCommit(WebOfTrust.java:701)
   at 
 plugins.WebOfTrust.WebOfTrust.deleteWithoutCommit(WebOfTrust.java:1201)
   at plugins.WebOfTrust.WebOfTrust.deleteIdentity(WebOfTrust.java:1987)
   at
 plugins.WebOfTrust.ui.web.DeleteOwnIdentityPage.make(DeleteOwnIdentityPage.java:31)
   at
 plugins.WebOfTrust.ui.web.WebInterfaceToadlet.handleMethodPOST(WebInterfaceToadlet.java:69)
   at
 plugins.WebOfTrust.ui.web.WebInterface$DeleteOwnIdentityWebInterfaceToadlet.handleMethodPOST(WebInterface.java:225)
   at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method)
   at 
 sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(NativeMethodAccessorImpl.java:39)
   at
 sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.java:25)
   at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:597)
   at 
 freenet.clients.http.ToadletContextImpl.handle(ToadletContextImpl.java:544)
   at
 freenet.clients.http.SimpleToadletServer$SocketHandler.run(SimpleToadletServer.java:875)
   at 
 freenet.support.PooledExecutor$MyThread.realRun(PooledExecutor.java:227)
   at freenet.support.io.NativeThread.run(NativeThread.java:130)
 
 

I did some more looking around:

To reproduce:
1. create identity with the character '!'.
2. try to delete that identity
3. You will get the exception mentioned above.


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Re: [freenet-support] Freetalk is out! (build 1360)

2011-03-30 Thread Volodya
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On 03/30/2011 04:57 PM, Dennis Nezic wrote:
 On Tue, 29 Mar 2011 13:36:43 +0100, Matthew Toseland wrote:
 Freetalk and WebOfTrust are now loadable from the Plugins page on the
 fproxy web interface.
 
 Can it communicate with FMS?

No.

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Re: [freenet-support] italian language translations

2011-02-20 Thread Volodya
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 How can install and use Frost? Please the answer may be the instructions step 
 by
 step, as you are speaking with a child.

You didn't say which Operating System you are using, so i will be generic.

You need to go to http://jtcfrost.sf.net/ and download the frost archive.
You then unpack this archive, and start it (either by running frost.sh or by
running frost.bat depending on the operating system).
After starting it will ask you to chose an identity. You need to create one, but
you will be able to create more after it starts.
Once started you go to Language - Italian, and frost will be in Italian.

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Re: [freenet-support] couple of questions

2011-02-20 Thread Volodya
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 There are 2.5 current independent forum systems in the wild. FMS, 
 Freetalk and Frost. They work well. (FMS the best. /me ducks/ :).
 
 I looked at it but I find it a little tricky: it seems it not only 
 downloads the headers of the postings but the content as well. That way it
 also downloads all kinds of kiddy porn which, of course, I don't want to
 have.
 
 Not true. At worst it downloads messages containing links to all kinds of
 evil content - if said messages are posted by people who are visible on your
 WoT. (I.e. have positive message trust).
 
 HOWEVER, Frost DOES at least potentially download actual evil content: an
 anonymous spammer can force all Frost users subscribed to a board to download
 any CHKs he wants. Frost is seriously broken.

Not strictly true. If we are talking about US/Britain then text story can be
classified as 'child pornography' (or 'kiddy porn' as it was called above). As
such any software that is used to communicate can be forced to download child
pornography without your knowledge. In fact the very e-mail client you are using
can be abused in such a way. Imagine the scenario where somebody signs up to
this e-mail list and posts pornographic story involving somebody who can be
argued to be under the age of 18, your client will download this (it has no way
to contact a lawyer before downloading each message).

Frost currently uses an old system (that is going to change) which does allow an
attacker to post small bits of any files as a message. Theoretically you will be
downloading, although frost won't recognise such file as a valid message in the
end. That was one of the ways that attacks were done on Frost. The intention
currently seems to be to allow frost to communicate via Freetalk mechanisms.

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Re: [freenet-support] Login with Mac

2011-02-12 Thread Volodya
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On 02/13/2011 01:56 AM, Fritz Franklin wrote:
 Hello,
 
 I downloaded Freenet 0.7 for Mac, registered as a new user and so forth. Then 
 I
 exited Foxfire. When I wanted to login and open Freenet again, I couldn't 
 figure
 out how. All I could find was the download page, but the software is already
 downloaded. The Rabbit Tray icon doesn't do anything when I click on it, and I
 don't see another way to open Freenet. Could you please advise me how to
 login/open Freenet on my Mac computer? Thank you.
 
 Fritz

Open the browser, and go to http://localhost:
If you will see something that means Freenet is running.

If you do not you'll need to start up the service. But i don't know how to do
that in Mac.

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Re: [freenet-support] Question about freenet DHT

2011-02-10 Thread Volodya
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On 02/10/2011 01:19 PM, Thomas Anderson wrote:
 I am very new to freenet. I read wiki[1] and some doc saying that
 freenet implements dht protocol.
 
 I am going to learn something about dht based on freenet, so I have a
 few questions.
 
 1st, is it possible for a node (supposed it is located in a data
 center) querying to know if other nodes contain a specific data/ doc
 (maybe search by e.g. file name)? So the node who issues the query
 can, for instance, do a simple counting, such as how many nodes
 currently holds the filename called license.txt.
 
 2nd, what would the right place (in source code) to start checking the
 dht related stuff? I check out the source code but do not find dht
 related comment or function. Also, freenet wiki search returns `no
 matches for dht'.
 
 I appreciate any advice.
 Thank you.
 
 
 [1]. Wikipedia.
 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Distributed_hash_table#DHT_protocols_and_implementations

That's not how Freenet works. Everything that is inserted in the global
datastore is first encrypted and error correction is added, it also splits
everything into 32K pieces each of which is inserted separately.

Therefore it is impossible to search Freenet proper for DHT hash of the specific
file. Because you only have pieces which are encrypted, and you don't know what
they mean until you have enough of them and you have also the decryption key.

Now if you do possess the decryption key, you could, on the Opennet, start
connecting to people's nodes one at the time and send them requests for pieces
that you know comprise that file.

There's much more, maybe others will help you also.

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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet 0.7.5 build 1339

2011-01-29 Thread Volodya
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On 01/29/2011 04:54 AM, Matthew Toseland wrote:
 Build 1339 is out. Please upgrade asap, it will be mandatory on Monday. The 
 main change in this build is that backoff is now separate for realtime versus 
 bulk requests. This means, hopefully, that if the performance problems 
 recently have been caused by realtime requests causing lots of backoff, this 
 will only affect realtime requests. It is investigating a theory, one of 
 several, regarding the recent problems.
 
 I am sorry that the network has behaved so badly recently, I am working on 
 it, but it is not easy.
 
 Please upgrade, and please report any and all problems you find. There is a 
 thread on FMS where I am trying to get a better understanding of what 
 problems people are seeing. So far the main reported issues seem to be:
 - Realtime requests (e.g. fproxy) are slow, and cause all or most peers to 
 get backed off.
 - Downloads are very slow.
 - Bootstrapping onto the network is slow.
 
 Thanks!
 
 
 
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- - fry@a3pdIbytnvYVKOz_Qa8SZLRKu0o - 2011.01.29 - 14:57:29GMT -

Build 1338 was great.  Would connect to 40 peers, download speed was fast.
Build 1339 will connect to 16 out of 40 peers, with half backed off.  :-(

I downgraded back to 1338, and it immediately picked back up my 40 peers.

My network is properly forwarding my Opennet port.

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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet 0.7.5 build 1334

2011-01-21 Thread Volodya
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On 01/21/2011 10:32 PM, Dennis Nezic wrote:
 On Sat, 22 Jan 2011 08:22:13 +1300, Phillip Hutchings wrote:
 So, the question then becomes, when the node is clearly receiving
 more packets than it's supposed to, why is it taking so long (many
 minutes
 -- I never actually waited to see if the flood, which consumed my
 entire connection's 80KiB/sec capacity, would eventually subside)
 for the rate to stabilize? How much time does the node give it's
 peers to stabilize their traffic, before it disconnects from them?
 And does the node accept packets from peers it is not currently
 connected to? (Ie. say we give our peers 1minute to get their s***
 straight, and then disconnect from them, I should see the flood end
 in 1 minute?)

 Mostly because development capability is limited by available people
 and testing capabilities - without a dedicated lab setup it's very
 hard to test bandwidth limiting, so the only real test is on the
 network.

 I'm sure fixing this is on the list somewhere, but we either need to
 pitch in and code it or wait for someone else to have time.
 
 I'm curious, though, as to what the node currently does. (To bring us
 back to the original question of this thread.) (Yes, I should just look
 at the code myself.) Surely it does something like I just described
 above? And surely that's a simple thing? (When you refer to testing,
 you're probably referring to fine-tunning the above parameters to
 maximize efficiency ... which is all good ... except even without such
 testing, I don't see why it should take many minutes for flow to
 stabilize -- unless our grace-period for overflowing nodes is many
 minutes long?)

Please describe the formula through which to calculate the speed of the data
that you need to send to your peer, which has 19 other peers (and you have no
knowledge about the speed with which they are transmitting).

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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet 0.7.5 build 1334

2011-01-21 Thread Volodya
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 Please describe the formula through which to calculate the speed of
 the data that you need to send to your peer, which has 19 other peers
 (and you have no knowledge about the speed with which they are
 transmitting).
 
 Simple:
 
 for i in output-bandwidth
   for j in list-of-peers
 if j said it was ok to send stuff over within the last minute
   send remaining-output-bandwidth, weighted for particular peer
   end
 end
 
 In other words, the main thing is I have to explicitly say I am
 expecting stuff, and that there is an explicit timeperiod beyond which
 other peers should not continue sending me stuff, without my saying
 it's ok.
 
 Similarly, on the receiving end, I will only read packets from peers on
 my connected-list. (Yes, this is kindof like wasting bandwidth and
 dropping precious packets ... but remember this is AFTER we give our
 flooding peer ample time to settle down -- aka. this is bordering on
 malicious / ddos behavior.)

I think that would make the problem much worse:

Scenario:
You have a spike of CPU useage and your node receives little packets over 1
minute. It calculates how much it could have received more and sends all its
peers request to almost entire bandwidth. Then the CPU spike ends and it gets
swamped with about 20 times the download limit of packets. It then starts
dropping packets because it considers this an attack, hurting not only its ow
self, but others in the process.

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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet 0.7.5 build 1327 (small, preparatory)

2011-01-15 Thread Volodya
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 (Off topic hand waving, how hard is it, honestly, to have a counter on
 each incoming packet, and to only accept inputBandwidthLimit per
 second? (And perhaps to add clever debugging messages, for now, if the
 node is ever seen significantly exceeding this limit?))

How do you count the bandwidth?

Packets are discrete while bandwidth is continuous.

Let's say that you have a bandwidth limit of 5 KiB per second; now imagine that
a packet comes in that is 42 kilobits, if you download that packet in less than
a second, you have gone over your limit. But you cannot slow down half way
through a packet.

You have said that you do not think that Freenet should average things out, but
that is the only way to move from discrete to continuous math while preserving
any sense of sanity.

   - Volodya



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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet 0.7.5 build 1327 (small, preparatory)

2011-01-15 Thread Volodya
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On 01/16/2011 08:33 AM, Dennis Nezic wrote:
 On Sun, 16 Jan 2011 08:00:08 +0300, Volodya wrote:
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 (Off topic hand waving, how hard is it, honestly, to have a counter
 on each incoming packet, and to only accept inputBandwidthLimit per
 second? (And perhaps to add clever debugging messages, for now, if
 the node is ever seen significantly exceeding this limit?))

 How do you count the bandwidth?

 Packets are discrete while bandwidth is continuous.

 Let's say that you have a bandwidth limit of 5 KiB per second; now
 imagine that a packet comes in that is 42 kilobits, if you download
 that packet in less than a second, you have gone over your limit. But
 you cannot slow down half way through a packet.

 You have said that you do not think that Freenet should average
 things out, but that is the only way to move from discrete to
 continuous math while preserving any sense of sanity.
 
 True. Are Freenet's packets that big? (Smaller packet sizes would be
 one solution for better bandwidth management.) I guess the discrete
 spikes aren't really a problem though, but rather those massive and
 continuous flows that swamp my connection -- as if the packet counter
 suddenly decided to stop working altogether, or something.

I have just given an example, it had little to do with Freenet packet size.

Still what i was pointing towards is that you need to average things out over
some period of time. Perhaps the problem is in something different, but it could
be that it selects some time period that is too large or too small.

- Volodya


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[freenet-support] Never finishing downloads

2010-12-05 Thread Volodya
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- - Camel Tip t...@ja1ursbo1wwdywciflapkstdchu - 2010.12.05 - 
16:00:09GMT
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Looks like no one else has this problem, at least I don't see any complaints
like this one:
since version 1306 (I think) all my downloads end up at 100% without ever
finishing. Whether I use Frost, Fuqid or fproxy. And as many as I allow
simultaneously.
Fproxy sais 'data available' but that is of little use if all I can achieve is
'internal error'.

Using the silly download roundclick options of fproxy I can salvage a jpeg but
all rars, avi's etcetera give me an internal error at best.

Any suggestion what I can do to get it working again? Now my node is next to
useless for downloading.

Would deleting the ole nodedb4o help? Wouldn't make me happy as I've d'ld a 1
gig movie twice..

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Re: [freenet-support] Never finishing downloads

2010-12-05 Thread Volodya
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On 12/06/2010 01:35 AM, stefan.weni...@gmx.net wrote:
 - - Camel Tip t...@ja1ursbo1wwdywciflapkstdchu - 2010.12.05 -
 16:00:09GMT -

 Looks like no one else has this problem, at least I don't see any
 complaints like this one: since version 1306 (I think) all my downloads
 end up at 100% without ever finishing. 
 
