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2017-02-10 Thread Baul Habib
habib.l...@gmail.com
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2016-09-13 Thread Baul Habib Habib
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2016-01-20 Thread Stefan Breuseker
How can i install freenet on Samsung ga last tab e
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2015-08-04 Thread Ultra K
does this work on mobile devices like tablets or smartphones?___
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Re: [freenet-support] (no subject)

2015-06-11 Thread xor
On Wednesday, June 03, 2015 12:17:51 AM Trevor john wrote:
  I don't seem to be able to access freenet on my I phone and so can't get
 into darknet. Help

I'm not sure what your question is.

Were you looking for a Freenet app for your phone? There currently is no 
official Freenet app, you need to install Freenet on a regular computer.

Or was your problem that you were trying to use your phone to access the web 
interface of a Freenet installation on a computer? In that case, you will need 
to allow the IP of the phone to access the web interface. 
Go to:
 Configuration / Web interface / Click Switch to advanced mode at bottom of 
page
Then configure IP address to bind to to the LAN IP of the computer to allow 
machines on the LAN to access Freenet (this can be dangerous if untrustworthy 
people are on your LAN!).
Then also configure Hostnames or IP addresses that are allowed to connect to 
the web interface. and maybe even Hosts having a full access to the Freenet 
web interface (read warning) to include the IP of your phone.

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2015-06-05 Thread Trevor john
 I don't seem to be able to access freenet on my I phone and so can't get into 
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Re: [freenet-support] (no subject)

2014-10-28 Thread Bert Massop
On Sun, Oct 26, 2014 at 3:29 AM, Scotty Green scottygree...@gmail.com wrote:
 Is freenetproject available on android platform

Freenet does not support the Android platform out of the box.
You may be able to get Freenet running on Android if you are willing
to compile it yourself [1], but I have not heard of anyone actually
doing so yet.

— Bert

[1] Theoretically Freenet could run on a good android phone, although
it's a background app so maybe only on recent versions. The APIs we
use from the JDK are (mostly?) also present in Android. Compile it
yourself, see what happens. —
https://wiki.freenetproject.org/Installing/POSIX#Android
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2014-10-27 Thread Scotty Green
Is freenetproject available on android platform
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2014-07-08 Thread dean.hawkins







Sent from Windows Mail

Help!  I bought a new Dell laptop, and after installing Freenet, I could

not get it to connect to anything.  What have I done wrong?___
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Re: [freenet-support] (no subject)

2014-07-08 Thread Bert Massop
On Mon, Jul 7, 2014 at 9:03 PM,  dean.hawk...@rocketmail.com wrote:


 Sent from Windows Mail
 Help!  I bought a new Dell laptop, and after installing Freenet, I could
 not get it to connect to anything.  What have I done wrong?

After starting your node, it first needs to announce to the opennet
network (i.e. connect to seed nodes to obtain enough peer
connections). Under normal circumstances, it may take up to an hour to
do so. This assumes you have set your node's network security to LOW
or MEDIUM: on HIGH or MAXIMUM it will not announce to opennet, and you
should add darknet peers manually.

You can observe the current opennet connection status of your node at
[1] and your darknet connections at [2]. You can review your node's
security settings at [3].

— Bert


[1] http://127.0.0.1:/strangers/
[2] http://127.0.0.1:/friends/
[3] http://127.0.0.1:/seclevels/
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2012-11-17 Thread Nick Spencer
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 1.6 HTTP_EXCESSIVE_ESCAPES URI: Completely unnecessary %-escapes inside a
 URL
 1.5 BAYES_60   BODY: Bayes spam probability is 60 to 80%
[score: 0.6890]
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Re: [freenet-support] No subject

2009-11-03 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Sunday 11 October 2009 09:31:49 Dsoslglece wrote:
 l...@hushmail.com a écrit :
  The viewer can see, as did I, that “Fetch over Freenet is checked 
  AND that it says,
  “This is untraceable, safe….”   NOW, untraceable means anonymous.
  The other choice available is to, “Fetch over the web from 
  Freenet’s central servers…and is “TRACEABLE”, meaning NOT 
  ANONYMOUS!
 The meaning is :
 
  “Fetch over Freenet, this is untraceable, safe….:
 
 To download the plugin, you use freenet (of course this is safe).
 
 “Fetch over the web from 
 Freenet’s central servers…and is “TRACEABLE
 
 
 To download the plugin, you go out of freenet and from the web, in the 
 big dark forest, using your browser and all nude, you go to freenet's 
 central servers.
 and this obviously is traceable and not safe, since you are not using 
 freenet anymore... (of course, doing this,  you still can use Tor, or 
 jap for some protection)

You could if we asked you about proxies...


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Re: [freenet-support] No subject

2009-10-11 Thread Dsoslglece

l...@hushmail.com a écrit :
The viewer can see, as did I, that “Fetch over Freenet is checked 
AND that it says,

“This is untraceable, safe….”   NOW, untraceable means anonymous.
The other choice available is to, “Fetch over the web from 
Freenet’s central servers…and is “TRACEABLE”, meaning NOT 
ANONYMOUS!

The meaning is :

“Fetch over Freenet, this is untraceable, safe….:

To download the plugin, you use freenet (of course this is safe).

“Fetch over the web from 
Freenet’s central servers…and is “TRACEABLE



To download the plugin, you go out of freenet and from the web, in the 
big dark forest, using your browser and all nude, you go to freenet's 
central servers.
and this obviously is traceable and not safe, since you are not using 
freenet anymore... (of course, doing this,  you still can use Tor, or 
jap for some protection)
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Re: [freenet-support] No subject

2009-10-11 Thread Dsoslglece

Evan Daniel a écrit :

On Sat, Oct 10, 2009 at 11:13 PM,  l...@hushmail.com wrote:
  

Hello. I hope this is OK. It’s quite long.

I wonder if anyone can help with this/these question/s-comment/s in
the form of clarification. I hope it doesn’t seem too petty but I
wonder if others go through the same confusion as I.

On this page: http://127.0.0.1:/plugins/ one can go to: “Load
Official Plugin”
The viewer can see, as did I, that “Fetch over Freenet is checked
AND that it says,
“This is untraceable, safe….”   NOW, untraceable means anonymous.
The other choice available is to, “Fetch over the web from
Freenet’s central servers…and is “TRACEABLE”, meaning NOT
ANONYMOUS!

(Freenet isn’t safe?)

On this page: FREEMAIL-SETUP
http://127.0.0.1:/freenet:u...@xog49gnltumtjjzj0fvzugdpo4hjusy2us
GQkjE7NY4,EtUH5b9gGpp8JiY-Bm-Y9kHX1q-yDjD-
9oRzXn21O9k,AQACAAE/freemail/4/setup/index.html

It clearly directs one method of using the same plugin page as my
beginning comment above (Load Official Plugin), with the “only”
comment for that choice being that it is NOT ANONYMOUS!

So, is one correct to assume that the first directive is false,
misleading and/or has been tampered with (edited) by someone with
bad intent? Or is it the second one?

One point I am trying to make here is that this can cause some
immediate doubt and confusion in someone new to Freenet. I am
concerned because the world needs Freenet and Tor more than they
might consciously know. I recently saw figures about the estimated
number of users for both, and the numbers were very small. They are
small enough that large arrays of computers, set around the world
and networked, are capable of watching ALL nodes and gathering the
data to be analyzed.

Look at Tor. On the Network Map (of the world), there are nodes
running in sequential order, and all these are located in the same
place – near the CIA in the US.
Some of these sequential orders are showing up in other locations
around the Tor network.

