Re: [freenet-support] Support Digest, Vol 50, Issue 9

2009-11-10 Thread bqz69
If Freenet is probibited, something better will pop up, I think, the 
development of the Internet never stops, and still smarter guys will show up?

Please stop this dialog, and go to the freenet message boards and continue - 
thanks *laugh*

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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet help

2009-10-08 Thread bqz69
On Thursday 08 October 2009 04.13.25 l...@hushmail.com wrote:
 Hello.
 I have been having problems with my set up of Freenet, Frost and
 Freemail. I just downloaded Freenet but have yet to install it.

 The version I do have installed is 0.7.5, Build 1236 BUT Freenet
 site tells me it is a very old node software and I need to update.

 What I have ready to install is called, freenet-0.7.0-rc1.new-
 install.

 Can anyone verify if this is a newer and a good version? (just
 looking at the numbers it wouldn't appear to be, to me)

 I also would like to know if one should set up Freemail first
 before  installing and setting up (configuring)something like
 Thunderbird?

 Is one done before the other?

 Are there any clear instructions, step-by-step in How to forward
 ports as I need to do this and don't know how to.

 Freenet keeps telling me it is trying to connect to or learn my IP
 but cannot unless I forward some ports but there are no directions
 about how to do this.

 For some who might read this, they will see I have repeated myself.
 Sorry about that. If it isn't clear to me I keep seeking.

 Thanks to those who have offered suggestions and please continue.

 Thanks.

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Some of your questions have been asked before - hope this helps you getting 
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[freenet-support] elettra, a supplementary way to encrypt files on your harddisk

2009-10-08 Thread bqz69
I happened to find this, on another mailing list.

Elettra might be supplementary to freenet users, a supplementary way to 
encrypt important data on your harddisk?

This might saw some ideas to the Freenet people.

WHAT'S ELETTRA ?

Elettra is a software providing plausible deniable cryptography. It supports
a dynamic number of files and requires a password for each file.

When you need to decrypt a file, the password is able to find in the 
encrypted archive the file related to it.

the security measure is in the protection of the number of files encrypted 
in the archive, because the algorithm is thought to give a plausible ammission
that the data unencrypted is simple random data, and only one file is 
encrypted in it.

Here are some important links:

http://www.phrack.org/issues.html?issue=65id=6#article

http://www.winstonsmith.info/julia/elettra/

Just for your info.

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Re: [freenet-support] New to Freenet/need help

2009-10-04 Thread bqz69
On Sunday 04 October 2009 15.46.20 l...@hushmail.com wrote:
 Hello.
 I am having some problems as a newbie. Hope someone will help me
 out. They may seem clear and simple to others but they are not to
 me. Sorry 'bout that.

 Freenet tells me it is trying to connect to my external IP and that
 I can use the Temporary IP Address hint. How?
 What is it I am supposed enter in that window and where do I find
 that information?

 Also, it tells me to forward three ports. Again, how does one do
 such a thing? I've never forwarded a port or an email so I need
 help here also.

 It also informs me that I am using a node or version, (0.7.0) that
 is horribly old and I should update. I have tried in the
 configurations drop down and it says configurations are
 successfully changed but I don't know if that is in fact the
 correct update. It still tells me each time I go to Freenet that my
 node is very, very old. HELP!

 Lastly, how does one go about finding friends on Freenet or
 Frost. It says to only connect to friends but I don't know anyone
 using Freenet or Frost. I am in a country that blocks many sites. I
 think the most in the world, so any real help would be greatly
 appreciated. It would be so nice to be able to talk with someone
 about different things while learning more about Freenet and Frost
 and how to use them to achieve the best safety and anonymity one
 can.
 Thanks again.

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Probably you should install newest Freenet version

Check this site, best use the HELP item on top menu:
http://freenetproject.org/download.html

At least also check this archive site, best month by month:
http://archives.freenetproject.org/list/support.en.html

Some of your questions have been asked before - hope this helps you getting 
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Re: [freenet-support] connection assistance

2009-09-28 Thread bqz69
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)
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Re: [freenet-support] cannot install and run properly

2009-09-24 Thread bqz69
On Thursday 24 September 2009 17.29.19 Matthew Toseland wrote:
 On Wednesday 23 September 2009 09:14:07 Francois LARROUX wrote:
  i tried many times different installer (java online and the exe
  version) at different days but it still not starting

 The Java version will not work on Vista. Please uninstall any node versions
 installed using this.

 What operating system are you using?

  there is a start script error
 
  I found this on the java installer
  NET HELPMSG 2186
  I ask it to google god but there is nothing
 
  I used to use freenet a few months ago and it stopped and it was
  impossible to reinstall it as I said
 
  It will be so nice to put some good faqs on your websites to avoid
  searching (for nothing)a long time on users/programmers forums.

 It is likely that this is related to the windows installer problems with
 creating a new user (for security), which some OSs and anti-viruses don't
 like.

 I suggest you use the beta installer, which doesn't do this. Make sure you
 have uninstalled all versions of Freenet first.

 http://privat.zero3.dk/FreenetInstaller_Beta.exe

 This will install a relatively old version of Freenet, but give it an hour
 or so and it should auto-update itself to the current version (1236).

  I hope you will be able to help me

 Please let us know if the above doesn't work...

  I really like you do for our freedom
  Keep strong!
 
  Regards
 
  François

I suggest you to install ubunutu linux - it can be installed parallel to 
windows and it cost no money, and it has worked very well for me the last 
couple of years - I have made some install minihowtos on www.minihowto.org, I 
made them last year but the development of the Internet runs very fast, so 
some of my howtos are already a bit old - but they might give you an idea 
anyway *smile*
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Re: [freenet-support] installation

2009-09-17 Thread bqz69
On Thursday 17 September 2009 17.09.24 John Baxter wrote:
 yes, I dont want this program anymore. how do I uninstall it? please
 respond soon
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Remove the Freenet directory (../Freenet)
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[freenet-support] Converting the whole internet into a freenet

2009-08-23 Thread bqz69
I have been following the discussions on this freenet mailing list for months, 
and it seems to be more and more active, and new ideas pup up :-)

I was then struck by the thought, to make the whole internet into a freenet, 
and to let all harddisks be encrypted.

Really it's all about files, files and more files and again

Then we get someting closing into Freedom of the people of the world.

This is just a philosophical thought for all you clever guys to consider.

But that's how the development accelerates anyway - an idea is picked up, 
rejected, and then treated in a lot of brain's subconsiousness, and then a 
much better child idea might be born.

Otherwise I am stupid, and that's my problem *laugh*
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Re: [freenet-support] Converting the whole internet into a freenet

2009-08-23 Thread bqz69
 Man, you can't make a freenet out of internet. Because this will require
 anoter network-layer protocol. It is not all about encryption. However,
 when more users will join, and when the protocol will become more stable,
 it might be possible to include freenet interface into linux kernel and
 allow freenet-only routing for routers. That would be cool, but I hardly
 belive that.

If Freenet was included as a package with all the essential Freenet programs 
into linux, it could be run parallel to the ordinary Internet.

It is important it to be very easy to install and use, then I think more 
people would begin using it.

I find it alreasy on its way to be more easy to use.

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Re: [freenet-support] Urgent Freenet security announcement: upgrade your Java now!

2009-08-10 Thread bqz69
On Sunday 09 August 2009 12:10:21 pm 3BUIb3S50i 3BUIb3S50i wrote:
 I use Ubuntu 8.10

 Remove java

 Download java 6 update 15:
 32 bits: http://javadl.sun.com/webapps/download/AutoDL?BundleId=33223
 64 bits: http://javadl.sun.com/webapps/download/AutoDL?BundleId=33227

 And follow these steps:

 sudo mv /.../jre-6u15-linux-x64.bin /opt/
 cd /opt/
 chmod +x jre-6u15-linux-x64.bin
 sudo ./jre-6u15-linux-x64.bin
 YES
 sudo update-alternatives --install /usr/bin/java java
 /opt/jre1.6.0_15/bin/java 1
 sudo update-alternatives --config java
 sudo rm /usr/bin/java
 sudo ln -fs /opt/jre1.6.0_15/bin/java /usr/bin/java

 Launch Freenet

I did that.

Freenet seems to be running, and I have 17 connections just now

But I get some warnings (here are the most important):

Upgrade your java immediatelydue to a severe vulnerability in your 
java jvm

Could not load plugin XMLLibrarian

Your JVM is dangerously old
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Re: [freenet-support] Urgent Freenet security announcement: upgrade your Java now!

2009-08-10 Thread bqz69

  sudo ln -fs /opt/jre1.6.0_15/bin/java /usr/bin/java
 
  Launch Freenet

 I did that.

 Freenet seems to be running, and I have 17 connections just now

 But I get some warnings (here are the most important):

 Upgrade your java immediatelydue to a severe vulnerability in your
 java jvm

 Could not load plugin XMLLibrarian

 Your JVM is dangerously old

I just checked my freenet, and now everything looks all right, the warnings 
have gone, and the system has been automaitcally updated to 1229.
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[freenet-support] service promises to help protect your privacy

2009-04-07 Thread bqz69
Check out this blog.

http://techfragments.com/news/662/Software/Meet_iPredator_-_Secure_Anonymous_VPN_from_Pirate_Bay.html

A few persons have already been caught.

?freenet is becoming more and more urgent?



[freenet-support] service promises to help protect your privacy

2009-04-07 Thread bqz69
Check out this blog.

http://techfragments.com/news/662/Software/Meet_iPredator_-_Secure_Anonymous_VPN_from_Pirate_Bay.html

A few persons have already been caught.

£freenet is becoming more and more urgent?
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[freenet-support] Why is the development of the freenet project going so slow

2009-02-27 Thread bqz69
Dennis Nezic wrote:
> On Fri, 27 Feb 2009 04:47:09 +0100, bqz69 wrote:
>> It is still quite difficult to use and setup for normal people.
> 
> More details would help :P. In Gentoo Linux, I do "emerge freenet", and

My main complain is, that is not possible to use Freenet anonymously for 
individual persons (without "friends"), which really is the main idea of 
Freenet.

You are rigth, the very Freenet is very easy to install.