 Since I updated to 1308, I had 3 downloads (started with 1307) which 
 then needed 2 days to get from 99.9% to finished, and there are 2 more 
 now sitting at 99.8% and 99.9% with last activity 2d22h ago / 3d3h 
 ago ... .
 I do not get any error messages, though, but in the log file there are 
 tons of strange entries like ... :
 Dez 05, 2010 22:22:19:265 (freenet.client.async.ClientRequestSelector, 
 CHK Request starter (60940)(8), NORMAL): Priority 1 (transient) is in 
 cooldown for another 9223370745267036542 15250282316w6d : 
 freenet.support.sectoredrandomgrabar...@10debae
 ... if that is a 15250282316 week cooldown, it's not surprising the 
 downloads are never finishing ;-)
 
 
 And then there are exceptions like ... :
 Dez 05, 2010 22:22:17:609 
 (freenet.support.SectoredRandomGrabArrayWithObject, SSK Request starter 
 (60940)(12), NORMAL): Too many sub-arrays are entirely excluded on 
 freenet.support.sectoredrandomgrabarraywithobj...@102994c:freenet.client
 s.http.bookmark.bookmarkmana...@456c5c length = 22
 java.lang.Exception: error
   at 
 freenet.support.SectoredRandomGrabArray.removeRandomLimited(SectoredRand
 omGrabArray.java:231)
   at 
 freenet.support.SectoredRandomGrabArray.removeRandom(SectoredRandomGrabA
 rray.java:147)
   at 
 freenet.support.SectoredRandomGrabArray.removeRandomTwoOnly(SectoredRand
 omGrabArray.java:312)
   at 
 freenet.support.SectoredRandomGrabArray.removeRandom(SectoredRandomGrabA
 rray.java:143)
   at 
 freenet.client.async.ClientRequestSelector.removeFirstInner(ClientReques
 tSelector.java:361)
   at 
 freenet.client.async.ClientRequestSelector.removeFirstTransient(ClientRe
 questSelector.java:175)
   at 
 freenet.client.async.ClientRequestScheduler.getBetterNonPersistentReques
 t(ClientRequestScheduler.java:401)
   at 
 freenet.client.async.ClientRequestScheduler.grabRequest(ClientRequestSch
 eduler.java:494)
   at freenet.node.RequestStarter.realRun(RequestStarter.java:133)
   at freenet.node.RequestStarter.run(RequestStarter.java:223)
   at 
 freenet.support.PooledExecutor$MyThread.realRun(PooledExecutor.java:227)
   at freenet.support.io.NativeThread.run(NativeThread.java:130)

I had a file which i have downloaded, and then accidentally removed the result.
Anyhow i have tried to redownload it (i have cache local requests on, so it's
pretty quick), but it for the second time keeps Internal Erroring at 98%.

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Re: [freenet-support] Route Not Found error

2010-12-05 Thread Volodya
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On 12/06/2010 08:43 AM, Skinner Family wrote:
 REF: Freenet 0.7.5 Build 1308
 
 Running on Win Xp Home SP3
 
 Running behind a Motorola SBG900 Modem / Wireless Router NAT
 
  
 
 Dear Support:
 
 I installed Freenet 24 hours ago and continue to get the Route Not Found 
 error. 
 I’ve read the Wiki and opened the Opennet FNP (46185), FProxy (), and FCP
 (9481) ports on my router and windows firewall.  I also forwarded the Opennet
 port plus I set port triggers for all three ports on the router (seemed like a
 good idea).  So far none of this has helped.

You do not need to forward FProxy and FCP unless you are planning to access your
home node from outside of your home... i.e. from some other computer (which can
be dangerous and compromise your anonymity under many situations).

When you have port-forwarded it usually asks you which type of traffic, did you
made sure to chose UDP and not TCP?

I use DLink router, and after some time running Freenet it needs to be restarted
(turnt off, and after about 40 seconds turnt back on). I suspect it's due to
something in it not liking prolonged UDP traffic, or maybe it's something else.

   - Volodya

 Looking at the log, there is the same recurring theme:
 
 INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/05 22:59:31 | Trying to connect to some 
 seednodes...
 
 INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/05 23:00:31 | Trying to connect to some 
 seednodes...
 
 INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/05 23:00:31 | Trying to connect to some 
 seednodes...
 
 INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/05 23:01:31 | Trying to connect to some 
 seednodes...
 
 INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/05 23:01:31 | Trying to connect to some 
 seednodes...
 
 INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/05 23:02:31 | Trying to connect to some 
 seednodes...
 
 INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/05 23:03:31 | Trying to connect to some 
 seednodes...
 
 INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/05 23:04:31 | Trying to connect to some 
 seednodes...
 
 INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/05 23:04:31 | Trying to connect to some 
 seednodes...
 
 INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/05 23:05:31 | Trying to connect to some 
 seednodes...
 
 INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/05 23:05:31 | Trying to connect to some 
 seednodes...
 
 INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/05 23:05:40 | Could not find the STUN server
 stun.fwdnet.net : java.net.UnknownHostException: stun.fwdnet.net - DNS 
 problems?
 Trying another...
 
 INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/05 23:05:51 | Successful STUN discovery from
 stun.softjoys.com!:Network interface: eth0
 
 INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/05 23:05:51 | Local IP address: 192.168.0.19
 
 INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/05 23:05:51 | Result: Firewall blocks UDP or 
 server
 down.
 
 INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/05 23:05:51 | Public IP: unknown
 
 INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/05 23:05:51 |  likely detections: 0 unlikely
 detections 0 remaining 0
 
 INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/05 23:05:51 | STUN failed: likely detections=0
 unlikely detections=0
 
 INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/05 23:05:51 | Found interface MTU: eth0 : 1500
 
 INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/05 23:05:51 | STUN failed to detect IP addresses
 
  
 
 This repeats over and over.
 
  
 
  
 
 My observations / questions:
 
 (1)  My browser (Firefox) work fine, so I know I can get on the internet (I
 assume HTTP port 80).
 
 (2)  I know nothing about forwarding ports, but I set  as the start port 
 and
 46185 as the end port – traffic is allowed both ways.
 
 (3)  The log says something about the firewall blocking UDP or the server 
 being
 the problem… I can turn off the windows firewall if that will help.
 
 (4)  I can turn off the router firewall which opens all the ports but would do
 so only briefly to help diagnose the problem.
 
  
 
 Any suggestions?
 
  
 
 Thanks,
 
 Steve
 
  
 
  
 
  
 
 
 
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[freenet-support] 2toad: 1308: ERROR in freenet.support.io.PersistentBlobTempBucket.storeTo

2010-12-03 Thread Volodya
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I noticed bunch of similar errors in logs:

Fri 03, 2010 13:31:17:737 (freenet.support.io.PersistentBlobTempBucket, Client
database access thread(9), ERROR): Found tag but is empty
Fri 03, 2010 13:31:17:737 (freenet.node.NodeClientCore$DBJobWrapper, Client
database access thread(9), ERROR): Failed to run database job tripPendingKey :
caught java.lang.NullPointerException: Active but tag null! (Other tag is also
null) shadow=false freed=false persisted=true stored=true index=17236 for
freenet.support.io.persistentblobtempbuc...@7a0793
java.lang.NullPointerException: Active but tag null! (Other tag is also null)
shadow=false freed=false persisted=true stored=true index=17236 for
freenet.support.io.persistentblobtempbuc...@7a0793
at
freenet.support.io.PersistentBlobTempBucket.storeTo(PersistentBlobTempBucket.java:263)
at 
freenet.client.async.MinimalSplitfileBlock.storeTo(MinimalSplitfileBlock.java:81)
at
freenet.client.async.SplitFileFetcherCrossSegment.decodeOrEncode(SplitFileFetcherCrossSegment.java:159)
at
freenet.client.async.SplitFileFetcherCrossSegment.onFetched(SplitFileFetcherCrossSegment.java:93)
at
freenet.client.async.SplitFileFetcherSegment.onSuccessInner(SplitFileFetcherSegment.java:451)
at
freenet.client.async.SplitFileFetcherSegment.onGotKey(SplitFileFetcherSegment.java:1831)
at
freenet.client.async.SplitFileFetcherKeyListener.handleBlock(SplitFileFetcherKeyListener.java:267)
at
freenet.client.async.ClientRequestSchedulerBase.tripPendingKey(ClientRequestSchedulerBase.java:376)
at
freenet.client.async.ClientRequestScheduler$4.run(ClientRequestScheduler.java:927)
at freenet.node.NodeClientCore$DBJobWrapper.run(NodeClientCore.java:1712)
at
freenet.support.PrioritizedSerialExecutor$Runner.run(PrioritizedSerialExecutor.java:84)
at freenet.support.PooledExecutor$MyThread.realRun(PooledExecutor.java:227)
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Re: [freenet-support] freenet opennet port

2010-12-01 Thread Volodya
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On 12/01/2010 07:06 PM, arra...@gmx.net wrote:
 Hi folks!
 Why can't I tell Freenet to use the port I want it to by altering the 
 freenet.ini ?
 E.g.: Let's say I want to hide the Freenet traffic by using the typical 
 DirectX-ports, like 47624 or 2300-2400 ... doesn't work, after changing 
 the ini Freenet does not connect any more and I have to reinstall ... 
 (sucks!)
 
 thanks!
 
 A.
 
 PS: You should put a warning somewhere, maybe a comment line in the 
 ini, or something ...

It should work fine unless something is already using those ports. It would be
helpful if you would attach the error messages you were getting, otherwise it's
impossible to help you out.

Another thing is that you must edit freenet.ini when Freenet is turnt off. If
it's on, then the ini will be overwritten when you shut it down.

  - Volodya

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Re: [freenet-support] [freenet.uservoice.com] New message: 'I'm just thinking...It would be grat ...'

2010-11-30 Thread Volodya
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Freenet sites (known as freesites) are not visible from the outside of Freenet.
But there has been talk about setting up DNS-like system on Freenet.

Currently sites are accessed by their keys followed by their name. The key is
published and others know to go to it, but it is not easy to remember if it is
not bookmarked (for which Freenet provides an interface).

- Volodya

On 11/30/2010 08:07 PM, no-re...@uservoice.com wrote:
 
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 *alol1...@yahoo.com*sent a message from
 
 http://freenet.uservoice.com/forums/8861-general/topics/8861-i-suggest-you-/filter/accepted
 
 I'm just thinking...
 
 It would be great if there were a FREE REGISTRAR managing a TLD like .free.
 People would be free to register their domain names and then use OpenDNS as an
 example to operate their websites without their country's governments spying
 eyes.
 
 Some countries (like Iran ) forbid citizens to publish politic ideas and other
 countries have censoring procedures.
 
 Do you know about free registrars ?
 
 thanks.
 
 Alfredo.
 
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Re: [freenet-support] Store Type: RAM or salt-hash ?

2010-11-08 Thread Volodya

On 07.11.2010 10:50, mike wrote:

Somehow Robert got his client cache disabled. Please could some people check

that their client cache is set to salted-hash (not ram), and is of a reasonable
size? You need to check the core settings page in advanced mode. The wizard is
supposed to set this up but it is possible there is a bug.





hi,
my Client Cashe was also set to RAM / 10MiB,
I changed it to Salt-hash.

But I accidentally found Store Type section in the Core Settings Page and it
says:
Datastore type. Currently this can be salt-hash (this is the default, stores
data on disk with a lossy hashtable and a Bloom filter), bdb-index (old store
format, not recommended), or ram (FOR TESTING ONLY, keep the index and the data
in memory, not on disk). Only use ram if you know what you are doing and have
enough RAM to store all your data (and note it will not be saved on
shutdown)! ...


my Store Type was set to RAM,
I never played with this setting, it was set default to RAM.
Should I change it to salt-hash ?


thanks
   - mike


Yes, change that to salt-hash, and then change the size to whatever amount you 
can dedicate to Freenet on the drive you've installed it on.


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Re: [freenet-support] tweaking freenet

2010-11-07 Thread Volodya

On 22.10.2010 1:21, Daniel Stork wrote:

Would someone be so kind as to offer a bit of advice about tweaking freenet.

I seriously do not understand what it is doing.

Freenet is currently averaging about 500K / sec down and 130 k /sec up.
I limited the upload to 128 k, so the uploads make sense.


Unless you explicitely state the download limit it will use 4 times as much as 
upload, so 130 * 4 = 520. I have never seen such speeds on my node, in fact 
regardless of what i put i normally see under 100K everywhere.


Do you have some very fast connections to your friends? If not what are your 
other connection settings?



However,
I have approx. 50 downloads downloading in frost and they are extremely slow,
hardly moving at all.
So I don't understand what is it doing with this enourmous amount of data it
downloads, besides using up my bandwidth limit.


The downloads via freenet take time due to latency, not really due to speed. 
What that means is that Freenet takes some time to find the data on the network 
(it is improving, but still not perfect). So most of the time you are not 
actually downloading data for your files.



Since it's downloading approx. 4 times as much as uploading every second,
and the files in my queue are hardly moving at all
What happens to the 3 out of 4 units which I did not request and are not being
relayed to someone else?


What is the payload percentage? You can see that on the stats page.
But i have actually wondered something like that myself. I have the synchronous 
connection, thus my limits are the same, and i always get slightly more outgoing 
than incoming traffic, but everybody else seems to be reporting it other way around.



Is it just constantly rewriting the datastore? This doesn't seem very efficient.

I understand that this may be necessary to cover what is actually downloaded,
However, it took about 10 minutes to download the latest frost (on priority 0)
at the rate of 500 k/sec this should
have been done in 11 seconds if it was the regular internet. In contrast freenet
downloaded approx. 55 times the amount of data
just to get this file. Isn't this way too excessive ? I would think 5-10 times
is more than enough to cover your tracks.

