Re: [freenet-support] Cannot install on FreeBSD

2015-09-19 Thread Dave Larsen
Srry I don't know how to start a new subject , but how do I use frost in
freenet on my Linux Korora 22 Cinnamon 64bit??? I dld it but it isn't doing
anything I'm lost please help!!!
On Sep 12, 2015 10:58 AM, "Thor Ablestar"  wrote:

> Hello!
>
> I've at last managed to start FreeNet on FreeBSD and at least webgui shows
> an intro page.
>
> The secret was to add a libjcpuid-x86-freebsd.so from
> /usr/ports/math/libjbigi/* to Freenet/lib,
> after it FreeNet uses net/i2p/util/libjbigi-freebsd-pentium3.so and starts.
>
> It seems that a libjcpuid is required.
>
> FreeBSD-10.2-i386, processor Xeon X3440@2.53GHz
>
> On 09/10/15 08:09, Steve Dougherty wrote:
>
>> I don't know. That may be. I'm surprised Freenet is attempting to use
>> acceleration instead of falling back to a pure Java implementation. Can you
>> copy the line about "net/i2p/util/libjbigi" from your wrapper.log please?
>> Please reply-all to include the support list instead of emailing only me
>> directly.
>>
>
> Anatoly
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Re: [freenet-support] Uninstall problem

2015-09-19 Thread Dave Larsen
Srry I don't know how to start a new subject , but how do I use frost in
freenet on my Linux Korora 22 Cinnamon 64bit??? I dld it but it isn't doing
anything I'm lost please help!!!
On Sep 10, 2015 8:01 AM, "lmacrock ."  wrote:

> Hello all, I uninstalled freenet, but my hard drive  is still being
> accessed. I did not use the uninstall tab on the freenet site, for I really
> did not know it was there. any and all help would be great.
>
> Thanks
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Re: [freenet-support] Uninstall Problem

2015-09-19 Thread Dave Larsen
Srry I don't know how to start a new subject , but how do I use frost in
freenet on my Linux Korora 22 Cinnamon 64bit??? I dld it but it isn't doing
anything I'm lost please help!!!
On Sep 10, 2015 10:10 PM, "lmacrock ."  wrote:

> I uninstalled freenet, but my system is still being accessed the same as
> when freenet was installed. I did not use the uninstall tab on the freenet
> site, for I really did not know it was there, until I started looking
> around for help. What do I need to do to stop this. Any and all help would
> be great.
>
> Thank you
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Re: [freenet-support] Installing Freenet on Kali Linux

2015-09-19 Thread Dave Larsen
Srry I don't know how to start a new subject , but how do I use frost in
freenet on my Linux Korora 22 Cinnamon 64bit??? I dld it but it isn't doing
anything I'm lost please help!!!
On Sep 10, 2015 11:42 PM, "dean"  wrote:

> On 11/09/15 13:00, Pedro Serrano wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I have problems installing freenet on my Kali Linux.
> >
> > java.io.IOException: Cannot run program
> "/usr/local/Freenet/bin/install_updater.sh":java.io.IOException: error=13,
> Permission denied ?
> >
> > but I'm using root!
> > (sorry for my bad english)
> >
>
> Is the script executable? eg ls -l install_updater.sh?
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Re: [freenet-support] Unable to connect

2015-09-19 Thread Dave Larsen
Srry I don't know how to start a new subject , but how do I use frost in
freenet on my Linux Korora 22 Cinnamon 64bit??? I dld it but it isn't doing
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On Sep 9, 2015 6:59 PM, "Rolly the Canadian eh" 
wrote:

> Hi,
>
> OS10
>
> Thanx,jm
>
> > Subject: Re: [freenet-support] Unable to connect
> > To: support@freenetproject.org; rollyi...@hotmail.com
> > From: st...@asksteved.com
> > Date: Wed, 9 Sep 2015 19:10:42 -0400
> >
> > On 09/09/2015 03:14 PM, Rolly the Canadian eh wrote:
> > > ""Unable to connect
> > >
> > > Firefox can't establish a connection to the server at 127.0.0.1:.
> > >
> > > The site could be temporarily unavailable or too busy. Try again in a
> few moments.
> > > If you are unable to load any pages, check your computer's network
> connection.
> > > If your computer or network is protected by a firewall or proxy, make
> sure that Firefox is permitted to access the Web.""
> >
> > What operating system are you using?
> >
>
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Re: [freenet-support] Moving freenet to another partition

2015-09-19 Thread Dave Larsen
Srry I don't know how to start a new subject , but how do I use frost in
freenet on my Linux Korora 22 Cinnamon 64bit??? I dld it but it isn't doing
anything I'm lost please help!!!
On Sep 8, 2015 8:55 AM, "Ivo Vegter"  wrote:

> To move freenet from /opt to /home, I followed the instructions here:
> https://wiki.freenetproject.org/Moving_an_Installation
> i.e. I changed all occurrences of /opt in freenet.ini to /home.
>
> I use systemd, and updated the freenet.service file to reflect the new
> location. For good measure, I changed the freenet user's home directory
> from /opt/freenet to /home/freenet, too.
>
> Systemd was unable to start freenet, however. The log says only that the
> main process exited with status 1 and the systemd unit consequently failed
> with result 'exit-code'. (Exact log below.)
>
> I found more references to /opt in run.sh and wrapper.config, which
> suggests the above wiki page is incomplete, at best. I changed those
> occurrences too, but no luck.
>
> Pls halp.
> ​
> ​Ivo​
>
> ​LOG (note last 4 lines in particular):
>
> Sep 08 15:19:27 myhost.mydomain sudo[26977]:myuser : TTY=pts/0 ;
> PWD=/home/freenet ; USER=root ; COMMAND=/usr/bin/systemctl start freenet
> Sep 08 15:19:27 myhost.mydomain sudo[26977]: pam_unix(sudo:session):
> session opened for user root by myuser(uid=0)
> Sep 08 15:19:27 myhost.mydomain systemd[1]: Starting Freenet...
> -- Subject: Unit freenet.service has begun start-up
> -- Defined-By: systemd
> -- Support: http://lists.freedesktop.org/mailman/listinfo/systemd-devel
> --
> -- Unit freenet.service has begun starting up.
> Sep 08 15:19:27 myhost.mydomain polkitd[553]: Registered Authentication
> Agent for unix-process:26978:25862142 (system bus name :1.82
> [/usr/bin/pkttyagent --notify-fd 5 --fallback], object path
> /org/freedesktop/PolicyKit1/AuthenticationAgent, locale en_GB.UTF-8)
> Sep 08 15:19:32 myhost.mydomain run.sh[26983]: Starting Freenet done
> Sep 08 15:19:32 myhost.mydomain sudo[26977]: pam_unix(sudo:session):
> session closed for user root
> Sep 08 15:19:32 myhost.mydomain systemd[1]: Started Freenet.
> -- Subject: Unit freenet.service has finished start-up
> -- Defined-By: systemd
> -- Support: http://lists.freedesktop.org/mailman/listinfo/systemd-devel
> --
> -- Unit freenet.service has finished starting up.
> --
> -- The start-up result is done.
> Sep 08 15:19:32 myhost.mydomain polkitd[553]: Unregistered Authentication
> Agent for unix-process:26978:25862142 (system bus name :1.82, object path
> /org/freedesktop/PolicyKit1/AuthenticationAgent, locale en_GB.UTF-8)
> (disconnected from bus)
> Sep 08 15:19:33 myhost.mydomain systemd[1]: freenet.service: Main process
> exited, code=exited, status=1/FAILURE
> Sep 08 15:19:33 myhost.mydomain run.sh[27031]: Freenet is not running.
> Sep 08 15:19:33 myhost.mydomain systemd[1]: freenet.service: Unit entered
> failed state.
> Sep 08 15:19:33 myhost.mydomain systemd[1]: freenet.service: Failed with
> result 'exit-code'.
>
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Re: [freenet-support] Convert to Linus was:Freenet memory useage

2015-09-19 Thread Dave Larsen
Srry I don't know how to start a new subject , but how do I use frost in
freenet on my Linux Korora 22 Cinnamon 64bit??? I dld it but it isn't doing
anything I'm lost please help!!!
On Aug 11, 2015 12:07 PM, "Dave Larsen" <hoppameiste...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Just looked in my gmail  I don't see a new or compose feild anywhere
> On Aug 11, 2015 12:04 PM, "Dave Larsen" <hoppameiste...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Thank you, but the help on the Linux pages so far have been useless, my
>> external hdd is there but I can't use it, there is no tutorial I could find
>> that, shows or tells me how to setup and use an external hdd in/on Linux,
>> seems no matter where I go o can't find the info I need, I'm not a computer
>> geek if these companies or whatever want us to use their products, they
>> should have some kind of open q and a, why does one have to create an
>> account somewhere to ask questions, even for here, had to sign up to become
>> a member to get q and a, there should be fields for questions then if one
>> is serious have them enter their email Addy for a reply, anyway no matter
>> where I've looked online I can't find anything about setting up a USB hdd
>> in Linux maybe you have links or more information that will help but I do
>> have Linux now and I would really like to get back to freenetting but can't
>> in my current situation please help
>> On Aug 11, 2015 4:18 AM, "dean" <deanshann...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>> Hi Dave,
>>>
>>> On Mon, 2015-08-10 at 20:51 -0500, Dave Larsen wrote:
>>> > I don't know how to get Linux I tried all day today every site I
>>> > tried to dl something from says windows cannot open this file type or
>>> > there is no file type that is supported something like that tried
>>> > direct downloads everything the same didn't work
>>>
>>> I cannot tell from your messages if you have managed to install Linux
>>> or not so i will reply both ways.
>>> Ok I would recommend doing some research on installing and using Linux
>>> before you try anything else. An example: https://www.linux.com/learn/t
>>> utorials/784060-the-complete-beginners-guide-to-linux
>>> <https://www.linux.com/learn/tutorials/784060-the-complete-beginners-guide-to-linux>.
>>> It is not
>>> something you can download and run from windows( with the exception of
>>> wubi). Normal installation is to download an image, burn/copy to a usb
>>> stick/cd/dvd and boot your computer with that.
>>> ** This can result in wiping *EVERYTHING ON YOUR HARD DRIVE***
>>> so think twice before doing ;-)
>>>
>>> >   Sorry i don't know how to start a new msg
>>>
>>> To start a new topic you want to hit 'new' or 'compose' in your email
>>> client and use the 'To' address : support@freenetproject.org
>>> When you reply to an email you are joining your mail to the existing
>>> thread.
>>>
>>> >  but I changed os to Linux but I really don't know what I'm doing, I
>>> > would like to put freenet on my external hdd but it doesn't give me
>>> > the option that I understand,  says something about choosing the
>>> > directory, not what disk or drive to put it on I had it on once but
>>> > it I believe was on my internal hdd  what can/do I do please help new
>>> > to Linux but figuring it out  slowly thank you
>>>
>>> In Linux everything is a file there is no c: or d: drives.
>>> Normally your first or internal drive is called sda in the 'devices'
>>> folder, and your partitions are the number after the drive. so
>>> /dev/sda1 'should' be the first partition on your internal drive
>>> /dev/sdb or /dev/sdc are 'might' be your external drive - google will
>>> help you there too.
>>>
>>> > The effort of learning Linux will be worth it.
>>>
>>> This is true, but its a very steep learning curve.
>>>
>>> Good luck
>>> Dean.
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Re: [freenet-support] inbuilt freenet type design

2015-09-19 Thread Dave Larsen
Srry I don't know how to start a new subject , but how do I use frost in
freenet on my Linux Korora 22 Cinnamon 64bit??? I dld it but it isn't doing
anything I'm lost please help!!!
On Aug 4, 2015 4:35 PM, "Arne Babenhauserheide"  wrote:

> Hi James,
>
> If you want to reduce the load on your server, it might be useful to
> have a look at the DownloadMesh specification from Gnutella:
>
> http://rfc-gnutella.sourceforge.net/developer/tmp/download-mesh.html
>
> It realizes completely decentralized swarming where the server only
> needs to provide some initial IPs (instead of managing the swarm as in
> the BitTorrent protocol). As soon as a client knows some IPs, it can
> get additional ones from these other clients. The server can
> additionally point to a static file as alternate source.
>
> Best wishes,
> Arne
>
> Am Dienstag, 4. August 2015, 15:16:40 schrieb James Jackson:
> > Hey,
> > I have been working on a project called Bittess, that you might be
> > interested in as we seem to have similar goals. The project uses the
> latest
> > webRTC to set up a peer to peer website within a regular browser without
> > any other software. There are some limitations but we managed to get a
> > prototype up and running at bittess.com. You can view the code and more
> > info on how it works over at our github site
> > https://github.com/BitTess/BitTess.
> >
> > Good luck with your endeavour.
> >
> > James
> > BitTess
>
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[freenet-support] Frost

2015-09-19 Thread Dave Larsen
Srry I don't know how to start a new subject , but how do I use frost in
freenet on my Linux Korora 22 Cinnamon 64bit??? I dld it but it isn't doing
anything I'm lost please help!!!
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Re: [freenet-support] Back-Off, or something of which nothing is written

2015-09-19 Thread Dave Larsen
Srry I don't know how to start a new subject , but how do I use frost in
freenet on my Linux Korora 22 Cinnamon 64bit??? I dld it but it isn't doing
anything I'm lost please help!!!
On Jul 21, 2015 9:01 PM, "VolodyA! V Anarhist" 
wrote:

> Spam detection software, running on the system "freenetproject.org",
> has identified this incoming email as possible spam.  The original
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> similar future email.  If you have any questions, see
> the administrator of that system for details.
>
> Content preview:  As i understand the whole process of back-off, just by
> observing
>what is happening with my node: There are two numbers, the first is how
> much
>time is left for the node to be backed off. The second is how much time
> it
>was backed-off for during this incident. When the first counter reaches
> 0,
>then it checks whether it can do things correctly now. If not, it then
> increases
>the second number (doubles it?) and then sets the first to that value
> and
>waits again. If it can communicate, then it decreases the second number
> and
>things operate normally. [...]
>
> Content analysis details:   (5.2 points, 5.0 required)
>
>  pts rule name  description
>  --
> --
>  2.0 FREENET_FROM_BACKUPMX  Received from the backup-MX server
>  0.8 BAYES_50   BODY: Bayes spam probability is 40 to 60%
> [score: 0.5000]
>  0.1 DKIM_SIGNEDMessage has a DKIM or DK signature, not
> necessarily valid
>  1.0 T_DKIM_INVALID DKIM-Signature header exists but is not valid
>  0.5 UNPARSEABLE_RELAY  Informational: message has unparseable relay
> lines
>  0.8 RDNS_NONE  Delivered to internal network by a host with
> no rDNS
>
>
>
>
> -- Forwarded message --
> From: "VolodyA! V Anarhist" 
> To: List - Freenet Support 
> Cc:
> Date: Sat, 18 Jul 2015 09:50:44 +0300
> Subject: Back-Off, or something of which nothing is written
> As i understand the whole process of back-off, just by observing what is
> happening with my node:
>
> There are two numbers, the first is how much time is left for the node to
> be
> backed off. The second is how much time it was backed-off for during this
> incident. When the first counter reaches 0, then it checks whether it can
> do
> things correctly now. If not, it then increases the second number (doubles
> it?) and then sets the first to that value and waits again. If it can
> communicate, then it decreases the second number and things operate
> normally.
>
> I wasn't able to catch how the decrease of the duration happens. And wasn't
> able to find anything in documentation.
>
> Is there something written about it, and i just missed it?
> I am fine with you just pointing me to the Java class where it happens,
> i'll
> read the code.
>
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Re: [freenet-support] Do not download files from Freenet and Frost

2015-09-19 Thread Dave Larsen
Srry I don't know how to start a new subject , but how do I use frost in
freenet on my Linux Korora 22 Cinnamon 64bit??? I dld it but it isn't doing
anything I'm lost please help!!!
On Jul 23, 2015 4:25 PM, "xor"  wrote:

> On Tuesday, July 21, 2015 07:17:08 PM aleksa...@loadby.us wrote:
> > Hi, do not open the site and do not download the files in  Frost as in
> > Freenet download file reaches 100% and then download everything goes,
> > himself a downloadable file in the download folder does not appear, at
> the
> > same time he works news frost chats updated.Tried on different operating
> > systems (ubuntu,windows), reinstalled Freenet all the same.Please tell me
> > what could be the reason?
>
> This likely sounds like an issue which Freenet version build 1468
> introduced
> and build 1469 has fixed.
>
> 1469 was released just a day before your report so it is likely that you
> were
> still on 1468.
>
> Can you try whether this still happens with 1469 ?
>
> Thanks and sorry for the inconvenience
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Re: [freenet-support] Convert to Linus was:Freenet memory useage

2015-08-11 Thread Dave Larsen
Just looked in my gmail  I don't see a new or compose feild anywhere
On Aug 11, 2015 12:04 PM, Dave Larsen hoppameiste...@gmail.com wrote:

 Thank you, but the help on the Linux pages so far have been useless, my
 external hdd is there but I can't use it, there is no tutorial I could find
 that, shows or tells me how to setup and use an external hdd in/on Linux,
 seems no matter where I go o can't find the info I need, I'm not a computer
 geek if these companies or whatever want us to use their products, they
 should have some kind of open q and a, why does one have to create an
 account somewhere to ask questions, even for here, had to sign up to become
 a member to get q and a, there should be fields for questions then if one
 is serious have them enter their email Addy for a reply, anyway no matter
 where I've looked online I can't find anything about setting up a USB hdd
 in Linux maybe you have links or more information that will help but I do
 have Linux now and I would really like to get back to freenetting but can't
 in my current situation please help
 On Aug 11, 2015 4:18 AM, dean deanshann...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi Dave,

 On Mon, 2015-08-10 at 20:51 -0500, Dave Larsen wrote:
  I don't know how to get Linux I tried all day today every site I
  tried to dl something from says windows cannot open this file type or
  there is no file type that is supported something like that tried
  direct downloads everything the same didn't work

 I cannot tell from your messages if you have managed to install Linux
 or not so i will reply both ways.
 Ok I would recommend doing some research on installing and using Linux
 before you try anything else. An example: https://www.linux.com/learn/t
 utorials/784060-the-complete-beginners-guide-to-linux
 https://www.linux.com/learn/tutorials/784060-the-complete-beginners-guide-to-linux.
 It is not
 something you can download and run from windows( with the exception of
 wubi). Normal installation is to download an image, burn/copy to a usb
 stick/cd/dvd and boot your computer with that.
 ** This can result in wiping *EVERYTHING ON YOUR HARD DRIVE***
 so think twice before doing ;-)

Sorry i don't know how to start a new msg

 To start a new topic you want to hit 'new' or 'compose' in your email
 client and use the 'To' address : support@freenetproject.org
 When you reply to an email you are joining your mail to the existing
 thread.

   but I changed os to Linux but I really don't know what I'm doing, I
  would like to put freenet on my external hdd but it doesn't give me
  the option that I understand,  says something about choosing the
  directory, not what disk or drive to put it on I had it on once but
  it I believe was on my internal hdd  what can/do I do please help new
  to Linux but figuring it out  slowly thank you

 In Linux everything is a file there is no c: or d: drives.
 Normally your first or internal drive is called sda in the 'devices'
 folder, and your partitions are the number after the drive. so
 /dev/sda1 'should' be the first partition on your internal drive
 /dev/sdb or /dev/sdc are 'might' be your external drive - google will
 help you there too.