But in order to use Freenet at fullest capabilities, you need tools like
jSite - to publish your freesites
FMS - to announce your freesites etc
Freemail - freenet e-mail system

These functions could be an integrated part of Freenet, as they are 
imperative to have - and they are not very easy to setup - I have made a 
  Freenet minihowto (www.minihowto.org), and I can assure you it was not 
very easy for me to pin it all together about how to use a Freenet system.

The Freenet program might be something like one combined GUI (Graphic 
User Interface) where everything could be done, in order to use Freenet 
at its maximum capabilities - that's my dream.

I like -and admire the people who have made Freenet, but it just seems 
to me, as if the project is not developing very much at the moment - and 
I had a small hope, that my thread might awaken some ideas - that's all!





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

2009-02-27 Thread bqz69
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*



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

2009-02-27 Thread bqz69
Dennis Nezic wrote:
 On Fri, 27 Feb 2009 04:47:09 +0100, bqz69 wrote:
 It is still quite difficult to use and setup for normal people.
 
 More details would help :P. In Gentoo Linux, I do emerge freenet, and

My main complain is, that is not possible to use Freenet anonymously for 
individual persons (without friends), which really is the main idea of 
Freenet.

You are rigth, the very Freenet is very easy to install.

But in order to use Freenet at fullest capabilities, you need tools like
jSite - to publish your freesites
FMS - to announce your freesites etc
Freemail - freenet e-mail system

These functions could be an integrated part of Freenet, as they are 
imperative to have - and they are not very easy to setup - I have made a 
  Freenet minihowto (www.minihowto.org), and I can assure you it was not 
very easy for me to pin it all together about how to use a Freenet system.

The Freenet program might be something like one combined GUI (Graphic 
User Interface) where everything could be done, in order to use Freenet 
at its maximum capabilities - that's my dream.

I like -and admire the people who have made Freenet, but it just seems 
to me, as if the project is not developing very much at the moment - and 
I had a small hope, that my thread might awaken some ideas - that's all!


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[freenet-support] Mr. T needs advice

2009-01-22 Thread bqz69
On Thursday 22 January 2009 14:24:36 mihail at riseup.net wrote:
> I have also posted problems about trying to get Freenet installed on
> Vista. Looking forward to the new version and getting going ...
>
> > On Thursday 22 January 2009 08:53, Tomas Gutierrez wrote:
> >> Dear friends, I thank you

Please note, that a subject line as "Mr. T needs advice" in a mailing list is 
not very good, as subject lines in mailing lists are used when other people 
are searching e.g. google in order to solve their  problems, so please in the 
future use a more explaining text in your subject lines - thanks :-)

Here below is a link you might skim - thanks:

http://www.livinginternet.com/i/ia_nq.htm



Re: [freenet-support] Mr. T needs advice

2009-01-22 Thread bqz69
On Thursday 22 January 2009 14:24:36 mih...@riseup.net wrote:
 I have also posted problems about trying to get Freenet installed on
 Vista. Looking forward to the new version and getting going ...

  On Thursday 22 January 2009 08:53, Tomas Gutierrez wrote:
  Dear friends, I thank you

Please note, that a subject line as Mr. T needs advice in a mailing list is 
not very good, as subject lines in mailing lists are used when other people 
are searching e.g. google in order to solve their  problems, so please in the 
future use a more explaining text in your subject lines - thanks :-)

Here below is a link you might skim - thanks:

http://www.livinginternet.com/i/ia_nq.htm
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[freenet-support] freenet stops running

2009-01-19 Thread bqz69

> > Now my freenet is running on my fit-pc - has been running properly
> > the last week.
> >
> > I did following (I am using ubuntu 8.04):
> >
> > 1. Created a text file /etc/cron.allow containing my username.
>
> That might explain why your wrapper's wrapper (your crontab-run script)
> wasn't working. Though you don't have to manually specify a cron.allow
> file... you can just delete it, and it allows everyone by default,
> unless they're mentioned in cron.deny.
>
> > 2. Inserted following line in /etc/crontab:
> >
> > @hourly myusername ~/Freenet/run.sh start
> >
> > (Probably not necessary)
>
> This one, the system-cron file, is necessary. The second one is
> useless, I believe. Cron never checks ~/.crontab--only /etc/crontab,
> and /var/spool/cron/crontabs, for individual users.
>
> > 3. Created a text file ~/.crontab  with the following line:
> >
> > @hourly myusername ~/Freenet/run.sh start
> >
> > The freenet system seems however to very sensitive, and stops when I
> > do some other work, and then I have to restart freenet, but as a
> > mini-freenet server just serving data, it seems to work well.
>
> Interesting. And bad! :). How sure are you that the crashes occur when
> you're doing other work on the system?

Ok, not so sure, just tried again and freenet did not stop this time.

> (Is it wishful thinking? ;).
> What is the "nice" value for freenet's java process?

It is 10

> (You can check
> it via the "top" command.) I had mine at a brutal 20 (the lowest
> priority of all my processes on my system), and toad suggested that
> this may have been the cause of my crashes. I have raised it's priority
> now, and will continue to test. Though I am skeptical. Crashing should
> not happen. Ever!
>
> > Thanks everybody so far, for your help
>
> "So far". I'm sure we haven't heard the end of this one :).





[freenet-support] freenet stops running

2009-01-19 Thread bqz69

> > > I do not know much about the freenet internals, so I do not know.
> >
> > http://www.minihowto.org/4/
> >
> > Here you can see my wrapper log from november, when the problem began?
>
> Okay, we may be able to fix the part about the wrapper failing to start a
> new JVM. Try adding this to your wrapper.conf:
>
> wrapper.restart.delay=5

Now my freenet is running on my fit-pc - has been running properly the last 
week.

I did following (I am using ubuntu 8.04):

1. Created a text file /etc/cron.allow containing my username.

2. Inserted following line in /etc/crontab:

@hourly myusername ~/Freenet/run.sh start

(Probably not necessary)

3. Created a text file ~/.crontab  with the following line:

@hourly myusername ~/Freenet/run.sh start

The freenet system seems however to very sensitive, and stops when I do some 
other work, and then I have to restart freenet, but as a mini-freenet server 
just serving data, it seems to work well.

Thanks everybody so far, for your help



Re: [freenet-support] freenet stops running

2009-01-19 Thread bqz69

   I do not know much about the freenet internals, so I do not know.
 
  http://www.minihowto.org/4/
 
  Here you can see my wrapper log from november, when the problem began?

 Okay, we may be able to fix the part about the wrapper failing to start a
 new JVM. Try adding this to your wrapper.conf:

 wrapper.restart.delay=5

Now my freenet is running on my fit-pc - has been running properly the last 
week.

I did following (I am using ubuntu 8.04):

1. Created a text file /etc/cron.allow containing my username.

2. Inserted following line in /etc/crontab:

@hourly myusername ~/Freenet/run.sh start

(Probably not necessary)

3. Created a text file ~/.crontab  with the following line:

@hourly myusername ~/Freenet/run.sh start

The freenet system seems however to very sensitive, and stops when I do some 
other work, and then I have to restart freenet, but as a mini-freenet server 
just serving data, it seems to work well.

Thanks everybody so far, for your help
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Re: [freenet-support] freenet stops running

2009-01-19 Thread bqz69

  Now my freenet is running on my fit-pc - has been running properly
  the last week.
 
  I did following (I am using ubuntu 8.04):
 
  1. Created a text file /etc/cron.allow containing my username.

 That might explain why your wrapper's wrapper (your crontab-run script)
 wasn't working. Though you don't have to manually specify a cron.allow
 file... you can just delete it, and it allows everyone by default,
 unless they're mentioned in cron.deny.

  2. Inserted following line in /etc/crontab:
 
  @hourly myusername ~/Freenet/run.sh start
 
  (Probably not necessary)

 This one, the system-cron file, is necessary. The second one is
 useless, I believe. Cron never checks ~/.crontab--only /etc/crontab,
 and /var/spool/cron/crontabs, for individual users.

  3. Created a text file ~/.crontab  with the following line:
 
  @hourly myusername ~/Freenet/run.sh start
 
  The freenet system seems however to very sensitive, and stops when I
  do some other work, and then I have to restart freenet, but as a
  mini-freenet server just serving data, it seems to work well.

 Interesting. And bad! :). How sure are you that the crashes occur when
 you're doing other work on the system?

Ok, not so sure, just tried again and freenet did not stop this time.

 (Is it wishful thinking? ;).
 What is the nice value for freenet's java process?

It is 10

 (You can check
 it via the top command.) I had mine at a brutal 20 (the lowest
 priority of all my processes on my system), and toad suggested that
 this may have been the cause of my crashes. I have raised it's priority
 now, and will continue to test. Though I am skeptical. Crashing should
 not happen. Ever!

  Thanks everybody so far, for your help

 So far. I'm sure we haven't heard the end of this one :).


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[freenet-support] freenet stops running

2009-01-09 Thread bqz69
> His wrapper stopped at
> 33minutes past the hour, while his own cronjob wrapper is set to run
> every ten minutes... so even after 7minutes, "run.sh status" still said
> it was running, or something.

My freenet just stopped again, here is my freenet.loggc after the stop:

http://www.minihowto.org/6/freenet.loggc_9jan2009




Re: [freenet-support] freenet stops running

2009-01-09 Thread bqz69
 His wrapper stopped at
 33minutes past the hour, while his own cronjob wrapper is set to run
 every ten minutes... so even after 7minutes, run.sh status still said
 it was running, or something.

