[freenet-support] Sorry to have to report bad bug in 1180

2008-11-18 Thread vinyl1
Node won't start. I did a full manual update with update.cmd, same result. Java stack points to: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/apache/tools/bzip2/CBZip2InputStream. Here is full output from wrapper log: STATUS | wrapper | 2008/11/18 23:06:03 | --> Wrapper Started as Service STATUS

[freenet-support] Sorry to have to report bad bug in 1180

2008-11-18 Thread vinyl1
Node won't start. I did a full manual update with update.cmd, same result. Java stack points to: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/apache/tools/bzip2/CBZip2InputStream. Here is full output from wrapper log: STATUS | wrapper | 2008/11/18 23:06:03 | -- Wrapper Started as Service STATUS |

[freenet-support] Countdown to 0.7.0

2008-04-29 Thread vinyl1
I think the lack of a reliable messaging system is really going to impact interest in Freenet. Unfortunately, FMS is not easily usable by ordinary end users, and it is not packaged with the core software. I don't know what to do about this problem, other than figure out some way to get Frost

[freenet-support] 1143 seems to have a few problems

2008-04-24 Thread vinyl1
It seems that memory use is up, and so is the number of peers backed off. Maybe peers are experiencing memory issues? I have cut my output bandwith in an attempt to mitigate the problem.

[freenet-support] 1143 seems to have a few problems

2008-04-24 Thread vinyl1
It seems that memory use is up, and so is the number of peers backed off. Maybe peers are experiencing memory issues? I have cut my output bandwith in an attempt to mitigate the problem. ___ Support mailing list Support@freenetproject.org

[freenet-support] Can't bind fproxy to LAN IP

2008-03-02 Thread vinyl1
1.103:3160 ESTABLISHED Since I have lost my interface, I have no choice but to restart Freenet by rebooting. When I do that, everything returns to the way it was. Is this a bug or a user error? -vinyl1

[freenet-support] Can't bind fproxy to LAN IP

2008-03-02 Thread vinyl1
ESTABLISHED Since I have lost my interface, I have no choice but to restart Freenet by rebooting. When I do that, everything returns to the way it was. Is this a bug or a user error? -vinyl1 ___ Support mailing list Support@freenetproject.org http

[freenet-support] (new) user feedback

2007-03-03 Thread vinyl1
When you use Freenet .7, you are testing an alpha, and an early alpha at that. They have not yet coded the promised opennet and onion premix routing, but are concentrating on getting the Darknet to work. If you want something that is usable and stable, and would prefer not to be part of a

[freenet-support] Which is the latest 0.5 version; Which Java VM

2007-01-03 Thread vinyl1
Yes, 5107 was the final release in the .5 version of Freenet. I don't see any reason to update the Java release if your .5 server is working OK. A later release should be backward-compatible, but might cause trouble. - Original Message - From: "Level 13" To: Sent:

Re: [freenet-support] Which is the latest 0.5 version; Which Java VM

2007-01-03 Thread vinyl1
Yes, 5107 was the final release in the .5 version of Freenet. I don't see any reason to update the Java release if your .5 server is working OK. A later release should be backward-compatible, but might cause trouble. - Original Message - From: Level 13 [EMAIL PROTECTED] To:

[freenet-support] Some 0.7 questions

2006-06-25 Thread vinyl1
- Original Message - From: "Lars Juel Nielsen" To: Sent: Saturday, June 24, 2006 10:45 AM Subject: Re: [freenet-support] Some 0.7 questions > On 6/24/06, Kevin Bennett wrote: > > Hello. Can I ask a question on the new Freenet? > > > > I understand that

[freenet-support] Freenet .5 messes up my internet connection

2006-04-29 Thread vinyl1
Joseph Terranova said: "Linksys routers have a nasty flaw: they keep track of all connections for days. So if you're using something that has a lot of connections, such as p2p or freenet, it bonks fairly quickly. You might want to try looking for an alternative open-source firmware for it that

[freenet-support] Freenet .5 messes up my internet connection

2006-04-29 Thread vinyl1
I am trying to find a way to get .5 to work properly before trying .7. My home network has 4 machines, using Suse Linux 10 and Windows 2K. I have installed Freenet .5 on a Win2K machine. I am able to access the internet from the other machines at the time I start Freenet. However, after