  The effort of learning Linux will be worth it.

 This is true, but its a very steep learning curve.

 Good luck
 Dean.
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Re: [freenet-support] Convert to Linus was:Freenet memory useage

2015-08-11 Thread Dave Larsen
Thank you, but the help on the Linux pages so far have been useless, my
external hdd is there but I can't use it, there is no tutorial I could find
that, shows or tells me how to setup and use an external hdd in/on Linux,
seems no matter where I go o can't find the info I need, I'm not a computer
geek if these companies or whatever want us to use their products, they
should have some kind of open q and a, why does one have to create an
account somewhere to ask questions, even for here, had to sign up to become
a member to get q and a, there should be fields for questions then if one
is serious have them enter their email Addy for a reply, anyway no matter
where I've looked online I can't find anything about setting up a USB hdd
in Linux maybe you have links or more information that will help but I do
have Linux now and I would really like to get back to freenetting but can't
in my current situation please help
On Aug 11, 2015 4:18 AM, dean deanshann...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi Dave,

 On Mon, 2015-08-10 at 20:51 -0500, Dave Larsen wrote:
  I don't know how to get Linux I tried all day today every site I
  tried to dl something from says windows cannot open this file type or
  there is no file type that is supported something like that tried
  direct downloads everything the same didn't work

 I cannot tell from your messages if you have managed to install Linux
 or not so i will reply both ways.
 Ok I would recommend doing some research on installing and using Linux
 before you try anything else. An example: https://www.linux.com/learn/t
 utorials/784060-the-complete-beginners-guide-to-linux. It is not
 something you can download and run from windows( with the exception of
 wubi). Normal installation is to download an image, burn/copy to a usb
 stick/cd/dvd and boot your computer with that.
 ** This can result in wiping *EVERYTHING ON YOUR HARD DRIVE***
 so think twice before doing ;-)

Sorry i don't know how to start a new msg

 To start a new topic you want to hit 'new' or 'compose' in your email
 client and use the 'To' address : support@freenetproject.org
 When you reply to an email you are joining your mail to the existing
 thread.

   but I changed os to Linux but I really don't know what I'm doing, I
  would like to put freenet on my external hdd but it doesn't give me
  the option that I understand,  says something about choosing the
  directory, not what disk or drive to put it on I had it on once but
  it I believe was on my internal hdd  what can/do I do please help new
  to Linux but figuring it out  slowly thank you

 In Linux everything is a file there is no c: or d: drives.
 Normally your first or internal drive is called sda in the 'devices'
 folder, and your partitions are the number after the drive. so
 /dev/sda1 'should' be the first partition on your internal drive
 /dev/sdb or /dev/sdc are 'might' be your external drive - google will
 help you there too.

  The effort of learning Linux will be worth it.

 This is true, but its a very steep learning curve.

 Good luck
 Dean.
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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet memory useage

2015-08-10 Thread Dave Larsen
I don't know how to get Linux I tried all day today every site I tried to
dl something from says windows cannot open this file type or there is no
file type that is supported something like that tried  direct downloads
everything the same didn't work so OK new  info I have here  I sent the
next except already but I figured I would add it here too to go along with
the individual that said I should get Linux, here it goes;
   Sorry i don't know how to start a new msg but I changed os to
Linux but I really don't know what I'm doing, I would like to put freenet
on my external hdd but it doesn't give me the option that I understand,
says something about choosing the directory, not what disk or drive to put
it on I had it on once but it I believe was on my internal hdd  what can/do
I do please help new to Linux but figuring it out  slowly thank you
Java generally uses 2x the memory you tell it, it is the nature of its
memory
design. So if you have 1g to spare, give it 512 and it shoudl use 1 gig. It
is
not random how much it will max at, it is 2x.

If your computer is able to lock up because of Java, then that is a flaw of
your operating system or hardware. It is technically impossible for a java
program to do that. That is the design of java. It cannot be Freenet's
fault,
as Java is guaranteed to prevent it. The problem is your operating system.
Switch to Linux and you won't have any of these problems. Windows/OSX =
Microsoft/Apple = American Corporation = NSA. There really is no point in
using Freenet on Winblows. You might as well use it on the front steps of
their office on a computer you borrow from them. The effort of learning
Linux
will be worth it. If you are already using linux, then it is guaranteed that
you have bad hardware and need to replace your computer.

Sv.

On Monday, July 20, 2015, at 12:29 PM, Dave Larsen wrote:
 If I set my wrapper to 1g, it would prob use 100%of my ram. I've got it
set
 at 256 cuz at 512, it would almost max out my memory, 4gs, I don't have
any
 plugins loaded it works fine but just uses so much ram. Is there ANY other
 way to reduce memory usage from freenet. Its getting to be more of a pain
 in the butt than its worth. The asston is the way I'm describing the
amount
 of ram freenet uses its crazy how much ram this uses can't run anything
 else when freenet is a running or my PC locks up on me and I gotta
manually
 restart, so far with this new update/upgrade, I haven't lost anything when
 the freeze up occurs, but I'm limited to freenet surfing which is more
like
 watching paint dry lol, normally I watch movies or TV shows but I've
 learned that when freenet is running I can't do that I don't have the ram
,
 my CPU is fine just an asston of ram use from freenet if I don't have
 freenet running no ram issues please help
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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet Crash Upon Startup in Chrome/ Cannot Choose Firefox for Browser

2015-08-10 Thread Dave Larsen
Sorry i don't know how to start a new msg but I changed os to Linux but I
really don't know what I'm doing, I would like to put freenet on my
external hdd but it doesn't give me the option that I understand,  says
something about choosing the directory, not what disk or drive to put it on
I had it on once but it I believe was on my internal hdd  what can/do I do
please help
On Aug 6, 2015 9:05 PM, Steve Dougherty st...@asksteved.com wrote:

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

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

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

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

2015-08-06 Thread Dave Larsen
I was having the same issue, I uninstalled chrome then ran the setup of
freenet  it then opened in Firefox, then reinstall chrome Firefox should be
your freenet default I'm no expert but it worked for me, I'm guessing that
lucario moore didn't uninstall ie prob just turned off in windows  programs
and features, I don't know how freenet would start if the feature is turned
off though
On Aug 6, 2015 5:39 PM, Lucario Moore werewolfgir...@yahoo.com wrote:

 Fresh after install, Freenet tries and fails to open in Chrome. My Wrapper
 log is included as an attatchment. I'd also like to change the default
 browser to Firefox but it only shows Chrome and IE (Which I don't have
 installed).

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[freenet-support] Freenet memory useage

2015-07-20 Thread Dave Larsen
If I set my wrapper to 1g, it would prob use 100%of my ram. I've got it set
at 256 cuz at 512, it would almost max out my memory, 4gs, I don't have any
plugins loaded it works fine but just uses so much ram. Is there ANY other
way to reduce memory usage from freenet. Its getting to be more of a pain
in the butt than its worth. The asston is the way I'm describing the amount
of ram freenet uses its crazy how much ram this uses can't run anything
else when freenet is a running or my PC locks up on me and I gotta manually
restart, so far with this new update/upgrade, I haven't lost anything when
the freeze up occurs, but I'm limited to freenet surfing which is more like
watching paint dry lol, normally I watch movies or TV shows but I've
learned that when freenet is running I can't do that I don't have the ram ,
my CPU is fine just an asston of ram use from freenet if I don't have
freenet running no ram issues please help
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Re: [freenet-support] Back-Off, or something of which nothing is written

2015-07-19 Thread Dave Larsen
i am still having issues with freenet taking an asston of ram, i restarted
my pc last nite before i went to bed, got up turned my pc on the only thing
that does this is freenet,  i looked at my ram its at 68% just started not
downloading anything,  ive got the wrapper set at 256 max memory but it
still goes way above that,  is there any other way(s)  to control how much
memory(ram) freenet or java uses, i cant run 24/7 cuz, and again only when
freenet itms running  my ram climbs to the roof my pc slows down sometimes
freezes up please help thanx
On Jul 18, 2015 1:50 AM, Volodya volo...@whengendarmesleeps.org wrote:

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

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

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

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

  - Volodya

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

2015-07-16 Thread Dave Larsen
also is windows 10 going to affect how freenet runs its coming in the 29th,
thats when its released,  wether or not my computer will be upgraded that
day or not is another question but it will  be soon thereafter!!!
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Re: [freenet-support] help installing freenet on kali

2015-07-16 Thread Dave Larsen
ok good, i got freenet to start fully now too at startup of windows thanx
On Jul 16, 2015 2:21 PM, Steve Dougherty st...@asksteved.com wrote:

 We've tested on Windows 10 preview builds and it seems fine.

 On Thu, Jul 16, 2015, 3:03 PM Dave Larsen hoppameiste...@gmail.com
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 also is windows 10 going to affect how freenet runs its coming in the
 29th, thats when its released,  wether or not my computer will be upgraded
 that day or not is another question but it will  be soon thereafter!!!
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Re: [freenet-support] help installing freenet on kali

2015-07-16 Thread Dave Larsen
freenet doesnt start with Windows,  the tray starts but the service itself
doesnt start until i hit the icon in the notification area  before this
up/date/grade it would start it completelt when i hit the notif icon it
would go into freenet that was already started,  not anymore,  is there a
way to  do this
On Jul 8, 2015 12:49 PM, Arne Babenhauserheide arne_...@web.de wrote:

 You need to create a non-root user.

 useradd -m freenet
 su freenet
 cd
 # now copy the installer into ~freenet/ and run it there, as user freenet.

 Best wishes,
 Arne

 Am Mittwoch, 8. Juli 2015, 11:21:26 schrieb Alejandro Guerra:
  cannot get freenet working on kali linux, when executing the installer i
  get several messages about permission, cannot execute installer as
  root.Please help
 
  no puedo instalar freenet en kali linux, siempre me muestra un mensaje
  diciendo que el instalador no debe ser ejecutado como root. use el
 comando
  chmod pero quizas lo hago mal ya que igualmente no logro hacer nada.
 Ayuda
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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet 0.7.5 build 1468 released

2015-07-11 Thread Dave Larsen
now it is saying i need to put in the master password to to enable uploads
and downloads,  i never set a password, why is it  telling me to enter a
master password??? please help
On Jul 11, 2015 1:45 PM, Dave Larsen hoppameiste...@gmail.com wrote:

 how do i update, this link in this msg needs a program to open the file,
 what do i use to open the file or is there another way to update??? please
 help,  thanx!!!
 On Jul 11, 2015 1:08 PM, Steve Dougherty st...@asksteved.com wrote:

 The Freenet team is very happy to announce the stable release of
 Freenet 0.7.5 build 1468.



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



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



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

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

 * CHKs will change due to metadata bugfixes.

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

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

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

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



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

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



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

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



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



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

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

 * ThawIndexBrowser works again. Thanks saces!



 * Fred translations are updated.



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

 * Update existing seed node references.





 Thank you for using Freenet!



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

 [1]

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


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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet 0.7.5 build 1468 released

2015-07-11 Thread Dave Larsen
how do i update, this link in this msg needs a program to open the file,
what do i use to open the file or is there another way to update??? please
help,  thanx!!!
On Jul 11, 2015 1:08 PM, Steve Dougherty st...@asksteved.com wrote:

 The Freenet team is very happy to announce the stable release of
 Freenet 0.7.5 build 1468.



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



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



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

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

 * CHKs will change due to metadata bugfixes.

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

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

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

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



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

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



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

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



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



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

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

 * ThawIndexBrowser works again. Thanks saces!



 * Fred translations are updated.



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

 * Update existing seed node references.





 Thank you for using Freenet!



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

 [1]

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


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Re: [freenet-support] Fwd: Race conditions?

2015-07-07 Thread Dave Larsen
what is this race conditions  thing? whats  the new release, freenet
upgrade/update, new version???
On Jul 7, 2015 1:37 PM, Arne Babenhauserheide arne_...@web.de wrote:

 Dear Bhargava Manja,

 Thank you for your report of potential race conditions in Freenet!

 We welcome your tests, but we are less than a week before a big
 release which we do not want to delay any further (we have to release
 at some point, and that point is next weekend), so we won’t be able to
 address the issues before this release.

 It is likely that the race conditions are real, since there are tons
 of new code in this release, but they do not seem to have a large
 impact, so we’ll only be able to check them in more details after the
 release. I hope that suffices for your tests.

 Until then you can run a Freenet node yourself to check whether you
 can detect the effect race conditions in real usage.

 Best wishes,
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Re: [freenet-support] Java announcement

2015-06-06 Thread Dave Larsen
What do you mean (with cd) i dld java and freenet online no cd
On Jun 6, 2015 9:33 AM, Steve Dougherty st...@asksteved.com wrote:

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



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


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

 Hey, ,

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

 Kind regards,

 Pace

  On Jun 5, 2015, at 10:38 PM, Steve Dougherty st...@asksteved.com
wrote:
 
  On 06/05/2015 03:09 AM, blupace wrote:
  Hi, I have just started to follow the freenet project and I am
testing it on
  MAC.  Installation goes well, but I always get the error below.
  I have upgraded to Java version and verified it on the Java
verification page in
  the same browser that I use with freenet.
 
 
 
  Your Java version 1.6.0_65 is at its End Of Life and is no longer
receiving
  updates to fix security problems.
  Freenet will require version 1.7 or higher in a future update, so it
will stop
  working with this one.
  Please upgrade your Java installation.
 
 
  Any help appreciated.
 
 
  Regards,
 
 
  Pace
 
  This may be something we've fixed in the development version. Does the
  message go away if you shut down Freenet, replace run.sh in the
  directory Freenet is installed to with this file [0], and start Freenet
  again? The newer version of the script should be more effective at
  discovering modern Java installations on Macs.
 