My freenet just stopped again, here is my freenet.loggc after the stop:

http://www.minihowto.org/6/freenet.loggc_9jan2009

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[freenet-support] freenet stops running

2009-01-08 Thread bqz69
On Thursday 08 January 2009 16:52:48 Matthew Toseland wrote:
> On Wednesday 07 January 2009 17:55, bqz69 wrote:
> > On Wednesday 07 January 2009 18:49:57 bqz69 wrote:
> > > > But, Bzq69, your wrapper does seem to be restarting freenet properly.
> > > > Are you sure you need another wrapper around that wrapper? :)
> > >
> > > I do not know much about the freenet internals, so I do not know.
> >
> > http://www.minihowto.org/4/
> >
> > Here you can see my wrapper log from november, when the problem began?
>
> Okay, we may be able to fix the part about the wrapper failing to start a
> new JVM. Try adding this to your wrapper.conf:
>
> wrapper.restart.delay=5
I already done that some time ago after your instructions, thanks



[freenet-support] freenet stops running

2009-01-08 Thread bqz69
On Thursday 08 January 2009 16:13:41 Dennis Nezic wrote:
> On Thu, 8 Jan 2009 07:01:25 +0100, bqz69  wrote:
> > On Wednesday 07 January 2009 18:49:57 bqz69 wrote:
> > > > But, Bzq69, your wrapper does seem to be restarting freenet
> > > > properly. Are you sure you need another wrapper around that
> > > > wrapper? :)
> >
> > My freenet stopped again, in spite of my .crontab, here is the
> > wrapper.log
> >
> > http://www.minihowto.org/6/wrapper.log_7jan2009
>
> Very interesting:
>   "ERROR  | wrapper  | Unable to start a JVM"
>
> Since it was able to restart it many times before. It is especially
> interesting that your wrapper's wrapper didn't work either. When you
> get into this situation (Unable to start a JVM), what is the output of
> "run.sh status"?
Freenet 0.7 is not running.
> Are there any java processes running on the system?
I am only running freenet on the system (and firefox is running most of the 
time)
>
> How are you able to restart the node? (Since your script already tries
> to "run.sh start" and doesn't work?)
run.sh start (from the  command line)
>
> The WrapperManager warning may also be worth resolving. Why does
> wrapper 3.2.3 get launched and later "updated" to 3.3.1? Do you only
> have one freenet-ext jar? Does your wrapper config file reference this
> freenet-ext jar?
See:  http://www.minihowto.org/6/wrapper.conf

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[freenet-support] freenet stops running

2009-01-08 Thread bqz69
On Wednesday 07 January 2009 18:49:57 bqz69 wrote:
> > But, Bzq69, your wrapper does seem to be restarting freenet properly.
> > Are you sure you need another wrapper around that wrapper? :)

My freenet stopped again, in spite of my .crontab, here is the wrapper.log

http://www.minihowto.org/6/wrapper.log_7jan2009



Re: [freenet-support] freenet stops running

2009-01-08 Thread bqz69
On Thursday 08 January 2009 16:13:41 Dennis Nezic wrote:
 On Thu, 8 Jan 2009 07:01:25 +0100, bqz69 bq...@telia.com wrote:
  On Wednesday 07 January 2009 18:49:57 bqz69 wrote:
But, Bzq69, your wrapper does seem to be restarting freenet
properly. Are you sure you need another wrapper around that
wrapper? :)
 
  My freenet stopped again, in spite of my .crontab, here is the
  wrapper.log
 
  http://www.minihowto.org/6/wrapper.log_7jan2009

 Very interesting:
   ERROR  | wrapper  | Unable to start a JVM

 Since it was able to restart it many times before. It is especially
 interesting that your wrapper's wrapper didn't work either. When you
 get into this situation (Unable to start a JVM), what is the output of
 run.sh status?
Freenet 0.7 is not running.
 Are there any java processes running on the system?
I am only running freenet on the system (and firefox is running most of the 
time)

 How are you able to restart the node? (Since your script already tries
 to run.sh start and doesn't work?)
run.sh start (from the  command line)

 The WrapperManager warning may also be worth resolving. Why does
 wrapper 3.2.3 get launched and later updated to 3.3.1? Do you only
 have one freenet-ext jar? Does your wrapper config file reference this
 freenet-ext jar?
See:  http://www.minihowto.org/6/wrapper.conf

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Re: [freenet-support] freenet stops running

2009-01-08 Thread bqz69
On Thursday 08 January 2009 16:52:48 Matthew Toseland wrote:
 On Wednesday 07 January 2009 17:55, bqz69 wrote:
  On Wednesday 07 January 2009 18:49:57 bqz69 wrote:
But, Bzq69, your wrapper does seem to be restarting freenet properly.
Are you sure you need another wrapper around that wrapper? :)
  
   I do not know much about the freenet internals, so I do not know.
 
  http://www.minihowto.org/4/
 
  Here you can see my wrapper log from november, when the problem began?

 Okay, we may be able to fix the part about the wrapper failing to start a
 new JVM. Try adding this to your wrapper.conf:

 wrapper.restart.delay=5
I already done that some time ago after your instructions, thanks
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[freenet-support] freenet stops running

2009-01-07 Thread bqz69
On Wednesday 07 January 2009 18:49:57 bqz69 wrote:
> > But, Bzq69, your wrapper does seem to be restarting freenet properly.
> > Are you sure you need another wrapper around that wrapper? :)
>
> I do not know much about the freenet internals, so I do not know.
>
http://www.minihowto.org/4/

Here you can see my wrapper log from november, when the problem began?
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[freenet-support] freenet stops running

2009-01-07 Thread bqz69

> But, Bzq69, your wrapper does seem to be restarting freenet properly.
> Are you sure you need another wrapper around that wrapper? :)

I do not know much about the freenet internals, so I do not know.





[freenet-support] freenet stops running

2009-01-07 Thread bqz69
On Wednesday 07 January 2009 16:56:16 Dennis Nezic wrote:
 Do you have the
> most recent freenet-ext.jar?
Yes

Here is my newest wrapper log from 6. jan 2009:

http://www.minihowto.org/6/wrapper.log





[freenet-support] freenet stops running

2009-01-07 Thread bqz69
On Wednesday 07 January 2009 02:53:19 Dennis Nezic wrote:
> On Tue, 6 Jan 2009 23:30:55 +0100, user1  wrote:
> > On Tuesday 06 January 2009 23:19:43 Dennis Nezic wrote:
> > > On Tue, 6 Jan 2009 21:55:42 +0100, user1  wrote:
> > > > Now my freenet on my fit-pc with 256 mb ram seems to be running
> > > > steady (has been running for the last couple of days).
> > > >
> > > > I did following:
> > > > [cut]
> > >
> > > That's an ugly[1] hack :). And, doesn't your run.sh start a wrapper
> > >
> > > Though, we have similar physical ram space--I have a bit more,
> > > 384MB. (Why is 100M not enough again?) Do you have other big memory
> > > users running on your system?
> >
> > No

Even if an ugly hack, my freenet is running, and that was my purpose.

I have  a wrapper log, yes.

My fit-pc is running as a mini-freenet server (data transfer), but anything 
else goes very slow, so I use another computer for my "ordinary" tasks (fit-pc 
only comsumes 18 watt incl. router and adsl  modem - when measured with a 
cheap household watt measurer).




Re: [freenet-support] freenet stops running

2009-01-07 Thread bqz69
On Wednesday 07 January 2009 02:53:19 Dennis Nezic wrote:
 On Tue, 6 Jan 2009 23:30:55 +0100, user1 bq...@telia.com wrote:
  On Tuesday 06 January 2009 23:19:43 Dennis Nezic wrote:
   On Tue, 6 Jan 2009 21:55:42 +0100, user1 bq...@telia.com wrote:
Now my freenet on my fit-pc with 256 mb ram seems to be running
steady (has been running for the last couple of days).
   
I did following:
[cut]
  
   That's an ugly[1] hack :). And, doesn't your run.sh start a wrapper
  
   Though, we have similar physical ram space--I have a bit more,
   384MB. (Why is 100M not enough again?) Do you have other big memory
   users running on your system?
 
  No

Even if an ugly hack, my freenet is running, and that was my purpose.

I have  a wrapper log, yes.

My fit-pc is running as a mini-freenet server (data transfer), but anything 
else goes very slow, so I use another computer for my ordinary tasks (fit-pc 
only comsumes 18 watt incl. router and adsl  modem - when measured with a 
cheap household watt measurer).

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Re: [freenet-support] freenet stops running

2009-01-07 Thread bqz69
On Wednesday 07 January 2009 16:32:17 Dennis Nezic wrote:
 On Wed, 7 Jan 2009 10:42:56 +0100, bqz69 bq...@telia.com wrote:
  On Wednesday 07 January 2009 02:53:19 Dennis Nezic wrote:
   On Tue, 6 Jan 2009 23:30:55 +0100, user1 bq...@telia.com wrote:
On Tuesday 06 January 2009 23:19:43 Dennis Nezic wrote:
 On Tue, 6 Jan 2009 21:55:42 +0100, user1 bq...@telia.com


  I have  a wrapper log, yes.

 Yes, but, almost the only purpose for using a wrapper is to do
 precisely that :)--to restart the node if it ever crashes :). I wonder
 why the wrapper isn't doing this. Are you sure the wrapper is
 running? :) (maybe your wrapper.log is old).

No:

wrapper.log 6. jan. 2009

wrapper.log.1   3. jan. 2009
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Re: [freenet-support] freenet stops running

2009-01-07 Thread bqz69
On Wednesday 07 January 2009 16:56:16 Dennis Nezic wrote:
 Do you have the
 most recent freenet-ext.jar?
Yes

Here is my newest wrapper log from 6. jan 2009:

http://www.minihowto.org/6/wrapper.log


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Re: [freenet-support] freenet stops running

2009-01-07 Thread bqz69

 But, Bzq69, your wrapper does seem to be restarting freenet properly.
 Are you sure you need another wrapper around that wrapper? :)

I do not know much about the freenet internals, so I do not know.


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Re: [freenet-support] freenet stops running

2009-01-07 Thread bqz69
On Wednesday 07 January 2009 18:49:57 bqz69 wrote:
  But, Bzq69, your wrapper does seem to be restarting freenet properly.
  Are you sure you need another wrapper around that wrapper? :)

My freenet stopped again, in spite of my .crontab, here is the wrapper.log

http://www.minihowto.org/6/wrapper.log_7jan2009
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[freenet-support] status message

2008-11-25 Thread bqz69
15 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 at 
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:

Version Information & Node Control
Freenet 0.7 Build #1182 r23821
Freenet-ext Build #26 r23771



[freenet-support] status message

2008-11-25 Thread bqz69
15 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 at 
[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:

Version Information  Node Control
Freenet 0.7 Build #1182 r23821
Freenet-ext Build #26 r23771
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[freenet-support] Probably a bug: please report #1180

2008-11-19 Thread bqz69
Probably a bug: please report: 7 peers forcibly disconnected due to not 
acknowledging packets.
7 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 at 
support at freenetproject.org. Please include this message and what version of 
the node you are running

Version Information & Node Control
Freenet 0.7 Build #1180 r23746
Freenet-ext Build #25 r23741



[freenet-support] Probably a bug: please report #1180

2008-11-19 Thread bqz69
Probably a bug: please report: 7 peers forcibly disconnected due to not 
acknowledging packets.
7 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 at 
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Freenet 0.7 Build #1180 r23746
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[freenet-support] (no subject)

2008-11-18 Thread bqz69
On Tuesday 18 November 2008 13.26.01 Luke771 wrote:
> On Sat, 15 Nov 2008 23:42:11 + (GMT)
> Markus Hahn  wrote:
>
> 
>
>
> Sorry if I explain things that you know already, but I don't know what your
> general competence level is, so I'll assume you know very little, just in
> case (and it may be useful for someone else, too)
>
> > I am able to reach and open some of the sites I want to, but frequently I
> > get the message that a site seems to be unreachable, sometimes concerning
> > a site that opens some minutes later.
>
> This is expected on a newly estabilshed node. The first thing to do to get
> a new node to work better is to set the max store size and max memory usage
> (both in your config page at http://localhost:/config).
>
> But first lets talk about uptime quickly: Freenet needs to sun as much as
++

I like your answer, that's the way a lot more stuff of the internet should be 
explained (better more than less details), in order for ordinary people to 
learn.