I have found Freenet to be so frustrating and confusing to set up
and use, that as I search the web for information that is clear and
helpful, I keep coming across more comments from Users who are
quitting the program. Now it does make sense to me, that with
anonymity programs, the more using them, the better and more safely
anonymous it is for all. But, it seems the numbers are dwindling. I
don’t know.

I have used Tor for about 4 years. I recently went to its Hidden
Wiki and about one half of all its services were gone! So, I
wonder, as do others, is Tor is dying out?

I really don’t want to see that for Tor or Freenet.

If one goes to: http://127.0.0.1:/plugins/ first, before
finding the .jar or .zip download page (supposedly both are
anonymous but of course, IT DOESN’T SAY, then they might make a
very bad choice solely from being confused by the directions.

So, while this might seem very petty and/or trivial to (I don’t
know-most who might read this), it is very important to write
directions for the reader, not the writer!

In Tor, the Hidden Services may be tampered with, changed,
purposely to be misleading and dangerous, by those who want to
destroy anonymity and our right to it. They use anonymity to try
and destroy anonymity, except for them, of course.

Is this also possible with the Freenet pages of “howto’s?” Can they
be edited so that one is not aware of what is true, accurate and
good for the User?

Anyway, I am once more trying to set up Freenet, Freemail and Frost
and am close to quitting. If I were more knowledgeable, I would
write “howto’s” but I am not. It seems all I am is frustrated.

One last thing, at Freemail-Setup, it tells me to download
Freemail. The next bit of ‘howto’ is setting it up for “command
line version setup”.

I’m not doing that.

I don’t know the pros and cons of command line Freemail. At the end
of that instruction it says, “Now you have Freemail proxy
running….”
I DO? How? I didn’t do that so what the fuck happened? Does the
download set it up or does it have to be set up after it’s
downloaded? The latter makes sense to me but, it is now telling me
I already have it running without doing anything. So, why the
instructions? I mean, C’mon! I have to go by what the writer
writes, right?

Since it tells me I have it up and running, where is it? I can’t
find it. These instructions are telling me to insert the long
Freemail address I was given.
I was given? When? Where? I haven’t done anything yet but the
directions jump from something I don’t want to do and didn’t do,
to, “I’m up and running!”

This is a joke right? It’s only for those who are IT smart, meaning
very few, and anonymity will be shot on site.

Just before it gets to THUNDERBIRD, it tells me, “Remember that the
Freemail.jar program needs to be running whilst you are reading and
sending emails. So, where is it? There is no window to put in
any information.

Perhaps if I could get some help, yeah, I might be able to help
others.

Sorry for the rant but 

[freenet-support] No subject

2009-10-10 Thread ltgb
Hello. I hope this is OK. It’s quite long.

I wonder if anyone can help with this/these question/s-comment/s in 
the form of clarification. I hope it doesn’t seem too petty but I 
wonder if others go through the same confusion as I.

On this page: http://127.0.0.1:/plugins/ one can go to: “Load 
Official Plugin”
The viewer can see, as did I, that “Fetch over Freenet is checked 
AND that it says,
“This is untraceable, safe….”   NOW, untraceable means anonymous.
The other choice available is to, “Fetch over the web from 
Freenet’s central servers…and is “TRACEABLE”, meaning NOT 
ANONYMOUS!

(Freenet isn’t safe?)

On this page: FREEMAIL-SETUP
http://127.0.0.1:/freenet:u...@xog49gnltumtjjzj0fvzugdpo4hjusy2us
GQkjE7NY4,EtUH5b9gGpp8JiY-Bm-Y9kHX1q-yDjD-
9oRzXn21O9k,AQACAAE/freemail/4/setup/index.html

It clearly directs one method of using the same plugin page as my 
beginning comment above (Load Official Plugin), with the “only” 
comment for that choice being that it is NOT ANONYMOUS!

So, is one correct to assume that the first directive is false, 
misleading and/or has been tampered with (edited) by someone with 
bad intent? Or is it the second one?

One point I am trying to make here is that this can cause some 
immediate doubt and confusion in someone new to Freenet. I am 
concerned because the world needs Freenet and Tor more than they 
might consciously know. I recently saw figures about the estimated 
number of users for both, and the numbers were very small. They are 
small enough that large arrays of computers, set around the world 
and networked, are capable of watching ALL nodes and gathering the 
data to be analyzed.

Look at Tor. On the Network Map (of the world), there are nodes 
running in sequential order, and all these are located in the same 
place – near the CIA in the US.
Some of these sequential orders are showing up in other locations 
around the Tor network.

I have found Freenet to be so frustrating and confusing to set up 
and use, that as I search the web for information that is clear and 
helpful, I keep coming across more comments from Users who are 
quitting the program. Now it does make sense to me, that with 
anonymity programs, the more using them, the better and more safely 
anonymous it is for all. But, it seems the numbers are dwindling. I 
don’t know.

I have used Tor for about 4 years. I recently went to its Hidden 
Wiki and about one half of all its services were gone! So, I 
wonder, as do others, is Tor is dying out?

I really don’t want to see that for Tor or Freenet.

If one goes to: http://127.0.0.1:/plugins/ first, before 
finding the .jar or .zip download page (supposedly both are 
anonymous but of course, IT DOESN’T SAY, then they might make a 
very bad choice solely from being confused by the directions.

So, while this might seem very petty and/or trivial to (I don’t 
know-most who might read this), it is very important to write 
directions for the reader, not the writer!

In Tor, the Hidden Services may be tampered with, changed, 
purposely to be misleading and dangerous, by those who want to 
destroy anonymity and our right to it. They use anonymity to try 
and destroy anonymity, except for them, of course.

Is this also possible with the Freenet pages of “howto’s?” Can they 
be edited so that one is not aware of what is true, accurate and 
good for the User?

Anyway, I am once more trying to set up Freenet, Freemail and Frost 
and am close to quitting. If I were more knowledgeable, I would 
write “howto’s” but I am not. It seems all I am is frustrated.

One last thing, at Freemail-Setup, it tells me to download 
Freemail. The next bit of ‘howto’ is setting it up for “command 
line version setup”.

I’m not doing that. 

I don’t know the pros and cons of command line Freemail. At the end 
of that instruction it says, “Now you have Freemail proxy 
running….”
I DO? How? I didn’t do that so what the fuck happened? Does the 
download set it up or does it have to be set up after it’s 
downloaded? The latter makes sense to me but, it is now telling me 
I already have it running without doing anything. So, why the 
instructions? I mean, C’mon! I have to go by what the writer 
writes, right?

Since it tells me I have it up and running, where is it? I can’t 
find it. These instructions are telling me to insert the long 
Freemail address I was given.
I was given? When? Where? I haven’t done anything yet but the 
directions jump from something I don’t want to do and didn’t do, 
to, “I’m up and running!”

This is a joke right? It’s only for those who are IT smart, meaning 
very few, and anonymity will be shot on site.

Just before it gets to THUNDERBIRD, it tells me, “Remember that the 
Freemail.jar program needs to be running whilst you are reading and 
sending emails. So, where is it? There is no window to put in 
any information.

Perhaps if I could get some help, yeah, I might be able to help 
others.

Sorry for the rant but writing it out here seems to be 

Re: [freenet-support] No subject

2009-10-10 Thread Evan Daniel
On Sat, Oct 10, 2009 at 11:13 PM,  l...@hushmail.com wrote:
 Hello. I hope this is OK. It’s quite long.

 I wonder if anyone can help with this/these question/s-comment/s in
 the form of clarification. I hope it doesn’t seem too petty but I
 wonder if others go through the same confusion as I.