  - Steve
 
  [0]
 
https://raw.githubusercontent.com/freenet/java_installer/next/res/unix/run.sh
 



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Re: [freenet-support] some problem to install freenet on linux

2015-05-20 Thread Dave Larsen
would it help if i put  freenet on an external hdd,  brand new nothing  has
been on it,  formatting it now, the idea in my mind is getting it away from
my os, im still getting the javaio eofexception,  i have uninstalled and
deleted all freenet files reinstalled it and left all the settings default
except the amount of datastore i kept that at 100 gig,I am sorry i was
/ am a jerk,  not trying to be just want this to work,  please help
On May 19, 2015 12:10 PM, Dave Larsen hoppameiste...@gmail.com wrote:

 i have done everything ppl have asked of me and nothing has worked,  i
 heard of this and thought this is where i need to be,  but im having
 nothing but issues when ive seen stuff downloaded,  and was told it came
 from freenet,  i have had it set at all defaults and still got the same
 issues  as i did after i messed with the settings,  my speed rose and my
 peers rose but error upon error after dl stuff i have givin all my info  to
 several help  people such as yourself and i keep on getting the same
 answers,  or useless info, why cant  i get this to work right, but im
 trying what you asked vicktor hopefully its a thanx,  if not ill be asking
 for more help,  im not trying to be rude i have anger issues that i cant
 control i just want this to work thats why i get so upset, i did apologize
 several times too but if i cant get this going right there mite be more of
 my anger coming out to you, i dont want that, you all dont want that so
 please just real useful info that works,  thats all im aaking, i cant help
 it if i get mad, i have mental  issues so help the disabled rather than
 shun them please please please, im trying to be good and nice and am
 asking, as i have the whole time,  by me capping everything was just so you
 all may be able to read and figure  out what  i need to do, im sorry that
 was wrong i just dont want to be trying to enjoy  freenet,  i want to enjoy
 it,

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Re: [freenet-support] some problem to install freenet on linux

2015-05-19 Thread Dave Larsen
i have done everything ppl have asked of me and nothing has worked,  i
heard of this and thought this is where i need to be,  but im having
nothing but issues when ive seen stuff downloaded,  and was told it came
from freenet,  i have had it set at all defaults and still got the same
issues  as i did after i messed with the settings,  my speed rose and my
peers rose but error upon error after dl stuff i have givin all my info  to
several help  people such as yourself and i keep on getting the same
answers,  or useless info, why cant  i get this to work right, but im
trying what you asked vicktor hopefully its a thanx,  if not ill be asking
for more help,  im not trying to be rude i have anger issues that i cant
control i just want this to work thats why i get so upset, i did apologize
several times too but if i cant get this going right there mite be more of
my anger coming out to you, i dont want that, you all dont want that so
please just real useful info that works,  thats all im aaking, i cant help
it if i get mad, i have mental  issues so help the disabled rather than
shun them please please please, im trying to be good and nice and am
asking, as i have the whole time,  by me capping everything was just so you
all may be able to read and figure  out what  i need to do, im sorry that
was wrong i just dont want to be trying to enjoy  freenet,  i want to enjoy
it,
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Re: [freenet-support] some problem to install freenet on linux

2015-05-19 Thread Dave Larsen
im just pissed trying to get  this to work and nothing is helping please
help
On May 19, 2015 10:13 AM, Victor Denisov vdeni...@plukh.org wrote:

 Dave, after subscribing to the support mailing list, you're getting all
 emails sent by all subscribers; Dennis' answer to a Linux question
 wasn't directed at you.

 To answer your question (even if you've been *extremely* rude to the
 volunteers who run this project), please try doing the following:

 1. Uninstall and reinstall Freeenet. Seriously. Please do it.
 2. Before starting Freenet, open the wrapper configuration file
 (wrapper\wrapper.conf in your Freenet installation directory) in
 Wordpad, and find the following line:

 wrapper.java.maxmemory=512

 3. Change it to

 wrapper.java.maxmemory=1024

 4. Adjust your bandwidth settings and adjust the following sizes:

 Maximum size of a RAMBucket: 4MB
 Amount of RAM to dedicate to temporary buckets: 128MB
 Freenet datastore size: 100GB
 Maximum size of the in-memory write cache for each store: 4MB
 Client cache size: 1GB

 Do not change any other settings before you've run Freenet successfully
 for at least a month or so, then you can start to gently tweak your
 configuration further.

 Finally, do not start more than ~10 downloads at once, especially if
 they're for large ( 100 MB) files.

 Regards,
 Victor Denisov.

 On 19.05.2015 6:06, Dave Larsen wrote:
  please what am i supposed  to do i dont have a bin file i dont see any
  updater file except the windows cmd thing if i uninstall and reinstall i
  gotta go through all the settings again what is going on it seems like
  if im trying to better my computer or this i try to follow the
  instructions but in the slashed list order of files the one i need is
  never there  HELP PLEASE
 
  On May 17, 2015 11:01 AM, oscar1...@anche.no
  mailto:oscar1...@anche.no wrote:
 
  How to fix java.io.IOException: Cannot run program
  /usr/local/Freenet/bin/install_updater.sh:java.io
  http://java.io.IOException: error=13, Permission denied ?
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Re: [freenet-support] PLEASE HELP FREENET ISSUES

2015-05-18 Thread Dave Larsen
by the way one guy asked for  my logs so i sent him that plus i think it
was the  same guy i sent all my settings and system info to,  but  i got a
msg saying that email was too big and was awaiting moderation i had no idea
there was a size limit to an email , how would freenet work without the
wrapper the thought of that confuses me but  ok,  please help,  i really
would like to enjoy it instead of trying to another thing that confuses me
is how would anyone know what to do with  the advanced settings,  if theyre
something that shouldnt be messed with,  maybe they shouldnt be there, or
as i suggested maybe you could have some kind of, as i said,  beginner to
pro advanced configuration guide along  with the program when its
downloaded  so everyone can enjoy  the innerinternet instead of trying
to,   im done jabbering just need help i want it to work good
On May 18, 2015 2:31 AM, Dave Larsen hoppameiste...@gmail.com wrote:

 no the wrapper is working just fine i sent another  email  saying how
 exactly i have it set up my system info thats exactly  what i am trying to
 figure out i have plenty of space to use and i just need to know  what to
 do to increase the amount of peers cuz i had it set where there was no
 advanced settings that i changed,  but i wasnt getting any  peers so i
 changed a few things  things sped up a bit and i was  starting to get more
 peers,  was averaging about 30 when running i have it going rite now trying
 to dl a file 64 peers , is there a way you can see the other  emails i sent
 i was pretty upset stuff kept going wrong am still hopeful for Advanced
 setting tips it obviously works better if its configured in  an advanced
 way ive seen the difference just crashing and java errors please if you can
 look at my other emails and instead of having me go with default please i
 have the room and speed for it
 On May 18, 2015 1:27 AM, Bert Massop bert.mas...@gmail.com wrote:

 On 18-05-15 00:34, Dave Larsen wrote:
  OK IVE TOLD YOU MY SYSTEM AND HOW I HAVE IT SET UP WAS JUST TELLING WHAT
  PROGRAMS I DO HAVE WHICH ARENT MANY. , YOU SAY TO GHANGE MY
 CONFIFURATION
  SETTINGS  WITH THE DETAILS I GAVE YOU
 
  [configuration omitted]
 
  SO HOW AM I SUPPOSED TO SET THIS , IF THIS IS WRONG  HOW SHOULD I HAVE
 IT
  SET ACCORDING TO MY SYSTEM DETAILS AND THIS PLEASE HELP ME YOU SAID
  SOMETHING BOUT NOT HAVING ENOUGH MEMORY I HAVE OVER 300 G LEFT ON MY HDD
  HOW DO I NOT HAVE ENOUGH MEMORY
 
 
  **'Maximum memory usage' in
  the 'Configuration → Core settings' menu, under the 'Wrapper' heading.
  THERE WAS/ IS NOTHING TO DO WITH THIS IN CORE SETTINGS
  THE ONLY THING THAT  HAS TO DO WITH THE WRAPPER IS Skip not using the
  wrapper warning?
SO WHERE IS THIS MAX MEM SETTING FOR THE WRAPPER
 
  REALLY IM NOT TRYING TO BE AN ASS I JUST WANT THIS TO WORK  PLEASE
 HELP
  PLEASE NO MORE BUNK OR OLD OR USELESS INFO, NOW YOU KNOW EXACTLY HOW I
 HAVE
  IT SET UP YOU HAVE MY SYSTEM INFO, SERIOUSLY,  WHAT SHOULD I DO
 DIFFERENTLY
 


 You seem to be running Freenet without the wrapper. This is not
 recommended. Also, you have changed your advanced configuration settings
 where you definitely shouldn't have, since you seem to have no idea what
 you are doing. Here's my final advice:

 1. Uninstall Freenet.
 2. Download the latest Freenet installer.
 3. Run the installer and follow the instructions.
 4. Answer the questions in the first-time configuration wizard.
 5. Don't touch any of the other configuration options. Ever.

 I sincerely hope you manage to succeed in running Freenet given this
 extremely simple instructions. Either way, don't expect me to respond to
 any of your further questions. At least not until you have bothered to
 fix both your apparently malfunctioning keyboard and your attitude
 towards those trying to help you.

 — Bert


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Re: [freenet-support] some problem to install freenet on linux

2015-05-18 Thread Dave Larsen
i get the java.io.eofexception after i suppisidly successfully dl a file,
i insalled it from the program i dl online,  are there  forgeries  of this
program that will allow access but not to successfully  dl anything
On May 18, 2015 12:33 PM, Bert Massop bert.mas...@gmail.com wrote:

 On 17-05-15 15:14, oscar1...@anche.no wrote:
  How to fix java.io.IOException: Cannot run program
  /usr/local/Freenet/bin/install_updater.sh:java.io.IOException:
  error=13, Permission denied ?

 Please elaborate:
 - Where did you see this error message?
 - What where you trying to accomplish when you received the error message?
 - What did you expect to happen instead?
 - What happened after you dismissed the error, if anything?

 My guess would be that you were trying to install Freenet through the
 installer, and that it failed half-way yielding the mentioned error
 message, instead of properly finishing the installation.

 To further assist in tracking down the source of your problems, please
 include the output of the following command, right after you receive the
 error message:

 ls -ld /usr/local/Freenet/bin /usr/local/Freenet/bin/*

 The above command lists the file permission information on several files
 related to the installation of Freenet.

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Re: [freenet-support] some problem to install freenet on linux

2015-05-18 Thread Dave Larsen
i have win 7 64 bit,  what is distro,  i installed the program and set the
settings,  i dont know if its running root how would i know if its running
root,  how do i fix the java io eofexception  error  wheres the updater,  i
should be up to date im BRAND NEW to this i dont have linux or ubuntu
thats where  all the helpful, useful, (if i had it) ,  information,  but
thats old news,  too,  where is this, install_updater. sh:java.
io.ioexception, but thats not the issue im having,  its
java.io.EOFException, WILL THAT TAKE CARE OF THIS
On May 18, 2015 10:22 AM, Dennis New denn...@dennisn.mooo.com wrote:

 On Sun, 17 May 2015 13:14:03 +, oscar1...@anche.no wrote:
  How to fix java.io.IOException: Cannot run program
  /usr/local/Freenet/bin/install_updater.sh:java.io.IOException:
  error=13, Permission denied ?

 Which distro are you using? Ideally it should have a package for
 freenet, and they should handle this bug.

 Alternatively, are you running that program (install_updater?) as root?
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Re: [freenet-support] some problem to install freenet on linux

2015-05-18 Thread Dave Larsen
please what am i supposed  to do i dont have a bin file i dont see any
updater file except the windows cmd thing if i uninstall and reinstall i
gotta go through all the settings again what is going on it seems like if
im trying to better my computer or this i try to follow the instructions
but in the slashed list order of files the one i need is never there  HELP
PLEASE
On May 17, 2015 11:01 AM, oscar1...@anche.no wrote:

 How to fix java.io.IOException: Cannot run program
 /usr/local/Freenet/bin/install_updater.sh:java.io.IOException:
 error=13, Permission denied ?
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Re: [freenet-support] PLEASE HELP FREENET ISSUES

2015-05-17 Thread Dave Larsen
OK IVE TOLD YOU MY SYSTEM AND HOW I HAVE IT SET UP WAS JUST TELLING WHAT
PROGRAMS I DO HAVE WHICH ARENT MANY. , YOU SAY TO GHANGE MY CONFIFURATION
SETTINGS  WITH THE DETAILS I GAVE YOU




OK HERES HOW I HAVE FREENET CORE SETTINGS

1 LANGUAGE = ENG

2 AUTO NODE ENCRYPTION = TRUE

3 LOCATION MASTERKEYS FILE = MASTER KEYS

 4 DERFAG DL DATABASE DURING NEXT RESTART= IVE DONE THIS EVERY FIRST RUN
WHEN I INSTALLED IT AND EVERY FIRST RUN ON REINSTALL

5 DEFRAG ONCE = ALWAS ON FIRST RUN

6 SHOW FRIENDS VIS,= NO FRIENDS SO I CHOOSE FALSE

7 DISABLE PROBALISTIC HTL = FALSE

8 MAXIMUM HTL= 18

9 IPADDY OVERWRITE = BLANK

10 TEMP IP HINT = BLANK

11 ARKS ENABLED = TRUE

12 ENABLE PER-NODE FAILURE TABLES = TRUE

13 ENABLE ULPR DATA PROPAGATION = TRUE

14 LOCATION SWAPPING = TRUE

15 LOCATION OF PEERS TO PEERS = TRUE

16 LOCATION OF THE PEERS OF OUR PEERS INTO ACCOUNT FOR ROUTING PURPOSES =
TRUE

17 QUEUEING OF SWAP REQUESTS = TRUE


18 PACKET COALESCING = TRUE

19 DARKNET PORT (UDP) = 33268

20 IP TI BIND TO = 0.0.0.0

21 TESTING PACKET DROP FREQ = 0

22 LIMIT 1 CONN PER ADDY (FRIENDS) = FALSE

23  CONNECT NODES VIA LOCAL ADDY = TRUE

24 PORT NOT FWDED = TRUE

25 INCLUDE LOC ADDY IN NODEREF = TRUE

26 PAD DATA SENT = TRUE

27 U LOAD BW LIMIT = 59 MBPS ( FREENET DETECTS IT)

28 D LOAD BW LIMIT = 59 MBPS  ( FREENET DETECTS IT)

29 THROTTLE LOCAL TRAFFIC = TRIED IT BOTH WAYS CURRENTLY SET AT TRUE


30-36 = TRUE ( I DONT WANT REFUSALS, SO I DIDNT TOUCH THESE

37 RESPOND TO PROBE REQ  FOR OF PROPORTION OF REQ OF VARIOUS KINDS REJECTED
= FALSE


38 Respond to probe requests for overall capacity usage and very
approximate bandwidth limit = FALSE

39 Randomly assigned identifier for probe requests =-5130538877874163014
(THE NUMBER GIVIN I DIDNT TOUCH THIS EITHER)


40 ENCRYPT  PERSISTANT TEMP RAM BUCKETS = TURE

41 MIN RAM BUCKET = 20 GIB ( DID THIS SIZE CUZ IT WOULD SAVE AS A FILE TO
DISK FOR BIGGER BUCKETS

42 RAM DEDICATED TEMP BUCKETS = 240 MIB

43 ENCRYPT TEMP BUCKETS = TRUE

44 DEF DL DIR = \ DOWNLOADS

45 DIR DL TO = ALL

46 DIR UL IS = ALL

47 MAX USK FETCHERS= 150

48 COMMIT AFTER EVERY DATABASE JOB = TRUE

49 OPENNET NODEREF THROUGH DARKNET PEERS = TRUE

50 LARGE STORE SHRINKS IMMEDIATELY = FALSE

51 DATASTORE TYPE = SALT-HASH


52 FREENET DATASTORE SIZE = 100 GIB

53 SLOT FILTERS = TRUE

54 PERSISTANCE INTERVAL FOR SLOT FILTERS = 300K
(NUM GIVIN DIDNT TOUCH)

56 PREALLOCATE SPACE FOR DATASTORE = TRUE

57 9 DATASTORE CACHES = 20 GIB

58 MAXTIME BLOCKS STAY INMEM BEFORE WRITTIN TO DISK = 300K (NUM GIVIN DIDNT
TOUCH

59 CLIENT CACHE TYPE = SALT-HASH

60 CLIENT CACHE SIZE= 20 GIB

61 30 MIN   CACHE = TRUE

62 WRITE LOCAL AND NEARBY REQ TO DATASTORE = FALSE

63 HOW LONG TO KEEP RECENT REQ IN CACHE = 1800K (NUM GIVIN DIDNT TOUCH)

64 Maximum size of the recent requests cache (in bytes, KB MB GB TB etc) =
27000KiB ( NUM GIVIN DIDNT TOUCH

65 Skip not using the wrapper warning? = FALSE
( THE ONLY THING HERE IN CORE SETTINGS THAT MENTIONS THE WRAPPER

66 Maximum packet size (aka MTU) = 1280 (NUM GIVIN DIDNT TOUCH)

66 Enable FNPRoutedPing? = FALSE




SO HOW AM I SUPPOSED TO SET THIS , IF THIS IS WRONG  HOW SHOULD I HAVE IT
SET ACCORDING TO MY SYSTEM DETAILS AND THIS PLEASE HELP ME YOU SAID
SOMETHING BOUT NOT HAVING ENOUGH MEMORY I HAVE OVER 300 G LEFT ON MY HDD
HOW DO I NOT HAVE ENOUGH MEMORY


**'Maximum memory usage' in
the 'Configuration → Core settings' menu, under the 'Wrapper' heading.
THERE WAS/ IS NOTHING TO DO WITH THIS IN CORE SETTINGS
THE ONLY THING THAT  HAS TO DO WITH THE WRAPPER IS Skip not using the
wrapper warning?
  SO WHERE IS THIS MAX MEM SETTING FOR THE WRAPPER

REALLY IM NOT TRYING TO BE AN ASS I JUST WANT THIS TO WORK  PLEASE HELP
PLEASE NO MORE BUNK OR OLD OR USELESS INFO, NOW YOU KNOW EXACTLY HOW I HAVE
IT SET UP YOU HAVE MY SYSTEM INFO, SERIOUSLY,  WHAT SHOULD I DO DIFFERENTLY

On Sun, May 17, 2015 at 3:54 AM, Bert Massop bert.mas...@gmail.com wrote:

 On 17-05-15 07:26, Dave Larsen wrote:
  2ND, im browsing with 40-60 peers accessing my FREENET node, but all of a
  sudden, i get a screen saying FREENET is startingup or shutting down,
 when
  i didnt do anything to stop it

 This is most likely caused by a misguided configuration.