Thanks - *smile*

(I am the author of www.minihowto.org, and I have tried to make documentation 
along your "lines" - it's not very easy?)




Re: [freenet-support] (no subject)

2008-11-18 Thread bqz69
On Tuesday 18 November 2008 13.26.01 Luke771 wrote:
 On Sat, 15 Nov 2008 23:42:11 + (GMT)
 Markus Hahn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 snip


 Sorry if I explain things that you know already, but I don't know what your
 general competence level is, so I'll assume you know very little, just in
 case (and it may be useful for someone else, too)

  I am able to reach and open some of the sites I want to, but frequently I
  get the message that a site seems to be unreachable, sometimes concerning
  a site that opens some minutes later.

 This is expected on a newly estabilshed node. The first thing to do to get
 a new node to work better is to set the max store size and max memory usage
 (both in your config page at http://localhost:/config).

 But first lets talk about uptime quickly: Freenet needs to sun as much as
++

I like your answer, that's the way a lot more stuff of the internet should be 
explained (better more than less details), in order for ordinary people to 
learn.
 
Thanks - *smile*

(I am the author of www.minihowto.org, and I have tried to make documentation 
along your lines - it's not very easy?)

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[freenet-support] Node won't connect to peers 1167/68

2008-11-03 Thread bqz69
On Monday 03 November 2008 15.44.10 Jeff Isaac wrote:
> Hello all!
> I have recently stumbled across a problem with my node. I noticed that
> Frost was having trouble communicating the other day even though the node
> was running. Sure enough, the node (at the time 1167) was not connecting to
> any peers (this after running successfully for a few weeks). I found the
> warning about 1168 and upgraded manually, but this still does not help. It
> took a while for the node to find 1168 nodes to connect to, and now I'm
> lucky if it will connect to one or two busy ones. I am not sure what it
> means, but often the one that is supposedly connected is highlighted in a
> yellow bar. I suspect my ISP is attempting to block my node, but it puzzles
> me that, if that be the case, it can still find anyone at all. All of my
> node's communication is halted at this point. Would reinstalling with a new
> node (and thus a new port) make a difference? Any help or suggestions would
> be appreciated!

I have almost the same problem - my freenet continues to shut down several 
times a day, and I have to restart and get connected to open net peers.

I am using: Build #1168 r23201 and -ext Build #24 r 23199



Re: [freenet-support] Node won't connect to peers 1167/68

2008-11-03 Thread bqz69
On Monday 03 November 2008 15.44.10 Jeff Isaac wrote:
 Hello all!
 I have recently stumbled across a problem with my node. I noticed that
 Frost was having trouble communicating the other day even though the node
 was running. Sure enough, the node (at the time 1167) was not connecting to
 any peers (this after running successfully for a few weeks). I found the
 warning about 1168 and upgraded manually, but this still does not help. It
 took a while for the node to find 1168 nodes to connect to, and now I'm
 lucky if it will connect to one or two busy ones. I am not sure what it
 means, but often the one that is supposedly connected is highlighted in a
 yellow bar. I suspect my ISP is attempting to block my node, but it puzzles
 me that, if that be the case, it can still find anyone at all. All of my
 node's communication is halted at this point. Would reinstalling with a new
 node (and thus a new port) make a difference? Any help or suggestions would
 be appreciated!

I have almost the same problem - my freenet continues to shut down several 
times a day, and I have to restart and get connected to open net peers.

I am using: Build #1168 r23201 and -ext Build #24 r 23199
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[freenet-support] Nearly no content left with correct compression?

2008-10-28 Thread bqz69
You must upgrade to 1166, which was released yesterday.
***

On Tuesday 28 October 2008 10.37.19 freenetwork at web.de wrote:
> Hi guys,
>
> I just updated to current head and have to find to my dislike that
> nearly nothing is fetchable anymore.
>
> Be it either the found data structure is "too old" and inaccessible:
>
> Error: Archive failure
> Freenet was unable to retrieve this file.
> This is a fatal error. It is unlikely that retrying will solve the problem.
> Failure in extracting files from an archive: An IOE occured: Not in GZIP
> format
>
> for The Ultimate FreeNet Index, Toad, Publish!, Freesite HOWTO, etc etc
> etc, many many others
>
> or the found data structure is "too new" and not parsed by FProxy:
>
> Large file
> Filename: bombe-51.tar
> Size: 2.07 MiB (may change)
> Expected MIME type: application/x-tar
>
>
> This isn't a very productive and joyful situation... at least
> backward-compatibility could be retained.
> I'm back to r22882, at least then was 95% of the content working.
>
> I wonder what's with the Frost boards / other non-freesite content
> inserted? In what format are these stored?
> Is a new full content reset approaching? And needlessy, too, I think.
>
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[freenet-support] [Bug report?] NullPointerException in PacketSender

2008-10-28 Thread bqz69
On Monday 27 October 2008 23.49.18 Dan Stevens wrote:
> Freenet 0.7 Build #1165 r22843M
> Freenet-ext Build #22 r22506
>
> After running seemingly just fine for several weeks, I suddenly ran
> out of disk space.  The problem turned out to be my freenet log, which
> was expanding at about a megabyte per second, full of message like
> this:
>
> Oct 27, 2008 22:00:01:275 (freenet.node.PacketSender, PacketSender
> thread for 4282, ERROR): Caught in PacketSender:
> java.lang.NullPointerException
> java.lang.NullPointerException
> at
> freenet.support.transport.ip.IPUtil.isValidAddress(IPUtil.java:13) at
> freenet.node.PeerNode.shouldThrottle(PeerNode.java:3915) at
> freenet.node.PeerNode.shouldThrottle(PeerNode.java:3909) at
> freenet.node.PacketSender.realRun(PacketSender.java:230) at
> freenet.node.PacketSender.run(PacketSender.java:168)
> at java.lang.Thread.run(Unknown Source)
> at freenet.support.io.NativeThread.run(NativeThread.java:99)
>
> I tried to re-start the node, but I think hitting the restart button
> didn't actually work.  Shutting down didn't work, either.  I had to
> use the Windows service manager and shut it down from there.  Other
> than that, all seemed well.  The connections to my peers were
> 'connected' as usual.
>
> I started the node up again (from Windows service manager), it seemed
> fine for a while, but my freenet-latest.log is now, once again,
> expanding at ~1 MB/s :P
>
> I can browse freenet OK, though.
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[freenet-support] Freenet 0.7 build 1166, major breakage with 1165, manual upgrade probably needed

2008-10-28 Thread bqz69
On Monday 27 October 2008 22.27.05 Matthew Toseland wrote:
> We have widespread reports 
>
> PLEASE UPGRADE ASAP!
>
> If this is as bad as it looks we may have lost a _lot_ of users through it.

I just upgraded to 1166, and now everything looks much better on my system, 
even fms/thunderbird has begun showing messages I have sent during the last 
couple of days :-)



Re: [freenet-support] Nearly no content left with correct compression?

2008-10-28 Thread bqz69
You must upgrade to 1166, which was released yesterday.
***

On Tuesday 28 October 2008 10.37.19 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Hi guys,

 I just updated to current head and have to find to my dislike that
 nearly nothing is fetchable anymore.

 Be it either the found data structure is too old and inaccessible:

 Error: Archive failure
 Freenet was unable to retrieve this file.
 This is a fatal error. It is unlikely that retrying will solve the problem.
 Failure in extracting files from an archive: An IOE occured: Not in GZIP
 format

 for The Ultimate FreeNet Index, Toad, Publish!, Freesite HOWTO, etc etc
 etc, many many others

 or the found data structure is too new and not parsed by FProxy:

 Large file
 Filename: bombe-51.tar
 Size: 2.07 MiB (may change)
 Expected MIME type: application/x-tar


 This isn't a very productive and joyful situation... at least
 backward-compatibility could be retained.
 I'm back to r22882, at least then was 95% of the content working.

 I wonder what's with the Frost boards / other non-freesite content
 inserted? In what format are these stored?
 Is a new full content reset approaching? And needlessy, too, I think.

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[freenet-support] Do you need to have any firewall ports open when running freenet

2008-10-27 Thread bqz69
On Monday 27 October 2008 21.42.35 Luke771 wrote:
> On Mon, 27 Oct 2008 13:28:33 +0100
>
> bqz69  wrote:
> > Now my question, is it necessary to have any ports open in order for
> > freenet to work best?
>
> No, it's not -necessary- in the sense that your node will work anyway, but
> it's a good thing and you should do that. Let's see why.
. 
. 
> Freenet uses two random ports for node-to-node comunication, which means
> that an attacker can't determine the existence of a freenet node looking
> for traffic on a particular port.
>
> In conclusion, you should allow inbound communications ('answering the
> phone') on your darknet and freenet ports, and the only valid reason not to
> do that is that you can't.
Thanks   :-)





[freenet-support] Do you need to have any firewall ports open when running freenet

2008-10-27 Thread bqz69
I am running freenet (ubuntu 8.04) on one box with no open ports, and also 
running freenet on another box with most of the ports mentioned in freenet 
opened - both boxes appears to run fine.

I am using "Firestarter" as my "firewall" as I find it easy to use, only.

Now my question, is it necessary to have any ports open in order for freenet 
to work best?