[freenet-support] Freenet .5 messes up my internet connection

2006-04-29 Thread vinyl1
I am trying to find a way to get .5 to work properly before trying .7. My home network has 4 machines, using Suse Linux 10 and Windows 2K. I have installed Freenet .5 on a Win2K machine. I am able to access the internet from the other machines at the time I start Freenet. However, after

Re: [freenet-support] Freenet .5 messes up my internet connection

2006-04-29 Thread vinyl1
Joseph Terranova said: Linksys routers have a nasty flaw: they keep track of all connections for days. So if you're using something that has a lot of connections, such as p2p or freenet, it bonks fairly quickly. You might want to try looking for an alternative open-source firmware for it that

[freenet-support] Running a node again

2006-04-24 Thread vinyl1
a partition of Linux and attempt to get .7 running. That ought to be funI won't know if it's my pitiful skillset as a Linux SA or the new software acting up. -vinyl1

[freenet-support] RE: network errors all over the place

2006-02-06 Thread vinyl1
Kurtis Stalnaker wrote: "ok, at first I thought that I was just doing something stupid. Becuase when I open up the gateway, I try clicking on the freesite links so I can figure out what the heck this thing does, and I always get a page that says " "Network error" Freenet is a complex thing to

[freenet-support] RE: network errors all over the place

2006-02-06 Thread vinyl1
Kurtis Stalnaker wrote: ok, at first I thought that I was just doing something stupid. Becuase when I open up the gateway, I try clicking on the freesite links so I can figure out what the heck this thing does, and I always get a page that says Network error Freenet is a complex thing to get

[freenet-support] accessing own node

2005-12-12 Thread vinyl1
That is what I thought you meant. This is one thing that Freenet does not allow. If a node operator could know this, he would become legally responsible for hosting those files. This defeats the whole purpose of Freenet. vinyl1 - Original Message - From: "Eric Harms"

Re: [freenet-support] accessing own node

2005-12-12 Thread vinyl1
That is what I thought you meant. This is one thing that Freenet does not allow. If a node operator could know this, he would become legally responsible for hosting those files. This defeats the whole purpose of Freenet. vinyl1 - Original Message - From: Eric Harms [EMAIL PROTECTED

RE: [freenet-support] Lockfile problem fixed

2005-05-10 Thread vinyl1
operating system - -vinyl1 -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: PGPfreeware 6.5.8 for non-commercial use http://www.pgp.com iQA/AwUBQoFCLFxAkol34ItAEQJtJwCfVX1asZRxby8mmIRJJCU4oA5UjxEAn1UM hJ0dXLs0ZinNX62rOR/+edaQ =2z6b -END PGP SIGNATURE

Re: [freenet-support] MIRC?

2005-04-25 Thread vinyl1
Matthew explained: People are running Freenet on port 6667. But I can see why MapsBaps might be alarmed. The first thing hackers would do if they managed to infiltrate the codebase would be to have all the nodes report back to them, and IRC is what they usually use. But the mere opinion of a

Re: [freenet-support] MIRC?

2005-04-25 Thread vinyl1
Matthew wrote: The usual open-source code security checks? Don't we have something? I never bothered to investigate this, being a trusting sort, but isn't there some kind of hash total or crc or digital signature? If it came down to that, you could download the code, inspect it, and recompile

Re: [freenet-support] Node transient setting problem

2005-02-17 Thread vinyl1
I think they got rid of transient nodes quite a while back, maybe about a year ago. Even then, you had to edit your configuration file manually.You can still do that, but it won't have any effect.-Original Message- I have a dial-up connection to the internet and I read that would be

Re: [freenet-support] Build 5101 - another deep cut?

2005-02-13 Thread vinyl1
on what you mean by deep cut. -todd If he means how far back the nodes will interoperate, Matthew stated that 5101 is compatible as far back as 5099 in his message of 2/7/2005 8:09AM. - -vinyl1 -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: PGPfreeware 6.5.8 for non-commercial use http://www.pgp.com iQA

Re: [freenet-support] Which version of Freenet is supposed to work ?