  3RD, when i can stay on long enough to dl a file, […]
  them /or save and restore them, or, i get internal java lang heapspace
  error

 And here's the evidence. The restarts you experience are in fact crashes
 due to Freenet running out of memory.

 Your node seems to be configured it in such a way that it requires more
 system memory than it's assigned. Please try to increase your node
 memory assignment. The setting to change is 'Maximum memory usage' in
 the 'Configuration → Core settings' menu, under the 'Wrapper' heading.

  but the worst one is, i have a file complete but i get a ;
  java.io.EOFException, for 99% of what i have successfully downloaded
 ,
  not too successful

 Probably your downloads got corrupted due to the frequent unexpected
 restarts

[freenet-support] PLEASE HELP FREENET ISSUES

2015-05-16 Thread Dave Larsen
PLEASE HELP FREENET ISSUES
i opened this account to seek help with apparently, EVERY aspect of FREENET.
!ST off, why is there no easy to reach REAL, useful, help and
support for CORRECTLY setting up, and CORRECTLY configuring, for maximum
preformance,and useability OF FREENET

2ND, im browsing with 40-60 peers accessing my FREENET node, but all of a
sudden, i get a screen saying FREENET is startingup or shutting down, when
i didnt do anything to stop it, if it was started, it shouldnt stop unless
I,(ME) stops it,
i have it set up to start at my computers startup, so theres no reason for
it to startup again unless, I,(ME), stops it.

3RD, when i can stay on long enough to dl a file, i generally get an
error of some kind, saying either; certain files are corrupted, to delete
them /or save and restore them, or, i get internal java lang heapspace
error/ but the worst one is, i have a file complete but i get a ;
java.io.EOFException, for 99% of what i have successfully downloaded ,
not too successful, huh, All of what i have tried to dl has been less than
1.16 gib, tried fetching them every way possible but i almost always get
the above issues.

4TH, i am doing this on brand new, 500gb 7200 rpm hdd, 4 g ram, 60mbps up,
and download wifi speed, (my computer reads 72mbps for that), freenet
detects 59mbps for my up and dl speeds, no data limit, no bandwidth limit,
i have dedicated 100 gib of space for the datastore, and 20gb each, for the
3 other stores, i have my ram cache, (instead of the 43mib it wants to give
me), i set it up to 240 mib. i have my os, FREENET, java, 7zip, chrome,
adobe flash player and vlc player, i also have 1 3rd party system cleaning
program and one ram boost program. my os and all its files are on a
partition with mozilla, and the booster and cleaner, with 226 of 248 gb
freespace, the rest is on its own partition with 98 of 217 gb freespace, so
i should, by rights, have plenty of space and speed for this program i have
also done the things to speed up and hold mem longer and this and that for
mozilla firefox but nothing worksive tuned my pc for best preformance i
disk clean virus check and defrag on a semi-regular basis

i can almost always get to where i want to go, but when i start trying to
dl stuff, all hell breaks loose, ive been trying this for a month now and i
may have successfully downloaded 3-4 working files, but with all the crap
that keeps hapening, i loose it, please help, even if this isnt the right
page for help,

i really like where i can go here in the FREENET, and would like to become
a valued participant, maybe even a donor, but, if it dont work, im not
going to waste my time and money, ive already put in 200 hours of pretty
much unsuccessful effort, and maybe, if im lucky, 10-15 successful hours
in, please even if this is not the right place, if you can, forward this to
someone that can help, im giving my permission to do so, or point me in the
right direction for REAL HELP AND SUPPORT FOR FREENET, google is removing
info from the web to assist with freenet, i couldnt find any useful help on
tor either, if therer is info out there its either old or removed,crossed
off on google, hopefully, its worth saying this , but i doubt it,cuz i
havent had any luck finding real help yet, but im going to say, thank you
in advance for taking the time to read this and for any future associations

 sincerely
thisguy0417


this second part i was upset it looks like im yelling because until now all
the places they told me to try were dead ends i singed up with your mailing
list but never got anything back until today  i do say stupid things when
im upset and i apologize for my stupidity , ive been having issues with it
since the 1st time i downloaded it,and have been fruitlessly seeking help,
i just want this to work right i know its slow im not looking to speed up
my setup of freenet, i just want to be able to keep it running without
crashing out every other 10 or 15 mins and not get all the errors i get all
the time and the random shutdownsand startups, sometimes ill click on a tab
,changes to that tab, then its a page that says freenet is starting up, i
have it set to start at my computers startup so why does this happen or the
random shutdowns, when i start it it should stay running until i stop
it,even if there are no nodes connected, i gave all the details i could in
the above the only reason i sent the bottom one, is because when im upset i
also come up with some good ideas and thrers a real good one down there
again i apologize for my upset stupidity but please read on

I DID SUBSCRIBE, I DID THE FREE THING, I GAVE MY EMAIL ADDY BUT I NEVER GOT
A VERIFICATION EMAIL AND I REPEATEDLY SENT THE VERIFICATION MESSAGE FROM
HERE BUT NVR GOT IT CHECK YOUR SYSTEM, I FILLED OUT THE SUBSCRIPTION , MADE
MY USERNAME AND PASSWORD I DONT UNDERSTAND WHY YOURE SAYING I NEED TO
SUBSCRIBE,BUT,
IM GLAD SOMEONE REPLIED, HOWEVER ALL THE 

[freenet-support] link problem

2011-03-31 Thread Dave Johnson
Mozilla browsers Firefox can't link to 
http://citeseer.nj.nec.com/articles2000.html, keeps saying 
try again
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Re: [freenet-support] Massive losses of 0.7.5 nodes

2011-03-23 Thread Dave U . Random
On Tue, 15 Feb 2011, Matthew Toseland t...@amphibian.dyndns.org wrote:
On Tuesday 15 Feb 2011 19:14:08 Dave U. Random wrote:
 Seen on 0.5

People still use 0.5? I wonder if anyone has volunteered to provide securit=
y support...

Yes. i estimate there are well over 1,000 nodes with more being added daily

 
 Toad is still in the same mood.  The network has been screwed for months
 and gets worse each update - currently about 3 per day. =20

This is partially true. However there has been significant progress on anno=
uncement and UOM towards the end of last week. The UOM may help to bring ba=
ck a significant proportion of the lost nodes, which I believe to be old fo=
rgotten nodes with update enabled but for which it was failing due to bugs =
introduced around the time of the new packet format changes.

I've watched this list since 0.7 was forked and the rate of new things
breaking the network has never ceased to amaze me. How can 0.7 be
considered even remotely stable? excess of 50 builds since 1 jan 2011 is
NOT stable by any stretch of imagination. is a sign something is seriously
flawed from the start.

0.7 should not have been made default freenet download.  should have been a
separate 'testing' network so new users would not be exposed to the
continual breakage and multiple updates per week, sometimes multiple
updates per day.

 Every non-pedo
 board on 0.7.5 has been DOS-ed out of commission, or is the target of a
 spam bot.  There is currently no content available outside of cp.  Three
 thousand nodes have been shut down in recent weeks.

I do not care about Frost. Frost is broken by design, and is therefore depr=
ecated, period. Use FMS or Freetalk. If you don't like the negative trust i=
ssues with FMS and Freetalk, write a patch to only do positive trust. IMHO =
it would be fairly easy.

i don't care that you don't care about frost. FMS is also broken by design
with capchas 99.99% unreadable by humans. Freetalk may be useful if someone
ports it to 0.5 but i can't say for sure because i have never seen it. i
quit using 0.7 two years ago in one of many storms of total unusability.

Whoever is doing the DoS probably leaves out the pedo boards on purpose...
=20

no doubt

 Is this even remotely true?  Has 0.7.5 been losing large numbers of nodes?

Have a look at the graphs.
=20

sure, publish them where i can see them

 If so, I'm not surprised at that, only that it's taken this long.

No, it has nothing to do with Frost suckage. It was a specific event around=
 December/January that we are recovering from. (Before that we saw slow gro=
wth). It was probably due to bugs and performance problems when introducing=
 new disruptive code - specifically the new packet format code, which was n=
ecessary due to both polling issues and new load management issues, but whi=
ch we have still not fully sorted out.

0.7 has an amazing number of these 'events'


http://127.0.0.1:/freenet:USK@gjw6StjZOZ4OAG-pqOxIp5Nk11udQZOrozD4jld42=
Ac,BYyqgAtc9p0JGbJ~18XU6mtO9ChnBZdf~ttCn48FV7s,AQACAAE/graphs/1035/

http://127.0.0.1:/freenet:USK@85gZTCiQO9IEPDAGvjktO9d-ZMS1lIABR6JB85m4e=
ns,VGDItiCVzCcWAay51faZzcIfAepzeHpzXYvChlueWYE,AQACAAE/stats/1347/

sorry those URI's are broken. oh wait, you didn't actually insert them to
0.5, you want me to re-install 0.7 to look at your pictures. no thanks,
been there, done that. i'm still sore from the last abuse i got from 0.7.

.
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[freenet-support] One reason i don't trust 0.7 or it's devs

2011-03-23 Thread Dave U . Random
toad i havent trusted you since 0.7 began and i may never trust you agian.
this is part of why.

quote from a slashdot comment by http://slashdot.org/~paganizer
http://yro.slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=547480cid=23344166

Back around when the developers started talking about the darknet concept
in the first place the stated reason for doing so was so that child
pornography could be blocked. Which is good. But if you can block kiddy
porn, you can block anything. which is bad. I know dark net is not
anonymous and private, whatever their present day arguments are, because
that was their stated intent.

i very much remember this talk of blocking kiddie porn being part of what
darknet and other 'features' of 0.7 was supposed to accomplish. granted,
kiddie porn is evil and deserves to be blocked. however as the quote points
out if you can block that you can block anything.

i also remember statements of intent to block or make difficult trading of
copyrighted files. while trading such may be illegal and even wrong in some
cases, that stated goal is contrary to freenet's purpose.

that author was right, i remember those stated intents and no matter how
well archives have been scrubbed others remember them too.
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[freenet-support] Massive losses of 0.7.5 nodes

2011-02-15 Thread Dave U . Random
Seen on 0.5

Toad is still in the same mood.  The network has been screwed for months
and gets worse each update - currently about 3 per day.  Every non-pedo
board on 0.7.5 has been DOS-ed out of commission, or is the target of a
spam bot.  There is currently no content available outside of cp.  Three
thousand nodes have been shut down in recent weeks.

Is this even remotely true?  Has 0.7.5 been losing large numbers of nodes?

If so, I'm not surprised at that, only that it's taken this long.
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[freenet-support] Internal error - help

2010-06-22 Thread Dave D

Hi there,
I have the same problem as described here: 
https://freenetproject.org/view.php?id=2949

The Download page will not load, spits out a Internal error Return to queue 
page. message. 

Is there a way to rectify the problem without losing all the download keys? 

thanks
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Re: [freenet-support] Startup question

2005-02-28 Thread Dave Hooper
The automatic startup is just a property of Windows.   If you don't want 
something to run automatically, just delete the startup shortcut (it's on 
your Program Files menu off the Windows menu start button ...).  It's not a 
proprietary technology, it's just a link, and it's the same for every other 
application in Windows, for every version of Windows.   This is THE most 
obvious solution, and it is surprising you didn't try this yet.

Alternatively, when you installed Freenet, if you don't tick the Create 
shortcuts box on the installer then the installer won't create the startup 
shortcuts... If you leave that box ticked, then the Freenet installer will 
create shortcuts which cause it to run automatically...

Transient, on the other hand, is NOTHING to do with automatic startup.   If 
you want to know what transient means, try asking in the freenet-dev mailing 
list.  Otherwise, just ignore that and leave it alone.

- Original Message - 
From: Don Gregory [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: support@freenetproject.org
Sent: Sunday, February 27, 2005 6:14 PM
Subject: [freenet-support] Startup question


It appears that Freenet wants to modify the startup section of my Windows 
config so that it fires up automatically at a reboot.  I don't care for 
this.  I want to be able to launch it manually.  I hate things starting 
automatically.  Is there any way to change this?  I tell Spy Sweeper to 
remove that, but it comes back almost immediately, even if the Freenet 
process isn't running.

I thought maybe the grayed-out option to set the node to transient would 
be what controls that, but when I check the option on the Serious Geeks 
tab to allow me to change those options on the main page, it says it needs 
to restart the node for changes to take effect.  When the node restarts, 
those options are still grayed out, and the checkbox on the Serious Geeks 
tab is un-checked again.

I also tried looking through Freenet.ini for anything that might apply to 
the auto-startup, but I didn't find anything about startup or 
transient anywhere in the ini file.

So, since none of the obvious solutions are working, here I am.  Anybody 
know how to do this?

Thanks in advance,
Don
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Re: [freenet-support] Getting started question...

2005-02-28 Thread Dave Hooper
Freenet doesn't spider stuff.   Your freenet node will cache sites visited 
by you, and also cache requests made by neighbouring nodes (i.e. stuff 
requested by *other people*).   If none of your neighbouring nodes are 
forwarding requests to your node, and you don't visit any sites, then 
Freenet will be idle.   It doesn't automatically spider, but maybe it 
should, it would be pretty cool

- Original Message - 
From: Don Gregory [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: support@freenetproject.org
Sent: Sunday, February 27, 2005 6:46 PM
Subject: [freenet-support] Getting started question...


After initially setting up Freenet, (I set it to announce in the config) 
will it only download and cache sites I try to visit, or if I leave it 
running, will it just start to spider stuff automatically up to my store's 
set MB limit?

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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet: Error

2005-01-24 Thread dave
I recommend you set your system clock to the correct YEAR.   it's
currently showing 2006 (as you can tell by the mail headers on the below
email you sent out)

One good reason to set the system clock to the correct YEAR (i.e. 2005) is
that date-based redirect pages in Freenet will not work if it is incorrect
 (i.e. Freenet will try to look for a page with a 2006 datestamp .. which
obviously won't exist)

 Dear Freenet:

 When running your application, I get the following error


Freenet


Route Not Found



  Network Error


  Couldn't retrieve key: [EMAIL PROTECTED]/YoYo//
   Hops To Live: 10

   Error: Route Not Found

   Attempts were made to contact 1 nodes.

 a.. 0 were totally unreachable.
 b.. 1 restarted.
 c.. 0 cleanly rejected.
 d.. 0 backed off.
   Route Not Found messages mean that your node, or the rest of the
 network, didn't find the data or enough nodes to send the request
 to. You should retry, with the same Hops-To-Live; if it persists,
 there may be a problem (check that your internet connection is
 working). Try reseeding your node, and if that doesn't work, contact
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]

   Change Hops To Live to  and



 Please tell me what I need in order to correct this.

 Thank you

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Re: [freenet-support] temp files from gateway

2005-01-21 Thread dave
If you're worried about tempfiles you might want to store your files in an
encrypted filesystem  (or e.g. an encrypted folder on Windows XP)

 Filling with 0's then deleting is not reliable on journaled
 filesystems.. the files should be encrypted in the first place. A while
 back somebody did some changes to make sure that keys don't show up if
 logLevel is less than debug (or minor?)..

 On Fri, Jan 21, 2005 at 08:23:15AM +0100, Marco A. Calamari wrote:
 On Wed, 2005-01-19 at 17:02 +, Toad wrote:
  On Wed, Jan 19, 2005 at 04:36:13PM +, Ben Golding wrote:
   Doesn't storing decrypted data on disk break the deniability
 property
   of Freenet, which is important for freedom of speech?
 
  I'd have to check what the current behaviour is... I think we use
  temporary file buckets and don't encrypt them, in fproxy, at
 present...
  We should fix this, obviously.

 Another check on next minor release IMHO useful would be
  delete all file stored in cleartext BOTH when shutting
  down the node and when starting it.
 I mean all file in store/temp and the dir store/temp
  itself (to clean temo filenames)
 Another useful addition would be an config option to
  clean all clearinfo places: client-download (both
  content and dir), that can be used by others if the node is an
  http gateway (has the fproxy port public), logfile
  that from time to time can contain keynames in weird
  messages or other internal information as stacktraces.
 Doing this with a simple wiping algoritm (fill with
  zero before deletion) would be another good thing.

 JM2C.   Marco

  
   (after all, you can disable writing the cache to disk, even in IE!)
  
   Ben Golding
  
   - Original message -
   From: Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED]
   To: support@freenetproject.org
   Date: Wed, 19 Jan 2005 12:53:51 +
   Subject: Re: [freenet-support] temp files from gateway
  
   The encrypted files are stored in the store.
   The decrypted files may be stored in the temp directory as well.
 Which
   is often in the store, subdir temp.
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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet: Error

2005-01-21 Thread dave
To correct this ..?
Freenet could not find the data.  I'm guessing this is the first time you
are running Freenet?

Did you try 'retrying' as the message below suggests?  How long have you
been running Freenet for?