[freenet-support] freenet stops running

2008-10-27 Thread bqz69
On Monday 27 October 2008 07.23.41 Luke771 wrote:
> On Sun, 26 Oct 2008 18:04:49 +0100
>
> bqz69  wrote:
> > On Sunday 26 October 2008 13.07.56 bqz69 wrote:
> > > I am running freenet 1165 on a fit-pc using ubuntu 8.04.
> > >
> > > Freenet is  installed with autostart property set.
> > >
> > > When I check fit-pc the next morning, freenet has stopped running (fms
> > > works ok).
> > >
> > > I run ./run.sh status, and is told freenet is not running.
> > >
> > > Then I run ./run.sh start, and freenet starts up telling among others:
> > >
> > > "there isn-t enough entropy", but starts anyway.
> > >
> > > This has now happened 3 days in a row.
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> >
> > **
> >
> > Right now I tried to stop -and start freenet p? fit-pc, bun only one peer
> > got connected and the unconnected (busy).
> >
> > I have another freenet running on another computer (hp pavilion dv 9000),
> > and it runs cintinuously and have 12 peers connected at the moment.
> >
> > They are both connected to the internet vis same router and adsl modem.
>
> Does the warning 'not enough entropy' appear each time you start?
>
> If so, you can try this:
> Open a terminal and launch a search for any file using the command 'find /'
> (no quotes) You'll see a lot of text scroo through you terminal, don't
> worry, it's OK.
>
> Now launch your node using another terminal to run ./run.sh start so you
> can see what you type. Launch your browser and look how FProxy looks like.
> There shouldn't be any 'not enough entropy' message.
> Now you can stop the search that you launched with find / (with the
> terminal where the search is running in focus, hit ctrl+C) 
It did not work, when I stopped the "find /" process, so I let it finish its 
search process intil it stopped by itself, and now my freenet seems to be 
picking peer nodes up and connect to them as normal.
-thanks.

> Let the node run 
> and see how your peers are doing.
>
> IF the 'not enouogh entropy' thing was the problem, that should fix it.
> If the problem is caused by something else, then I don't know and you'll
> have to wait for some answer from someone who actually understand how
> Freenet works (I can only use it). If I understood that correctly (but it's
> very possible that I havent) 'not enough entropy' means that there isn't
> sufficient activity to generate  "randomity", a search on any file creates
> that activity.





Re: [freenet-support] freenet stops running

2008-10-27 Thread bqz69
On Monday 27 October 2008 07.23.41 Luke771 wrote:
 On Sun, 26 Oct 2008 18:04:49 +0100

 bqz69 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  On Sunday 26 October 2008 13.07.56 bqz69 wrote:
   I am running freenet 1165 on a fit-pc using ubuntu 8.04.
  
   Freenet is  installed with autostart property set.
  
   When I check fit-pc the next morning, freenet has stopped running (fms
   works ok).
  
   I run ./run.sh status, and is told freenet is not running.
  
   Then I run ./run.sh start, and freenet starts up telling among others:
  
   there isn-t enough entropy, but starts anyway.
  
   This has now happened 3 days in a row.
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  Right now I tried to stop -and start freenet på fit-pc, bun only one peer
  got connected and the unconnected (busy).
 
  I have another freenet running on another computer (hp pavilion dv 9000),
  and it runs cintinuously and have 12 peers connected at the moment.
 
  They are both connected to the internet vis same router and adsl modem.

 Does the warning 'not enough entropy' appear each time you start?

 If so, you can try this:
 Open a terminal and launch a search for any file using the command 'find /'
 (no quotes) You'll see a lot of text scroo through you terminal, don't
 worry, it's OK.

 Now launch your node using another terminal to run ./run.sh start so you
 can see what you type. Launch your browser and look how FProxy looks like.
 There shouldn't be any 'not enough entropy' message.
 Now you can stop the search that you launched with find / (with the
 terminal where the search is running in focus, hit ctrl+C) 
It did not work, when I stopped the find / process, so I let it finish its 
search process intil it stopped by itself, and now my freenet seems to be 
picking peer nodes up and connect to them as normal.
-thanks.

 Let the node run 
 and see how your peers are doing.

 IF the 'not enouogh entropy' thing was the problem, that should fix it.
 If the problem is caused by something else, then I don't know and you'll
 have to wait for some answer from someone who actually understand how
 Freenet works (I can only use it). If I understood that correctly (but it's
 very possible that I havent) 'not enough entropy' means that there isn't
 sufficient activity to generate  randomity, a search on any file creates
 that activity.


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[freenet-support] Do you need to have any firewall ports open when running freenet

2008-10-27 Thread bqz69
I am running freenet (ubuntu 8.04) on one box with no open ports, and also 
running freenet on another box with most of the ports mentioned in freenet 
opened - both boxes appears to run fine.

I am using Firestarter as my firewall as I find it easy to use, only.

Now my question, is it necessary to have any ports open in order for freenet 
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Re: [freenet-support] Do you need to have any firewall ports open when running freenet

2008-10-27 Thread bqz69
On Monday 27 October 2008 21.42.35 Luke771 wrote:
 On Mon, 27 Oct 2008 13:28:33 +0100

 bqz69 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  Now my question, is it necessary to have any ports open in order for
  freenet to work best?

 No, it's not -necessary- in the sense that your node will work anyway, but
 it's a good thing and you should do that. Let's see why.
.
.
 Freenet uses two random ports for node-to-node comunication, which means
 that an attacker can't determine the existence of a freenet node looking
 for traffic on a particular port.

 In conclusion, you should allow inbound communications ('answering the
 phone') on your darknet and freenet ports, and the only valid reason not to
 do that is that you can't.
Thanks   :-)


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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet 0.7 build 1166, major breakage with 1165, manual upgrade probably needed

2008-10-27 Thread bqz69
On Monday 27 October 2008 22.27.05 Matthew Toseland wrote:
 We have widespread reports 

 PLEASE UPGRADE ASAP!

 If this is as bad as it looks we may have lost a _lot_ of users through it.

I just upgraded to 1166, and now everything looks much better on my system, 
even fms/thunderbird has begun showing messages I have sent during the last 
couple of days :-)
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Re: [freenet-support] [Bug report?] NullPointerException in PacketSender

2008-10-27 Thread bqz69
On Monday 27 October 2008 23.49.18 Dan Stevens wrote:
 Freenet 0.7 Build #1165 r22843M
 Freenet-ext Build #22 r22506

 After running seemingly just fine for several weeks, I suddenly ran
 out of disk space.  The problem turned out to be my freenet log, which
 was expanding at about a megabyte per second, full of message like
 this:

 Oct 27, 2008 22:00:01:275 (freenet.node.PacketSender, PacketSender
 thread for 4282, ERROR): Caught in PacketSender:
 java.lang.NullPointerException
 java.lang.NullPointerException
 at
 freenet.support.transport.ip.IPUtil.isValidAddress(IPUtil.java:13) at
 freenet.node.PeerNode.shouldThrottle(PeerNode.java:3915) at
 freenet.node.PeerNode.shouldThrottle(PeerNode.java:3909) at
 freenet.node.PacketSender.realRun(PacketSender.java:230) at
 freenet.node.PacketSender.run(PacketSender.java:168)
 at java.lang.Thread.run(Unknown Source)
 at freenet.support.io.NativeThread.run(NativeThread.java:99)

 I tried to re-start the node, but I think hitting the restart button
 didn't actually work.  Shutting down didn't work, either.  I had to
 use the Windows service manager and shut it down from there.  Other
 than that, all seemed well.  The connections to my peers were
 'connected' as usual.

 I started the node up again (from Windows service manager), it seemed
 fine for a while, but my freenet-latest.log is now, once again,
 expanding at ~1 MB/s :P

 I can browse freenet OK, though.
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[freenet-support] How do you move freenet to another computer

2008-10-26 Thread bqz69
How do you move  freenet to another computer, so you can continue to use the 
same node ref. and datastore etc.



[freenet-support] freenet stops running

2008-10-26 Thread bqz69
I am running freenet 1165 on a fit-pc using ubuntu 8.04.

Freenet is  installed with autostart property set.

When I check fit-pc the next morning, freenet has stopped running (fms works 
ok).

I run ./run.sh status, and is told freenet is not running.

Then I run ./run.sh start, and freenet starts up telling among others:

"there isn-t enough entropy", but starts anyway.

This has now happened 3 days in a row.



[freenet-support] freenet stops running

2008-10-26 Thread bqz69
I am running freenet 1165 on a fit-pc using ubuntu 8.04.

Freenet is  installed with autostart property set.

When I check fit-pc the next morning, freenet has stopped running (fms works 
ok).

I run ./run.sh status, and is told freenet is not running.

Then I run ./run.sh start, and freenet starts up telling among others:

there isn-t enough entropy, but starts anyway.

This has now happened 3 days in a row.
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[freenet-support] How do you move freenet to another computer

2008-10-26 Thread bqz69
How do you move  freenet to another computer, so you can continue to use the 
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Re: [freenet-support] freenet stops running

2008-10-26 Thread bqz69
On Sunday 26 October 2008 13.07.56 bqz69 wrote:
 I am running freenet 1165 on a fit-pc using ubuntu 8.04.

 Freenet is  installed with autostart property set.

 When I check fit-pc the next morning, freenet has stopped running (fms
 works ok).

 I run ./run.sh status, and is told freenet is not running.

 Then I run ./run.sh start, and freenet starts up telling among others:

 there isn-t enough entropy, but starts anyway.

 This has now happened 3 days in a row.
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Right now I tried to stop -and start freenet på fit-pc, bun only one peer got 
connected and the unconnected (busy).

I have another freenet running on another computer (hp pavilion dv 9000), and 
it runs cintinuously and have 12 peers connected at the moment.

They are both connected to the internet vis same router and adsl modem.