Also, I don't understand why freenet refuses to decode many files for minutes or
hours even after it's got 100%. It's totally unpredictable
when a file at 100% will actually decode. I'm kind of suprised this hasn't been
fixed already.
Any chance you could fix this?

And also, could someone explain the system of priorities and what's the ideal
number of threads to be concurrently downloading?
It would be great to hear something about tweaking freenet for best performance.

Thanks a lot and sorry about the many questions


Tried to answer to the best of my ability. Hopefully somebody else will come 
along and fill in the rest of the blanks.


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Re: [freenet-support] Is client cache enabled?

2010-11-07 Thread Volodya

On 06.11.2010 17:11, listen wrote:

2010/11/6 Matthew Toselandt...@amphibian.dyndns.org:

Somehow Robert got his client cache disabled. Please could some people check 
that their client cache is set to salted-hash (not ram), and is of a reasonable 
size? You need to check the core settings page in advanced mode. The wizard is 
supposed to set this up but it is possible there is a bug.


my client cache was set to ram, 10MiB.


For the most cases you will need to change that. Go to the settings page 
http://localhost:/config/node and change Client cache type? to salt-hash 
and Size of the client cache? to the size you can give Freenet on your hard drive.


Ram should be used for testing Freenet or in some cases where you may be very 
very horribly paranoid/under attack.


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Re: [freenet-support] Help neeeded

2010-10-28 Thread Volodya

On 28.10.2010 13:15, Guillaume LEROY wrote:

Hello!
I have installed Freenet (0.7.5 version #1296 rbuild01296Freenet-ext version #26
r23771) running on Vista 32 and it seemed to be working OK. I mean I have a node
ID and I can navigate and download from FMS with no problem. However, when I try
to send a message to a forum (Test as a matter of fact...), it does appear in
the inserted list, but NOT on the forum itself afterwards (even after more
than 24 h)...
I also have the same problem with Frost. If I post to a board (Newbie-help
would you believe..) my message stalls in the outbox until a message states that
it was not possible to send it. Also, may be for the same reason, all of the
boards indicated in the left window show 0 messages. If i click on any of them,
nothing happens, even I if I hit refresh... For information, when I installed
Frost I checked the box running Freenet .05 instead of .07 because I am on
Opennet and not Darknet..
Many many thanks if you can help me.
Cordially
Guillaume
PS:
by the way, same thing with Thaw... No messages sent nor received..


It is possible that the board you were sending on frost is under a DoS attack, 
this may prevent the message from being inserted.


As for FMS, it's some weird WoT thing, you many need to rate some people's trust 
lists up or something in order to see your own messages.


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Re: [freenet-support] A beginner's analysisof Freenet'smethod ofcommunication

2010-10-25 Thread Volodya

On 25.10.2010 8:24, Ichi wrote:

On 25/10/10 04:32, Volodya wrote:


On 25.10.2010 6:03, Ichi wrote:


snip


Is there any way to create a darknet comprising nodes that all see the
internet through VPN tunnels with no port forwarding?  I'm pretty sure
that the answer is no.  Or, at least, I haven't managed it so far.


Yes, it's possible. One of the main way that Internet connections are
created in Russia are to create a network connection to your ISP and
then they give you VPN access that actually takes you to the internet.
There's no problem running Freenet over such a setup.


Thanks, Volodya.  Briefly, here's what I did.  Using VirtualBx, I
created a Ubuntu Lucid VM, installed OpenVPN and XeroBank credentials,
and made three clones.  I then booted each VM, and established the VPN,
ensuring that each had a distinct IP address.

Finally, I installed Freenet on each, in darknet mode, and introduced
each node to the other three as instructed.  But they didn't connect to
each other.  As a control, I put one of them in opennet mode, and it
immediately established many connections.

snip

Ichi


The problem could be that you needed to enable allowing connections to the local 
network addresses, and before the exchange you needed to turn on including local 
address in the noderef.


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[freenet-support] Output rate ove the limit

2010-10-25 Thread Volodya

I've just refreshed the /stats/ page and i see this:
Output Rate: 145 KiB/s (of 120 KiB/s)

I would understand input being over the limit (since you can only somewhat 
control that), but output is completely under the node control isn't it?


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Re: [freenet-support] Abeginner's analysisof Freenet'smethod ofcommunication

2010-10-25 Thread Volodya

On 25.10.2010 10:42, Ichi wrote:

On 25/10/10 07:17, Volodya wrote:

On 25.10.2010 8:24, Ichi wrote:

On 25/10/10 04:32, Volodya wrote:


On 25.10.2010 6:03, Ichi wrote:


snip


Is there any way to create a darknet comprising nodes that all see the
internet through VPN tunnels with no port forwarding?  I'm pretty sure
that the answer is no.  Or, at least, I haven't managed it so far.


Yes, it's possible. One of the main way that Internet connections are
created in Russia are to create a network connection to your ISP and
then they give you VPN access that actually takes you to the internet.
There's no problem running Freenet over such a setup.


Thanks, Volodya.  Briefly, here's what I did.  Using VirtualBx, I
created a Ubuntu Lucid VM, installed OpenVPN and XeroBank credentials,
and made three clones.  I then booted each VM, and established the VPN,
ensuring that each had a distinct IP address.

Finally, I installed Freenet on each, in darknet mode, and introduced
each node to the other three as instructed.  But they didn't connect to
each other.  As a control, I put one of them in opennet mode, and it
immediately established many connections.

snip

Ichi


The problem could be that you needed to enable allowing connections to
the local network addresses, and before the exchange you needed to turn
on including local address in the noderef.

  -- Volodya


Thanks -- and I don't want them to connect locally.  I want them to
connect only via each VM's VPN, as if they were far apart.  Although I
was testing this with four VMs running on one host, for actual
implementation the VMs would be in multiple locations.


There's a difference between running locally and connecting via local ip address 
range. I'm not sure how you set up the address alocation for the different 
virtual machines, but i guess that the ip addresses would fall within LAN 
address lange.


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Re: [freenet-support] A beginner's analysis of Freenet's method ofcommunication

2010-10-24 Thread Volodya

On 24.10.2010 23:38, Daxter wrote:

From my understanding, there is a fundamental flaw in p2p technologies like 
Freenet for those that want to deploy in highly-censored countries. That is, 
it's too obvious. The censor doesn't have to know what's being transmitted, 
only that /something/ is that's outside of their control. All they have to do 
is disallow the ports on which the technology runs. Torrenters can at least get 
around this by changing the port they're using; Freenet has no such option.


Not only does Freenet have such an option, but the default ports used are 
random, thus are different for each computer it's installed on.



From my understanding of internet communication protocols, the use of udp is 
too obvious; it stands out like a sore thumb. Why not tunnel the connection 
over tcp? Wouldn't that prevent potential censors from differentiating it from 
the rest of transmitted data? As well, wouldn't it solve the closed ports issue?


It's a planned feature, but for now the protocol has no identifiable signature. 
For all intensive purposes it looks like a very long Skype conference call.


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Re: [freenet-support] A beginner's analysis of Freenet's method ofcommunication

2010-10-24 Thread Volodya

In particular I'm asking: why not tunnel connections in a manner similar to VPN?


How do you propose Freenet deals with ports not being open?

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Re: [freenet-support] A beginner's analysis of Freenet's method of communication

2010-10-24 Thread Volodya

On 25.10.2010 5:28, Dennis Nezic wrote:

On Sun, 24 Oct 2010 16:03:59 -0500, Daxter wrote:

In particular I'm asking: why not tunnel connections in a manner
similar to VPN?


You can, with darknet ... form your own ssh tunnels with friends, etc.


Not if the port is closed. SSH tunnel is created to map the external open port 
to a port on localhost. If the port is not open you still can't connect.


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Re: [freenet-support] A beginner's analysis of Freenet'smethod ofcommunication

2010-10-24 Thread Volodya

On 25.10.2010 6:03, Ichi wrote:

On 24/10/10 22:07, Volodya wrote:


In particular I'm asking: why not tunnel connections in a manner
similar to VPN?


How do you propose Freenet deals with ports not being open?

  - Volodya


Is there any way to create a darknet comprising nodes that all see the
internet through VPN tunnels with no port forwarding?  I'm pretty sure
that the answer is no.  Or, at least, I haven't managed it so far.


Yes, it's possible. One of the main way that Internet connections are created in 
Russia are to create a network connection to your ISP and then they give you VPN 
access that actually takes you to the internet. There's no problem running 
Freenet over such a setup.



Would it be enough for one node to have an open port?


If you entire network consists of up to 41 nodes, then it would be possible to 
use TCP. If you use UDP with hole punching, etc. then it would be possible to 
create the network as large as you want.



Ichi


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Re: [freenet-support] Straw poll: Should Freenet require Javascript?

2010-10-20 Thread Volodya

You know what?
Why don't you do a freenet-browser in Java ?!? Than there's anything
you want - nice GUI, and complete control 'bout what freesites can
use/do. Oh, and DAUs (dumb a** users) don't have to point their
browsers at 127.0.0.1:, what is way to difficult for them to
understand anyway.

yours
A.


There already is a Java based Freenet only browser. Unfortunately its 
development has been abandoned, and it's not very useable by now, it's shipped 
together with frost at the moment.


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Re: [freenet-support] Straw poll: Should Freenet require Javascript?

2010-10-18 Thread Volodya

On 18.10.2010 23:29, Ray Jones wrote:

On Mon, 2010-10-18 at 14:11 -0500, Ian Clarke wrote:


It would be really helpful if people could spend a little time to
understand what is being debated before they start ranting.


Try again. I subscribed to this list lastMay? I have received
perhaps a half dozen messages since then until this last week. Suddenly
I have 50 messages some dating back to June and July. The first message
I received in the bunch was the straw poll on javascript. Since then I
have carefully read every message I have received. There has been very
little discussion as to why js is needed, or I am missing a bunch of
messages, or the discussion seriously needs to be brought down to a
level that I can understand. So don't tell me to understand before I
start ranting if you are not part of the solution of helping me
understand. Until I understand, my vote still stands at no.


You misunderstood the poll question. Nobody is suggesting that freesites should 
be allowed to have JS in them, but rather Freenet's own web proxy would have JS 
in the interface. That JS would only be written by those same developers who 
today write Java code for Freenet already.


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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet 0.7.5 build 1276 and my recent absence

2010-09-14 Thread Volodya

-- you actually (hopefully) know and trust each of your peers,
unlike opennet strangers.

May be I have watched too many 007 movies, but what if one of your
trusted peers is actually a double agent?


That's a good question. Maybe someone more knowlegeable can help flesh
out the details, but I recall reading a while back that it's possible
for peers to know what is in each other's datastores/caches? (Via a
timing attack... faster retrievals imply something exists?) Although
one still has plausible deniability so long as you have at least one
non-compromised peer, so I'm not sure how meaningful this would be.


Also it's *significantly* more expensive to infiltrate a social network with a 
double agent so that everybody has one than to run one node which slowly moves 
towards a target in OpenNet.


To move in DarkNet you actually have to go and talk to a person... something 
like Hi, do you mind introducing me to some of your friends? which may work 
only sometimes.


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Re: [freenet-support] Build 1263 problem? or power outage?

2010-08-05 Thread Volodya
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On 07/31/2010 11:02 AM, Ray Jones wrote:
 On Sat, 2010-07-31 at 02:41 -0400, Dennis Nezic wrote:
 What do you mean mean the uploads/downloads page will not load? (Ie.
 does it not show the queued files, but rather something like 'Internal
 error'?)
 
 No, there is no end.Chromium will sit for hours Waiting for
 127.0.0.1.
 
 I can reload the Browse page or the Configuration pages, but /downloads
 and /uploads will not load.

I had a same problem a few times. Stopping the load process and then refreshing
the page seems to solve it.

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Re: [freenet-support] Researchers Find Way to Steal Encrypted Data

2010-06-25 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist

On 06/25/2010 07:59 PM, user1 wrote:

http://www.samrecovery.com/pressRoom-articles-researchersFind.aspx

For your info *smile*

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I saw a video showing the same but even without chilling. The way it works is 
because the data on the chip dies slowly and is partially recoverable even after 
about 30 seconds of the power down.


The story goes as such: if somebody get a physical access to your machine, you 
need to pray that they don't know what they are doing.


Freenet thus can only minimise the risk, for example by making it harder for a 
less than knowledgeable attacker or an attacker who doesn't wish to give oneself 
away to prove anything.


It's very far from that perfect anonymous system described in Songs of Distant 
Earth.


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Re: [freenet-support] Researchers Find Way to Steal Encrypted Data

2010-06-25 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist

On 06/25/2010 08:15 PM, VolodyA! V Anarhist wrote:

On 06/25/2010 07:59 PM, user1 wrote:

http://www.samrecovery.com/pressRoom-articles-researchersFind.aspx

For your info *smile*


And don't forget that Apple stores the password for its default encryption in 
plain text. Their justification is that they don't want to inconvenience a user 
by having to ask for a password to do some UI changes.


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Re: [freenet-support] Master password

2010-06-12 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist

Fred Hoffmann wrote:

Just loaded freenet.
How do I obtain the master password to get started.
Do I need to register somewhere?


I will assume that you've loaded the correct 'Freenet' (the anonymous 
distributed network node), and the have chosen some high security level 
pertaining to your computer being taken from you. In which case you are the 
person who had to chose that master password, and nobody should ever know it.


There is no registration to run a node. If you have allowed it to connect to 
strangers on the internet it will bootstrap itself automatically, if you did not 
allow for that, then you will need to already know people who run the nodes, and 
connect to them (it's more secure if you trust the people you connect to (but 
less secure if you don't), you should never connect to somebody in this manner 
whom you wouldn't trust not to try to attack your node and try to figure out 
what you have been doing).