 On this page: http://127.0.0.1:/plugins/ one can go to: “Load
 Official Plugin”
 The viewer can see, as did I, that “Fetch over Freenet is checked
 AND that it says,
 “This is untraceable, safe….”   NOW, untraceable means anonymous.
 The other choice available is to, “Fetch over the web from
 Freenet’s central servers…and is “TRACEABLE”, meaning NOT
 ANONYMOUS!

 (Freenet isn’t safe?)

 On this page: FREEMAIL-SETUP
 http://127.0.0.1:/freenet:u...@xog49gnltumtjjzj0fvzugdpo4hjusy2us
 GQkjE7NY4,EtUH5b9gGpp8JiY-Bm-Y9kHX1q-yDjD-
 9oRzXn21O9k,AQACAAE/freemail/4/setup/index.html

 It clearly directs one method of using the same plugin page as my
 beginning comment above (Load Official Plugin), with the “only”
 comment for that choice being that it is NOT ANONYMOUS!

 So, is one correct to assume that the first directive is false,
 misleading and/or has been tampered with (edited) by someone with
 bad intent? Or is it the second one?

 One point I am trying to make here is that this can cause some
 immediate doubt and confusion in someone new to Freenet. I am
 concerned because the world needs Freenet and Tor more than they
 might consciously know. I recently saw figures about the estimated
 number of users for both, and the numbers were very small. They are
 small enough that large arrays of computers, set around the world
 and networked, are capable of watching ALL nodes and gathering the
 data to be analyzed.

 Look at Tor. On the Network Map (of the world), there are nodes
 running in sequential order, and all these are located in the same
 place – near the CIA in the US.
 Some of these sequential orders are showing up in other locations
 around the Tor network.

 I have found Freenet to be so frustrating and confusing to set up
 and use, that as I search the web for information that is clear and
 helpful, I keep coming across more comments from Users who are
 quitting the program. Now it does make sense to me, that with
 anonymity programs, the more using them, the better and more safely
 anonymous it is for all. But, it seems the numbers are dwindling. I
 don’t know.

 I have used Tor for about 4 years. I recently went to its Hidden
 Wiki and about one half of all its services were gone! So, I
 wonder, as do others, is Tor is dying out?

 I really don’t want to see that for Tor or Freenet.

 If one goes to: http://127.0.0.1:/plugins/ first, before
 finding the .jar or .zip download page (supposedly both are
 anonymous but of course, IT DOESN’T SAY, then they might make a
 very bad choice solely from being confused by the directions.

 So, while this might seem very petty and/or trivial to (I don’t
 know-most who might read this), it is very important to write
 directions for the reader, not the writer!

 In Tor, the Hidden Services may be tampered with, changed,
 purposely to be misleading and dangerous, by those who want to
 destroy anonymity and our right to it. They use anonymity to try
 and destroy anonymity, except for them, of course.

 Is this also possible with the Freenet pages of “howto’s?” Can they
 be edited so that one is not aware of what is true, accurate and
 good for the User?

 Anyway, I am once more trying to set up Freenet, Freemail and Frost
 and am close to quitting. If I were more knowledgeable, I would
 write “howto’s” but I am not. It seems all I am is frustrated.

 One last thing, at Freemail-Setup, it tells me to download
 Freemail. The next bit of ‘howto’ is setting it up for “command
 line version setup”.

 I’m not doing that.

 I don’t know the pros and cons of command line Freemail. At the end
 of that instruction it says, “Now you have Freemail proxy
 running….”
 I DO? How? I didn’t do that so what the fuck happened? Does the
 download set it up or does it have to be set up after it’s
 downloaded? The latter makes sense to me but, it is now telling me
 I already have it running without doing anything. So, why the
 instructions? I mean, C’mon! I have to go by what the writer
 writes, right?

 Since it tells me I have it up and running, where is it? I can’t
 find it. These instructions are telling me to insert the long
 Freemail address I was given.
 I was given? When? Where? I haven’t done anything yet but the
 directions jump from something I don’t want to do and didn’t do,
 to, “I’m up and running!”

 This is a joke right? It’s only for those who are IT smart, meaning
 very few, and anonymity will be shot on site.

 Just before it gets to THUNDERBIRD, it tells me, “Remember that the
 Freemail.jar program needs to be running whilst you are reading and
 sending emails. So, where is it? There is no window to put in
 any information.

 Perhaps if I could get some help, 

Re: [freenet-support] (no subject)

2009-05-18 Thread Jago Pearce
\So, you should simply be able to configure your browser to connect using
SOCKS4 or SOCKS5 via localhost:81 and then you can access fproxy as if
you were on the remote ssh server at http://localhost:\;

Brilliant thanks! It was working all along , I just never thought to
connect to localhost! haha!

I now have a server running reliably and remotely 24/7, and accessible
from anywhere - lovely :-)
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[freenet-support] (no subject)

2009-05-17 Thread Jago Pearce
 This is my setup:

1) client computer with ssh forwarding on port 81 (ssh -D81) enabled

conecting through

2) A proxy at address Proxy:8080

3) Connectng to my shell server runnig shh on port 443

If I login with ssh I can use lynx to browse freenet but that isn\'t very good.

How can I browse freenet remotely this way?
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Re: [freenet-support] (no subject)

2009-05-17 Thread Dennis Nezic
On Mon, 18 May 2009 00:14:18 +, Jago Pearce wrote:
  This is my setup:
 
 1) client computer with ssh forwarding on port 81 (ssh -D81) enabled
 
 conecting through
 
 2) A proxy at address Proxy:8080
 
 3) Connectng to my shell server runnig shh on port 443
 
 If I login with ssh I can use lynx to browse freenet but that isn\'t
 very good.
 
 How can I browse freenet remotely this way?

I'm not sure how to work with the (SOCKS) proxy, but you can forward
the port directly like:

   ssh -L :localhost: freenetusern...@freenetbox

And then use any browser through http://localhost:
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Re: [freenet-support] (no subject)

2009-05-17 Thread Dennis Nezic
On Mon, 18 May 2009 00:14:18 +, Jago Pearce wrote:
  This is my setup:
 
 1) client computer with ssh forwarding on port 81 (ssh -D81) enabled

So this creates a SOCKS proxy on the remote ssh server you're
connecting to, accessable via port 81 on your local client computer.

 
 conecting through
 
 2) A proxy at address Proxy:8080

I'm not sure what this is--I'm assuming it's another link in a proxy
chain, right after your semote ssh server?

 
 3) Connectng to my shell server runnig shh on port 443

This is yet another console-only way to access it--entirely unrelated
to either the -D 81 session you started above, or to the direct
non-SOCKS port forwarding I mentioned in the previous post.

 
 If I login with ssh I can use lynx to browse freenet but that isn\'t
 very good.
 
 How can I browse freenet remotely this way?