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[freenet-support] thaw

2008-09-30 Thread bqz69
On Tuesday 30 September 2008 11.26.04 Jelbert Holtrop wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I'm looking for Thaw. on USK at TIIZD-axvwg68FnLojP~c-
> G~nW4SBUo7Aj0cRUBNK2A,JB8a9cI4zsY7Zrgh84~NXHKQwDB1bADEY6VE9umf7-
> Y,AQACAAE/thaw-howto/1/ I read that Thaw.jar should be in het freenet
> directory. However the file is not there. I use a mac and seached for
> it using finder and locate in the terminal:
>
> noname:freenet jp$ locate Thaw
> /System/Library/Perl/Extras/5.8.8/MLDBM/Serializer/FreezeThaw.pm
> noname:freenet jp$
>
> im running:
> Freenet 0.7 Build #1165 r22843M
> Freenet-ext Build #22 r22506
>
> The solution is probably very simple but somehow I cant find it. Can
> you help me?
> Greetings,
>
> Jelbert
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http://127.0.0.1: -> choose second last link "The Freenet Applications 
Freesite" -> "Thaw Basics" -> "Getting Thaw"



Re: [freenet-support] thaw

2008-09-30 Thread bqz69
On Tuesday 30 September 2008 11.26.04 Jelbert Holtrop wrote:
 Hi all,

 I'm looking for Thaw. on [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 G~nW4SBUo7Aj0cRUBNK2A,JB8a9cI4zsY7Zrgh84~NXHKQwDB1bADEY6VE9umf7-
 Y,AQACAAE/thaw-howto/1/ I read that Thaw.jar should be in het freenet
 directory. However the file is not there. I use a mac and seached for
 it using finder and locate in the terminal:

 noname:freenet jp$ locate Thaw
 /System/Library/Perl/Extras/5.8.8/MLDBM/Serializer/FreezeThaw.pm
 noname:freenet jp$

 im running:
 Freenet 0.7 Build #1165 r22843M
 Freenet-ext Build #22 r22506

 The solution is probably very simple but somehow I cant find it. Can
 you help me?
 Greetings,

 Jelbert

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[freenet-support] New version of Freenet Minihowto published on http://www.minihowto.org

2008-09-22 Thread bqz69
New version of Freenet Minihowto published on http://www.minihowto.org

Please note that on this site you can also learn how to install ubuntu 
encrypted.

Please feel free to publish the site link at your liking



[freenet-support] New version of Freenet Minihowto published on http://www.minihowto.org

2008-09-21 Thread bqz69
New version of Freenet Minihowto published on http://www.minihowto.org

Please note that on this site you can also learn how to install ubuntu 
encrypted.

Please feel free to publish the site link at your liking
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[freenet-support] Freemail plugin disappears

2008-09-20 Thread bqz69
Just now when started freenet, my freemail plugin had disappeared.

Same thing has happened twice for me, when updating FMS (I think that was the 
reason).



[freenet-support] Freemail plugin disappears

2008-09-20 Thread bqz69
Just now when started freenet, my freemail plugin had disappeared.

Same thing has happened twice for me, when updating FMS (I think that was the 
reason).
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[freenet-support] How does a Freenet newbie get Freenet friends to become invisible

2008-09-09 Thread bqz69
I have almost made a supplementary Freenet, Freemail, JSite -and FMS 
minihowto, but I need an important question answered.

How does a Freenet newbie, who urgently needs Freenet for some purpose, add 
reference nodes of Friends, when he/she does not have any Freenet Friends, 
but is all on his own?

This is a question about finding Freenet friends, and not about adding the 
very reference node (that I know already)

Freenet becomes more and more rurgent, I find

I need it explained in down to earth words?

It is a very relevant question I hope. :-)



[freenet-support] How does a Freenet newbie get Freenet friends to become invisible

2008-09-09 Thread bqz69
I have almost made a supplementary Freenet, Freemail, JSite -and FMS 
minihowto, but I need an important question answered.

How does a Freenet newbie, who urgently needs Freenet for some purpose, add 
reference nodes of Friends, when he/she does not have any Freenet Friends, 
but is all on his own?

This is a question about finding Freenet friends, and not about adding the 
very reference node (that I know already)

Freenet becomes more and more rurgent, I find

I need it explained in down to earth words?

It is a very relevant question I hope. :-)
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[freenet-support] How to announce a freesite anonymously

2008-09-05 Thread bqz69
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?



[freenet-support] How to announce a freesite anonymously

2008-09-05 Thread bqz69
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?
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[freenet-support] running freenet on memory stick

2008-08-25 Thread bqz69
Your question is more an ubuntu question :-)

Try to google for:
"can you install ubuntu 8.04 on a 8 gb usb stick" without the "

You can also try the mailing list:
https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-users
or the archive:
https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-users/

I expect that using a usb stick will make everything more slow?
+++


On Monday 25 August 2008 10.06.21 bqz69 wrote:
> See www.minihowto.org - here you can see how to install ubuntu 8.04
> encrypted, and also how to make a backup  using dd, so even your backup is
> encrypted.
>
> Then you can run freenet from there - it works well - and the speed is ok.
>
> Just a comment :-)
> +++
>
> On Monday 25 August 2008 09.38.42 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
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[freenet-support] running freenet on memory stick

2008-08-25 Thread bqz69
See www.minihowto.org - here you can see how to install ubuntu 8.04 encrypted, 
and also how to make a backup  using dd, so even your backup is encrypted.

Then you can run freenet from there - it works well - and the speed is ok.

Just a comment :-)
+++

On Monday 25 August 2008 09.38.42 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





Re: [freenet-support] running freenet on memory stick

2008-08-25 Thread bqz69
See www.minihowto.org - here you can see how to install ubuntu 8.04 encrypted, 
and also how to make a backup  using dd, so even your backup is encrypted.

Then you can run freenet from there - it works well - and the speed is ok.

Just a comment :-)
+++

On Monday 25 August 2008 09.38.42 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


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Re: [freenet-support] running freenet on memory stick

2008-08-25 Thread bqz69
Your question is more an ubuntu question :-)

Try to google for:
can you install ubuntu 8.04 on a 8 gb usb stick without the 

You can also try the mailing list:
https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-users
or the archive:
https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-users/

I expect that using a usb stick will make everything more slow?
+++


On Monday 25 August 2008 10.06.21 bqz69 wrote:
 See www.minihowto.org - here you can see how to install ubuntu 8.04
 encrypted, and also how to make a backup  using dd, so even your backup is
 encrypted.

 Then you can run freenet from there - it works well - and the speed is ok.

 Just a comment :-)
 +++

 On Monday 25 August 2008 09.38.42 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

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

2008-08-23 Thread bqz69
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? :-)




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

2008-08-23 Thread bqz69
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? :-)

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

2008-08-22 Thread bqz69
>
> 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

Local Peer
Trust List Trust Comment

Insertion boxes and the "Set" button, on the message board?



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2008-08-22 Thread bqz69

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

2008-08-22 Thread bqz69

---BeginMessage---
On Friday 22 August 2008 14.34.00 you wrote:
 bqz69 wrote:
  I have installed fms, and it is running.
 
  I also have freemail -and thunderbird running, and can receive -and send
  freemail messages.
 
  I am reading the fms page http://localhost:8080/;, but I need a better
  overview, because I am an fms newbie?
 
  How do I use fms to read fms boards - what setup do I have to do?
 
  How do I send messages to a fms board - what setup do I have to do, and
  how do I send the message?
 
  I am asking my question like this, so other fms newbies can also learn
  :-)
 
  Thanks in advance.

 Hi,

 I'm only replying off list because i'm attaching a large file, feel free to
 respond back on the list.

 This is a video file that somebody has graciously put together in order to
 help people to set up FMS with thunderbird.

  - Volodya

Thanks, THANKS a lot, that helped.

I have sent a message to the test board, but I only see a message from some 
eliza*, which says the ackbot has received my message, but my message is 
not on the board - what am I supposed to do to get my real message on the 
board (I cannot understand the peer trust/acknowledge thing)?  :-)
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Re: [freenet-support] how to use fms - the freenet message system

2008-08-22 Thread bqz69

 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

Local Peer
Trust List Trust Comment

Insertion boxes and the Set button, on the message board?
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[freenet-support] how to use fms - the freenet message system

2008-08-21 Thread bqz69
I have installed fms, and it is running.

I also have freemail -and thunderbird running, and can receive -and send 
freemail messages.

I am reading the fms page "http://localhost:8080/;, but I need a better 
overview, because I am an fms newbie?

How do I use fms to read fms boards - what setup do I have to do?

How do I send messages to a fms board - what setup do I have to do, and how do 
I send the message?

I am asking my question like this, so other fms newbies can also learn :-)

Thanks in advance.




[freenet-support] how to install freemail

2008-08-21 Thread bqz69
On Thursday 21 August 2008 15.30.44 bqz69 wrote:
> On Thursday 21 August 2008 12.14.46 Volodya wrote:
> > > I then went to the "visit" page, but I did not insert anything in the
> > > "Domain" line as I do not know what to insert?
> >
> > Anything you want. For example if you want for your mail to be
> > User at TheCoolDomain.freemail put 'TheCoolDomain' there.
> >
> > >> For more help about Freemail and other Freenet applications you might
> > >> want to visit
> > >> http://localhost:/freenet:USK at ugb~uuscsidMI-Ze8laZe~o3BUIb3S50i25R
> > >>Iw DH9 9M,9T20t3xoG-dQfMO94LGOl9AxRTkaz~TykFY-voqaTQI,AQACAAE/FAFS/23/
> > >> (not maintained by me).
> > >
> > > Did not work, but I have the Freemail site already from
> > > the "http://127.0.0.1:/; page.
> >
> > Strange. 'localhost' should be the same thing as '127.0.0.1'.
>
> I just changed "localhost" to "127.0.0.1" to try to solve my problem - have
> now changed back to "localhost".
>
> I have now gotten my short email address ending on .freemail, so that looks
> good.
>
> But when I try to "Get Mail" I get an Alert "Failed to connect to server
> localhost".
> When i try to send I also get the Alert "Failed to connect to server
> localhost".
>
> My 3 ports settings are:
> Port 3143 Default 143
> Port 1119 Default 119
> Port 3025 Default 25
> I have tried to remove the 143, 119 and 25 as Defaults, but do not know how
> to do that - maybe I should just leave it as is?
***
I fixed my problem myself:
I removed the imap settings and then added the account again, and now it 
works - sorry, probably because I have changed the domain name. :-)




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[freenet-support] how to install freemail

2008-08-21 Thread bqz69
On Thursday 21 August 2008 12.14.46 Volodya wrote:
> > I then went to the "visit" page, but I did not insert anything in the
> > "Domain" line as I do not know what to insert?
>
> Anything you want. For example if you want for your mail to be
> User at TheCoolDomain.freemail put 'TheCoolDomain' there.
>
> >> For more help about Freemail and other Freenet applications you might
> >> want to visit
> >> http://localhost:/freenet:USK at ugb~uuscsidMI-Ze8laZe~o3BUIb3S50i25RIw
> >>DH9 9M,9T20t3xoG-dQfMO94LGOl9AxRTkaz~TykFY-voqaTQI,AQACAAE/FAFS/23/ (not
> >> maintained by me).
> >
> > Did not work, but I have the Freemail site already from
> > the "http://127.0.0.1:/; page.
>
> Strange. 'localhost' should be the same thing as '127.0.0.1'.