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Re: [freenet-support] getchk getchkfile with or without compression

2010-06-07 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist

Matthew Toseland wrote:

As I understand it Chomsky defends his copyright quite vigorously (and earns a 
substantial amount of money from his work). Are you absolutely sure you have 
the right to distribute that file?


Dear Matthew,

I understand (while not 100% agree with) your reasons behind disallowing people 
from talking about anything that is copyrighted and is transferred to another 
person without permission. However, what you have said there is untrue.


In fact you are safe only because Noam Chomsky does not use libel laws to 
protect oneself, even when it would easily be a winner (such as when he is 
accused of antisemitism, holocaust denial, etc.) You have already spoken to me 
about Noam Chosmky and copyright, and i recall quite well that i've told you 
that he has never used copyright laws to take any individual to court, i have 
then informed you that there has been a torrent - file sharing site specifically 
geared to exchanging interviews, books, and other media made by Chomsky. I 
believe your argument then was that some media company that owns the copyright 
of his interview or writing may non-the-less take people to court.


The reason why i'm writing this is that this list is public and is easily found 
in search engines, thus when you say things like that on this list it creates an 
urgan legend and defames Professor Noam Chomsky. I can already see some zionist 
article:
Noam Chomsky, the self-proclaimed anarchist, has been terrorising the people by 
using the laws that he claims to oppose, in fact even the radical Freenet 
administrators who allow links to child pornography and terrorism are afraid to 
even allow a mention of the audio files with his name in them (Matthew Toseland, 
2010).


Whether you like it or not, toad; by the public that will not know enough about 
the way Freenet operates you will be seen as one of the people in charge, and 
as such when you say things on public forum about some specific person it can be 
used to show the Freenet policy. Please note, i'm not arguing to allow 
copyright infringement to be advertised on the support lists, far from it; but 
please do not make statements about individual people's character.


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Re: [freenet-support] getchk getchkfile with or without compression

2010-06-04 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist

Dennis Nezic wrote:

On Thu, 3 Jun 2010 23:56:46 -0400, Dennis Nezic wrote:

Is it possible to explicitly state the compression used with GETCHK or
GETCHKFILE or GETCHKDDIR from telnet? (I don't think these commands
are even possible in fproxy -- getting chk keys without inserting?)

When inserting files via fproxy, I think you have to explicitly decide
whether to compress or not, but that would easily lead to a different
chk key for the same file, if the GETCHK* commands don't do the same
thing.


Oh, why do we have arbitrary compression anyways, btw? :) (Arbitrary
because there is no explicit standard in the specs, as far as I know,
which can easily lead to completely different CHKs for the same file
across different versions, if the settings are even slightly changed
(ie. slightly different compression algorithm/level, or threshold for
using it, or explicit user choice, etc.)) Is the massive computer and
time overhead really necessary to reduce filesizes by 1%? (I assume
jpeg and zip and mpeg4 etc compression algorithms are already good
enough? And why the heck is all this massive overhead done THREE
times? Are gzip bzip and lzma really all /that/ different??)


This question is being asked over and over and over again, mostly by the people 
who don't bother look for the answer (in the future please at least say that you 
didn't look for it).


Think about the implications of 1% in the network that does not do path folding? 
This is 1% on every download by every person that goes out multiple hops. So you 
will be downloading 1% more, but your node will also have to carry 1% more from 
all the traffic that comes through it. This will also amount to the constant 
garbage flood attack on the network equivalent to 1% of all the data that is 
currently being inserted, pushing more content off the network, causing people 
to retry, and then reinsert more often (with the effects discussed above).


In addition to all that, the truth of the matter is that the CPU time is very 
cheap when it is compared to the network latency.


And as for the reason why there's no standard so far, it's probably because 
things are still being tweaked.


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Re: [freenet-support] getchk getchkfile with or without compression

2010-06-04 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist

Dennis Nezic wrote:

On Thu, 3 Jun 2010 23:56:46 -0400, Dennis Nezic wrote:

Is it possible to explicitly state the compression used with GETCHK or
GETCHKFILE or GETCHKDDIR from telnet? (I don't think these commands
are even possible in fproxy -- getting chk keys without inserting?)

When inserting files via fproxy, I think you have to explicitly decide
whether to compress or not, but that would easily lead to a different
chk key for the same file, if the GETCHK* commands don't do the same
thing.


Oh, why do we have arbitrary compression anyways, btw? :) (Arbitrary
because there is no explicit standard in the specs, as far as I know,
which can easily lead to completely different CHKs for the same file
across different versions, if the settings are even slightly changed
(ie. slightly different compression algorithm/level, or threshold for
using it, or explicit user choice, etc.)) Is the massive computer and
time overhead really necessary to reduce filesizes by 1%? (I assume
jpeg and zip and mpeg4 etc compression algorithms are already good
enough? And why the heck is all this massive overhead done THREE
times? Are gzip bzip and lzma really all /that/ different??)


You did hit one good point here, however, and perhaps it should be put in the 
wiki. There is almost no reason to insert zip, bzip, or other archive types into 
freenet (unless the format is important for some reason); just insert the tar, 
the node will compress it the best it can.


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Re: [freenet-support] Windows testers needed

2010-01-12 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist
Matthew Toseland пишет:
 We need some help with debugging the windows installer. There are a few 
 configurations that our windows expert doesn't have easy access to. Please 
 could you respond to this mail if you can help?
 
 We need people with:
 64-bit Windows in general
 Windows 7
 Cyrillic, Chinese, Japanese, etc (non-ASCII), versions of Windows
 Kaspersky anti-virus
 
 Thanks!

Ok, i assume the help is no longer needed.

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Re: [freenet-support] Windows testers needed

2010-01-11 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist
Matthew Toseland пишет:
 We need some help with debugging the windows installer. There are a few 
 configurations that our windows expert doesn't have easy access to. Please 
 could you respond to this mail if you can help?
 
 We need people with:
 64-bit Windows in general
 Windows 7
 Cyrillic, Chinese, Japanese, etc (non-ASCII), versions of Windows
 Kaspersky anti-virus
 
 Thanks!

I might be able to help with the cyrillic issues. But it will depend on when 
you'll get in contact with me. I'm here and there right now.

Let me know exactly what you want though.

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Re: [freenet-support] Important question about make webstie on freenet

2009-11-26 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist
Gonzalo Castro Carballo пишет:
 hello, I'd like to create a website in Freenet. I have a question I can not 
 resolve. After creating a website, how can I change the index to update the 
 website?. Do I need to create and upload a new one?. What happens then with 
 the links to the old index?. Thanks
 
 In the wiki i not see information. Thanks

If you create a freesite correctly and upload it to a USK key then all the 
links 
to the old version will get to the new version once the node of the Freenet 
user 
who has clicked on the link has seen the new version.

In other words, if the key is USK, don't worry about it too much and allow 
Freenet to recognise that you've uploaded a new version.

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Re: [freenet-support] Piracy will not be tolerated

2009-11-09 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist
bimbek пишет:
 Oh, with all the respect Matthew Toseland, you did not need to ban the 
 poor guy.
 
 I hope that one day you will not ban all of us just because some US 
 court would say that using freenet is illegal...

Actually somebody will (whether or not it will be Matthew Toseland or not i 
don't know). Since i'm sure that if Freenet will become illegal, this e-mail 
list will have to shut down, thus de-facto banning everybody from it.

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Re: [freenet-support] Piracy will not be tolerated

2009-11-09 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist
urza9...@gmail.com пишет:
 ...why would this mailing list have to shut down if Freenet was deemed
 illegal? Just because you can't run the software doesn't mean you
 can't talk about it. We (supposedly) have freedom of speech here in
 the US - I mean, murder is illegal, but you can still _talk_ about
 murder. Hell you can even run a mailing list dedicated to plotting the
 perfect murder if you wanted. Of course the list would likely be
 watched heavily by the government, and if someone was murdered in such
 a fashion everyone on the list would likely be instant suspects, but
 the list would still be legal.

I'm sure if you create supp...@murder-list.org and provide specific information 
about how to murder somebody you would get into legal trouble even in the most 
pro-free-speech countries. Of course it would depend on what it means for 
Freenet to be 'illegal'.

  - Volodya

 On Mon, Nov 9, 2009 at 11:48 AM, VolodyA! V Anarhist
 volo...@whengendarmesleeps.org wrote:
 bimbek пишет:
 Oh, with all the respect Matthew Toseland, you did not need to ban the
 poor guy.

 I hope that one day you will not ban all of us just because some US
 court would say that using freenet is illegal...
 Actually somebody will (whether or not it will be Matthew Toseland or not i
 don't know). Since i'm sure that if Freenet will become illegal, this e-mail
 list will have to shut down, thus de-facto banning everybody from it.

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Re: [freenet-support] Strange behavior of the MIME type detection

2009-10-27 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist
henri godron пишет:
 All the files where .rar files.
 Example : daemon4304-lite.part103.rar
 
 That's why it is weird...

I found that every so often when the computer is busy the node keeps the 
default 
mime for the file even when there is clearly identifiable or specified mime 
type. Try reinserting one of the files with the incorrect (non-rar) mime and 
see 
if it will miraculously get identified.

 - Volodya

 On Tue, Oct 27, 2009 at 11:30 AM, bbac...@googlemail.com 
 mailto:bbac...@googlemail.com wrote:
 
 As far as I know the node uses the file extension to guess the file
 type.
 You said you compressed into many rar files, what are the file
 extensions?
 
 Is it possible that the node guesses .rar files correctly, but fails
 with .r00, .r01, ... ?
 This would explain what you see...
 
 
 On Tue, Oct 27, 2009 at 11:11, henri godron enjoy...@gmail.com
 mailto:enjoy...@gmail.com wrote:
   Hi everyone,
  
   I splitted a file into many .rar files and there is something
 strange in the
   mime type decetion when inserting the files in my node.
   Most of them are being re-compressed (because their mime type is not
   detected as being a compressed file) and some others are being
 recognized
   correctly as rar file types.
  
   I guess this is a known behavior and i suppose the node is trying
 to guess
   the mime type not by using the extension but by opening the file
 and trying
   to 'understand' ?
  
   Maybe it's a bug, I don't know, so I'm still posting this here..
 Who knows !
   I tried to have a look at the code but I have no time right now..
  
   Cya
  
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Re: [freenet-support] Peer connections

2009-10-16 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist
l...@hushmail.com пишет:
 Hey Evan.
 
 I tried that site but it doesn't open or exist.
 I have gone to quite a few sites concerning how to forward ports 
 and so far none of them instruct how to, just this is what you 
 need to do. Frustrating to say the least.
 
 Since you say I am connected, how to I contact whoever I am 
 connected to? I have searched through all the pages of Freenet I 
 can access but nothing that shows or leads me into the path or 
 manner of trying to contact any of these connected ones.
 
 Thanks

Ok, you can be connected either to somebody you know in real life (you would 
have to trade references for that, and for that you would already have to know 
how to contact that person) or you can be connected to strangers (these are 
found for you automatically by your node, and these people you won't be able to 
contact, and neither do you need to do that).

It is possible that you want to talk to people on Freenet in general (some of 
them might be those you are connected to, but you will have no knowledge of 
that 
(and that's the point of anonymity)). To do that you need to set up one of the 
chat applications which use Freenet to transfer their messages. For example 
you can go to http://jtcfrost.sf.net/ and install that application, after that 
you create a pseudonym and can communicate using that pseudonym with other 
people.

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 On Thu, 15 Oct 2009 09:40:47 +0700 Evan Daniel eva...@gmail.com 
 wrote:
 On Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 9:41 PM,  l...@hushmail.com wrote:
 Hello people.
 I have these peers and they are connected. I am assuming
 connected to me in some manner.
 In order to connect to them, I have to give them something, 
 and/or
 get something from them.

 Where, no, how do I find their info in order to connect?
 I know I can send my noderef but where do I find theirs?

 Also, the message in the window mentions using a certain port. I
 think it says something like UDP but since I don't have that 
 page
 open please forgive me if I got the letters wrong.

 SIGH! Again, it mentions forwarding this port and I cannot seem 
 to
 understand how to do this.
 You already have everything you need to connect to them.  You can 
 tell
 because you're connected to them.  Similarly, they have everything
 they need.

 There are plenty of people who can do a better job than I 
 explaining
 how to forward a port.  Some of them have done so on this mailing
 list; some of those, recently.  I suggest checking the list 
 archives.
 Alternately, google can help:
 http://www.google.com/q=how+to+forward+a+port

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Re: [freenet-support] Forwarding ports

2009-10-09 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist
l...@hushmail.com пишет:
 Hi.
 
 If anyone has clear directions on how to forward ports could they 
 please post them here?
 
 I still need to do this but cannot find out how to do it.
 
 ThanX in advance 

This will depend on your network set-up. The thing is that the port can be 
blocked at every router that the packet encounters, so everything needs to be 
open.

Here is a very good description that will hopefully get you started (posted by 
Luke):
http://archives.freenetproject.org/message/20090930.143913.eab74afb.en.html

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Re: [freenet-support] connection assistance

2009-09-28 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist
Jonathan Bannister пишет:
 I'm having diffuclty connecting.  Can you advise?

I believe that if you go to http://www.whatismyip.com/ and put in that IP 
address that might help.

   - Volodya

 Unknown external address
 Freenet was unable to determine your external IP address (or the IP 
 address of your NAT-device or firewall). You can still exchange 
 references with other people, however this will only work if the other 
 user is not behind a NAT-device or firewall. As soon as you have 
 connected to one other user in this way, Freenet will be able to 
 determine your external IP address. You can determine your current IP 
 address and tell your node with the 'Temporary IP address hint' 
 configuration parameter http://127.0.0.1:/config/node. Also, it 
 would be a good idea to forward the ports 61616 and 27307 (UDP) on your 
 router to make it easy to connect to your node.
 