So, you should simply be able to configure your browser to connect using
SOCKS4 or SOCKS5 via localhost:81 and then you can access fproxy as if
you were on the remote ssh server at http://localhost:

Though, if all you want is access to fproxy (and not other websites),
you don't need to setup the SOCKS -D ssh tunnel.
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[freenet-support] (no subject)

2009-03-26 Thread Anon ymous
1 of your peers are having severe problems (not acknowledging packets even
after 10 minutes). This is probably due to a bug in the code. Please report
it to us at the bug tracker at
https://bugs.freenetproject.org/http://127.0.0.1:/?_CHECKED_HTTP_=https://bugs.freenetproject.org/
or
to the support mailing list supp...@freenetproject.org. Please include this
message and what version of the node you are running. The affected peers
(you may not want to include this in your bug report if they are darknet
peers) are:

   - 84.62.36.45:24715


Freenet 0.7 Build #1205 r25843M
Freenet-ext Build #26 r23771


   - Java Version: 1.6.0_07
   - JVM Vendor: Sun Microsystems Inc.
   - JVM Version: 10.0-b23
   - OS Name: Windows XP
   - OS Version: 5.1
   - OS Architecture: x86
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2009-03-16 Thread Anon ymous
1 of your peers are having severe problems (not acknowledging packets even
after 10 minutes). This is probably due to a bug in the code. Please report
it to us at the bug tracker at
https://bugs.freenetproject.org/
or
to the support mailing list support at freenetproject.org. Please include this
message and what version of the node you are running. The affected peers
(you may not want to include this in your bug report if they are darknet
peers) are:

   - 84.62.36.45:24715


Freenet 0.7 Build #1205 r25843M
Freenet-ext Build #26 r23771


   - Java Version: 1.6.0_07
   - JVM Vendor: Sun Microsystems Inc.
   - JVM Version: 10.0-b23
   - OS Name: Windows XP
   - OS Version: 5.1
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2009-03-10 Thread Anon ymous
2 of your peers are having severe problems (not acknowledging packets even
after 10 minutes). This is probably due to a bug in the code. Please report
it to us at the bug tracker at
https://bugs.freenetproject.org/http://127.0.0.1:/?_CHECKED_HTTP_=https://bugs.freenetproject.org/
or
to the support mailing list supp...@freenetproject.org. Please include this
message and what version of the node you are running. The affected peers
(you may not want to include this in your bug report if they are darknet
peers) are:

   - 87.96.165.16:12938
   - 79.134.132.159:1027




Freenet 0.7 Build #1205 r25843M
Freenet-ext Build #26 r23771
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2009-03-07 Thread Anon ymous
2 of your peers are having severe problems (not acknowledging packets even
after 10 minutes). This is probably due to a bug in the code. Please report
it to us at the bug tracker at
https://bugs.freenetproject.org/
or
to the support mailing list support at freenetproject.org. Please include this
message and what version of the node you are running. The affected peers
(you may not want to include this in your bug report if they are darknet
peers) are:

   - 87.96.165.16:12938
   - 79.134.132.159:1027




Freenet 0.7 Build #1205 r25843M
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[freenet-support] (no subject)

2008-11-19 Thread Luke771
On Tue, 18 Nov 2008 14:33:57 +0100
bqz69  wrote:


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

LOL you may have recognized the nickname, and possibly the writing style: I am 
the author of FAFS (Freenet Applications FreeSite)
And yes it IS easy: always assume that the reader doesn't know what you're 
talking about, that English is not his native language, that his education is 
below average, and he's a retard. So you get relatively few 'could you explain 
a little better...' questions.




Re: [freenet-support] (no subject)

2008-11-19 Thread Luke771
On Tue, 18 Nov 2008 14:33:57 +0100
bqz69 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

zn1P
 
 (I am the author of www.minihowto.org, and I have tried to make documentation 
 along your lines - it's not very easy?)

LOL you may have recognized the nickname, and possibly the writing style: I am 
the author of FAFS (Freenet Applications FreeSite)
And yes it IS easy: always assume that the reader doesn't know what you're 
talking about, that English is not his native language, that his education is 
below average, and he's a retard. So you get relatively few 'could you explain 
a little better...' questions.

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[freenet-support] (no subject)

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

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

Thanks - *smile*

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




[freenet-support] (no subject)

2008-11-18 Thread Luke771
On Sat, 15 Nov 2008 23:42:11 + (GMT)
Markus Hahn  wrote:




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

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

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

But first lets talk about uptime quickly: Freenet needs to sun as much as 
possible. The optimal would be to let it run 24/7, but morning to night every 
day is also fairly good. What you DON'T want to do is 'start freenet -  visit 
freesite - shut down freenet'. It won't work. Freesites will take ages to load 
(when they do) and you'll be damaging the netwrotk. Let freenet run as much as 
your computer runs, and if you don't have an always-up box, consider letting 
your computer run just for the sake of freenet. the more Freenet stays up, the 
better your node will work, and themore it will help the network.


Back to configuration; as we said, you should set store size and max memory 
usage to higher values than the defaults.
You may have done that when you went through the Freenet First.time Wizard, but 
if you kept the defaults your store size and memory usage are very low because 
the defaults must work for everyone including users running on a junkware boxes 
in countries where they don't consider 700MhZ and 256MB RAM a low-end machine.

The values are different according to your box and the usage you make of it, 
but the rule of is 'the more the better'. See how much HDD space you can 
dedicate to Freenet and set your store size to that; some have dedicated 
Freenet disks 500GB or 1TB in size, others have 250+ GB freenet stores, but 
50GB is already fairly good. Remember than the bigger the store the better your 
node will work, because more stuff will be cached (encrypted) locally and will 
be fetched way more quickly when request it.

As for max memory usage, you can set this even higher than can afford in 
theory, becuse freenet won't allocate all the memory you give to it. High max 
mem values are needed in my experience because mem usage will peak sometimes 
and if it tries to use more memory than it's allowed to use, the node may crash.
Those who operate machnes with 3 or more GB of RAM are known to set max memory 
usage up to 2GB.
My node runs on box that only has 1GB of RAM, Freenet is set to use max 770MB 
of it, and the node works pretty well.

I used to run nodes on virtual machines with max memory usage set to 256MB and 
they worked pretty well as long as I didn't queue too many or too large files 
for download/upload; therefore, if you are limited by the physical memory 
installed on your box, (for instance you can't set max mem. usage to anything 
higher than 256 or even 128MB) you will have to run few downloads/uploads at a 
time (wait for them to complete, then add more). Remember it's not the number 
of files, it's the total size.

Bandwidth usage settings are kind of relative. If you have a good connection 
(10MB+ high upload BW) you can set your bandwidth usage as high as your total 
bandwidth and freenet will never use but a fraction of that, but if your 
connection is medium-low, you'll need to limit freenet BW usage. In my 
experience trying to help new users get started, I've seen that the difference 
between upload and download bandwidth may be a problem. ISP' tout "high speed 
connections" without ever mentioning anything about upload bandwidth.

As an example, a connection that the ISP refers to as '12Mbit/s' never does 
what the ISP says it should: first of all 12MB/s (1.5MB/s) is a nominal value, 
the actual bandwidth rarely exceeds 2/3 of the nominal value stated by ISP 
(more often half of it), and most importnat, the higghly publicized 12Mbit/s is 
only the download bandwidth. They never say anything about upload speed. If 
you're lucky you have 2Mbit/s but ,more often 1Mbit/s fot 'high speed' 
connections and 512 or 256 Kbit/s for medium range connections.

So, the point is, find out what your -upload- stream in KB/s is (find out what 
your ISP say your upstream is, then divide by 8 to get bytes; ISP's always talk 
about bits). Decide how much bandwidth you can afford to give freenet in upload 
and set that value under max bandwidth usage in config page. As for download 
bandwidth you may want to keep the defult -1, meaning 4x the upstream. If you 
are one of the few lucky that have high upload bandwidths (as high as 
download), you may want to set the same value for both upload and download.


> I am totally new in this subject and all my real-world-friends are no-techies 
> and no-nerds, so I still 

[freenet-support] (no subject)

2008-11-18 Thread Matthew Toseland
Please, when replying to newbies, CC them, because they're often not 
subscribed to the list. I've bounced your message to the poster.