I just changed "localhost" to "127.0.0.1" to try to solve my problem - have 
now changed back to "localhost".

I have now gotten my short email address ending on .freemail, so that looks 
good.

But when I try to "Get Mail" I get an Alert "Failed to connect to server 
localhost".
When i try to send I also get the Alert "Failed to connect to server 
localhost".

My 3 ports settings are:
Port 3143 Default 143
Port 1119 Default 119
Port 3025 Default 25
I have tried to remove the 143, 119 and 25 as Defaults, but do not know how to 
do that - maybe I should just leave it as is?




Re: [freenet-support] how to install freemail

2008-08-21 Thread bqz69
On Thursday 21 August 2008 12.14.46 Volodya wrote:
  I then went to the visit page, but I did not insert anything in the
  Domain line as I do not know what to insert?

 Anything you want. For example if you want for your mail to be
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] put 'TheCoolDomain' there.

  For more help about Freemail and other Freenet applications you might
  want to visit
  http://localhost:/freenet:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
 DH9 9M,9T20t3xoG-dQfMO94LGOl9AxRTkaz~TykFY-voqaTQI,AQACAAE/FAFS/23/ (not
  maintained by me).
 
  Did not work, but I have the Freemail site already from
  the http://127.0.0.1:/; page.

 Strange. 'localhost' should be the same thing as '127.0.0.1'.

I just changed localhost to 127.0.0.1 to try to solve my problem - have 
now changed back to localhost.

I have now gotten my short email address ending on .freemail, so that looks 
good.

But when I try to Get Mail I get an Alert Failed to connect to server 
localhost.
When i try to send I also get the Alert Failed to connect to server 
localhost.

My 3 ports settings are:
Port 3143 Default 143
Port 1119 Default 119
Port 3025 Default 25
I have tried to remove the 143, 119 and 25 as Defaults, but do not know how to 
do that - maybe I should just leave it as is?

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Re: [freenet-support] how to install freemail

2008-08-21 Thread bqz69
On Thursday 21 August 2008 15.30.44 bqz69 wrote:
 On Thursday 21 August 2008 12.14.46 Volodya wrote:
   I then went to the visit page, but I did not insert anything in the
   Domain line as I do not know what to insert?
 
  Anything you want. For example if you want for your mail to be
  [EMAIL PROTECTED] put 'TheCoolDomain' there.
 
   For more help about Freemail and other Freenet applications you might
   want to visit
   http://localhost:/freenet:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
  Iw DH9 9M,9T20t3xoG-dQfMO94LGOl9AxRTkaz~TykFY-voqaTQI,AQACAAE/FAFS/23/
   (not maintained by me).
  
   Did not work, but I have the Freemail site already from
   the http://127.0.0.1:/; page.
 
  Strange. 'localhost' should be the same thing as '127.0.0.1'.

 I just changed localhost to 127.0.0.1 to try to solve my problem - have
 now changed back to localhost.

 I have now gotten my short email address ending on .freemail, so that looks
 good.

 But when I try to Get Mail I get an Alert Failed to connect to server
 localhost.
 When i try to send I also get the Alert Failed to connect to server
 localhost.

 My 3 ports settings are:
 Port 3143 Default 143
 Port 1119 Default 119
 Port 3025 Default 25
 I have tried to remove the 143, 119 and 25 as Defaults, but do not know how
 to do that - maybe I should just leave it as is?
***
I fixed my problem myself:
I removed the imap settings and then added the account again, and now it 
works - sorry, probably because I have changed the domain name. :-)





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

2008-08-21 Thread bqz69
I have installed fms, and it is running.

I also have freemail -and thunderbird running, and can receive -and send 
freemail messages.

I am reading the fms page http://localhost:8080/;, but I need a better 
overview, because I am an fms newbie?

How do I use fms to read fms boards - what setup do I have to do?

How do I send messages to a fms board - what setup do I have to do, and how do 
I send the message?

I am asking my question like this, so other fms newbies can also learn :-)

Thanks in advance.

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[freenet-support] how to install freemail

2008-08-20 Thread bqz69
Anybody know how to install freemail - I have downloaded Freemail-0.1-11.jar 
but get no *.jar file.

Instead I get a zip file, and when I decompress it, I get no *.jar file, but 4 
directories without any *.jar file?

I am not a programmer, so please do not answer too short - thanks?



Re: [freenet-support] how to install freemail

2008-08-20 Thread bqz69
Thanks! :-)
On Wednesday 20 August 2008 13.15.39 Volodya wrote:
 bqz69 wrote:
  Anybody know how to install freemail - I have downloaded
  Freemail-0.1-11.jar but get no *.jar file.
 
  Instead I get a zip file, and when I decompress it, I get no *.jar file,
  but 4 directories without any *.jar file?
 
  I am not a programmer, so please do not answer too short - thanks?

 q;-)

 When people say '*.jar file' what they mean is a file with any name which
 ends with '.jar', so Freemain-0.1-11.jar is a *.jar file. You shouldn't
 decompress it, but keep it as it is.

 A better way of installing Freemail is to go to
 http://localhost:/plugins/ and select 'Freemail' from the 'Load
 Official plugin:' drop-down menu there. Note: If somebody is monitoring
 your connection they will know that you have gotten Freemail, as the
 download happens from the normal web. They will *not* know what you do with
 the Freemail after you downloaded it, though.
This did not work.

Instead I inserted in Add an Unofficial Plugin:
/home/user1/downloads/freenet/freemail_/MfeZlMXJZja-FfLA6Yyqf~e8HdH5r3-WsxGtUxUOdyE
 - 
and then I clicked the Load button - and that worked.


 Once it downloads you should see 'Visit' button next to Freemail plugin,
 you need to click it and follow the instructions.
I then went to the visit page, but I did not insert anything in the Domain 
line as I do not know what to insert?

I have done setup according to the Freemail Setup page, and everything looks 
ok, but I cannot send a mail to myself?
- it says not a freemail address?
Status says that I am connected to 127.0.0.1  and looks as it is trying to 
send (small moving box).
It also says Verify that your SMTP server settings is correct?
Any clues of what I am missing (it is quite difficult for a newbie to find 
out, as the documentation is missing the small important parts - I find)


 For more help about Freemail and other Freenet applications you might want
 to visit
 http://localhost:/freenet:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
9M,9T20t3xoG-dQfMO94LGOl9AxRTkaz~TykFY-voqaTQI,AQACAAE/FAFS/23/ (not
 maintained by me).
Did not work, but I have the Freemail site already from 
the http://127.0.0.1:/; page.


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[freenet-support] how to install freemail

2008-08-19 Thread bqz69
Anybody know how to install freemail - I have downloaded Freemail-0.1-11.jar 
but get no *.jar file.

Instead I get a zip file, and when I decompress it, I get no *.jar file, but 4 
directories without any *.jar file?

I am not a programmer, so please do not answer too short - thanks?
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[freenet-support] A few questions from a newbie

2008-08-17 Thread bqz69
On Sunday 17 August 2008 10.17.54 Dalek Invasion wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I'm new to FreeNet.  A few questions not found in the FAQs.
>
> 1) How 'big' is FreeNet, as in how much data and files are available and
> how 'useful' is FreeNet as it is now?  I've had a look around and there
> seems to be a fair amount of sites on the main indexes although after a
> few days of exploration it seems most 'interesting' sites would be
> exhausted unless I am missing something?  I suppose there are many
> unannounced sites not open to the public.  I also presume FreeNet is
> used for some 'closed' networks amongst trusted peers only that is not
> accessible to the public FreeNet.
>
> 2) How can I find 'friends'?  I don't know anyone else running FreeNet.
>
> 3) As FreeNet is 'alpha', is it recommended only to developers or it is
> a useful information and communication medium yet with a significant
> size of nodes?
>
> 4) There are no boards or discussion threads available when I start
> Frost - how do I find active discussion boards and when I post do I
> remain anonymous or am I assigned some sort of FreeMail address to use?
> There is not much documentation on Frost.
>
> 5) And a natural question heard many times, is there much seriously
> morally objectionable content plaguing FreeNet?  I support the
> philosophy of FreeNet but I hope it won't degenerate in to just another
> haven for mentally deranged perverts.
>
> 6) What other index pages / search engines are there or is what is in
> the main index pages pretty much what's there to explore in FreeNet?
>
> 7) When I installed FreeNet I was advised to use an email address as my
> node name, why?  Won't this compromise the security and anonymity of my
> node?
>
> 8) As FreeNet will undoubtedly attract nasty people, am I running a
> major security risk on my computer (Linux based) by running FreeNet,
> leaving it open to hacking?
>
> Any assistance appreciated :-)

I am another enduser of freenet (have been on -and off in periods during the 
last few years).

I find there is lacking a fair amount of documentation:

freenet - works fine, and has a fair amount of documentation.

jsite - works fine, and has a fair amount of documentation.

fms - I have got it installed, but do not know how to use it (lack of 
documentation)?

freemail - I cannot get it installed and cannot find how to use it (lack of 
documentation)?

Here follows some further comments to your questions, and the clever ones will 
then have to add more comments.  :-)

1. Nobody knows how big freenet is.
There probably are hidden freenet web sites.

2/3. You cannot find friends.
But I think, if you are a group of people who KNOWS EACH OTHER IN REAL LIFE,  
they could use freenet at their advantage (just my imagination):
A group of foreign disidents of some country
A group of political opposition people of some country
A group of motor cycle gangsters somewhere
A group who wants to smuggle cigarettes -and whiskey
A group of people who wants to exchange secret pictures/documents/videos/etc
A group of people working on some secret scientific/commercial project
Only the phantasy sets the limit

For not so secret matters you can perfectly well use the strangers (untrusted 
peers) freenet.