Have you read any of the documentation about Freenet yet?  I recommend you
do this first...


thanks



 Dear Freenet:

 When running your application, I get the following error


Freenet


Route Not Found



  Network Error


  Couldn't retrieve key: [EMAIL PROTECTED]/YoYo//
   Hops To Live: 10

   Error: Route Not Found

   Attempts were made to contact 1 nodes.

 a.. 0 were totally unreachable.
 b.. 1 restarted.
 c.. 0 cleanly rejected.
 d.. 0 backed off.
   Route Not Found messages mean that your node, or the rest of the
 network, didn't find the data or enough nodes to send the request
 to. You should retry, with the same Hops-To-Live; if it persists,
 there may be a problem (check that your internet connection is
 working). Try reseeding your node, and if that doesn't work, contact
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]

   Change Hops To Live to  and



 Please tell me what I need in order to correct this.

 Thank you

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Re: [freenet-support] temp files from gateway

2005-01-19 Thread dave
Well, your web browser probably stores copies in its cache ...   those
copies will in all likelihood *not* be encrypted.   But it depends on your
browser settings, and of course which browser you use to 'surf'..

 When surfin through the freenet gateway, the websites you view get stored
 on
 your system along with all the images etc. you view, where are they
 located?
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Re: [freenet-support] Re: Freenet Won't Start

2005-01-17 Thread dave
Sounds like possibly an error in the config file rather than an error in
the datastore...


 Todd Walton wrote:
 When I start Freenet I just get the bunny with the up arrows in my
 system tray.  The up arrows go on forever, Freenet never starting.

 Same here. One day it worked, next reboot nothing. I've tried deleting
 the datastore (see below) but to no avail.

 My logs show two exceptions related with input/output. I can't remember
 and I don't have it here, but it was something about an unexpected EOF.


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Re: [freenet-support] Re: Freenet Won't Start

2005-01-17 Thread dave
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Sounds like possibly an error in the config file rather than an error in
 the datastore...

 I'd suggest *not* using the windows configtool at any time. I've noticed
 it
 inserting bad character sequences into the config file.


Is that true?  I know it *used* to do that (about 2 yrs ago) but I
remember spending significant time and effort fixing it.  However since
then the freenet config file options changed about three hundred times so
I'm pretty sure the windows config tool is next to useless now  (although
I understand setting datastore size still works)

d

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Re: [freenet-support] Re: Freenet Won't Start

2005-01-17 Thread dave
 the configtool should stop being part of the
 download and the config servlet should be implemented ASAP (Toad has
 mentioned such a servlet)

I definitely agree

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Re: [freenet-support] cannot find the main class error

2004-12-20 Thread Dave
I assumed that 8.3 name creation was part of the VFAT spec.  Why would you 
want to turn it off?  (This is a genuine question, not a troll.  I'm 
wondering what the benefits might be)

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I've found my problem. When installing JRE, it installed to C:\Program
Files\Java\... but I had the 8.3 name creation turned off on my system. When
I recreated the 8.3 name, everything started working.
Hope this helps if anyone runs into the same problem
Konstantin Svist
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Re: [freenet-support] 'cannot find the main class' error

2004-12-20 Thread dave
Given the original post, I'd imagine it's some interaction between the
Windows installer and short filenames e.g. perhaps the installer assumes
that a short filename exists...   (rather than anything particularly wrong
with Freenet or the JRE)

 On 20 Dec 2004 at 9:22, Dave wrote:

 I assumed that 8.3 name creation was part of the VFAT spec.  Why would
 you
 want to turn it off?  (This is a genuine question, not a troll.  I'm
 wondering what the benefits might be)

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 Sent: Monday, December 20, 2004 1:19 AM
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 I've found my problem. When installing JRE, it installed to C:\Program
 Files\Java\... but I had the 8.3 name creation turned off on my system.
 When
 I recreated the 8.3 name, everything started working.

 Hope this helps if anyone runs into the same problem

 A better question would be: why isn't Freenet (or perhaps the JRE
 itself) fully LFN-compatible? Especially given that it's cross-
 platform, and some systems (Mac, *nix) don't have 8.3 filenames at
 all...
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Re: [freenet-support] unexpected exception

2004-11-10 Thread dave
 INFO: Native CPUID library jcpuid not loaded, reason: 'Dont know jcpuid
 library name for os type 'OS/2'' - will not be able to read CPU
 information using CPUID

 INFO: Native BigInteger library jbigi not loaded, reason: 'Dont know jbigi
 library name for os type 'OS/2'' - using pure java

 I hope these aren't severe problems.


Those are harmless, assuming you're using OS/2 ..  (you're using OS/2? 
Cool!)



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Re: [freenet-support] Re: Data store wiped - 11 Gb gone.

2004-10-12 Thread dave
 Quoting Someone [EMAIL PROTECTED]:

 Maybe the node should have some type of button on the fproxy page to do
 a clean shutdown.

 Can you not right click on the blue bunny in the system tray and select
 Shutdown?

 -todd

I requested a clean API to shut down the node.  Oh, about two years ago.
The bunny Shutdown is just a slightly-more-elegant call to TerminateProcess()

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Re: [freenet-support] freenet starts and hangs

2004-10-07 Thread Dave Hooper
No-one seems to have mentioned that your freenet.ini file looks like it is
full of junk.  What is all this =3D crap?  Try deleting the freenet.ini
file and recreating it.  Freenet really doesn't like corrupted ini files.

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From: Anonymous [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Friday, October 01, 2004 8:03 PM
Subject: [freenet-support] freenet starts and hangs


 freenet starts up, then stops with flashing '!' on the systray rabbit.
 Anyone know the cause of this?   perhaps my settings are at fault? any
 advice / recomendations are welcome except for bandwidth limits which I
 have no choice except 512bytes / sec inbound and outbound.

 thanks


 freenet.log (in it's entirety)
 Oct 1, 2004 7:45:01 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): Starting Freenet
 (Fred) 0.5 node, build #5096 on JVM Sun Microsystems Inc.:Java HotSpot(TM)
 Client VM:1.4.1_03-b02
 INFO: Native CPUID library
 'freenet/support/CPUInformation/jcpuid-x86-windows.dll' loaded from
 resource
 INFO: Optimized native BigInteger library
 'net/i2p/util/jbigi-windows-pentiummmx.dll' loaded from resource
 Oct 1, 2004 7:45:18 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): loading node
 keys: node
 Oct 1, 2004 7:45:19 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): Read node file
 Oct 1, 2004 7:45:22 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): starting
 filesystem
 Oct 1, 2004 7:45:29 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): loading data
 store
 Oct 1, 2004 7:45:30 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): loading routing
 table
 Oct 1, 2004 7:45:32 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): From input:
512.0=

 Oct 1, 2004 7:45:32 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): Setting default
 initTransferRate to 512.0
 Oct 1, 2004 7:45:54 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): Created new NGRT
 Oct 1, 2004 7:45:55 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): Loaded stats
 Oct 1, 2004 7:45:55 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): loading temp
 bucket factory
 Oct 1, 2004 7:45:55 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): loaded temp
 bucket factory
 Oct 1, 2004 7:45:55 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): Loaded bucket
 factory
 Oct 1, 2004 7:45:55 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): not seeding
 routing table
 Oct 1, 2004 7:45:59 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): starting node
 Could not initialize network I/O system! Exiting
 java.io.IOException: Unable to establish loopback connection
 at sun.nio.ch.PipeImpl$Initializer.run(Unknown Source)
 at java.security.AccessController.doPrivileged(Native Method)
 at sun.nio.ch.PipeImpl.init(Unknown Source)
 at sun.nio.ch.SelectorProviderImpl.openPipe(Unknown Source)
 at java.nio.channels.Pipe.open(Unknown Source)
 at sun.nio.ch.WindowsSelectorImpl.init(Unknown Source)
 at sun.nio.ch.WindowsSelectorProvider.openSelector(Unknown Source)
 at java.nio.channels.Selector.open(Unknown Source)
 at

freenet.transport.AbstractSelectorLoop.init(AbstractSelectorLoop.java:153=

 )
 at

freenet.transport.ThrottledSelectorLoop.init(ThrottledSelectorLoop.java:6=

 9)
 at freenet.transport.WriteSelectorLoop.init(WriteSelectorLoop.java:85)
 at
 freenet.transport.tcpConnection.startSelectorLoops(tcpConnection.java:167)
 at freenet.node.Main.startNode(Main.java:1570)
 at freenet.node.Main.spawnNode(Main.java:1060)
 at freenet.node.Main.main(Main.java:908)
 Caused by: java.net.SocketException: No buffer space available (maximum
 connections reached?): connect
 at sun.nio.ch.Net.connect(Native Method)
 at sun.nio.ch.SocketChannelImpl.connect(Unknown Source)
 at java.nio.channels.SocketChannel.open(Unknown Source)
 ... 15 more


 here's most of my freenet.ini

 [Node Config]
 # Freenet configuration file
 # This file was automatically generated by WinConfig on 09/30/04

 [Freenet Node]

 # Note that all properties may be overridden from the command line,
 # so for example, java Freenet.Node --listenPort 1 will cause
 # the setting in this file to be ignored


 
 # Normal entries
 

 # The byte size of the datastore cache file.  Note that it will maintain
 # a fixed size. If you change this or the storePath field following,
 # your entire datastore will be wiped and replaced with a blank one
 storeSize=3D795M

 # The path to a single file (including file name, or a comma-separated
list=

 # of files,
 # containing the data store.  The size of each file is given by
storeSize=

 # Defaults to cache_port in the main freenet directory.
 #storeFile=3D


 # The port to listen for incoming FNP (Freenet Node Protocol) connections
o=
 n.
 listenPort=3D##

 # The I.P. address of this node as seen by the public internet.
 # This is needed in order for the node to determine its own
 # NodeReference.
 ipAddress=3Dmydomain.com
 # Transient nodes do not give out references to themselves, and should
 # therefore not receive any requests.  Set this to yes only if you are
 # on a slow, non-permanent connection.
 transient=3Dfalse

 # The directory to store any temporary files created by the node. It gets
 # 

Re: [freenet-support] freenet starts and hangs

2004-10-07 Thread Dave Hooper
Yeah, but if =3D is actually in the ini file, then that's bad (right?).

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From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Sunday, October 03, 2004 10:52 AM
Subject: Re: [freenet-support] freenet starts and hangs


 mail escape string for '=' as '=' itself is used to escape special
characters

 No-one seems to have mentioned that your freenet.ini file looks like it
is
 full of junk.  What is all this =3D crap?  Try deleting the freenet.ini
 file and recreating it.  Freenet really doesn't like corrupted ini files.
 
 - Original Message - 
 From: Anonymous [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Sent: Friday, October 01, 2004 8:03 PM
 Subject: [freenet-support] freenet starts and hangs
 
 
  freenet starts up, then stops with flashing '!' on the systray rabbit.
  Anyone know the cause of this?   perhaps my settings are at fault? any
  advice / recomendations are welcome except for bandwidth limits which I
  have no choice except 512bytes / sec inbound and outbound.
 
  thanks
 
 
  freenet.log (in it's entirety)
  Oct 1, 2004 7:45:01 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): Starting
Freenet
  (Fred) 0.5 node, build #5096 on JVM Sun Microsystems Inc.:Java
HotSpot(TM)
  Client VM:1.4.1_03-b02
  INFO: Native CPUID library
  'freenet/support/CPUInformation/jcpuid-x86-windows.dll' loaded from
  resource
  INFO: Optimized native BigInteger library
  'net/i2p/util/jbigi-windows-pentiummmx.dll' loaded from resource
  Oct 1, 2004 7:45:18 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): loading node
  keys: node
  Oct 1, 2004 7:45:19 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): Read node
file
  Oct 1, 2004 7:45:22 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): starting
  filesystem
  Oct 1, 2004 7:45:29 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): loading data
  store
  Oct 1, 2004 7:45:30 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): loading
routing
  table
  Oct 1, 2004 7:45:32 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): From input:
 512.0=
 
  Oct 1, 2004 7:45:32 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): Setting
default
  initTransferRate to 512.0
  Oct 1, 2004 7:45:54 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): Created new
NGRT
  Oct 1, 2004 7:45:55 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): Loaded stats
  Oct 1, 2004 7:45:55 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): loading temp
  bucket factory
  Oct 1, 2004 7:45:55 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): loaded temp
  bucket factory
  Oct 1, 2004 7:45:55 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): Loaded bucket
  factory
  Oct 1, 2004 7:45:55 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): not seeding
  routing table
  Oct 1, 2004 7:45:59 AM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): starting node
  Could not initialize network I/O system! Exiting
  java.io.IOException: Unable to establish loopback connection
  at sun.nio.ch.PipeImpl$Initializer.run(Unknown Source)
  at java.security.AccessController.doPrivileged(Native Method)
  at sun.nio.ch.PipeImpl.init(Unknown Source)
  at sun.nio.ch.SelectorProviderImpl.openPipe(Unknown Source)
  at java.nio.channels.Pipe.open(Unknown Source)
  at sun.nio.ch.WindowsSelectorImpl.init(Unknown Source)
  at sun.nio.ch.WindowsSelectorProvider.openSelector(Unknown Source)
  at java.nio.channels.Selector.open(Unknown Source)
  at
 

freenet.transport.AbstractSelectorLoop.init(AbstractSelectorLoop.java:153
=
 
  )
  at
 

freenet.transport.ThrottledSelectorLoop.init(ThrottledSelectorLoop.java:6
=
 
  9)
  at
freenet.transport.WriteSelectorLoop.init(WriteSelectorLoop.java:85)
  at
 
freenet.transport.tcpConnection.startSelectorLoops(tcpConnection.java:167)
  at freenet.node.Main.startNode(Main.java:1570)
  at freenet.node.Main.spawnNode(Main.java:1060)
  at freenet.node.Main.main(Main.java:908)
  Caused by: java.net.SocketException: No buffer space available (maximum
  connections reached?): connect
  at sun.nio.ch.Net.connect(Native Method)
  at sun.nio.ch.SocketChannelImpl.connect(Unknown Source)
  at java.nio.channels.SocketChannel.open(Unknown Source)
  ... 15 more
 
 
  here's most of my freenet.ini
 
  [Node Config]
  # Freenet configuration file
  # This file was automatically generated by WinConfig on 09/30/04
 
  [Freenet Node]
 
  # Note that all properties may be overridden from the command line,
  # so for example, java Freenet.Node --listenPort 1 will cause
  # the setting in this file to be ignored
 
 
  
  # Normal entries
  
 
  # The byte size of the datastore cache file.  Note that it will
maintain
  # a fixed size. If you change this or the storePath field following,
  # your entire datastore will be wiped and replaced with a blank one
  storeSize=3D795M
 
  # The path to a single file (including file name, or a comma-separated
 list=
 
  # of files,
  # containing the data store.  The size of each file is given by
 storeSize=
 
  # Defaults to cache_port in the main freenet directory.
  #storeFile=3D
 
 
  # The port to listen for incoming FNP (Freenet Node Protocol)
connections
 o=
  n.
  listenPort=3D##
 
 

Re: [freenet-support] JVM Launcher Error

2004-09-24 Thread dave
As far as I remember, the winstaller actually checks that the 1.4.x JVM is
installed.  If you have the 1.5.x JVM, I believe the winstaller will still
point fred to use the 1.4.x JVM  (I could be mistaken of course
because I've not even looked at any of the installer code for over a year)

 You've missed the point completely. The error message was Could not find
 the main class. A java programmer knows this to be not an error with the
 virtual machine, but more of a classpath issue (the VM cannot find the
 class; it never actually *ran* anything).

 Recommending that the user upgrade their VM is bad advice since that
 clearly
 isn't the issue. It's not too much to ask those who wish to contribute by
 answering support questions that they actually understand the nuances of
 Java.

 Recommending that the user upgrade their VM is bad advice since that
 clearly isn't the issue. is a prime example of spicious reasoning: it
 does
 not follow, because it's not the main issue, that it is bad advice. At
 most,
 if the advice was not wrong on itself and if no other recommandations were
 made, it would constitute inadequate advice.

 I didn't miss the point, but you mix two things: the recommandation that
 he
 uses another JVM, and the recommandation that he should just auto-install
 the stuff, and not put it manually in a folder. That installing a new JVM
 is
 probably not a main issue under XP was made clear enough by my words:
 'besides', 'mostly for linux', 'preferably', etc.

 The fact that it couldn't find the path IS probably due to him installing
 stuff manually in a folder. Under windows, with the webupdate and all, you
 can auto-install JVM as well as freenet 'out of the box', without any
 manual
 moving around afterwards, as I've said. In fact, your comment about him
 installing it manually and that he will discover his error, hints at this
 as
 well. But since I think it's more difficult to find the right file(s) and
 move it to the right folder, or adapt the path; the most easy thing to do
 is
 auto-installing a new JVM. I have done exactly the same more then once,
 also
 under windows, and I've never encountered classpath problems, so IMHO, the
 recommandation was not 'bad'.

 Using another JVM like the 1.5.x build is an extra recommandation, for the
 reasons I already said in earlier posts (and to which you do not agree, I
 know). Maybe your interaction with users is vastly more elaborate then
 mine,
 but *I* didn't see much bugreports with as cause the 1.5.x build,
 certainly
 not compared to the 1.4.2 build. And, as you indicated, Toad himself has
 recommended it already too.

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Re: [freenet-support] JVM Launcher Error

2004-09-22 Thread dave
Yes.   If you just downloaded freenet.exe, and then some other random
files, and put them in a folder, and run freenet.exe,  then that's really
useless.   You should  *install*  freenet, by running the  *installer*.