On Tuesday 18 November 2008 12:26, Luke771 wrote:
> On Sat, 15 Nov 2008 23:42:11 + (GMT)
> Markus Hahn  wrote:
> 
> 
> 
> 
> Sorry if I explain things that you know already, but I don't know what your 
general competence level is, so I'll assume you know very little, just in 
case (and it may be useful for someone else, too)
> 
> > I am able to reach and open some of the sites I want to, but frequently I 
get the message that a site seems to be unreachable, sometimes concerning a 
site that opens some minutes later.
> 
> This is expected on a newly estabilshed node. The first thing to do to get a 
new node to work better is to set the max store size and max memory usage 
(both in your config page at http://localhost:/config).
> 
> But first lets talk about uptime quickly: Freenet needs to sun as much as 
possible. The optimal would be to let it run 24/7, but morning to night every 
day is also fairly good. What you DON'T want to do is 'start freenet -  visit 
freesite - shut down freenet'. It won't work. Freesites will take ages to 
load (when they do) and you'll be damaging the netwrotk. Let freenet run as 
much as your computer runs, and if you don't have an always-up box, consider 
letting your computer run just for the sake of freenet. the more Freenet 
stays up, the better your node will work, and themore it will help the 
network.
> 
> 
> Back to configuration; as we said, you should set store size and max memory 
usage to higher values than the defaults.
> You may have done that when you went through the Freenet First.time Wizard, 
but if you kept the defaults your store size and memory usage are very low 
because the defaults must work for everyone including users running on a 
junkware boxes in countries where they don't consider 700MhZ and 256MB RAM a 
low-end machine.
> 
> The values are different according to your box and the usage you make of it, 
but the rule of is 'the more the better'. See how much HDD space you can 
dedicate to Freenet and set your store size to that; some have dedicated 
Freenet disks 500GB or 1TB in size, others have 250+ GB freenet stores, but 
50GB is already fairly good. Remember than the bigger the store the better 
your node will work, because more stuff will be cached (encrypted) locally 
and will be fetched way more quickly when request it.
> 
> As for max memory usage, you can set this even higher than can afford in 
theory, becuse freenet won't allocate all the memory you give to it. High max 
mem values are needed in my experience because mem usage will peak sometimes 
and if it tries to use more memory than it's allowed to use, the node may 
crash.
> Those who operate machnes with 3 or more GB of RAM are known to set max 
memory usage up to 2GB.
> My node runs on box that only has 1GB of RAM, Freenet is set to use max 
770MB of it, and the node works pretty well.
> 
> I used to run nodes on virtual machines with max memory usage set to 256MB 
and they worked pretty well as long as I didn't queue too many or too large 
files for download/upload; therefore, if you are limited by the physical 
memory installed on your box, (for instance you can't set max mem. usage to 
anything higher than 256 or even 128MB) you will have to run few 
downloads/uploads at a time (wait for them to complete, then add more). 
Remember it's not the number of files, it's the total size.
> 
> Bandwidth usage settings are kind of relative. If you have a good connection 
(10MB+ high upload BW) you can set your bandwidth usage as high as your total 
bandwidth and freenet will never use but a fraction of that, but if your 
connection is medium-low, you'll need to limit freenet BW usage. In my 
experience trying to help new users get started, I've seen that the 
difference between upload and download bandwidth may be a problem. ISP' 
tout "high speed connections" without ever mentioning anything about upload 
bandwidth.
> 
> As an example, a connection that the ISP refers to as '12Mbit/s' never does 
what the ISP says it should: first of all 12MB/s (1.5MB/s) is a nominal 
value, the actual bandwidth rarely exceeds 2/3 of the nominal value stated by 
ISP (more often half of it), and most importnat, the higghly publicized 
12Mbit/s is only the download bandwidth. They never say anything about upload 
speed. If you're lucky you have 2Mbit/s but ,more often 1Mbit/s fot 'high 
speed' connections and 512 or 256 Kbit/s for medium range connections.
> 
> So, the point is, find out what your -upload- stream in KB/s is (find out 
what your ISP say your upstream is, then divide by 8 to get bytes; ISP's 
always talk about bits). Decide how much bandwidth you can afford to give 
freenet in upload and set that value under max bandwidth usage in config 
page. As for download bandwidth you may want to keep the defult -1, meaning 
4x the upstream. If you are one of 

Re: [freenet-support] (no subject)

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

snip


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

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

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

But first lets talk about uptime quickly: Freenet needs to sun as much as 
possible. The optimal would be to let it run 24/7, but morning to night every 
day is also fairly good. What you DON'T want to do is 'start freenet -  visit 
freesite - shut down freenet'. It won't work. Freesites will take ages to load 
(when they do) and you'll be damaging the netwrotk. Let freenet run as much as 
your computer runs, and if you don't have an always-up box, consider letting 
your computer run just for the sake of freenet. the more Freenet stays up, the 
better your node will work, and themore it will help the network.


Back to configuration; as we said, you should set store size and max memory 
usage to higher values than the defaults.
You may have done that when you went through the Freenet First.time Wizard, but 
if you kept the defaults your store size and memory usage are very low because 
the defaults must work for everyone including users running on a junkware boxes 
in countries where they don't consider 700MhZ and 256MB RAM a low-end machine.

The values are different according to your box and the usage you make of it, 
but the rule of is 'the more the better'. See how much HDD space you can 
dedicate to Freenet and set your store size to that; some have dedicated 
Freenet disks 500GB or 1TB in size, others have 250+ GB freenet stores, but 
50GB is already fairly good. Remember than the bigger the store the better your 
node will work, because more stuff will be cached (encrypted) locally and will 
be fetched way more quickly when request it.

As for max memory usage, you can set this even higher than can afford in 
theory, becuse freenet won't allocate all the memory you give to it. High max 
mem values are needed in my experience because mem usage will peak sometimes 
and if it tries to use more memory than it's allowed to use, the node may crash.
Those who operate machnes with 3 or more GB of RAM are known to set max memory 
usage up to 2GB.
My node runs on box that only has 1GB of RAM, Freenet is set to use max 770MB 
of it, and the node works pretty well.

I used to run nodes on virtual machines with max memory usage set to 256MB and 
they worked pretty well as long as I didn't queue too many or too large files 
for download/upload; therefore, if you are limited by the physical memory 
installed on your box, (for instance you can't set max mem. usage to anything 
higher than 256 or even 128MB) you will have to run few downloads/uploads at a 
time (wait for them to complete, then add more). Remember it's not the number 
of files, it's the total size.

Bandwidth usage settings are kind of relative. If you have a good connection 
(10MB+ high upload BW) you can set your bandwidth usage as high as your total 
bandwidth and freenet will never use but a fraction of that, but if your 
connection is medium-low, you'll need to limit freenet BW usage. In my 
experience trying to help new users get started, I've seen that the difference 
between upload and download bandwidth may be a problem. ISP' tout high speed 
connections without ever mentioning anything about upload bandwidth.

As an example, a connection that the ISP refers to as '12Mbit/s' never does 
what the ISP says it should: first of all 12MB/s (1.5MB/s) is a nominal value, 
the actual bandwidth rarely exceeds 2/3 of the nominal value stated by ISP 
(more often half of it), and most importnat, the higghly publicized 12Mbit/s is 
only the download bandwidth. They never say anything about upload speed. If 
you're lucky you have 2Mbit/s but ,more often 1Mbit/s fot 'high speed' 
connections and 512 or 256 Kbit/s for medium range connections.

So, the point is, find out what your -upload- stream in KB/s is (find out what 
your ISP say your upstream is, then divide by 8 to get bytes; ISP's always talk 
about bits). Decide how much bandwidth you can afford to give freenet in upload 
and set that value under max bandwidth usage in config page. As for download 
bandwidth you may want to keep the defult -1, meaning 4x the upstream. If you 
are one of the few lucky that have high upload bandwidths (as high as 
download), you may want to set the same value for both upload and download.