 * Temporary IP address hintTemporary hint to what our IP might be;
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Re: [freenet-support] connection assistance

2009-09-28 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist
Jonathan Bannister пишет:
 Thank you for this sugestion.  I have done this repeatedly, with no success.
 
 I note the following suggestion: it would be a good idea to forward the 
 ports 61616 and 27307 (UDP) on your router.  How is this accomplished?

That will depend on the router, and you will need to have control of it, or at 
least have the ability to explain to those in control why you need that port 
forwarded.

   - Volodya




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 To: support@freenetproject.org
 Sent: Monday, September 28, 2009 12:42 PM
 Subject: Re: [freenet-support] connection assistance
 
 
 Jonathan Bannister пишет:
 I'm having diffuclty connecting.  Can you advise?
 I believe that if you go to http://www.whatismyip.com/ and put in that IP
 address that might help.

   - Volodya

 Unknown external address
 Freenet was unable to determine your external IP address (or the IP
 address of your NAT-device or firewall). You can still exchange
 references with other people, however this will only work if the other
 user is not behind a NAT-device or firewall. As soon as you have
 connected to one other user in this way, Freenet will be able to
 determine your external IP address. You can determine your current IP
 address and tell your node with the 'Temporary IP address hint'
 configuration parameter http://127.0.0.1:/config/node. Also, it
 would be a good idea to forward the ports 61616 and 27307 (UDP) on your
 router to make it easy to connect to your node.

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   deleted after us


 

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Re: [freenet-support] connection assistance

2009-09-28 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist
bqz69 пишет:
 On Monday 28 September 2009 21.54.52 VolodyA! V Anarhist wrote:
 Jonathan Bannister пишет:
 Thank you for this sugestion.  I have done this repeatedly, with no
 success.

 I note the following suggestion: it would be a good idea to forward the
 ports 61616 and 27307 (UDP) on your router.  How is this accomplished?
 I am using firestarter firewall, and that's where I forward my ports (I am 
 using ubuntu linux)

The port may be blocked at any level *before* the firestarter even gets a 
chance 
to see it. Think of the network connection as a water pipe, if you have several 
volves prior to the one at the tip of the hose closing any single one of them 
will block the flow of water.

Router is the piece of hardware that takes the traffic it receives from one 
network and sends it to the different network. One of those networks can 
actually be seen as the cloud of the Internet (since it is connected on and 
on 
with more and more networks). At some point there is a closed port before it 
reaches the internet.

ISPs sometimes close the ports, and if you have a router in your house, it may 
have come preconfigured to close everything unless told to do otherwise. I 
honestly do not know enough at this point to help you any more... sorry.

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Re: [freenet-support] Remove all identifying content from posted files (especially audio)

2009-09-14 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist
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Brian Mearns wrote:
 On Thu, Sep 10, 2009 at 6:54 AM, SmallSister development
 smallsis...@xs4all.nl wrote:
 Brian Mearns wrote:
 I understand the basic architecture of Freenet and how it protects
 contributors, but I'm concerned that the files themselves might
 contain identifying information about the source of the file. In
 particular, for audio files such as MP3, Ogg Vorbis, and Flac. Does
 anyone have any information on making sure there are no
 fingerprints left on these files when posting?
 There is no way to be certain. There could be a future algorithm piecing
 together just enough bits from a file to identify you. Word frequency
 analysis has been used to discern likely writers of a plain text file.
 Yes, you can avoid stupid mistakes by checking for known signatures
 and removing them, but that is something that would be different for
 different file types (ogg would be somewhat different from mp3; but doc
 and pdf require totally different approaches.) It would be useful to
 have tools that can identify and remove watermarks and Freenet would be
 a great place to publish them (with source code please!)

 Peter.
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 Bugger, I didn't even think of steganographic watermarks (shame on
 me), I was thinking more in terms of meta data known to be stored with
 various file formats (like ID3 tags), but this seems to be more
 complicated than I expected. Thanks for the insight.

 -Brian

For audio and video the best approach could be to take the streams and remux
them into the same container type, then to copy only the metadata which the user
knows about (for example some audio files have autogain settings, etc).

You would still have a potential for watermarking, as Peter already pointed out,
and these watermarks will become more and more common as Internet Music Shop
software develops (this is not to assume that internet shops is the only source
of watermarked audio, other groups can watermark a file, this is most dangerous
in countries where freenet is illegal(*)).

  - Volodya


(*) An agent of the state can insert a completely legal file that one believes
would be downloaded and not hidden by average freenet user, let's say it is a
public domain humorous poem. Even those users who are completely paranoid and
run Freenet on a hidden encrypted partition may let their guard down and copy
said file outside of encrypted partition, or post it on their blog. This,
however, can be used to identify them as Freenet users, if the version of the
file distributed on Freenet has been watermarked.

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Re: [freenet-support] Very few connections on 0.5

2009-09-03 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist
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DJ's Box wrote:
 I've noticed that for some months already, my node has a very low
 number of connections (especially active ones). This is an average
 report on Open Connections page:
 
 Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit) 30 (23/7/90)
 Transfers active (Transmitting/Receiving) 9 (7/2)
 Data waiting to be transferred271 Bytes
 Total amount of data transferred  3.508 MiB
 
 What could be the reason? Is 0.5 really that small now? I've used it
 for quite a while, though.

Correct, 0,5 is very small due to the fact that new people do not join it
(because of the security vulnerabilities and other things) and people who have
used it in the past have mostly migrated to 0,7.

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Re: [freenet-support] Automating console interface

2009-08-24 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist
Michael Yip wrote:
 Hi all,
 
 I'm currently carrying out a research project on Freenet to try and
 measure the amount of information one can gain from the observable
 attributes.
 
 I was wondering if there's any way I can automate the commands through
 the Freenet console interface, in the same way one can write a shell
 script to automate shell commands?
 
 Thanks for your help in advance.
 
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If i would be doing something like this i would edit the code itself putting 
System.err.println(Attribute1 = +attribute1.toString()) of the attributes 
that 
i need to capture and then write something to parse wrapper.log file which is 
where it all will end up.

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Re: [freenet-support] ?spam? Re: Automating console interface

2009-08-24 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist
Michael Yip wrote:
 Hi,
 
 What I'm looking to do is to somehow automate the process of uploading a
   set of documents on one end of my on darknet and request the documents
 from the other end.
 
 I'm trying to measure how the HTL value and key closeness may expose the
 requester's identity.
 
 Is this possible?
 
 Thanks,
 
 Michael

Well, i see a couple of ways you can approach downloading and uploading. First 
you can use some of the pre-existing FCP libraries 
(http://wiki.freenetproject.org/FreenetDevTools) and write something quick with 
that, you also can do that via plug-ins, although i honestly am not sure about 
the intricacies of it.

You also can just open the port and write to it, the FCP is quite straight 
forward if if you don't need anything complicated it's trivial to set-up 
(http://wiki.freenetproject.org/FreenetFCPSpec2Point0) in order to insert 
something you would send ClientHello to the node, and get a response, then send 
ClientPut with UploadFrom=disk; you then would wait until the file completes. 
To 
download the file you would ClienHello and ClienGet prividing the URL that was 
generated as the result of insert.

All this would get the node to do the work, it will *not* expose the internal 
attributes to you, to do this you would have to dig inside the code of Freenet. 
Of course you can set logging to MINIMAL and see what already gets logged, 
(look 
at the actual logs, not only at wrapper.log).

   - Volodya

 VolodyA! V Anarhist wrote:
 Michael Yip wrote:
 Hi all,

 I'm currently carrying out a research project on Freenet to try and
 measure the amount of information one can gain from the observable
 attributes.

 I was wondering if there's any way I can automate the commands through
 the Freenet console interface, in the same way one can write a shell
 script to automate shell commands?

 Thanks for your help in advance.

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 System.err.println(Attribute1 = +attribute1.toString()) of the attributes 
 that 
 i need to capture and then write something to parse wrapper.log file which 
 is 
 where it all will end up.

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Re: [freenet-support] How can a system administrator detect active freenodes?

2009-08-21 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist
Luke771 wrote:
 Alex Pyattaev wrote:
 Ok people, I'll try to adopt my own freenode to track the users that 
 try to connect to freenet. If I come up with solution, I'll indeed 
 tell you. Hope I'll ban some nasty users before you make a patch, so 
 that I can sleep well knowing that my bosses will never know about the 
 freenet users in the LAN=)

 What you're doing here is catching Opennet users. Pure Darknet users 
 wont be that easy to catch.

He has stated that the network does not allow P2P applications running 
Freenet 
as pure darknet will technically be F2F, now we can start arguing whether F2F 
is a subset of P2P or a distinctly different thing. But if we accept that F2F 
and P2P are different, then people who haven't enabled Opennet are actually not 
violating that particular network's guidelines.

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Re: [freenet-support] How can a system administrator detect active freenodes?

2009-08-21 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist
Evan Daniel wrote:
 On Fri, Aug 21, 2009 at 9:59 AM, VolodyA! V
 Anarhistvolo...@whengendarmesleeps.org wrote:
 Luke771 wrote:
 Alex Pyattaev wrote:
 Ok people, I'll try to adopt my own freenode to track the users that
 try to connect to freenet. If I come up with solution, I'll indeed
 tell you. Hope I'll ban some nasty users before you make a patch, so
 that I can sleep well knowing that my bosses will never know about the
 freenet users in the LAN=)

 What you're doing here is catching Opennet users. Pure Darknet users
 wont be that easy to catch.
 He has stated that the network does not allow P2P applications running 
 Freenet
 as pure darknet will technically be F2F, now we can start arguing whether 
 F2F
 is a subset of P2P or a distinctly different thing. But if we accept that F2F
 and P2P are different, then people who haven't enabled Opennet are actually 
 not
 violating that particular network's guidelines.
 
 Except that it's really, really obvious that friends are a subset of
 peers.  See definition of peers.  In a computing context, peers is as
 distinct from client/server etc.  This is a silly argument, and any
 sysadmin will (rightly) tell you you're an idiot if you try to make
 it.
 
 Evan Daniel

The issue with my university was that P2P applications do not let anybody 
control who connects to your computer. Each person has to be responsible for 
the 
connections being made to the machine. Clearly F2F network is *not* a subset of 
P2P under that light. So many users will (rightly) call you an idiot (since we 
were not discussing peers and friends, but P2P and F2F).

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[freenet-support] internal error - node.db4o

2009-07-03 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist
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- From Frost (since nobody seems to be using Freenet from development team):

- - Anonymous - 2009.06.30 - 08:18:42GMT -

I had message internal error in download/upload queue
I moved file node.db4o to backup directory - and now everything works. But i
lost all my download/upload keys. Anybody knows if there is any chance to get
them back? just keys or filenames...
i tried some tools for db4o database but don't work. is it encrypted or 
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Re: [freenet-support] Assistance

2009-06-30 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist
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 I got Frost from the alpha/plugins directory at
 downloads.freenetproject.org.  However, no worries there.  I downloaded
 Frost again, removed the old, and tried from scratch - and bingo, it's
 working.  I did the same with Freemail, and it is suddenly working also,
 lol.  Evidently, third time is the charm. 

Perhaps something has corrupted the configuration or something else like that.

 I am coming to the conclusion that being stubborn is an asset in this
 business.

Yes, but strangely enough for me most of things just work when it comes to
Freenet. I don't know if it's my karma or i just don't notice some bumps which
attract people, but i hope it stays that way. There are things which are
horribly uncomfortable to use, but then i end up changing them so that they are
suitable for me.

FMS for example is being mirrored to Frost by me, because i find Frost to be
better. So if you want to read FMS without the need to post there, you just
subscribe to the board fms-NAME.OF.BOARD substituting the name of the board on
FMS and bingo, you are reading the messages (timestamps and senders are
preserved, even threads work if i happen to receive the messages more or less in
order).

 WoT and Freetalk are still not working - not even after a reinstall of
 the unofficial plugins - but as somebody just pointed out, they are
 still a work in progress. 

I have not tried these yet.

 Does anyone know when Freenet 0.8 is expected?  I understand Freetalk
 will be bundled with it, and I hope it can be persuaded to work by then.



 Many thanks for all the help!

No problems, if you need more you can always ask on Frost, there are many people
who will be willing to help... and many trolls too, but you can ignore them.

 Kate

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Re: [freenet-support] Assistance

2009-06-29 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist
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Kathryn A. Graham wrote:
 Thanks so much to Luke and others for your response!  I am attempting to
 implement Frost as I type this, and I got a good laugh over sending IP
 address to the NSA.  I tried Freetalk as well, with the same result as
 FMS.  No captchas downloaded no matter what I did.  As you can tell by
 the delay in my answering your message, I tried it for a couple of
 days.  I think it is safe to say that no captchas were *going* to
 download, which concerns me.  There is evidently something in my
 configuration that is preventing me from using Web of Trust, although I
 can't figure out what it is.
 
 I have forwarded ports 11231, 57881, 9481 through my router and opened
 them through my firewall (Zone Alarm Pro) as well.  I have confirmed
 that Windows Firewall is *not* running.  I have also rebooted several
 times. g  If there is something else I should check, I would
 appreciate learning about it.  My Windows version is XP Pro, latest
 updates and service packs.
 
 I've just minimized this message and noticed that Frost is hung at about
 2/3 in its starting sequence.  I am now going to go drink a large cup of
 hemlock.  sigh
 
 A few moments later, it wants me to check my node is running - but it
 says it will start anyway.  Node is definitely running.  I have
 confirmed that the service is running, and through the web interface, I
 can see that I am connected to one friend and 11 strangers.  Now Frost
 is using about 55 percent of my CPU and doing nothing that I can see,
 but the splash screen has finally gone away.  
 