4. You should  use fms instead of frost?

5. That's not my problem *humour*

6.  You could announce your freenet sites via fms?

7. You do not need to use an  e-mail address, you can use a username.

8.You could use an encrypted ubuntu linux, encrypted directories (encfs) -and 
files (gpg).
Check out: www.minihowto.org

If you use the automatic untrusted peers strangers net, you could be detected 
for connecting to freenet, but nobody will know what you are doing.

If you are using the trusted friends net (exchanging reference nodes person to 
person), nobody will have a clue about you being connecting to freenet - so 
you are completely invisible.

Above is what I have picked up, reading freenet documentation - hope it could 
help, to add something to the freenet discussion etc. 

I find your questions are very relevant, as I have had some of the same 
questions myself, and it is hard to find answers? 

Freenet seems to be very active in France and a few other countries (the 
rumour says).



[freenet-support] how to send a message to a fms board

2008-08-16 Thread bqz69
I am using ubuntu 8.04 - KDE - and freenet.

I have downloaded/installed:

fms v. 0.3.17

Thunderbird and inserted "thunderbird-fms-extension-5-fms.xpi"

http://pocoproject.org/poco/download/
poco-1.3.2.tar.gz   (took a long time to compile)

Everything works fine - I start fms and can go to http://localhost:8080/ 
(the fms administration page)
I can read other messages of fms in thunderbird ok.

But, how do I upload a message to a fms board?
I do not see any place where to insert the message text? :-)

Is there a small fms manual for an end user as me, with normal speech 
explanations.  :-?

I am reading the: FMS : Freenet Message System - Overview page

There are so many special phrases in freenet (peers, nodes etc) that it is 
difficult for an enduser to understand the various instructions.

I am the author of www.minihowto.org, and my plan is to make a new updated 
freenet minihowto for my website - my intention is "short" plain normal words 
howtos, so hopefully more ordinary people can start using freenet - (it is 
difficult)

By the way, you are doing a phantastic excellent work on freenet, out there - 
thanks



[freenet-support] how to send a message to a fms board

2008-08-15 Thread bqz69
I am using ubuntu 8.04 - KDE - and freenet.

I have downloaded/installed:

fms v. 0.3.17

Thunderbird and inserted thunderbird-fms-extension-5-fms.xpi

http://pocoproject.org/poco/download/
poco-1.3.2.tar.gz   (took a long time to compile)

Everything works fine - I start fms and can go to http://localhost:8080/ 
(the fms administration page)
I can read other messages of fms in thunderbird ok.

But, how do I upload a message to a fms board?
I do not see any place where to insert the message text? :-)

Is there a small fms manual for an end user as me, with normal speech 
explanations.  :-?

I am reading the: FMS : Freenet Message System - Overview page

There are so many special phrases in freenet (peers, nodes etc) that it is 
difficult for an enduser to understand the various instructions.

I am the author of www.minihowto.org, and my plan is to make a new updated 
freenet minihowto for my website - my intention is short plain normal words 
howtos, so hopefully more ordinary people can start using freenet - (it is 
difficult)

By the way, you are doing a phantastic excellent work on freenet, out there - 
thanks
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[freenet-support] how to use the bulix pastebin as a self-service for exchanging freenet reference nodes

2008-08-06 Thread bqz69
When you use http://dark-code.bulix.org/ to make your reference node, you see  
30 links below on the same site, each containing a ref node of somebody else.

When you then go to http://www.bulix.org/ you see on the left side of this 
page, some 26 lines down following:

"I'm also providing a self-service pastebin. "

Does that mean, that you here can exchange reference nodes with any of the 
above 30 links:

If so you do not need to go to the irc.freenode.net #freenet and get in 
contact with people which you really do not know anyway.

What is the idea with these 30 links?

Anybody knows - is there a small instruction manual for using those.

That would be a nice way to exchange ref nodes with "friends".

:-)



[freenet-support] how to use the bulix pastebin as a self-service for exchanging freenet reference nodes

2008-08-06 Thread bqz69
When you use http://dark-code.bulix.org/ to make your reference node, you see  
30 links below on the same site, each containing a ref node of somebody else.

When you then go to http://www.bulix.org/ you see on the left side of this 
page, some 26 lines down following:

I'm also providing a self-service pastebin. 

Does that mean, that you here can exchange reference nodes with any of the 
above 30 links:

If so you do not need to go to the irc.freenode.net #freenet and get in 
contact with people which you really do not know anyway.

What is the idea with these 30 links?

Anybody knows - is there a small instruction manual for using those.

That would be a nice way to exchange ref nodes with friends.

:-)
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[freenet-support] Support Digest, Vol 35, Issue 1

2008-08-04 Thread bqz69
How to download and install freenet

I am using KDE and ubuntu 8.04.
I have had freenet installed during the last years on earlier versions of 
ubuntu without any problems - still waiting for a way to get friendly nodes 
automatic, so freenet can be properly anonymous to use *humor*.

I installed freenet yesterday:

$ sudo aptitude install sun-java6-jre

$ sudo update-java-alternatives -s java-6-sun

mkdir /home/my_username/freenet (freenet with small "f")

cd ~/freenet  (equals cd /home/my_username/freenet)

$ wget http://downloads.freenetproject.org/alpha/installer/new_installer.jar
(that downloads "new_installer.jar" into the "~/freenet" directory)
(see http://freenetproject.org/download.html)

$ java -jar new_installer.jar
(installs the "new_installer.jar")
I followed the wizard(see http://freenetproject.org/install.html)

Then I had freenet installed in ~/Freenet

To stop, start or check wheter freenet is running I do:

cd Freenet
./run.sh stop

cd Freenet
./run.sh start

cd Freenet
./run.sh status

http://127.0.0.1:/
(this is where freenet is running in firefox - you have main menus top left on 
that page)

http://freenetproject.org/lists.html
(here you have freenet mailing lists)

http://freenetproject.org/connect.html
(here you can read about how to connect to freenet nodes)

http://dark-code.bulix.org/
(here is the bulix pastebin)

irc.freenode.net - #freenet
(here is where you can get some help from other freenet people)

Hope above hints might help somebody  :-)
++

On Friday 01 August 2008 18.51.21 Volodya wrote:
> Ian Clarke wrote:
> > Setting aside the fact that this guy is clearly an asshole, does
> > anyone understand what problem he is running into here?
> >
> > Ian.
> >
> > On Fri, Aug 1, 2008 at 10:39 AM, Don Lee  wrote:
> >> The installer should not attempt an install if there's a serious
> >> problem.
> >>
> >> I don't see a fix for this and I've already got a "good" JVM, right
> >> from SUN. Still, I reinstalled JVM and freenet still fails.
> >>
> >> I've tried to install freenet several times on several machines over
> >> the last two years.
> >>
> >> My opinion is that it's total shite.
> >>
> >> It has never worked, and will never work.
> >>
> >> Back to TOR, which works...
> >>
> >> Goodbye Fakenet.
>
> He mentions that he tried to install Sun Java from Sun's website. In my
> experience on Ubuntu Sun's installation does everything possible to put
> itself in locations where it will not be found.
>
> Simply reinstalling it won't do much good, one must ensure that all the
> links point to where they need to point to.
>
> Also you have given the dude a wrong link i think:
>  >>When everything is OK, restart a fresh install by clicking on this link
>  >> http://downloads.freenetproject.org/alpha/installer/mac/freenet.jnlp
>
> That's /mac/ at the end of the path there, he says he uses Kubuntu.
>
> Or it can be something completely different...
>- Volodya





Re: [freenet-support] Support Digest, Vol 35, Issue 1

2008-08-04 Thread bqz69
How to download and install freenet

I am using KDE and ubuntu 8.04.
I have had freenet installed during the last years on earlier versions of 
ubuntu without any problems - still waiting for a way to get friendly nodes 
automatic, so freenet can be properly anonymous to use *humor*.

I installed freenet yesterday:

$ sudo aptitude install sun-java6-jre

$ sudo update-java-alternatives -s java-6-sun

mkdir /home/my_username/freenet (freenet with small f)

cd ~/freenet  (equals cd /home/my_username/freenet)

$ wget http://downloads.freenetproject.org/alpha/installer/new_installer.jar
(that downloads new_installer.jar into the ~/freenet directory)
(see http://freenetproject.org/download.html)

$ java -jar new_installer.jar
(installs the new_installer.jar)
I followed the wizard(see http://freenetproject.org/install.html)

Then I had freenet installed in ~/Freenet

To stop, start or check wheter freenet is running I do:

cd Freenet
./run.sh stop

cd Freenet
./run.sh start

cd Freenet
./run.sh status

http://127.0.0.1:/
(this is where freenet is running in firefox - you have main menus top left on 
that page)

http://freenetproject.org/lists.html
(here you have freenet mailing lists)

http://freenetproject.org/connect.html
(here you can read about how to connect to freenet nodes)

http://dark-code.bulix.org/
(here is the bulix pastebin)

irc.freenode.net - #freenet
(here is where you can get some help from other freenet people)

Hope above hints might help somebody  :-)
++

On Friday 01 August 2008 18.51.21 Volodya wrote:
 Ian Clarke wrote:
  Setting aside the fact that this guy is clearly an asshole, does
  anyone understand what problem he is running into here?
 
  Ian.
 
  On Fri, Aug 1, 2008 at 10:39 AM, Don Lee [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  The installer should not attempt an install if there's a serious
  problem.
 
  I don't see a fix for this and I've already got a good JVM, right
  from SUN. Still, I reinstalled JVM and freenet still fails.
 
  I've tried to install freenet several times on several machines over
  the last two years.
 
  My opinion is that it's total shite.
 
  It has never worked, and will never work.
 
  Back to TOR, which works...
 
  Goodbye Fakenet.

 He mentions that he tried to install Sun Java from Sun's website. In my
 experience on Ubuntu Sun's installation does everything possible to put
 itself in locations where it will not be found.

 Simply reinstalling it won't do much good, one must ensure that all the
 links point to where they need to point to.

 Also you have given the dude a wrong link i think:
  When everything is OK, restart a fresh install by clicking on this link
   http://downloads.freenetproject.org/alpha/installer/mac/freenet.jnlp

 That's /mac/ at the end of the path there, he says he uses Kubuntu.

 Or it can be something completely different...
- Volodya


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