 I am totally new in this subject and all my real-world-friends are no-techies 
 and no-nerds, 

Re: [freenet-support] (no subject)

2008-11-18 Thread Matthew Toseland
Please, when replying to newbies, CC them, because they're often not 
subscribed to the list. I've bounced your message to the poster.

On Tuesday 18 November 2008 12:26, Luke771 wrote:
 On Sat, 15 Nov 2008 23:42:11 + (GMT)
 Markus Hahn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
 snip
 
 
 Sorry if I explain things that you know already, but I don't know what your 
general competence level is, so I'll assume you know very little, just in 
case (and it may be useful for someone else, too)
 
  I am able to reach and open some of the sites I want to, but frequently I 
get the message that a site seems to be unreachable, sometimes concerning a 
site that opens some minutes later.
 
 This is expected on a newly estabilshed node. The first thing to do to get a 
new node to work better is to set the max store size and max memory usage 
(both in your config page at http://localhost:/config).
 
 But first lets talk about uptime quickly: Freenet needs to sun as much as 
possible. The optimal would be to let it run 24/7, but morning to night every 
day is also fairly good. What you DON'T want to do is 'start freenet -  visit 
freesite - shut down freenet'. It won't work. Freesites will take ages to 
load (when they do) and you'll be damaging the netwrotk. Let freenet run as 
much as your computer runs, and if you don't have an always-up box, consider 
letting your computer run just for the sake of freenet. the more Freenet 
stays up, the better your node will work, and themore it will help the 
network.
 
 
 Back to configuration; as we said, you should set store size and max memory 
usage to higher values than the defaults.
 You may have done that when you went through the Freenet First.time Wizard, 
but if you kept the defaults your store size and memory usage are very low 
because the defaults must work for everyone including users running on a 
junkware boxes in countries where they don't consider 700MhZ and 256MB RAM a 
low-end machine.
 
 The values are different according to your box and the usage you make of it, 
but the rule of is 'the more the better'. See how much HDD space you can 
dedicate to Freenet and set your store size to that; some have dedicated 
Freenet disks 500GB or 1TB in size, others have 250+ GB freenet stores, but 
50GB is already fairly good. Remember than the bigger the store the better 
your node will work, because more stuff will be cached (encrypted) locally 
and will be fetched way more quickly when request it.
 
 As for max memory usage, you can set this even higher than can afford in 
theory, becuse freenet won't allocate all the memory you give to it. High max 
mem values are needed in my experience because mem usage will peak sometimes 
and if it tries to use more memory than it's allowed to use, the node may 
crash.
 Those who operate machnes with 3 or more GB of RAM are known to set max 
memory usage up to 2GB.
 My node runs on box that only has 1GB of RAM, Freenet is set to use max 
770MB of it, and the node works pretty well.
 
 I used to run nodes on virtual machines with max memory usage set to 256MB 
and they worked pretty well as long as I didn't queue too many or too large 
files for download/upload; therefore, if you are limited by the physical 
memory installed on your box, (for instance you can't set max mem. usage to 
anything higher than 256 or even 128MB) you will have to run few 
downloads/uploads at a time (wait for them to complete, then add more). 
Remember it's not the number of files, it's the total size.
 
 Bandwidth usage settings are kind of relative. If you have a good connection 
(10MB+ high upload BW) you can set your bandwidth usage as high as your total 
bandwidth and freenet will never use but a fraction of that, but if your 
connection is medium-low, you'll need to limit freenet BW usage. In my 
experience trying to help new users get started, I've seen that the 
difference between upload and download bandwidth may be a problem. ISP' 
tout high speed connections without ever mentioning anything about upload 
bandwidth.
 
 As an example, a connection that the ISP refers to as '12Mbit/s' never does 
what the ISP says it should: first of all 12MB/s (1.5MB/s) is a nominal 
value, the actual bandwidth rarely exceeds 2/3 of the nominal value stated by 
ISP (more often half of it), and most importnat, the higghly publicized 
12Mbit/s is only the download bandwidth. They never say anything about upload 
speed. If you're lucky you have 2Mbit/s but ,more often 1Mbit/s fot 'high 
speed' connections and 512 or 256 Kbit/s for medium range connections.
 
 So, the point is, find out what your -upload- stream in KB/s is (find out 
what your ISP say your upstream is, then divide by 8 to get bytes; ISP's 
always talk about bits). Decide how much bandwidth you can afford to give 
freenet in upload and set that value under max bandwidth usage in config 
page. As for download bandwidth you may want to keep the defult -1, meaning 
4x the upstream. If you are one of the few lucky 

Re: [freenet-support] (no subject)

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

 snip


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

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

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

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

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

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

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2008-11-17 Thread Peter J.
On Monday 17 November 2008 20:27:13 Peter J. wrote:
> On Saturday 15 November 2008 18:37:20 Matthew Toseland wrote:
> > Correct. This should go away after 1178 is mandatory on Sunday, provided
> > you restart your node at that point. However, the trend so far suggests
> > that it won't go away and is still present. :< In any case we need to be
> > told if it happens after Sunday.
>
> 
>
> Ok Matthew,
>
> Seems to be still there even with version 1179.
>
> 11 of your peers are having severe problems (not acknowledging packets even
> after 10 minutes). This is probably due to a bug in the code. Please report
> it to us at the bug tracker at https://bugs.freenetproject.org/ or at
> support at freenetproject.org. Please include this message and what version of
> the node you are running. The affected peers (you may not want to include
> this in your bug report if they are darknet peers) are:
> 70.72.215.120:40858
> 212.202.31.3:43592
> 217.196.213.98:24330
> 88.175.66.28:52590
> 87.179.226.176:50173
> 217.153.12.122:50554
> 212.75.37.89:53150
> 85.229.124.96:13598
> 96.250.239.134:64676
> 86.54.216.133:53061
> 79.202.89.5:39002
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2008-11-17 Thread Peter J.
On Saturday 15 November 2008 18:37:20 Matthew Toseland wrote:
> Correct. This should go away after 1178 is mandatory on Sunday, provided
> you restart your node at that point. However, the trend so far suggests
> that it won't go away and is still present. :< In any case we need to be
> told if it happens after Sunday.
>



Ok Matthew, 

Seems to be still there even with version 1179.

11 of your peers are having severe problems (not acknowledging packets even 
after 10 minutes). This is probably due to a bug in the code. Please report 
it to us at the bug tracker at https://bugs.freenetproject.org/ or at 
support at freenetproject.org. Please include this message and what version of 
the node you are running. The affected peers (you may not want to include 
this in your bug report if they are darknet peers) are:
70.72.215.120:40858
212.202.31.3:43592
217.196.213.98:24330
88.175.66.28:52590
87.179.226.176:50173
217.153.12.122:50554
212.75.37.89:53150
85.229.124.96:13598
96.250.239.134:64676
86.54.216.133:53061
79.202.89.5:39002




[freenet-support] (no subject)

2008-11-17 Thread Markus Hahn
Dear Supporters,

I am a total newbie in freenet. Every time I start freenet I get the alert that 
my node lies behind a NAT-device or a Firewall and that I should forward my 
port-Number 11833. After some discovery-attempts in the administration tool of 
my router I found out that there is actually a firewall running. 
I am able to reach and open some of the sites I want to, but frequently I get 
the message that a site seems to be unreachable, sometimes concerning a site 
that opens some minutes later.
I am totally new in this subject and all my real-world-friends are no-techies 
and no-nerds, so I still have no firends in the sense of trustworthy nodes to 
connect with or in the sense of darknet-members. Might this be the reason why 
some sites are closed for me?
Should I try to manipulate the router in order to forward or should I turn 
off the firewall?
Or is freenet running properly and the seemingly closed doors seem so due to 
the restrictions a newbie in darknet with a fresh node has to come around with?