So either, as Toad says, download all the files manually, put them in a
folder, and run freenet-webinstall.exe

Or just download and run freenet-webinstall.exe...  it kinda does
everything automatically  (it's almost smart, in fact)

 Hmm. Download the files and put in a temp folder. Then run
 freenet-webinstall.exe. This will install into some other folder,
 without downloading the files again, will detect the JVM, set up the
 config file, and so on.

 On Tue, Sep 21, 2004 at 02:55:36PM +, Tahir Raza wrote:
 hi,

 when i run freenet.exe i get this error, Could not find the main class.
 Program will exit. with title, Java Virtual Machine Launcher. i am
 using
 WinXP with JDK 1.4.2

 i downloaded all files it asks during installation and place them under
 the
 folder that contains freenet.exe

 any ideas!!
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Re: [freenet-support] Re: [freenet-chat] paypal policy

2004-09-13 Thread dave
 Quite interesting, albeit not fully informative (what is codefrog ?

It's like a code monkey...  but Toad isn't a monkey ...

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Re: [freenet-support] seednodes and update snapshot

2004-09-08 Thread dave
 Ok, here it is...

 I'm a comlete newbie, i probably could have found this information
 elsewere, i´v trid Frost, but cant see my on querstion after tree days
 (much less the answer), but if i do anything worng, please feel free to
 be angry!

 This is my question:

 I use windows and have the very convinent update snapshot what i worry
 about is that when i use this, i download a new seednnodes.ref. does
 this mean that i erase everything my node learnt lately? shuold i back
 up my old seedodes.ref before using update snapshot or what sould i do
 to gain most from my upgrade?


That's strange ... Update Snapshot shouldn't download a new
seednodes.ref (unless it has changed since I last looked at it).   It only
downloads a seednodes.ref if it cannot find one already present in your
freenet directory...   this sounds like a bug.

d

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Re: [freenet-support] I need to limit the amount of memory java uses.

2004-08-19 Thread dave
etc/freenet.conf according to that command line?

 -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-
 Hash: SHA1

 Steve wrote:
 I've read that there should be a parameter that limits java's mem
 usage in /usr/bin/start-freenet.sh. Mine seems to lack that parameter.
 here is a copy of my start-freenet.sh:

 #!/bin/bash
 # This script is a companion script to the Gentoo freenet init script.
 # Logs freenet's stdout and stderr for debugging needs.
 #
 # Author: Brandon Low [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 #
 ${JAVA} ${JAVA_ARGS} freenet.node.Main -p /etc/freenet.conf \
  /var/freenet/freenet.stdout.log 2
 /var/freenet/freenet.stderr.log 
 echo $!


 You must be a Gentoo user like me. Look in /etc/conf.d/freenet.
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 iD8DBQFBJMu/hctESbvQ8ZwRAu96AJ9yZ1FvTcgezNdF2N9UgxAqUxi5vgCeMdn0
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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet on XP Home/

2004-08-06 Thread Dave
Dude, you really think that?

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Subject: Re: [freenet-support] Freenet on XP Home/


 On Friday 06 August 2004 21:48, Toad wrote:
  Does freenet work less well on XP Home than on XP Pro?
 Are you kidding? It's both Windows NT 5.1

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Re: [freenet-support] FIX: Freenet thrashing the disk

2004-08-05 Thread dave
woah, that's weird.  afaicr, default==192 

 Since 5088 my Windows XP has been thrashing the disk like nothing I'd ever
 seen
 before. Memory load was high (440 Mb virtual on a 192 MB physical machine)
 but
 not  extremely unusual. According to Task Manager Java and Freenet weren't
 taking large amountas of memory.

 I put it down to being associated with general network issues.

 But with 5089 it was still a problem. My computer was virtually unusable
 and I
 don't think my node was performign well.

 I wasn't getting any error messages about out of memory (although
 periodically
 Windows would advise that my Virtual memory was too low and increase it).
 The
 node was working, but like the whole computer was very slow, and the disk
 was
 going all the time.

 THE SOLUTION:

 In the file flaunch.ini (located in \program files\freenet ) I changed the
 line

 JavaMem=default

 to become:
 JavaMem=192

 Rebooted and restarted Freenet and now my node is working the best I've
 ever
 seen and the disk thrashing has stopped.

 I don't know if 192 is a good choice.

 I don't know why default became bad - too many node references?
 Crassoing some
 threshold? I did increase by datastore size a week earlier...or was it the
 BigInteger(?) optimisations introduced in 5088?

 I'm posting this in case anyone else finds it useful, and also so that if
 someone has a chance to think about what default means in flaunch.ini it
 sure
 wasn't a good choice for me.



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Re: [freenet-support] Help required - nothing happening

2004-07-05 Thread dave
Try right-clicking the rabbit icon in the corner, selecting Configure,
and seeing what it says in the 'address' and 'port' fields.  If either of
them are empty, or just incorrect, you will need to set them.   Port can
be anything you like, as long as it is not empty.   Address needs to be
the publicly-visible internet address of your PC  (e.g. the address I
would type into a 'ping' command to get your PC to talk to mine).


 Okay, here's the standard script :) :
 1. Are you behind any sort of firewall, router or NAT device? That would
 explain its not detecting your IP address.
 2. How long has the node been running (continuously) ? If it's less than
 about 24 hours, it may well have fairly dire performance.
 3. Please send me the top of
 http://127.0.0.1:/servlet/nodeinfo/networking/ocm - just the text at
 the top, before the graphs.
 4. Please send me the top of
 http://127.0.0.1:/servlet/nodestatus/nodestatus.html - the columned
 text before the graphs and the big table, starting Number of known
 routing nodes, and ending Implementation.

 On Mon, Jul 05, 2004 at 09:54:19AM +, Phil wrote:
 Only getting repeated route not found. However, after launching
 freenet.exe,
 log says:

 There was an error determining this node's physical address(es).
 Please make sure ipAddress and listenPort are correctly set.
 Note that you may put a host name in the ipAddress field if you have a
 dynamic IP and are using a dynamic DNS service.

 What do I do?


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Re: [freenet-support] Secure NIMs?

2004-06-30 Thread dave
You mean, like Freemail?

http://www.freenet.org.nz/freemail/

Alternatively, the freesite author could just advertise a publickey and
request that people who want to message him anonymously first encrypt the
message using the public key and then manually insert a KSK to his NIM
address.   I don't think that's automatable from a webpage but I might be
wrong.

 Few days ago I noticed that everyone can read the NIMs for a particular
 freesite. This may be obvious but I hadn't used NIMs before and hadn't
 stopped to think about it.

 So, my question is: is there a procedure to send an anonymous message
 which could be read only by the freesite owner?

 Regards,

 Alex.

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Re: [freenet-support] local host

2004-06-24 Thread Dave
Yeah, I'd realised that   if you could provide a list of all the
different ports that would be helpful  (or is there just too many?).   The
reason is, the actual port number identifies which applications are
communicating (or trying to communicate) with each other.  For example,
email always uses one specific port number, ftp always uses a different
specific port number, etc... that's why I wanted to know what the port
numbers are ...

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Subject: Re: [freenet-support] local host



 =whatever port is being accessed such as port 1104, 1106 etc.


  [Original Message]
  From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  Date: 6/23/04 9:39:25 AM
  Subject: Re: [freenet-support] local host
 
  Mozilla, Firefox, Netscape and  Internet Explorer. I also tried
 Windows
   Media Player as an experiment and it happened with that program also.
I
   never allow MP  to connect to the internet...I only use it when I am
not
   online. I use Zone alarm as a software firewall and I allow it to
show
   blocked sites every so often as a  check to see what is trying to
 access
   my pc. This time I kept getting the destination ip 127.0.0.1: port

   application: firefox.exe for example.
Does this answer your question?
 
  I think so - so ZoneAlarm is reporting that all of these applications
are
  trying to access port  on 127.0.0.1
 
  What is  by the way?
 
  It is almost always perfectly safe for software to connect to ports on
ip
  127.0.0.1.   A lot of software services are listening on specific ports
  and one way for applications running on the same computer to communicate
  with each other is to create connections to 127.0.0.1:SOME PORT
 
  Perhaps you changed your Zone Alarm settings when you installed Freenet,
  and now it is simply reporting more connections than it used to?  I
think
  the default settings for Zone Alarm do not bother reporting connections
to
  127.0.0.1 as that simply means applications on your PC are communicating
  with each other, and it's usually perfectly safe.
 
  d
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Re: [freenet-support] local host

2004-06-23 Thread dave
Mozilla, Firefox, Netscape and  Internet Explorer. I also tried Windows
 Media Player as an experiment and it happened with that program also. I
 never allow MP  to connect to the internet...I only use it when I am not
 online. I use Zone alarm as a software firewall and I allow it to show
 blocked sites every so often as a  check to see what is trying to access
 my pc. This time I kept getting the destination ip 127.0.0.1: port 
 application: firefox.exe for example.
  Does this answer your question?

I think so - so ZoneAlarm is reporting that all of these applications are
trying to access port  on 127.0.0.1

What is  by the way?

It is almost always perfectly safe for software to connect to ports on ip
127.0.0.1.   A lot of software services are listening on specific ports
and one way for applications running on the same computer to communicate
with each other is to create connections to 127.0.0.1:SOME PORT

Perhaps you changed your Zone Alarm settings when you installed Freenet,
and now it is simply reporting more connections than it used to?  I think
the default settings for Zone Alarm do not bother reporting connections to
127.0.0.1 as that simply means applications on your PC are communicating
with each other, and it's usually perfectly safe.

d
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Re: [freenet-support] node not evolving

2004-06-08 Thread dave
Which version of node are you using?  You can see this on the main gateway
web page on 127.0.0.1.  If you recently upgraded to 5084 from an earlier
version you will probably need to reseed your node in order to get
references to other 5084 nodes.

 dear freenet,

 for some reason, whenever I try to access anything
 using freenet, I always get 0 unreachable, 0
 restarted, 0 cleanly rejected for anything, even the
 README file.

 My freenet Node Data Store is 5 gigs, i've enabled
 port forwarding on my router for port 45728 as
 indicated by the listenPort environment variable in
 the freenet.ini file. Also, I'm set up as a permanent
 node transient=false, enabled announcing
 doannounce=yes and on my firewall (using Outpost
 firewall 2.1) I've allowed all outgoing connections.
 Also, my maximum output bandwidth is 7 and my
 ipAddress is specified as zer0mass.homelinux.net
 (using DynDNS).

 At this time, my current probability of request
 succeeding is 0.4% and best case single node is 4.9%.
 I would think that with the above setup and running
 the program for over 2 hours, the figures should be
 better if I'm understanding them properly.

 Any ideas? Thanks for your time.

 rav

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Re: [freenet-support] British Telecom starting mass censorship ofWebsites

2004-06-07 Thread dave
 Fuck the brits, free speach is what you make of it. Europe doesn't
 know what free speach is. In my opinion, this idea will be forced upon the
 europeans by time.

I think you're wrong, but then what do I know, I'm a stupid brit
apparently.  If anything, speech is more free in Europe than in America,
but that said I still take offence at your blanket fuckage of brits and
europeans.
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RE: [freenet-support] Re: Could not initialize network I/O system- 5083

2004-06-02 Thread dave
At a command prompt, try this

C:\ping 127.0.0.1

see what happens, then try

C:\ping localhost

and again see what happens.  Let us know the results.

 I am using Win 2K, I have verified TCP/IP filtering is _not_ enabled.
 This
 error occurs whether I have my IDS/Firewall up or if I have it disabled.

 -Jon

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 Subject: [freenet-support] Re: Could not initialize network I/O system -
 5083


 On Tue, 1 Jun 2004 16:31:42 -0600, Jon Covington
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Jun 1, 2004 4:09:44 PM (freenet.node.Main, main, NORMAL): starting node
Could not initialize network I/O system! Exiting
java.io.IOException: Unable to establish loopback connection
  at sun.nio.ch.PipeImpl$Initializer.run(Unknown Source)
  at java.security.AccessController.doPrivileged(Native Method)
  at sun.nio.ch.PipeImpl.init(Unknown Source)
  at sun.nio.ch.SelectorProviderImpl.openPipe(Unknown Source)
[..]

If you need anything else let me know.

   Are you using a Windows OS by chance? If that is the case,
 check if you have TCP/IP filtering enabled. That may be the cause.

   To find out, open the properties of the network connection (in
 the control panel) that you are using, click on Internet Protocol
 (TCPIP), click on Properties, click on Advanced, and finally
 select the Options tab.

   Kind regards.
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Re: [freenet-support] Host access problem

2004-06-01 Thread dave
 Having found that I was using Mozilla 1.6 for most browsing, I allowed it
 to become the default browser with EarthLink TotalAccess.  Before that I'd
 had
 Internet Browser as the default and simply exited it before calling
 Mozilla for Freenet use.

 Apparently Mozilla 1.6 (at least when installed as the default Browser) is
 unable to send proper orders to get downloads of Freenet files from the
 'host.'  By cancelling all copies of Mozilla browser (it is slow to load
 and often has an extra copy or more in memory) and activating I.E. I was
 able to get the latest Freenet to download using the Win-installer of
 Freenet.

 Hope I can remember this problem (and how to get around it) in a
 week.


GOSH!!!  Wow, that's pretty wild.  As I recall, the installer for Freenet
on Windows makes use of Nullsoft's libraries for downloading files.  So it
looks like Nullsoft have inextricably tied their installer libraries to
the host default web browser being IE, which just sucks so much ass. 
(Why, Justin, Why?)

I'll see if I can drill down to the problem and find a replacement
downloader library (NB - will not be this week or possibly even next, as
just too busy atm)

d
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Re: Re[2]: [freenet-support] First freenet start, first freenet bugs

2004-05-26 Thread Dave
  version 0.5.2.8 on win2k server and I install it by just clicking on
freenet-
  webinstall.exe .

 What build number?  That sounds like a very old version.  You need to
 upgrade it to build number 5082.  See instructions for upgrading on the
 website.  Basically, replace freenet.jar with the new version.

Please don't add to the confusion Edward.  Version 0.5.2.8 is the version of
freenet.exe (on Windows - as reported by looking at the About dialog), which
is NOT the same as the version of the freenet.jar.   When freenet is
installed on Windows, freenet-webinstall.exe automatically downloads and
installs the latest jar.

[EMAIL PROTECTED]:  you have the latest version, you don't need to upgrade
anything.  It sounds like perhaps your NAT box is not correctly forwarding
the port to freenet on your machine?   Alternatively, you can ignore the
could not insert ARK error for now, and keep trying to access content on
freenet (e.g. gpl.txt) and see if this is possible.   The ARK error might go
away as your node adapts to the network.

d

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Re: [freenet-support] Re: [freenet-dev] Retiring from the project

2004-05-26 Thread Dave
Just for an update on this, bouncing the thread appropriately for devl:
What are the current outstanding issues with GCJ compatibility (or, for that
matter, Kaffe/Blackdown/IBM java compatibility)

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Re: [freenet-support] First freenet start, first freenet bugs

2004-05-25 Thread dave
How did you install Freenet, what version did you install, and what is
your operating system?  Can't explain what's wrong until you tell us what
you did.  Also did you edit the freenet.conf file manually by hand?

At first glance it looks like freenet.conf is corrupted so maybe try
deleting it and rerunning freenet.

 I install the last version of Freenet and nothing work. I can't open the
 gateway...
 There is an infinite loop and I really don't understand what is the
 problem.
 Someone can explain me what's wrong with Freenet ?
 Thanks.

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Re: [freenet-support] Re: freenet on slashdot

2004-05-21 Thread dave
 and most of the rest are
 behind NATs which the user doesn't properly work around. :)

 Is there any reason why we cannot use STUN to avoid the NAT problems? It
 ought to be fairly simple to encapsulate the TCP-packets in UDP.

Doesn't STUN involve connections to a centralised server?  If so, we
wouldn't be able to use that for connections between two behind-a-nat
freenet nodes...
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Re: [freenet-support] error first time start freenet

2004-05-18 Thread Dave
 It's not running in sun java, at least not using the sun java classes.
 Check your classpath.. test java -version to see what java is being
 used by default.
 
 
 $java -version
 Kaffe Virtual Machine
 Engine: Just-in-time v3 Version: 1.1.4

 Please help with Check your classpath ??
 Thanks

No need...  you can see clearly that you are not running in sun java from
the fact that the above message says Kaffe Virtual Machine rather than
Sun Java.   Use Sun Java instead.   Currently, as far as I am aware, only
Sun Java is capable of running Freenet reliably, due to freenet's reliance
on fairly recent java functionality.

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Re: [freenet-support] error first time start freenet

2004-05-18 Thread Dave
You might just need to update the symlink in /bin/java or something like
that...

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On Tuesday 18 May 2004 22:50, tripolar wrote:
 Dave wrote:
 It's not running in sun java, at least not using the sun java
  classes. Check your classpath.. test java -version to see what
  java is being used by default.
 
 $java -version
 Kaffe Virtual Machine
 Engine: Just-in-time v3 Version: 1.1.4
 
 Please help with Check your classpath ??
 Thanks
 
 No need...  you can see clearly that you are not running in sun java
  from the fact that the above message says Kaffe Virtual Machine
  rather than Sun Java.   Use Sun Java instead.   Currently, as far
  as I am aware, only Sun Java is capable of running Freenet
  reliably, due to freenet's reliance on fairly recent java
  functionality.