2004-12-18 Thread vinyl1
Thomas Berg wrote: Here is from General Information/Version Information: Node Version 0.5 Protocol Version STABLE-1.51 Build Number 5100 Yes, 5100 is the latest. It came out on 11/22. Now let it cook for 24 hours and see if anything happens. Even on dialup, you should get something.

Re: [freenet-support] Is it always this slow?

2004-12-02 Thread vinyl1
-Original Message- From: Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Dec 2, 2004 12:07 PM To: Newsbyte [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [freenet-support] Is it always this slow? Motion to ban as a troll? Opposed. Free speech for all, even soreheads. Call it vigorous debate.

Re: [freenet-support] Windows and JRE 1.5

2004-10-19 Thread vinyl1
library issues or something...Toad would be able to explain this in detail. -vinyl1 ___ Support mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://news.gmane.org/gmane.network.freenet.support Unsubscribe at http://dodo.freenetproject.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo

RE: [freenet-support] Showdown at the Freenode Coral

2004-08-06 Thread vinyl1
I suggest we not give Mr. Findley a hard time. He is an honorable guy, and is telling us what the law is, not what a bunch of Unix geeks think it ought to be. ___ Support mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [freenet-support] anonymity(NOT)

2004-08-04 Thread vinyl1
Toad remarked: Freenet is DESIGNED to actively thwart attempts to find the authors. This is a fundamental design goal. It is a motive. Whereas the postal system simply doesn't care one way or the other. In fact, right now, Freenet is so slow that only perverts and geeks use it. Or so it would be

Re: [freenet-support] new stable

2004-07-25 Thread vinyl1
disappointment is therefore understandable. -vinyl1 ___ Support mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://news.gmane.org/gmane.network.freenet.support Unsubscribe at http://dodo.freenetproject.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/support Or mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [freenet-support] Re: Automatic server retry of failing documents

2004-05-10 Thread vinyl1
. Its log file says that it is trying 25 HTL, 30 HTL, and 35 HTL, and not finding anything, but it seems to be working much too quickly. I'm a Win2K transient node on dialup. -vinyl1 ___ Support mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://news.gmane.org

Re: [freenet-support] No Route Found

2004-03-17 Thread vinyl1
Is your Freenet installation up to date? What release are you using? Many things seem to have changed in the past few months... -Original Message- From: dp [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Mar 17, 2004 3:36 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [freenet-support] No Route Found Hi all! Here there is

Re: [freenet-support] Fuqid - Broken in latest builds

2004-03-16 Thread vinyl1
Could you elaborate a little on your exact problem? What error messages are you getting? -Original Message- From: Brian [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Mar 14, 2004 3:08 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [freenet-support] Fuqid - Broken in latest builds Build: 5074 (or 5075, nobody is too

Re: [freenet-support] Re: slowdom in freeville

2004-03-10 Thread vinyl1
I have a similar machine with Win2K and dialup, and can't get anywhere. I'm not surprised that I can't retrieve much freesite content, although surprisingly I can get a fair number of Frost messages. What baffled me is that I was unable to insert a small (1.9 meg) file with FUQID. After

Re: [freenet-support] freenet commitment settings

2004-03-09 Thread vinyl1
So it seems like FUQID is not connecting to my (transient) Freenet node at all. In my case, this could be firewall-related; ZoneAlarm is probably protecting my TCP/IP stack a bit too aggressively. Either that, or FUQID trying to connect to the wrong port. I'll check the client port in my

Re: [freenet-support] ditto on what b said!

2004-03-08 Thread vinyl1
I would imagine that the problem is a lot of users running nodes with older, incompatible releases. If part of the content is only stored on such nodes, the chance of a user with the new release being able to retrieve is very slim. If everyone was up to date, I don't think there would be a

Re: [freenet-support] freenet commitment settings

2004-03-08 Thread vinyl1
find. - Original Message - From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, March 08, 2004 12:39 PM Subject: Re: [freenet-support] freenet commitment settings Yes, thank you, I am already running 5074. As Vinyl1 said, I may be trying to retrieve old inserts that are on nodes