Thank you a lot for the support


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Re: [freenet-support] (no subject)

2008-11-17 Thread Peter J.
On Saturday 15 November 2008 18:37:20 Matthew Toseland wrote:
 Correct. This should go away after 1178 is mandatory on Sunday, provided
 you restart your node at that point. However, the trend so far suggests
 that it won't go away and is still present. : In any case we need to be
 told if it happens after Sunday.


snip

Ok Matthew, 

Seems to be still there even with version 1179.

11 of your peers are having severe problems (not acknowledging packets even 
after 10 minutes). This is probably due to a bug in the code. Please report 
it to us at the bug tracker at https://bugs.freenetproject.org/ or at 
[EMAIL PROTECTED] Please include this message and what version of 
the node you are running. The affected peers (you may not want to include 
this in your bug report if they are darknet peers) are:
70.72.215.120:40858
212.202.31.3:43592
217.196.213.98:24330
88.175.66.28:52590
87.179.226.176:50173
217.153.12.122:50554
212.75.37.89:53150
85.229.124.96:13598
96.250.239.134:64676
86.54.216.133:53061
79.202.89.5:39002

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Re: [freenet-support] (no subject)

2008-11-17 Thread Peter J.
On Monday 17 November 2008 20:27:13 Peter J. wrote:
 On Saturday 15 November 2008 18:37:20 Matthew Toseland wrote:
  Correct. This should go away after 1178 is mandatory on Sunday, provided
  you restart your node at that point. However, the trend so far suggests
  that it won't go away and is still present. : In any case we need to be
  told if it happens after Sunday.

 snip

 Ok Matthew,

 Seems to be still there even with version 1179.

 11 of your peers are having severe problems (not acknowledging packets even
 after 10 minutes). This is probably due to a bug in the code. Please report
 it to us at the bug tracker at https://bugs.freenetproject.org/ or at
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] Please include this message and what version of
 the node you are running. The affected peers (you may not want to include
 this in your bug report if they are darknet peers) are:
 70.72.215.120:40858
 212.202.31.3:43592
 217.196.213.98:24330
 88.175.66.28:52590
 87.179.226.176:50173
 217.153.12.122:50554
 212.75.37.89:53150
 85.229.124.96:13598
 96.250.239.134:64676
 86.54.216.133:53061
 79.202.89.5:39002

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2008-11-15 Thread Markus Hahn
Dear Supporters,

I am a total newbie in freenet. Every time I start freenet I get the alert that 
my node lies behind a NAT-device or a Firewall and that I should forward my 
port-Number 11833. After some discovery-attempts in the administration tool of 
my router I found out that there is actually a firewall running. 
I am able to reach and open some of the sites I want to, but frequently I get 
the message that a site seems to be unreachable, sometimes concerning a site 
that opens some minutes later.
I am totally new in this subject and all my real-world-friends are no-techies 
and no-nerds, so I still have no "firends" in the sense of trustworthy nodes to 
connect with or in the sense of darknet-members. Might this be the reason why 
some sites are closed for me?
Should I try to manipulate the router in order to "forward" or should I turn 
off the firewall?
Or is freenet running properly and the seemingly closed doors seem so due to 
the restrictions a newbie in darknet with a fresh node has to come around with?


Thank you a lot for the support



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2008-11-15 Thread Matthew Toseland
Correct. This should go away after 1178 is mandatory on Sunday, provided you 
restart your node at that point. However, the trend so far suggests that it 
won't go away and is still present. :< In any case we need to be told if it 
happens after Sunday.

On Saturday 15 November 2008 08:54, Peter J. wrote:
> On Saturday 15 November 2008 09:48:26 Peter J. wrote:
> > On Saturday 15 November 2008 01:05:57 Mike Cook wrote:
> > > 2 of your peers are having severe problems (not acknowledging packets
> > > even after 10 minutes). This is probably due to a bug in the code. 
Please
> > > report it to us at the bug tracker at https://bugs.freenetproject.org/ 
or
> > > at support at freenetproject.org. Please include this message and what
> > > version of the node you are running. The affected peers (you may not 
want
> > > to include this in your bug report if they are darknet peers) are:
> > >
> > >
> > > My Node
> > >  * Freenet 0.7 Build #1178 r23592M
> > >  * Freenet-ext Build #24 r23199
> >
> > 
> >
> > Got the same message with the same build of freenet. But I've got 4 peers
> > reported to have severe problems.
> 
> 
> 
> Ok I didn't read the other new messages on the list before I read this one. 
So 
> it is to be expected that this message is gone after Sunday when the new 
> version of freenet is mandatory? 
> 
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2008-11-15 Thread Peter J.
On Saturday 15 November 2008 09:48:26 Peter J. wrote:
> On Saturday 15 November 2008 01:05:57 Mike Cook wrote:
> > 2 of your peers are having severe problems (not acknowledging packets
> > even after 10 minutes). This is probably due to a bug in the code. Please
> > report it to us at the bug tracker at https://bugs.freenetproject.org/ or
> > at support at freenetproject.org. Please include this message and what
> > version of the node you are running. The affected peers (you may not want
> > to include this in your bug report if they are darknet peers) are:
> >
> >
> > My Node
> >  * Freenet 0.7 Build #1178 r23592M
> >  * Freenet-ext Build #24 r23199
>
> 
>
> Got the same message with the same build of freenet. But I've got 4 peers
> reported to have severe problems.



Ok I didn't read the other new messages on the list before I read this one. So 
it is to be expected that this message is gone after Sunday when the new 
version of freenet is mandatory? 





[freenet-support] (no subject)

2008-11-15 Thread Peter J.
On Saturday 15 November 2008 01:05:57 Mike Cook wrote:
> 2 of your peers are having severe problems (not acknowledging packets even
> after 10 minutes). This is probably due to a bug in the code. Please report
> it to us at the bug tracker at https://bugs.freenetproject.org/ or at
> support at freenetproject.org. Please include this message and what version of
> the node you are running. The affected peers (you may not want to include
> this in your bug report if they are darknet peers) are:
>
>
> My Node
>  * Freenet 0.7 Build #1178 r23592M
>  * Freenet-ext Build #24 r23199
>


Got the same message with the same build of freenet. But I've got 4 peers 
reported to have severe problems.



[freenet-support] (no subject)

2008-11-15 Thread Mike Cook
2 of your peers are having severe problems (not acknowledging packets even 
after 10 minutes). This is probably due to a bug in the code. Please report it 
to us at the bug tracker at https://bugs.freenetproject.org/ or at support at 
freenetproject.org. Please include this message and what version of the node 
you are running. The affected peers (you may not want to include this in your 
bug report if they are darknet peers) are:


My Node
 * Freenet 0.7 Build #1178 r23592M
 * Freenet-ext Build #24 r23199




Re: [freenet-support] (no subject)

2008-11-15 Thread Peter J.
On Saturday 15 November 2008 01:05:57 Mike Cook wrote:
 2 of your peers are having severe problems (not acknowledging packets even
 after 10 minutes). This is probably due to a bug in the code. Please report
 it to us at the bug tracker at https://bugs.freenetproject.org/ or at
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] Please include this message and what version of
 the node you are running. The affected peers (you may not want to include
 this in your bug report if they are darknet peers) are:


 My Node
  * Freenet 0.7 Build #1178 r23592M
  * Freenet-ext Build #24 r23199

snip sig

Got the same message with the same build of freenet. But I've got 4 peers 
reported to have severe problems.
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2008-11-15 Thread Peter J.
On Saturday 15 November 2008 09:48:26 Peter J. wrote:
 On Saturday 15 November 2008 01:05:57 Mike Cook wrote:
  2 of your peers are having severe problems (not acknowledging packets
  even after 10 minutes). This is probably due to a bug in the code. Please
  report it to us at the bug tracker at https://bugs.freenetproject.org/ or
  at [EMAIL PROTECTED] Please include this message and what
  version of the node you are running. The affected peers (you may not want
  to include this in your bug report if they are darknet peers) are:
 
 
  My Node
   * Freenet 0.7 Build #1178 r23592M
   * Freenet-ext Build #24 r23199

 snip sig

 Got the same message with the same build of freenet. But I've got 4 peers
 reported to have severe problems.

snip sig

Ok I didn't read the other new messages on the list before I read this one. So 
it is to be expected that this message is gone after Sunday when the new 
version of freenet is mandatory? 