 How do I use Sun Java instead? As root I installed it in
 /usr/local/j2re1.4.2_04

 Again using Debian-sid  2.6.3 kernel

Google is your friend, don't be afraid to use it.
http://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/debian-java-faq/ch11.html


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[freenet-support] Payment failure

2004-05-17 Thread Dave Hershberger
Dear Freenet people,
I just got this email from Paypal:

Dear David Hershberger,
Your subscription payment to Freenet Project Inc for Freenet Project
Membership failed on May 17, 2004 because of problems with Freenet Project
Inc's account.
We will try to make this subscription payment again on May 20, 2004.
--
Subscription Details
--
Amount: $20.00 USD
Date of payment failure: May 17, 2004
Date of next payment attempt: May 20, 2004
Subscription Name: Freenet Project Membership
Subscription Number: S-8HJ8572886814752L

Is there something going on with freenet's paypal account that you know 
of?  Is the money still needed I presume?

Thanks,
-Dave
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Re: [freenet-support] Big oooops- deleted window's temp files and cantretrieve freenet sites

2004-05-14 Thread dave
Had you put your freenet datastore in your temp directory?  If so, you'll
have to recreate your datastore, which involves restarting the node.  If
not, you'll just have to restart the node.

So restart the node and see what happens...

 I deleted windows temp files- call me paranoid  stupid ;-) because I
 was running out of diskspace. Now I can access the webinterface site but
 nothing else. The error is below.
 Question- What should I do now?

 java.io.FileNotFoundException:
 G:\DOCUME~1\me\LOCALS~1\Temp\freenet\tbf_3419fcd7 (The system cannot
 find the path specified)

 java.io.FileNotFoundException:
 G:\DOCUME~1\me\LOCALS~1\Temp\freenet\tbf_3419fcd7 (The system cannot
 find the path specified)
 at freenet.client.SegmentOutputStream.write(SegmentOutputStream.java:205)
 at java.io.OutputStream.write(Unknown Source)
 at freenet.crypt.DecipherOutputStream.write(DecipherOutputStream.java:40)
 at
 freenet.client.InternalClient$InternalFeedbackToken$InternalDataChunkOutputStream.sendChunk(InternalClient.java:278)
 at
 freenet.support.io.DataChunkOutputStream.write(DataChunkOutputStream.java:45)
 at
 freenet.support.io.CBStripOutputStream.write(CBStripOutputStream.java:41)
 at
 freenet.OutputStreamTrailerWriter.writeTrailing(OutputStreamTrailerWriter.java:18)
 at freenet.node.states.data.SendData.startWrite(SendData.java:296)
 at freenet.node.states.data.SendData.received(SendData.java:266)
 at freenet.node.StateChain.received(StateChain.java:177)
 at freenet.node.StateChain.received(StateChain.java:61)
 at
 freenet.node.StateChainManagingMessageHandler$ChainContainer.run(StateChainManagingMessageHandler.java:332)
 at
 freenet.node.StateChainManagingMessageHandler$ChainContainer.received(StateChainManagingMessageHandler.java:285)
 at
 freenet.node.StateChainManagingMessageHandler$ChainContainer.access$100(StateChainManagingMessageHandler.java:204)
 at
 freenet.node.StateChainManagingMessageHandler.handle(StateChainManagingMessageHandler.java:96)
 at freenet.Ticker$Event.run(Ticker.java:323)
 at freenet.thread.YThreadFactory$YThread.run(YThreadFactory.java:285)
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Re: [freenet-support] Re: freenet and JRE on Win XP

2004-04-26 Thread Dave
I think the Windows installer explicitly looks for 1.4. versions of
java.   So as long as a 1.4 jre is installed I don't see how this error
message would appear.   Also you don't say if you get the error message from
the installer or from the freenet log.

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Subject: RE: [freenet-support] Re: freenet and JRE on Win XP


 err... i don't get it

 first: one should always look into the README file

 second: on node startup Node.java checks ifs a NoClassFoundError is
 thrown and executes this:
 if
 (e.getMessage().indexOf(java/nio/channels/spi/AbstractInterruptibleChan
 nel) != -1) {
 String error =
 Your Java installation is too
 old (insufficient NIO support). Please update it to 1.4.1 or later; you
 can do that at http://java.sun.com/ .;
 System.err.println(error);
 logger.log(Node.class, error,
 Logger.ERROR);
 System.exit(1);
 } else
 throw e;

 now what version of fred are you actually running, nicklas?
 and if it's the lastest build (either stable or unstable) and you don't
 see the message above - why doesn't this check work?

 Thanks.   Perhaps that is my problem.  Wish someone would keep us fully
 posted.  Sometime we get warnings of something that is not yet working,
but
 seldom adequate information as to what does work.  I'll try another
 download immediately...
 
 
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  Subject: [freenet-support] Re: freenet and JRE on Win XP
 
  Nicholas Sturm schrieb:
 
   If you do not have the java from Sun, you should try their latest
stable
   build  1.3.1_02 near end of name, I believe.
 
  The latest stable Sun JRE is actually 1.4.2_04. I hardly believe that
you
  can get freenet working with an 1.3 Sun JRE.
 
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Re: [freenet-support] encrypted files

2004-04-14 Thread Dave
Maybe it's simply because the file has been copied into an 'encrypted'
folder  (a folder in Windows 2000 or Windows XP that has the 'encryption'
flag set)  so when you look at the properties of the file in Windows
Explorer it says it is encrypted.



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 when fuquid finished download it decoded and verified the files with no
errors. but yet when I look under properties of the file it still says
encrypted. I dont get it

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Re: [freenet-support] Bugs using the newest unstable snapshot

2004-03-22 Thread Dave
Am I the only one missing this attachment?

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Subject: [freenet-support] Bugs using the newest unstable snapshot


Hi,

The newest snapshot still doesn´t work properly.
Attached is my freenet.ini with a numeric IP adress of my router set, but it
still claims that it is unable to detect my IP and I should assign a proper
value :(

What can I do about it?

Another question, do I have to use the unstable.ref together with the
unstabble versions?

regards

Michael Stather



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Re: [freenet-support] Bugs using the newest unstable snapshot

2004-03-22 Thread Dave
It looks like you're running NodeConfig.exe but not freenet.exe.  You should
really use the Configure option from the systray icon to edit the conf file
(or edit it by hand)  -  running NodeConfig.exe from the command line has
been known to produce duff ini files sometimes.  I can see an amount of
weird crap towards the end of the file, who knows if that's confusing
Freenet or not.

If you are using the systray icon to edit the conf file then either
a)  You have incredibly out of date freenet.exe and NodeConfig.exe software
(get the latest from freenetproject.org/snapshots)
or b) A previous install of freenet on your machine may have half-built this
config file

I'm saying this mostly off the fact that this config file doesn't look like
the regular config files produced by Freenet ;  and using Configure from the
freenet systray icon makes config files in the same format ;   so I'm not
sure how you got your ini file looking like that.

If you download the freenet-webinstall.exe, freenet.exe, NodeConfig.exe, and
also freenet.jar and seednodes.ref (whichever flavour you choose, unstable,
stable, ...) all into the same directory, you can rerun the webinstall from
that directory and it will reinstall Freenet from these downloaded files.
Maybe that will do what you're after.

d

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Sent: Monday, March 22, 2004 9:43 PM
Subject: [freenet-support] Bugs using the newest unstable snapshot


Hi,

The newest snapshot still doesn´t work properly.
Attached is my freenet.ini with a numeric IP adress of my router set, but it
still claims that it is unable to detect my IP and I should assign a proper
value :(

What can I do about it?

Another question, do I have to use the unstable.ref together with the
unstabble versions?

regards

Michael Stather



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Re: [freenet-support] Bug Report - win32 - freenet.exe - logFile=*path*not handled

2004-03-18 Thread dave
Oops, that may well be a very old bug.  That shouldn't be too hard to fix,
I'll crack one out tonight.

 I have changed the logFile option in the freenet.ini file to an other
 path. But when I click on View Logfile ... in the context menu of the
 blue freenet symbol, freenet.exe still shows me the old unused
 freenet.log in the freenet directory.
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Re: [freenet-support] Bug Report - win32 - freenet.exe - logFile=*path*not handled

2004-03-18 Thread dave
(fwiw it sounds like it isn't querying the ini file each time you click
View Logfile - I think it's probably just querying once at startup)


 Oops, that may well be a very old bug.  That shouldn't be too hard to fix,
 I'll crack one out tonight.

 I have changed the logFile option in the freenet.ini file to an other
 path. But when I click on View Logfile ... in the context menu of the
 blue freenet symbol, freenet.exe still shows me the old unused
 freenet.log in the freenet directory.
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Re: [freenet-support] Bug Report - win32 - freenet.exe - logFile=*path*not handled

2004-03-18 Thread dave
Ur, or maybe I hardcoded freenet.log in the viewer and never fixed it...
my bad.

 (fwiw it sounds like it isn't querying the ini file each time you click
 View Logfile - I think it's probably just querying once at startup)


 Oops, that may well be a very old bug.  That shouldn't be too hard to
 fix,
 I'll crack one out tonight.

 I have changed the logFile option in the freenet.ini file to an other
 path. But when I click on View Logfile ... in the context menu of the
 blue freenet symbol, freenet.exe still shows me the old unused
 freenet.log in the freenet directory.
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Re: Windows maintainer needed was Re: [freenet-support] ditto on whatbsaid!

2004-03-14 Thread Dave
 While ideas are being tossed around for the Windows installer and/or
 configurator, which if either of them generates the default.ini and
 freenet.ini files that appear during installation?

Dude... neither...   The autogenerated config scripts are generated (as your
image states!) by Freenet.scripts.Setup  -  which is a part of the Freenet
core code.  The header is built into the freenet .jar file, if you like.   I
agree that it's a bit unpleasant (and anybody know why the heck the header
hardcodes the line termination character combination?  That's a *really*
dumb idea).   But it was added because so, so, so many people didn't
understand that changing a setting wouldn't take effect if it was still
commented out by a % symbol.

Some you win, some you lose.   I like the idea of posting a .png image of a
text file, by the way, nice touch :-)

 For what it's worth, I have not noticed any problems with the Windows
 configurator hardcoding or uncommenting any variables.

Amen, brother.

d

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Re: Windows maintainer needed was Re: [freenet-support] ditto onwhatbsaid!

2004-03-14 Thread Dave
 OK, thanks for the clarification there. I poked around CVS, but the
 scripts directory didn't appear to be the right stuff, and there is no
 src/freenet/scripts, so I thought perhaps one of the win32 apps was
 doing it.

Hm, weird.  Nope, definitely not the win apps, definitely in the java.  I
have no idea where in the java though, sorry.

  I like the idea of posting a .png image of a
  text file, by the way, nice touch :-)

 Well, I didn't know how the end of line characters would show up
 elsewhere if I posted the raw .txt file; perhaps people would have
 loaded it from other platforms and not seen anything unusual.

No, I realised that's why you'd posted the pic (hence the smiley)  -  but
before clicking the link I did think to myself, what the ...?   :-)

d

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[freenet-support] route not found

2004-02-11 Thread dave
Hello,

After upgrading to 5066, I can't get anything off Freenet. It connects to
some nodes after a while, but still says it can't finde a route. I have
upgraded to 5068, but still no luck. It worked before 5066 and I have not
changed any settings after upgrading. Whats wrong?

Thanks in advance.

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Re: [freenet-support] minor bug webinstaller

2003-11-19 Thread dave
 It happens when I've got the webinstaller in its default place (I
 guess), in the Freenet dir, and run 'Update Snapshot' from the
 startmenu.

Hm, right.  That really really shouldn't happen!  It's designed to not try
and copy over itself if run from its default location for obvious reasons!
 I'll take a look at this when I have a chance.

 I don't have my Freenet installation on C:, but on the second of
 quite a few partitions.

Yeh, that's fine.  My installation isn't on C: either (in fact I don't use
C for anything whatsoever)

 If I copy the installer into a subdir and run it by starting the
 .exe, there is no trouble.

 BTW: the installer offers me as the only option to install 'Freenet
 Node', Space required 2.0 KB it sais, and then apparently gets the
 entire installation. Also not what you intend to show I reckon.
 For one like me with cable it's no problem to download a couple of
 megabytes but those with slower pipes won't be happy.

Yeh, it reports space required as that's approximately how much space it
needs in addition to what's already on your system.  Additional Space if
you like.  But because it's a webinstall it automatically tries to
download the latest components, freenet.exe, NodeConfig.exe, etc.  There's
no option to only download the latest .jar but not any of the other
components I'm afraid but this should probably be added.  The
webinstaller needs a huge overhaul at this time, but I don't have the time
to do this for the forseeable future.

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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet stable 5030 - major bug fix

2003-11-19 Thread dave
the rabbit icon

 I like to see it as a dolphin, am I a weirdo now?

Maybe!
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Re: [freenet-support] minor bug webinstaller

2003-11-18 Thread Dave Hooper
Could you tell me under what circumstances the webinstaller will try to
overwrite itself while running please?  I see this only happening if you
first download the webinstaller into the freenet application folder, and
then run it, which is not really intended.  If that is what you do (and if
it is indeed common) then maybe I'll code for that behaviour.  This
intention is kinda that you just run (rather than download-and-save) the
webinstaller!

d

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Sent: Tuesday, November 18, 2003 2:30 PM
Subject: [freenet-support] minor bug webinstaller


 This is probably a well known bug but it still persists.

 The web installer tries to overwrite itself which of course isn't
 possible since it is in use.

 This can be circumvented by putting the installer in a different
 folder so it's not that much of a problem, just a bit confusing.
 -- 
 groet!
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Fw: [freenet-support] help

2003-11-11 Thread Dave Hooper
forwarded
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To: Dave Hooper [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Monday, November 10, 2003 5:13 PM
Subject: Re: [freenet-support] help


 ok...it seems to be working alot better now. Stuck a
 pin throught my firewall, it hicupped for a while then
 just started working. HHmmm???

 Well now I have a new question. I let freenet run for
 days and it never gets any faster, also th3ere are
 only a couple portals that will show up, all others
 say data not found. Anyways... lets take a stab at
 the speed
 issue.

 this is what it reports on the General Information
 page.
 ---
 Current routingTime 1938ms
 Curent messageSendTimeRequest 36ms
 Pooled threads running jobs 48 (40%)
 Pooled threads which are idle 27
 Outbound request quota used 9/300 (3.0%)
 Reason for QueryRejecting requests: Estimated load
 (99.1%)  overloadLow (85%)
 It's normal for the node to sometimes reject
 connections or requests for a limited period. If
 you're seeing rejections continuously the node is
 overloaded or something is wrong (i.e. a bug).
 Current estimated load 99.1% [QueryRejecting all
 incoming requests!]
 Reason for load: Load due to thread limit = 40%
 Load due to routingTime = 99.1% = 85% + 15% *
 (1938.660 - 1000.000) / 1000.000  overloadLow (85%)
 Load due to messageSendTimeRequest = 80.2% = 85% + 15%
 * (36.253 - 1000.000) / 3000.000 = overloadLow (85%)

 Here are my Recent Logs'

 Time Message Exception
 08:42:37 Upstream node connection died for
 freenet.node.states.request.TransferReply:
 key=0a0a313bfcf00f12d17c495e2d2b98da30cea45f120302,
 hopsToLive=20, id=69654bb9aeae0031,
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]

(0a0a313bfcf00f12d17c495e2d2b98da30cea45f120302,request),ft=freenet.node.sta
[EMAIL PROTECTED]@1068482557677,
 routedTime=1068482167716, replyTime=1068482175968,
 outwardSender=null null
 08:42:37 Upstream node connection died for
 freenet.node.states.request.TransferReply:
 key=1560430e2a365c794e24d30e335154c620abbb9f110302,
 hopsToLive=25, id=5087409fa355adf4,
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]

(1560430e2a365c794e24d30e335154c620abbb9f110302,request),ft=freenet.node.sta
[EMAIL PROTECTED]@1068482557857,
 routedTime=1068482155709, replyTime=1068482157772,
 outwardSender=null null
 08:42:38 Upstream node connection died for
 freenet.node.states.request.TransferReply:
 key=04f7c2af412a85b0d17a9d9ca3c9a00b047438bb120302,
 hopsToLive=19, id=90faed732bae653f,
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]

(04f7c2af412a85b0d17a9d9ca3c9a00b047438bb120302,request),ft=freenet.node.sta
[EMAIL PROTECTED]@1068482558648,
 routedTime=1068482184430, replyTime=1068482188346,
 outwardSender=null null
 08:42:38 Upstream node connection died for
 freenet.node.states.request.TransferReply:
 key=e607031ef9c83de25bef04ac162b1cf2cd3d9504120302,
 hopsToLive=20, id=df0de14977b9eedf,
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]

(e607031ef9c83de25bef04ac162b1cf2cd3d9504120302,request),ft=freenet.node.sta
[EMAIL PROTECTED]@1068482558698,
 routedTime=1068482167526, replyTime=1068482172573,
 outwardSender=null null
 08:42:38 Upstream node connection died for
 freenet.node.states.request.TransferReply:
 key=1da5ac14790658494b641dceaa7e9f8cf9532c13120302,
 hopsToLive=15, id=464c4265fb77b0f6,
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]

(1da5ac14790658494b641dceaa7e9f8cf9532c13120302,request),ft=freenet.node.sta
[EMAIL PROTECTED]@1068482558728,
 routedTime=1068482153155, replyTime=1068482154427,
 outwardSender=null null
 08:42:39 Upstream node connection died for
 freenet.node.states.request.TransferReply:
 key=90fe3d2d4bdff207e39186361019741b608bd130120302,
 hopsToLive=20, id=c99bb0360133e642,
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]

(90fe3d2d4bdff207e39186361019741b608bd130120302,request),ft=freenet.node.sta
[EMAIL PROTECTED]@1068482559039,
 routedTime=1068482183950, replyTime=1068482184971,
 outwardSender=null null
 08:47:00 Upstream node connection died for
 freenet.node.states.request.TransferReply:
 key=c0c076553941d24ba860ac4233570b935bbb7ef6110302,
 hopsToLive=22, id=8e266c8cd89da02a,
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]

(c0c076553941d24ba860ac4233570b935bbb7ef6110302,request),ft=freenet.node.sta
[EMAIL PROTECTED]@1068482820515,
 routedTime=1068482193734, replyTime=1068482471583,
 outwardSender=null null
 08:47:12 Upstream node connection died for
 freenet.node.states.request.TransferReply:
 key=ad919f7d4160bee55e80dd204f0a2e25734e1701110302,
 hopsToLive=22, id=206db6910e282df9,
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]

(ad919f7d4160bee55e80dd204f0a2e25734e1701110302,request),ft=freenet.node.sta
[EMAIL PROTECTED]@1068482832913,
 routedTime=1068482227152, replyTime=1068482299566,
 outwardSender=null null
 08:48:05 Upstream node connection died for
 freenet.node.states.request.TransferReply:
 key=fe99777c68afd63ba9e260ada96291e4975f335a120302,
 hopsToLive=19, id=56584ea132823431,
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]

(fe99777c68afd63ba9e260ada96291e4975f335a120302,request),ft=freenet.node.sta
[EMAIL PROTECTED]@1068482885368,
 routedTime=1068482055315, replyTime=1068482279897,
 outwardSender=null null
 08:48:28 Upstream node connection died

Re: [freenet-support] View Freenet.log

2003-11-11 Thread Dave Hooper
   For the first time today I discovered the right-click Menu on the View
   Freenetlog.  I'm well trained.  I don't expect a menu on a grayed
 window!
 
  huh?