 An hour later - my HD is being accessed like crazy, but still no sign of
 any application.  I'm clearly going to have to reboot.
 
 Terribly, terribly frustrating.  And the guy that maintains the active
 links page wants new sites announced in FMS, so even if I do get Frost
 working, somehow I still have to get Web of Trust stuff working also. 
 I'm about to throw up my hands and give up.  Not worth it.  Damned
 shame, too - I'd already created a flog and an active link - needed only
 to write first blog entry and get it up there.  Gr. 
 
 Please - any help greatly appreciated.
 
 Kate

I can't help you with FMS, i've given up on that (i'm not going to rant about
it). It's still used by a few people but from what my node picks up there are
significantly more active conversations on Frost, unfortunately developers have
stopped reading all the bug reports there *cough*.

The problem seems to be that something has stopped Frost connecting to your
node. Is your node running on the same machine? If so then you did *not* need to
forward 9481 port on the router, but you might have needed to open it on Zone
Alarm anyhow (i'm not sure). Now, Zone Alarm also keeps track of what
applications try to access the network, Frost needs to be one of them, even
though it only accesses the node (and i believe you can specify that) it needs
to have that access, otherwise that might be causing the problem.

Can you check that and get back to me on the list?

 - Volodya

P.S. You don't want to post the Node ports on the open list, because this way
others will be able to know that it's you who has connected to them. Of course
if it doesn't matter, then it's ok, but it creates an atmosphere where others
may slip and post that info also.


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Re: [freenet-support] Assistance

2009-06-29 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist
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Kathryn A. Graham wrote:
 Thanks so much to Luke and others for your response!  I am attempting to
 implement Frost as I type this, and I got a good laugh over sending IP
 address to the NSA.  I tried Freetalk as well, with the same result as
 FMS.  No captchas downloaded no matter what I did.  As you can tell by
 the delay in my answering your message, I tried it for a couple of
 days.  I think it is safe to say that no captchas were *going* to
 download, which concerns me.  There is evidently something in my
 configuration that is preventing me from using Web of Trust, although I
 can't figure out what it is.
 
 I have forwarded ports 11231, 57881, 9481 through my router and opened
 them through my firewall (Zone Alarm Pro) as well.  I have confirmed
 that Windows Firewall is *not* running.  I have also rebooted several
 times. g  If there is something else I should check, I would
 appreciate learning about it.  My Windows version is XP Pro, latest
 updates and service packs.
 
 I've just minimized this message and noticed that Frost is hung at about
 2/3 in its starting sequence.  I am now going to go drink a large cup of
 hemlock.  sigh
 
 A few moments later, it wants me to check my node is running - but it
 says it will start anyway.  Node is definitely running.  I have
 confirmed that the service is running, and through the web interface, I
 can see that I am connected to one friend and 11 strangers.  Now Frost
 is using about 55 percent of my CPU and doing nothing that I can see,
 but the splash screen has finally gone away.  
 
 An hour later - my HD is being accessed like crazy, but still no sign of
 any application.  I'm clearly going to have to reboot.
 
 Terribly, terribly frustrating.  And the guy that maintains the active
 links page wants new sites announced in FMS, so even if I do get Frost
 working, somehow I still have to get Web of Trust stuff working also. 
 I'm about to throw up my hands and give up.  Not worth it.  Damned
 shame, too - I'd already created a flog and an active link - needed only
 to write first blog entry and get it up there.  Gr. 
 
 Please - any help greatly appreciated.
 
 Kate
 
 

One more thing, if your node is on the different machine than the Frost, (which
would be the case if you had to forward port 9481) then you have to tell the
frost where to find the node before starting it. Look for 'config' directory
wherever frost is, and edit the file 'frost.ini' (when frost is not running) you
should have a line like:
availableNodes=127.0.0.1:9481

You need to change 127.0.0.1 to the ip address of where your node is.

Of course this is assuming that your node is at the different machine than 
Frost.

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Re: [freenet-support] Assistance

2009-06-29 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist
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Kathryn A. Graham wrote:
 Thanks for your suggestions, Volodya.
 
 No, my node is definitely on the same machine where I am trying to run
 Frost.  I'm on a home network, but my other half is no computer whiz,
 and I am the only one experimenting with Freenet as yet.  He will be my
 test case once I get comfortable with this stuff, and before I try to
 write any book chapters about Freenet.  If he can do it, any Windows
 user can, lol.
 
 I've checked the ZA programs listing and Frost is not listed as such -
 merely as an instance of Java.  I've given Java more access than I am
 completely comfortable with, but Frost still cannot connect to my node
 at all.   I've tried turning ZA and Avast off completely, but it still
 does not work.  The Web of Trust plugin is not working either (for
 Freetalk).  Just FMS, and only since I reinstalled it a little while
 ago.  I'm not successfully announced yet, of course, but a few captchas
 are trickling in and I can read some messages.
 
 I'm heartened by tentative success with FMS, and I'm going to reinstall
 Web of Trust and see if I can get that working now for Freetalk.
 
 Kate

This is very very strange. FMS is working when Frost isn't, perhaps an insulting
question, but where did you get the version of Frost you are running? Can you go
to the frost.ini in the config directory and check availableNodes setting?

   - Volodya

 One more thing, if your node is on the different machine than the
 Frost, (which
 would be the case if you had to forward port 9481) then you have to
 tell the
 frost where to find the node before starting it. Look for 'config'
 directory
 wherever frost is, and edit the file 'frost.ini' (when frost is not
 running) you
 should have a line like:
 availableNodes=127.0.0.1:9481

 You need to change 127.0.0.1 to the ip address of where your node is.

 Of course this is assuming that your node is at the different machine
 than Frost.

- Volodya

 


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Re: [freenet-support] freenet fails to run

2009-06-17 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist
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Egbert van der Meer wrote:
 I have installed freenet several times but I can not get it running.
 The installation itself go's with no problem but I can not get anything
 from the network.
 An earlier version of frost also does not work since no messages are
 coming in.
 Also in fuquid no blocks are received at all.
 Also it fails to download any of the bookmarks on the home page.
 If you need any more detailed information in order to pin point the
 problem I would be glad to sent it to you.
 Thank you in advance for your assistance.
 
 E.vd Meer.

Ok, i'll give it a try...

1. Have you connected to any of your friends over freenet or (alternatively)
enabled connections to strangers?
2. Did you give your Freenet node a little time to run?
3. Fuqid no longer downloads anything, node does all the downloads and inserts,
Fuqid has been hacked to work with 0,7 but it is no longer really necessary.
4. What do you mean by older version of Frost? How much older?

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[freenet-support] Please answer a quick survey on Freenet

2009-05-06 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist
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> What OS do you use for Freenet?

Ubuntu GNU/Linux 9.04

> What is your current datastore size set to?

20 GiB

> What is your output bandwidth limit set to?

220 KiB/sec

> What actual bandwidth usage do you typically get?

50 KiB/sec

> This will help us to make decisions about new performance features ...

Yippie!

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Re: [freenet-support] Please answer a quick survey on Freenet

2009-05-06 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist
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 What OS do you use for Freenet?

Ubuntu GNU/Linux 9.04

 What is your current datastore size set to?

20 GiB

 What is your output bandwidth limit set to?

220 KiB/sec

 What actual bandwidth usage do you typically get?

50 KiB/sec

 This will help us to make decisions about new performance features ...

Yippie!

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[freenet-support] Why is the development of the freenet project going so slow

2009-02-27 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist
bqz69 wrote:
> I was just wondering?
> 
> I have tried out freenet for years, but it still seems not to be ready 
> for serious use by individual people, that is the huge group of ordinary 
> people out there on the Internet, who are in serious need for a Freenet.
> 
> It can be used mostly only by small groups of smart people, who are more 
> or less programmers, really friends, closed groups or alike.
> 
> I find freenet to be a very important project, for the freedom of speech 
> of the world, but freenet seems to have stopped up in its development.
> 
> It is still quite difficult to use and setup for normal people, I find, 
> and not many people have "frinds" to exchange nodes with, in order to 
> become anonymous.
> 
> The internet is in the middle of a very fast development phase, but 
> freenet just sits there more or less sleeping.
> 
> I do not have any capabilities of programming myself, and is only a 
> possibly enduser of Freenet.
> 
> Maybe some forces do not want Freenet to develop - or maybe it is really 
> only intended for small closed groups of people?
> 
> Interested in hearing some comments *smile*

Not many people having friends is really a weird comment seeing how social
networking sites manage to gather people more and more. Even some anarchist
sites that i know of are planning to release their social network portals, and
that is incredible, seeing how you will have an argument with only two
anarchists in the same room.

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Re: [freenet-support] Why is the development of the freenet project going so slow

2009-02-27 Thread VolodyA! V Anarhist
bqz69 wrote:
 I was just wondering?
 
 I have tried out freenet for years, but it still seems not to be ready 
 for serious use by individual people, that is the huge group of ordinary 
 people out there on the Internet, who are in serious need for a Freenet.
 
 It can be used mostly only by small groups of smart people, who are more 
 or less programmers, really friends, closed groups or alike.
 
 I find freenet to be a very important project, for the freedom of speech 
 of the world, but freenet seems to have stopped up in its development.
 
 It is still quite difficult to use and setup for normal people, I find, 
 and not many people have frinds to exchange nodes with, in order to 
 become anonymous.
 
 The internet is in the middle of a very fast development phase, but 
 freenet just sits there more or less sleeping.
 
 I do not have any capabilities of programming myself, and is only a 
 possibly enduser of Freenet.
 
 Maybe some forces do not want Freenet to develop - or maybe it is really 
 only intended for small closed groups of people?
 
 Interested in hearing some comments *smile*

Not many people having friends is really a weird comment seeing how social
networking sites manage to gather people more and more. Even some anarchist
sites that i know of are planning to release their social network portals, and
that is incredible, seeing how you will have an argument with only two
anarchists in the same room.

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[freenet-support] Freenet is on the surble

2009-01-02 Thread Volodya
Freenet's web url is on SURBLE black list, somebody should take a look at how 
to 
remove it.

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[freenet-support] Freenet is on the surble

2009-01-01 Thread Volodya
Freenet's web url is on SURBLE black list, somebody should take a look at how 
to 
remove it.

http://www.surbl.org/


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[freenet-support] Freenet and firewall

2008-12-18 Thread Volodya
Luke771 wrote:
> On Tue, 16 Dec 2008 23:31:46 +0100
> "3BUIb3S50i 3BUIb3S50i" <3buib3s50i at gmail.com> wrote:
> 
>> Thank you for your reply.
>>
>>  I tried to block all traffic. Everything is blocked, except Freenet and
>> TOR.
>>
>> I wanted to allow only the IP ranges of some countries. And allow connection
>> to seednodes. This is an intermediate solution between darknet and opennet.
> 
> No, this is nonsense.
> You can run darknet, opennet, or even both side by side, but there's no such 
> thing as an 'intermediate solution' The idea of blocking whole countries 
> (based on -what? biased information from the propaganda machine?) makes no 
> sense at all. Please reconsider your position.

There was shitlist on 0,5 right before 0,7 got released. I even contributed to 
it by writing range thingy rather than being able to block a single ip at the 
time.

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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet and firewall

2008-12-18 Thread Volodya
Luke771 wrote:
 On Tue, 16 Dec 2008 23:31:46 +0100
 3BUIb3S50i 3BUIb3S50i 3buib3s...@gmail.com wrote:
 
 Thank you for your reply.

  I tried to block all traffic. Everything is blocked, except Freenet and
 TOR.

 I wanted to allow only the IP ranges of some countries. And allow connection
 to seednodes. This is an intermediate solution between darknet and opennet.
 
 No, this is nonsense.
 You can run darknet, opennet, or even both side by side, but there's no such 
 thing as an 'intermediate solution' The idea of blocking whole countries 
 (based on -what? biased information from the propaganda machine?) makes no 
 sense at all. Please reconsider your position.

There was shitlist on 0,5 right before 0,7 got released. I even contributed to 
it by writing range thingy rather than being able to block a single ip at the 
time.

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[freenet-support] Bug?

2008-12-09 Thread Volodya
Matthew Toseland wrote:
> On Sunday 07 December 2008 14:57, Volodya wrote:
>> Mel Charters wrote:
>>> Probably a bug: please report: 6 peers forcibly disconnected due to not 
>>> acknowledging packets.
>>> 6 of your peers are having severe problems (not acknowledging packets 
>>> even after 10 minutes). This is probably due to a bug in the code. 
>>> Please report it to us at the bug tracker at 
>>> https://bugs.freenetproject.org/ or to the support mailing list 
>>> support at freenetproject.org. Please include this message and what version 
>>> of the node you are running. The affected peers (you may not want to 
>>> include this in your bug report if they are darknet peers) are:
>>>
>>> * 80.67.126.33:48685
>>> * 91.114.90.176:50370
>>> * 70.252.130.137:62819
>>> * 74.192.11.111:1030
>>> * 68.164.92.215:5510
>>> * 88.115.66.96:8421
>>>
>>> Freenet 0.7 Build #1191 r24115M
>>> Freenet-ext Build #26 r23771
>>>
>>> May be from #1190. Build #1191 appeared within the last 10 hours.
>>> -- 
>>> Mel Charters
>> Have you restarted your node since Saturday at midnight?
> 
> Unfortunately that's now Tuesday...

I just got the same thing. I repeat, the bug is still there (although not as 
dominant as before).

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Re: [freenet-support] Bug?