 Up until this event (above) the only way I could get anything from the
View
 window for freenet.log was to mark it, then use ctrl-c and then use ctrl-v
 to put the marked material somewhere useful.

But if you wanted to *get* information from the logfile, you wouldn't use
tail -f ... would you?  You'd actually get sections from the logfile
itself.  So why should the windows viewer be any different?  (excepting that
the Copy To Clipboard currently doesn't work)

  That View window does not
 have a white client window-field implying in the Windows world that it was
 likely a unmarkable window, thus unable to extract material from it

Dude, *WHAT PLANET ARE YOU ON* ?!  Most grey text windows are markable!

 -- like
 Microsoft is so helpful about in all it's message windows, so you will be
 much frustrated in trying to report error message content -- frustrated
 because most of us are not perfect typists and usually include at least
one
 or two incorrect characters and a missed or added word or two.

Right which is why I included the 'mark' functionality just in case anybody
wanted it.  I never claimed it would be perfect but it's totally consistent
with microsoft.  Non-white client windows imply UN-EDITABLE, not
UN-MARKABLE!!

The button
 at the bottom has always seemed to imply that one can copy out some
 material from that View window for the freenet.log file.  No such luck

Because I never wrote the code to do it ...

 unless one discovers that there is a unimplied right-click window-menu
that
 allows some options that are the method for marking so that the button
 actually has something accessible for it to paste somewhere.

That popup menu is *ALWAYS THERE ON EVERY TEXT WINDOW*.  You actually ever
used Windows before?!

  There is
 nothing on/in the clip board unless one uses this right-click pop-window
 menu.

Hm, so if you don't select Copy then nothing appears in the clipboard.
Why are you surprised?

 Other methods can mark in the client field of the window (usually a
 no-no, i.e.,  no-action, but grayed windows, even when they have one or
 both scroll bars commonly do not permit marking.

Commonly in what sense?  Dude, pick ANY file on your harddrive, right
click it, select Properties, and look at EVERYTHING you can mark...  on the
grey property page...

  Here you can mark, but
 the marker material is not transferred to the clipboard so the clip board
 does not know about it.

Marking something in windows **NEVER** automatically copies to clipboard.
You must be on crack.

 This is the kind of things that mass distributions
 of software frequently find as unconvential application of abilities
even
 when the public user has no idea how the software works.  That view window
 into the freenet.log file has been one of my greatest frustrations.

Don't f**king use it then.  It's not really very unconventional at all.  It
works almost exactly like tail -f but in a Window.  It has the added bonus
of infinite scrollback.  And the button marked Copy To Clipboard does not
work because it hasn't been implemented.

 The next was having nothing appearing useful in the log file until in
 reached a few megs and then trying to extract the last two dozen lines to
 send to someone who can read log files and having the results disappear
 without being read, OR sending the entire log file and having it discarded
 by the mail system.  Then a message, could you send it again?

Jesus, if you want to extract a whole bunch of lines from the end of the
logfile, say any logfile, say ANY FILE, you pick an editor, load the file,
mark off the last few lines, delete the rest of the file, and paste THAT
into your email.  You don't copy and paste manually from a shell prompt
running tail -f, you don't email the entire file.  How come you find it so
hard?!


d

bad mood, sorry.  forced to go study for exams, thought that shit was long
behind me

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Re: [freenet-support] [Dharmadoer7@aol.com: (no subject)]

2003-11-11 Thread Dave Hooper
 Have you verified, using the task manager, that all processes associated
 with freenet is gone?

That shouldn't be necessary, if it is then Something Bad is going on

 Use the task manager to kill of any (or any unwanted if you run multiple
 java apps on your computer) java.exe processes and any freenet.exe process
 then start the uninstaller again.

The java process is javaw.exe not java.exe by the way.
However, if you've done this and the uninstaller still won't work, please
reply and we'll try and figure out what's wrong.

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Re: [freenet-support] View Freenet.log

2003-11-07 Thread dave
 For the first time today I discovered the right-click Menu on the View
 Freenetlog.  I'm well trained.  I don't expect a menu on a grayed window!

huh?
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Re: [freenet-support] help

2003-11-07 Thread dave
 Well, at the very least, I would not confuse the user by putting a button
 on the window that claims it moves something to the clip board.

It's not confusing, it just doesn't do anything.  It would, if it was
finished, but it isn't finished.  It's not hard to add that functionality,
it would take about twenty minutes which I don't have.

 Updating
 the viewer is fine if you don't deceive the user by suggesting that data
 can be moved to the clip board.

Updating the viewer is fine, irrespective of whether or not the Copy To
Clipboard button functionality works

 Copy selection to clipboard is very
 deceiving.  The fact the window is gray (rather than white) does suggest
 that it is only a viewer, but the window does allow marking which also
 suggests one can do something with that which is marked.

Yes - this is because you can.

  And one can
 using
 ctrl-c, but one cannot mark enough usually to completely answer a
 question.

That's true, but that's a more difficult fix.  Um, that's why I suggested
adding a 'launch in editor' button, but no-one's yet followed up with
saying whether it is a good or a bad idea.

 Unfortunately users (vs developers, perhaps) should hardly be expected to
 know enough to select very meaningfully from the clipboard.

Select very meaningfully from the clipboard ?   Do you mean, like,
'paste' or what?

 I know it is
 developmental, but if you WANT ordinary users to use the system with the
 hope of building an adequate system database, it does need to be
 relatively
 easy for those novices to help.

Which is why I ... oh never mind.

 Maybe I could add a button which also loads it into an editor of your
 choice.  The point is View Logfie is essentially a window doing a tail
 of the logfile.

In fact, if we have 'ordinary users' using the system, then we wouldn't
really need a logfile, and we certainly wouldn't need to ask them to copy
and paste bits to the mailing lists.  But that functionality's useful for
the rest of us.  Just because there is a view logfile button doesn't
mean ordinary users need to use it.  Which is why I would usually suggest
someone mailing us freenet.log, rather than trying to copy+paste from the
logfile viewer.  Which is a silly thing to try to do, really.

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Re: [freenet-support] route not found

2003-11-06 Thread Dave Hooper
To configure your firewall you need to
1.  Let *ALL* outbound traffic from *ALL* local ports pass out through your
firewall onto the internet.  This is because Freenet sets up connections to
external nodes and there's no telling which local port numbers it will be
using at any time.  This is just the same as allowing outbound traffic from
an FTP client
and,
2.  Let *ONLY* inbound traffic *to your freenet port* pass from the internet
thru the firewall onto your computer.

Your freenet port by the way is the one that shows up on the first page of
the Configuration utility, or if you don't use that it's the line in
freenet.ini called listenPort

If your firewall is also a NAT router, you may also need to enable a mode on
the firewall called 'virtual server' - this ensures that inbound requests to
this port actually get routed to *your* computer - so you may need to enter
your PC's IP address into your firewall configuration.  If your firewall is
just software-based and installed on the same PC as freenet then you don't
need to do this step.

- Original Message - 
From: Steven [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: Dave Hooper [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Wednesday, November 05, 2003 5:06 PM
Subject: Re: [freenet-support] route not found


 My freenet.log is huge!  over 2 megs.  I wouldn't know what to look for!
Here
 are a couple of chunks:

 Nov 4, 2003 3:19:40 AM (freenet.node.states.announcing.Announcing,
 QThread-601, NORMAL): Announcement failed to e68a dee9 33d8 f78c 26d0
a615
 4053 bc8d 31bb 4604 at depth  2:freenet.SendFailedException: Against peer
 DSA(e68a dee9 33d8 f78c 26d0  a615 4053 bc8d 31bb 4604) @ null - No open
 connections and can't contact node (terminal)
 Nov 4, 2003 3:19:40 AM (freenet.node.states.announcing.Announcing,
 QThread-603, NORMAL): Announcement failed to 62ee 2c69 5842 0f66 5e0b
9230
 cb98 3712 0bbc fd66 at depth  2:freenet.SendFailedException: Against peer
 DSA(62ee 2c69 5842 0f66 5e0b  9230 cb98 3712 0bbc fd66) @ null - No open
 connections and can't contact node (terminal)
 Nov 4, 2003 3:19:40 AM (freenet.node.states.announcing.Announcing,
 QThread-605, NORMAL): Announcement failed to 30e8 f6ad 1382 0b65 7eff
bf79
 55d2 2bc3 8971 982d at depth  2:freenet.SendFailedException: Against peer
 DSA(30e8 f6ad 1382 0b65 7eff  bf79 55d2 2bc3 8971 982d) @ null - No open
 connections and can't contact node (terminal)



[EMAIL PROTECTED]:freenet:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
AGcPAgM/TFE//@15,true
 before failure
 Nov 4, 2003 3:30:22 AM (freenet.client.GetRequestProcess, QThread-609,
 NORMAL): Event: RouteNotFound, reason: No route found for

[EMAIL PROTECTED]:freenet:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
AGcPAgM/TFE//@15,true
 before failure
 Nov 4, 2003 3:30:22 AM (freenet.client.GetRequestProcess, QThread-609,
 NORMAL): Event: State PREPARED reached. for

[EMAIL PROTECTED]:freenet:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
AGcPAgM/TFE//@15,true
 before failure
 Nov 4, 2003 3:30:26 AM (freenet.node.Main$InsertARK, QThread-605, NORMAL):
 RouteNotFound Inserting ARK
 Nov 4, 2003 3:30:31 AM (freenet.node.Main$InsertARK, QThread-605, NORMAL):
 RouteNotFound Inserting ARK
 Nov 4, 2003 3:30:36 AM (freenet.node.Main$InsertARK, QThread-605, NORMAL):
 RouteNotFound Inserting ARK
 Nov 4, 2003 3:30:41 AM (freenet.node.Main$InsertARK, QThread-605, NORMAL):
 RouteNotFound Inserting ARK

 By the way, what are all of the ports that i need to keep open?  I just
 configured my firewall, but freenet doesn't seem to be working.



 On Wednesday 05 November 2003 10:11 pm, you wrote:
  Yuh, some connections should be open.  Although when you start it up,
there
  won't be many connections for a bit unless you start requesting stuff.
But
  as you say, you've tried that by trying to retrieve gpl.txt and other
  files.
 
  What does the logfile say?  freenet.log
 
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  From: Steven [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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  Sent: Tuesday, November 04, 2003 12:03 AM
  Subject: [freenet-support] route not found
 
   I use gentoo, and as far as i can figure out everything is pretty up
to
 
  date,
 
   including my seednode.ref
  
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Re: [freenet-support] help

2003-11-06 Thread Dave Hooper
 He may be having trouble giving you log if he is trying from the rabbit.
 At least on my system the display of log from rabbit does little more than
 that.  I've mentioned it several times, but either no one believe me or
the
 problem remains uncomprehended or unimportant.

What would you prefer View Logfile to do, other than view the logfile?
Maybe I could add a button which also loads it into an editor of your
choice.  The point is View Logfie is essentially a window doing a tail of
the logfile.  So it updates as new messages come in.  Whereas, say, loading
freenet.log into notepad *wouldn't* automatically update notepad as new
messages are logged

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Re: [freenet-support] Installation

2003-11-06 Thread Dave Hooper
The missing file is java.  (java is a JRE (java runtime environment), but
it's not looking for a file called jre, it's looking for a file called java)
Rather than editing javapath and replacing it, why not just symlink
/usr/bin/java to wherever you actually have java installed?  Much easier in
the long run.  If your system is already configured to symlink /usr/bin/java
to /usr/bin/jsdk-1.4.5.2.1.3.4/dfadsfasdfasdf  or whatever then no config
needs to change.  Also means it's much easier to upgrade to newer versions
of java in the future, just change the symlink to point at the new
installation of java.  Rather than, say, having to update the config files
of all of your applications which use java!

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From: Daves Lists [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Thursday, November 06, 2003 5:35 AM
Subject: Re: [freenet-support] Installation


 They can be installed anywhere. The file freenet needs is the executable
 file java which should have came with the java distribution. Install
freenet
 into a directory in your home directory. Freenet is a good choice. Edit
the
 file called start-freenet.sh and add this to the top replacing javapath
with
 the directory that the java excutable is in.

 PATH=javapath:$PATH
 export PATH

 Run start-freenet.sh and Freenet should start up after that.

 Dave

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 From: Phil Rabne [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Sent: Wednesday, November 05, 2003 6:47 PM
 Subject: [freenet-support] Installation


  I'm trying to install freenet (freenet-0.5.2.1.tar.gz).
 
   I first installed j2sdk-1_4_2-nb-3_5_1-bin-linux.bin into
  /home/philtr, of course...my home directory. Then I tried installing
  freenet into /home/philtr/j2sdk_nb/j2sdk.1.4.2/, the subdirectory jre
  in this directory. No luck! Then I tried going up the tree untill I was
  in my home directory. Nothing! Each time freenet couldn't find the
  executable, jre.
 
  Where should each be installed? In what directory is freenet looking to
  find  jre?  Can I get to a path variable in freenet to tell it where
  to look? I tried the support archive but, that was forbidden fruit.
  Thanks in advance for your help.   phil
 
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Re: [freenet-support] route not found

2003-11-05 Thread Dave Hooper
Yuh, some connections should be open.  Although when you start it up, there
won't be many connections for a bit unless you start requesting stuff.  But
as you say, you've tried that by trying to retrieve gpl.txt and other files.

What does the logfile say?  freenet.log

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To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Tuesday, November 04, 2003 12:03 AM
Subject: [freenet-support] route not found


 I use gentoo, and as far as i can figure out everything is pretty up to
date,
 including my seednode.ref

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Re: [freenet-support] help

2003-11-05 Thread Dave Hooper
Keys in freenet are like files on the internet.
So the Data not found message you're getting is similar to a 404: Page
not found page you might see from time to time on the internet.  There's a
bit more to it, but you can think of it like that.

Is your freenet running well?  Can you retrieve *anything* or does
*everything* come back with data not found?  How long have you been running
freenet for (it takes some hours to adapt to the network the very first time
you use it - this is for obvious reasons).

A lot of useful information can be obtained by opening the browser to
http://127.0.0.1: and clicking on Open Connections.  Are there any
connections (Is your node able to connect to other nodes?) - if so, how many
inbound and how many outbound?
If you click on Node Status Interface (under Internals) on the freenet web
interface page, and then click on the topmost Node Reference Status link,
what does it say?  How many node references are there, what does the
Connection Attempts say, etc

As a last resort - is there anything scary looking in the logfile
(freenet.log) like big flashing ERROR messages?

d

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From: Uncle Dave [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Wednesday, November 05, 2003 6:28 PM
Subject: [freenet-support] help


 How do I get keys and avoid this error:

   Freenet


 Couldn't Retrieve Key



 Network Error




 Data not found (Freenet could not find the data)
 Retrying...


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