2008-12-09 Thread Volodya
Matthew Toseland wrote:
 On Sunday 07 December 2008 14:57, Volodya wrote:
 Mel Charters wrote:
 Probably a bug: please report: 6 peers forcibly disconnected due to not 
 acknowledging packets.
 6 of your peers are having severe problems (not acknowledging packets 
 even after 10 minutes). This is probably due to a bug in the code. 
 Please report it to us at the bug tracker at 
 https://bugs.freenetproject.org/ or to the support mailing list 
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] Please include this message and what version 
 of the node you are running. The affected peers (you may not want to 
 include this in your bug report if they are darknet peers) are:

 * 80.67.126.33:48685
 * 91.114.90.176:50370
 * 70.252.130.137:62819
 * 74.192.11.111:1030
 * 68.164.92.215:5510
 * 88.115.66.96:8421

 Freenet 0.7 Build #1191 r24115M
 Freenet-ext Build #26 r23771

 May be from #1190. Build #1191 appeared within the last 10 hours.
 -- 
 Mel Charters
 Have you restarted your node since Saturday at midnight?
 
 Unfortunately that's now Tuesday...

I just got the same thing. I repeat, the bug is still there (although not as 
dominant as before).

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[freenet-support] Bug?

2008-12-07 Thread Volodya
Mel Charters wrote:
> 
> Probably a bug: please report: 6 peers forcibly disconnected due to not 
> acknowledging packets.
> 6 of your peers are having severe problems (not acknowledging packets 
> even after 10 minutes). This is probably due to a bug in the code. 
> Please report it to us at the bug tracker at 
> https://bugs.freenetproject.org/ or to the support mailing list 
> support at freenetproject.org. Please include this message and what version 
> of the node you are running. The affected peers (you may not want to 
> include this in your bug report if they are darknet peers) are:
> 
> * 80.67.126.33:48685
> * 91.114.90.176:50370
> * 70.252.130.137:62819
> * 74.192.11.111:1030
> * 68.164.92.215:5510
> * 88.115.66.96:8421
> 
> Freenet 0.7 Build #1191 r24115M
> Freenet-ext Build #26 r23771
> 
> May be from #1190. Build #1191 appeared within the last 10 hours.
> -- 
> Mel Charters

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Re: [freenet-support] Bug?

2008-12-07 Thread Volodya
Mel Charters wrote:
 
 Probably a bug: please report: 6 peers forcibly disconnected due to not 
 acknowledging packets.
 6 of your peers are having severe problems (not acknowledging packets 
 even after 10 minutes). This is probably due to a bug in the code. 
 Please report it to us at the bug tracker at 
 https://bugs.freenetproject.org/ or to the support mailing list 
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] Please include this message and what version 
 of the node you are running. The affected peers (you may not want to 
 include this in your bug report if they are darknet peers) are:
 
 * 80.67.126.33:48685
 * 91.114.90.176:50370
 * 70.252.130.137:62819
 * 74.192.11.111:1030
 * 68.164.92.215:5510
 * 88.115.66.96:8421
 
 Freenet 0.7 Build #1191 r24115M
 Freenet-ext Build #26 r23771
 
 May be from #1190. Build #1191 appeared within the last 10 hours.
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Have you restarted your node since Saturday at midnight?

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[freenet-support] Install?

2008-11-26 Thread Volodya
mihail at riseup.net wrote:
>> Can you please send me your wrapper.log? This will be in the same
>> directory as
>> the node was installed to.
> 
> Can't say I understand how to do this ...
> 
>> And are you sure that Start Freenet, Stop Freenet, Browse Freenet aren't
>> on
>> your start menu? Under "All Programs", under "The Free Network Project"
>> ...
> 
> Definitely.
> 
> I gave up on Windows and went over to the Linux side of my computer but
> didn't have any success there either.
> 
> I followed the instructions here:
> http://freenetproject.org/download.html
> 
> and got the following output:
> me at me:~$ wget
> http://downloads.freenetproject.org/alpha/installer/new_installer.jar
> --16:54:03-- 
> http://downloads.freenetproject.org/alpha/installer/new_installer.jar
>=> `new_installer.jar'
> Resolving downloads.freenetproject.org... 89.16.176.201
> Connecting to downloads.freenetproject.org|89.16.176.201|:80... connected.
> HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 302 Found
> Location:
> http://get.freenetproject.org/get.php?location=/alpha/installer/new_installer.jar
> [following]
> --16:54:03-- 
> http://get.freenetproject.org/get.php?location=/alpha/installer/new_installer.jar
>=> `get.php?location=%2Falpha%2Finstaller%2Fnew_installer.jar'
> Resolving get.freenetproject.org... 89.16.176.201
> Reusing existing connection to downloads.freenetproject.org:80.
> HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 302 Found
> Location:
> http://mirror2.freenetproject.org//alpha/installer/new_installer.jar
> [following]
> --16:54:03-- 
> http://mirror2.freenetproject.org//alpha/installer/new_installer.jar
>=> `new_installer.jar'
> Resolving mirror2.freenetproject.org... 92.243.9.147
> Connecting to mirror2.freenetproject.org|92.243.9.147|:80... connected.
> HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
> Length: 1,481,085 (1.4M) [application/java-archive]
> 
> 100%[>] 1,481,085425.35K/sETA
> 00:00
> 
> 16:54:07 (419.43 KB/s) - `new_installer.jar' saved [1481085/1481085]
> 
> me at me-laptop:~$ java -jar new_installer.jar
> Exception in thread "main" java.awt.AWTError: Cannot load AWT toolkit:
> gnu.java.awt.peer.gtk.GtkToolkit

It looks like you might be using java which is not Sun's, try running:

sudo update-java-alternatives (if you are on debian-like gnu/linux)
if you don't see something which is sun there, you will need to install that 
first.

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Re: [freenet-support] Install?

2008-11-26 Thread Volodya
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Can you please send me your wrapper.log? This will be in the same
 directory as
 the node was installed to.
 
 Can't say I understand how to do this ...
 
 And are you sure that Start Freenet, Stop Freenet, Browse Freenet aren't
 on
 your start menu? Under All Programs, under The Free Network Project
 ...
 
 Definitely.
 
 I gave up on Windows and went over to the Linux side of my computer but
 didn't have any success there either.
 
 I followed the instructions here:
 http://freenetproject.org/download.html
 
 and got the following output:
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~$ wget
 http://downloads.freenetproject.org/alpha/installer/new_installer.jar
 --16:54:03-- 
 http://downloads.freenetproject.org/alpha/installer/new_installer.jar
= `new_installer.jar'
 Resolving downloads.freenetproject.org... 89.16.176.201
 Connecting to downloads.freenetproject.org|89.16.176.201|:80... connected.
 HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 302 Found
 Location:
 http://get.freenetproject.org/get.php?location=/alpha/installer/new_installer.jar
 [following]
 --16:54:03-- 
 http://get.freenetproject.org/get.php?location=/alpha/installer/new_installer.jar
= `get.php?location=%2Falpha%2Finstaller%2Fnew_installer.jar'
 Resolving get.freenetproject.org... 89.16.176.201
 Reusing existing connection to downloads.freenetproject.org:80.
 HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 302 Found
 Location:
 http://mirror2.freenetproject.org//alpha/installer/new_installer.jar
 [following]
 --16:54:03-- 
 http://mirror2.freenetproject.org//alpha/installer/new_installer.jar
= `new_installer.jar'
 Resolving mirror2.freenetproject.org... 92.243.9.147
 Connecting to mirror2.freenetproject.org|92.243.9.147|:80... connected.
 HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
 Length: 1,481,085 (1.4M) [application/java-archive]
 
 100%[] 1,481,085425.35K/sETA
 00:00
 
 16:54:07 (419.43 KB/s) - `new_installer.jar' saved [1481085/1481085]
 
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~$ java -jar new_installer.jar
 Exception in thread main java.awt.AWTError: Cannot load AWT toolkit:
 gnu.java.awt.peer.gtk.GtkToolkit

It looks like you might be using java which is not Sun's, try running:

sudo update-java-alternatives (if you are on debian-like gnu/linux)
if you don't see something which is sun there, you will need to install that 
first.

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[freenet-support] Version 1179?

2008-11-17 Thread Volodya
Volodya wrote:
> bbackde at googlemail.com wrote:
>> Many of my peers seem to run 1179 since this morning. I got no notice
>> about this version via mailing list,
>> and my node (1178) doesn't offer me this new version for update.
>> Is something broken? update.cmd also doesn't work, see my previous
>> mail that was completely ignored ^^
>>
> 
> Same here.

Sorry, just tried ./update.sh again, and it worked.

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[freenet-support] Version 1179?

2008-11-17 Thread Volodya
bbackde at googlemail.com wrote:
> Many of my peers seem to run 1179 since this morning. I got no notice
> about this version via mailing list,
> and my node (1178) doesn't offer me this new version for update.
> Is something broken? update.cmd also doesn't work, see my previous
> mail that was completely ignored ^^
> 

Same here.


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Re: [freenet-support] Version 1179?

2008-11-16 Thread Volodya
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Many of my peers seem to run 1179 since this morning. I got no notice
 about this version via mailing list,
 and my node (1178) doesn't offer me this new version for update.
 Is something broken? update.cmd also doesn't work, see my previous
 mail that was completely ignored ^^
 

Same here.


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Re: [freenet-support] Version 1179?

2008-11-16 Thread Volodya
Volodya wrote:
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Many of my peers seem to run 1179 since this morning. I got no notice
 about this version via mailing list,
 and my node (1178) doesn't offer me this new version for update.
 Is something broken? update.cmd also doesn't work, see my previous
 mail that was completely ignored ^^

 
 Same here.

Sorry, just tried ./update.sh again, and it worked.

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[freenet-support] ARKs USKs and SSKs (from Frost)

2008-11-14 Thread Volodya
Somebody has asked me to send this (i will post the original in Russian and 
then 
the translation done by me) (please note that i don't really think that all of 
this makes sense, i'm an interpreter)

== Original ==
? USK ??? ?? ARK ? ? ??.  ?? ???: ??? 
?? ? IP,  ??? ? ??  ??? ??? ? 
 ?, ? ?? ARK ?? ?, ???  ?? ???, 
 ?? ?? ?? ?? - ? ??? ? "???" ?? ,  
?  ??? ?? . ? ??, ??, 
?? 
? ?? "" ? ?? ?? ARK ?? ? 4 
??, ??? ??? ?? ??? USK - ? ? "???"  ARK 
??? ??. ???  ? ??? , ?? ?? 
? 
? ???  IP.
? ??? ?  ?? ?? ARK ?? ??, ?? ??? 
? ??? ?? ? ??? ?? ?? ?? 5 ?? 100 ?? ? ? 
? (??? ? ??? ?? ???, ?  ?? 
 ??). ??? ?? ? ?? ?? 4, ? 44 ??? ??.

?? ??? ?? USK/SSK ?? ? ?? ? ??? 
? ?? ? ?? SSK, ? ?? ?? ???.  
??? 
??? , ??? ?? ?   SSK ? ??? ? 
???, ? ?  ??? ?  ??  ?. ? 
?, _???_ ? ???  , ??? ?? ??? ??? ? 
, 
? ??? ?? ? ?? ?? ?? ?. ? ?? (?? 
?) ?? ???   ?? ?? ?? ? ? ??? 
SSK. ?? ??   ?? ? ?  ? ?? 
SSK ? ?? ?? ? ? ??? ? ??? ??? ? ???, 
? ? ? ?? SSK. ??? ?? ? ?? 
? ?? ?? ?. ? ?,   ??? 
 ???  ?? ?? ??, ? ? ?? 
? ?? SSK - ?  ??  ??? ? ???.
? ??? ?  ??? ?? ?  ?? ? 
?? SSK ?? ? ?? ?  ? ? ??? ? 
? ? ? ???, ???  ???  ? ??. ??? 
 ?? ???, ? ? ?  ??? ?  
?? ??? : ? ?? (??? ? ?? ???), ? 
 (??  , ? ?? ? ? ? ?? ? 
 ? ???) ??? ?? ? ??? ? ?? SSK, 
??  ?? ? SSK ? ?? ?? ?? ??? ?? ? ?? 
?? - ?? ? ??? ??? ?? ? ??? (??? ?? ???  
? ?? ?? ??? ??? ??).
??? ? ? ??? ?? ARK, ? ? ?   ??? 
? ?? ?? ARK, ?? ???  ?? ? ?, 
??? 
? ?? ?  ? . ? ? ???  
?? ?, ?? ?? ?? ?? ?: ?? ARK ?? 
 ?  ??? ? "???" ?? , ?? ???  ? ?? ??? 
 ?  - ? ??? ??? ??, ?? ?  ? IP, 
?? ??   ARK.

== Translation ==
Using of USK for the implimentation of ARK has obvious downfalls. One of them 
is 
that during the rapid change of IP, for example during the change of the 
version 
of the node or during the repeated connection loss, number of ARK increases 
rapidly, and during this process there is no attempt to check if previous 
versions are still accessible; and they can "fall out" from the network, if 
almost instantaneously other nodes are restarting. As a result, as it seems, 
quite often "breaks" in the sequence of ARK appear with the length of more than 
4 versions, which is a requirement for the working of normal USK; this leads to 
the search for the "new" ARK number giving no results. This is especially 
important for the nodes working less than 24 hours a day and having a dynamic 
IP.
One solution may be a request for ARK far ahead, say a few times with the 
random 
increase of a version number from 5 to 100 related to the existing one (of 
course distributed not equally, but maybe as a reverse exponent). Or a dumb 
request for 44 rather than 4 following versions.

Another bug problem of USK/SSK is related to the algorithm of attempting repeat 
write to the existing SSK, when a specific version is provided. Node after 
finding that another programme attempts to write SSK with the already existing 
version immediately interrupts the request and notifies the programme. 
Unfortunately _ALL_ the programmes after that assume that information is 
already 
on the network, and if no new information exists do 

[freenet-support] ARKs USKs and SSKs (from Frost)

2008-11-14 Thread Volodya
Somebody has asked me to send this (i will post the original in Russian and 
then 
the translation done by me) (please note that i don't really think that all of 
this makes sense, i'm an interpreter)

== Original ==
Использование USK для реализации ARK имеет явные недостатки. Один из них: при 
частой смене IP, например при изменении версий узла или при повторяющихся 
разрывах связи, номер версии ARK быстро увеличивается, при этом не проверяется, 
являются ли доступными предыдущие версии - а они могут выпасть из сети, если 
почти одновременно перезагружаются другие узлы. В результате, похоже, 
достаточно 
часто появляются пропуски в последовательности версий ARK длиной более 4 
номера, необходимых для работы обычных USK - и поиск свежего значения ARK 
оказывается безуспешен. Это особенно важно для улов, работающих не 
круглосуточно 
и имеющих динамический IP.
Вариантом решения может быть запрос версий ARK далеко вперёд, скажем ещё 
несколько раз со случайным увеличением номера версии от 5 до 100 по сравнению с 
имеющимся (естественно распределение вероятности не равномерное, а например по 
обратной экспоненте). Или просто тупой запрос не 4, а 44 последующих версий.

Другой крупный недостаток USK/SSK связан с алгоритмом обработки попыток 
повторной записи имеющейся версии SSK, когда конкретная версия указана. Узел 
при 
обнаружении того, что другая программа пытается записать SSK с уже имеющейся 
версией, сразу прерывает обаботку запроса и сообщает об этом программе. К 
сожалению, _ВСЕ_ программы при этом полагают, что информация уже имеется в 
сети, 
и при отсутствии новой информации ничего не предпринимают. В лучшем (но 
неоптимальном) случае они пытаются записать ту же информацию с новой версией 
SSK. Правильным поведением программ было бы запросить у узла имеющуюся версию 
SSK в полном объёме и проверить полноту и тождественность полученного с тем, 
чтобы исключить появление нечитаемых SSK. При ошибке получения данных 
необходимость перезаписи становится очевидной. К сожалению, даже если заранее 
известно что записываемые данные не изменились, программы вынуждены записывать 
новую версию SSK - иначе узел просто повторно прервёт обработку запроса.
Вариантом решения может быть или выполнение узлом операции перезаписи имеющейся 
версии SSK до успешного завершения и лишь затем новый вариант ответного 
сообщения программе о том, что была успешно перезаписана имеющаяся версия. Или 
введение нового запроса, когда программа указывает узлу как поступать если 
версия уже есть: повторить запись (как в первом решении), проконтролировать 
идентичность (то есть узлу, а не программе запросить имеющуюся информацию и 
сравнить с поступившей) или просто проверить доступность имеющейся версии SSK, 
то есть попытаться прочитать SSK в полном объёме но без вывода и сохранения 
данных - только проверить что все данные в наличии (или по крайней мере 
сохранившихся блоков достаточно для полного восстановления).
Это важно и для работы ARK, поскольку часто после перезагрузки узла нет 
необходимости менять версию ARK, но при этом необходимо регулярно проверить, 
что 
имеющаяся версия действительно доступна в сети. Иначе могут отключаться даже 
соседи узлов, непрерывно работающих на постоянном адесе: неизменный ARK такого 
узла с течением времени может выпасть из сети, но сам узел этого не заметит 
даже после перезагрузки - а вот его соседи, за время перезагрузки сменившие IP, 
не смогут получить этот ARK.

== Translation ==
Using of USK for the implimentation of ARK has obvious downfalls. One of them 
is 
that during the rapid change of IP, for example during the change of the 
version 
of the node or during the repeated connection loss, number of ARK increases 
rapidly, and during this process there is no attempt to check if previous 
versions are still accessible; and they can fall out from the network, if 
almost instantaneously other nodes are restarting. As a result, as it seems, 
quite often breaks in the sequence of ARK appear with the length of more than 
4 versions, which is a requirement for the working of normal USK; this leads to 
the search for the new ARK number giving no results. This is especially 
important for the nodes working less than 24 hours a day and having a dynamic 
IP.
One solution may be a request for ARK far ahead, say a few times with the 
random 
increase of a version number from 5 to 100 related to the existing one (of 
course distributed not equally, but maybe as a reverse exponent). Or a dumb 
request for 44 rather than 4 following versions.

Another bug problem of USK/SSK is related to the algorithm of attempting repeat 
write to the existing SSK, when a specific version is provided. Node after 
finding that another programme attempts to write SSK with the already existing 
version immediately interrupts the request and notifies the programme. 
Unfortunately _ALL_ the programmes after that assume that information is 
already 
on the network, and if no new information exists do nothing. In the 

[freenet-support] upgrading node

2008-11-03 Thread Volodya
robert fallis wrote:
> I've been away for a few weeks. and I now get a message to upgrade my node.
> my node is set to automatic update  but it has not worked, How do I  
> upgrade my node?
> help please
> bob
> 

On Windows you can open Command Prompt and go to the folder where freenet is 
and 
type:
update.cmd
(i think that's what it's called there now)

On *nix you go to the directory where you have installed Freenet and type:
./update.sh

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Re: [freenet-support] upgrading node

2008-11-03 Thread Volodya
robert fallis wrote:
 I've been away for a few weeks. and I now get a message to upgrade my node.
 my node is set to automatic update  but it has not worked, How do I  
 upgrade my node?
 help please
 bob
 

On Windows you can open Command Prompt and go to the folder where freenet is 
and 
type:
update.cmd
(i think that's what it's called there now)

On *nix you go to the directory where you have installed Freenet and type:
./update.sh

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[freenet-support] Support Digest, Vol 36, Issue 5

2008-09-08 Thread Volodya
> I am contemplating trying out the new salted-hash datastore. I read that 
> it requires double the amount of space as the size of datastore to do 
> the conversion and i'm sure it will be a time-consuming event, so I will 
> wait for a few days when I have some free time.
> toad did mentioned in another thread that it may reduce the "thrashing" 
> that the Berkeley DB was doing on my old dead drive. I'm not sure what 
> killed my 2 year old SATA drive that was dedicated purely to my freenet 
> node, but I'm leaning toward the constant cycle of creating and deleting 
> 40,000 odd files upon each re-start. That' gotta take it's toll after a 
> few years of that so maybe the other model of DB will work better. It's 
> worth a try IMOH because I don't want to have to go through re-doing the 
> node if another hard drive craps out.

If you say that you have for the most part lost your datastore than you should 
do the change sooner rather than later. Personally i have changed after 
completely losing the whole store, as i had nothing to lose at the time, and i 
am very satisfied with the way salted-hash worked for me.

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Re: [freenet-support] Support Digest, Vol 36, Issue 5

2008-09-08 Thread Volodya
 I am contemplating trying out the new salted-hash datastore. I read that 
 it requires double the amount of space as the size of datastore to do 
 the conversion and i'm sure it will be a time-consuming event, so I will 
 wait for a few days when I have some free time.
 toad did mentioned in another thread that it may reduce the thrashing 
 that the Berkeley DB was doing on my old dead drive. I'm not sure what 
 killed my 2 year old SATA drive that was dedicated purely to my freenet 
 node, but I'm leaning toward the constant cycle of creating and deleting 
 40,000 odd files upon each re-start. That' gotta take it's toll after a 
 few years of that so maybe the other model of DB will work better. It's 
 worth a try IMOH because I don't want to have to go through re-doing the 
 node if another hard drive craps out.

If you say that you have for the most part lost your datastore than you should 
do the change sooner rather than later. Personally i have changed after 
completely losing the whole store, as i had nothing to lose at the time, and i 
am very satisfied with the way salted-hash worked for me.

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[freenet-support] How to announce a freesite anonymously

2008-09-05 Thread Volodya
bqz69 wrote:
> I have published two small test sites (index.html - activelink.png - an 
> archive file with some images) - using jsite.
> 
> It works fine, when I download them to myself.
> 
> But how do you get freesites onto the freenet indexes anonymously in the 
> spirit of Freenet.
> 
> I had expected a electronic spider to put activelinks onto an index page but 
> I 
> read following on top of "Freenet Activelink Index", which surprises me very 
> much:
> 
> "This index is manually maintained and at the moment I will include pretty 
> much any site that has an activelink, except for  sites.." ?
> 
>  - which to me indicates that freesites are not anonymously announced, and 
> not 
> free of censorship?
> 
> I am on FMS, but I would  prefer a "spider" to announce freesites without any 
> human person interferring?
> 
> Is it possible to get freesites onto any of the indexes without any 
> censorship?

Whether or not an index censors its contents depends upon the person who makes 
an index. If you believe that all indexes are censored, start your own, i will 
definitely start using it.

To get your site in some indexes anonymously you might want to create a throw 
away identity on FMS and post to the 'sites' (no quotes) board.

 - Volodya

P.S. Unfortunately i see a lot more pro-censorship folks on 0,7 then use to be 
on 0,5. I don't really know how this happened, but the trend needs to be 
reversed.

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Re: [freenet-support] How to announce a freesite anonymously

2008-09-05 Thread Volodya
bqz69 wrote:
 I have published two small test sites (index.html - activelink.png - an 
 archive file with some images) - using jsite.
 
 It works fine, when I download them to myself.
 
 But how do you get freesites onto the freenet indexes anonymously in the 
 spirit of Freenet.
 
 I had expected a electronic spider to put activelinks onto an index page but 
 I 
 read following on top of Freenet Activelink Index, which surprises me very 
 much:
 
 This index is manually maintained and at the moment I will include pretty 
 much any site that has an activelink, except for  sites.. ?
 
  - which to me indicates that freesites are not anonymously announced, and 
 not 
 free of censorship?
 
 I am on FMS, but I would  prefer a spider to announce freesites without any 
 human person interferring?
 
 Is it possible to get freesites onto any of the indexes without any 
 censorship?

Whether or not an index censors its contents depends upon the person who makes 
an index. If you believe that all indexes are censored, start your own, i will 
definitely start using it.

To get your site in some indexes anonymously you might want to create a throw 
away identity on FMS and post to the 'sites' (no quotes) board.

 - Volodya

P.S. Unfortunately i see a lot more pro-censorship folks on 0,7 then use to be 
on 0,5. I don't really know how this happened, but the trend needs to be 
reversed.

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[freenet-support] running freenet on memory stick

2008-08-26 Thread Volodya
robert fallis wrote:
> I,ve just bought a 8gig memory stick, Can I run freenet on it so that it  
> doesn't interfear with my computor, I'm running ubuntu 8.4
> 
> bob
> 

Do you want a separate (VMed) OS on the memory stick with freenet on it, or 
just 
freenet that starts and runs off the memory stick without accessing anything 
else?

You can do both probably, but i can't help you with the former, the latter be 
done, but you will probably need to change the file system to something that 
keeps the file attributes on unix-like operating systems, just to make the job 
easier.

You will not want the installer to be messing with your system, you will want 
to 
cd to wherever you want to put the freenet on the USB stick and run the 
following:

wget http://downloads.freenetproject.org/alpha/installer/freenet07.tar.gz
cat freenet07.tar.gz | gzip -d | tar xv
cd freenet
./run.sh start

After that you might want to go to the config page of the node and change:
"Directories downloading is allowed to" setting if you really do not want the 
node to touch *anything* outside of usb stick. Change it to wherever the usb 
stick is mounted to and the subdirectories on it.

     - Volodya

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[freenet-support] how to use fms - the freenet message system

2008-08-26 Thread Volodya
bqz69 wrote:
> On Friday 22 August 2008 21.11.39 bqz69 wrote:
>>> Trust some well established identities' trust list trusts, and pretty
>>> soon you should see messages coming through in FMS, then hopefully you
>>> will start figuring things out. And remember Freenet is a high latency
>>> network, don't expect to get replies (or even see your own messages
>>> appear) instantaneously. give everything time.
>> What is the idea with:
>>
>> Local Peer
>> Message Trust comment
>>
>>  
>> Trust List Trust Comment
> ***
> 
> Here are some screenshots showing how to setup FMS and Thunderbird, made from 
> a dito video:
> 
> http://www.minihowto.org/files/FMSThunderbirdConfiguration.tar.gz
> ***
> 
> But I still do not understand how the peer/trust system works?
> 
> I have now sent 4 different test messages to fms, but only get the ackbot 
> messages on the board, and then the:
> Local Peer - Message Trust comment - Local Peer -  Trust List Trust Comment 
> text insertion boxex below each ackbot message, which I do not know how to 
> use? :-)

Ok, i'm a bit lost as to what your problem is, so i'll run through the web of 
trust idea, hopefully something here will help you.

You can trust an identity by setting that identity's trust to something 
relatively high, and then you will see that identity's messages. You can trust 
the identity's trust list, then you will automatically trust that the identity 
will mark other identities correctly.

Go to the following page:
http://localhost:8080/peertrust.htm
Search for Volodya, you should find the identity like this "VolodyA! V 
Anarhist at sD-X.." that is mine. You can click on the name and see who trusts 
me 
(that your fms knows of) and who i trust. Let's say you are satisfied that i am 
not an evil person and do not mark somebody low because i don't like them nor 
do 
i mark spammers high. You can set my trust list trust to something high 
(numbers 
go from 0 (min) to 100 (max)). Now i don't really maintain my identity's trust 
list trust that much so i wouldn't suggest just trusting me.

Some identities that i would recommend that you set high trust list trust (on 
http://localhost:8080/peertrust.htm page) are:
Luke771 at mdXK
Liberty or Death at QZlY
nAxaLiTe at 4KbK
bback at vH4r

You do that by searching for their names, and then typing the number in the 
column that says 'Local trust list trust' (and possibly comment) and pressing 
'Update Trust'.

After you will start seeing messages appear, you probably should move asking 
questions to FMS, more people will help you there. (fms board is good for those 
questions).

  - Volodya

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