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Re: [freenet-support] (no subject)

2008-11-15 Thread Matthew Toseland
Correct. This should go away after 1178 is mandatory on Sunday, provided you 
restart your node at that point. However, the trend so far suggests that it 
won't go away and is still present. : In any case we need to be told if it 
happens after Sunday.

On Saturday 15 November 2008 08:54, Peter J. wrote:
 On Saturday 15 November 2008 09:48:26 Peter J. wrote:
  On Saturday 15 November 2008 01:05:57 Mike Cook wrote:
   2 of your peers are having severe problems (not acknowledging packets
   even after 10 minutes). This is probably due to a bug in the code. 
Please
   report it to us at the bug tracker at https://bugs.freenetproject.org/ 
or
   at [EMAIL PROTECTED] Please include this message and what
   version of the node you are running. The affected peers (you may not 
want
   to include this in your bug report if they are darknet peers) are:
  
  
   My Node
* Freenet 0.7 Build #1178 r23592M
* Freenet-ext Build #24 r23199
 
  snip sig
 
  Got the same message with the same build of freenet. But I've got 4 peers
  reported to have severe problems.
 
 snip sig
 
 Ok I didn't read the other new messages on the list before I read this one. 
So 
 it is to be expected that this message is gone after Sunday when the new 
 version of freenet is mandatory? 
 
 
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2008-11-14 Thread Mike Cook
2 of your peers are having severe problems (not acknowledging packets even 
after 10 minutes). This is probably due to a bug in the code. Please report it 
to us at the bug tracker at https://bugs.freenetproject.org/ or at [EMAIL 
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At 04:46 PM 8/4/2008, Matthew Toseland wrote: On Sunday 03 August 2008 03:34, Hierophant wrote:   --- [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:snip   Cool. However I would point out that there is an entire industry   dedicated to reversing money anonymisation schemes.Yes, I'm aware of the eGold mess et alia.   eGold mess? Not aware of that one...What Chris Burge wrote. Indeed, eGold recently settled with the Feds. Quotingan anonymous wag from many years ago, it's pucker time for some eGold owners.snip ... Although Tor started as a US Naval Research  Laboratory project, it's totally open source now, and so any back doors would  arguably have been discovered. Perhaps one could hide code in other code via  encryption and steganography, but that seems unlikely.  Yeah, government/corporate involvement in such things can often be  entertaining and surprising. :)Indeed. FYI, http://www.fourmilab.ch/javascrypt/stego.html is cool.Hierophant[EMAIL PROTECTED]___
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2008-08-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Sunday 22 June 2008 03:56, Hierophant wrote:
> I've recently implemented a Freenet opennet node via XeroBank 2.0 
 and would appreciate comments, especially regarding 
performance and security.? XeroBank 2.0 is a commercial broadband descendant 
of Tor.? XeroBank is apparently incorporated in Panama.? Although XeroBank's 
website has short bios on its key staff, I have not found any information 
regarding its owners.
> 
> XeroBank access costs $35 per month for 75 Gb at ca. 1.5 Mb/sec download and 
ca. 0.5 Mb/sec upload.? Clients are assigned both access and deposit account 
numbers, and only deposit-account-to-access-account transactions are 
supposedly possible.? Also, payments to XeroBank are anonymized via Dalpay in 
Iceland, and so even deposit accounts are supposedly anonymous.? Multiple 
machines can access XeroBank simultaneously, and each machine (real and/or 
virtual) has a separate encrypted VPN channel to its network.? There are 
currently exit nodes in Canada and the Netherlands.? The IP of an exit node 
persists until the originating VPN channel terminates.
> 
> I've corresponded with Steve Topletz, one of XeroBank's technical 
consultants, and he's assured me that running a Freenet doesn't violate its 
terms of service unless doing so generates upstream complaints.? For those 
who don't know of Steve Topletz, he's a veteran of Cult of the Dead Cow and 
Hacktivismo, and was active in Tor development.? There are interviews with 
him on darkREADING , NowPublic 
 and the American Chronicle 
.
> 
> As I understand XeroBank, only entities capable of global correlation 
attacks can trace traffic between its entry and exit nodes.? Being a private 
network, XeroBank doesn't share Tor's key vulnerability to evil exit nodes.? 
According to XeroBank's Privacy Policy 
, it does not log IPs or activity 
unless there is evidence of malicious activity which violates its terms of 
service and/or human rights, or unless it's been compelled by "court orders 
of all applicable jurisdictions for all specific servers" (which are in 
multiple countries).
> 
> Lack of IP anonymity is the key vulnerability of Freenet in insecure mode, 
and even for darknets if they're compromised.? By running this node via 
XeroBank, none of my opennet peers knows my true IP.? And given that each 
machine connects via a separate VPN and has a distinct exit IP, I can run a 
second node that connects only to my opennet node, and use only that node for 
accessing Freenet.? As I understand Freenet, the activities of that draknet 
node would not be visible to any of my opennet peers.
> 
> I'm currently running my main node using Freenet 0.7 Build #1152 r20268 in a 
virtual Win XP SP2 machine on a PGP-encrypted partition, using Java Version 
1.6.0_06 and JVM Version 10.0-b22.? There's now a XeroBank 2.0 version of xB 
Machine, and I'll switch to that shortly.? The Win XP machine has one CPU, 1 
Gb memory and a 30 Gb hard disk.? The node has one CPU, 512 Mb memory, a 20 
Gb datastore and bandwidth limits of 50 Kbps output and 100 Kbps input.? The 
node has been up for over two days, and has generally had ca. 5-10 peers.? 
Output and input rates have generally been ca. 25-50 Kbps.
> 
> Freenet provides many other statistics, but I'm not going to dump them all 
here.? However, given that I do want help optimizing this node's performance, 
I'll be happy to provide whatever non-compromising information that's 
requested.
> 
> Hierophant
> hierophant at hell.com

Cool. However I would point out that there is an entire industry dedicated to 
reversing money anonymisation schemes.
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Re: [freenet-support] (no subject)

2008-08-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Sunday 22 June 2008 03:56, Hierophant wrote:
 I've recently implemented a Freenet opennet node via XeroBank 2.0 
http://xerobank.com and would appreciate comments, especially regarding 
performance and security.  XeroBank 2.0 is a commercial broadband descendant 
of Tor.  XeroBank is apparently incorporated in Panama.  Although XeroBank's 
website has short bios on its key staff, I have not found any information 
regarding its owners.
 
 XeroBank access costs $35 per month for 75 Gb at ca. 1.5 Mb/sec download and 
ca. 0.5 Mb/sec upload.  Clients are assigned both access and deposit account 
numbers, and only deposit-account-to-access-account transactions are 
supposedly possible.  Also, payments to XeroBank are anonymized via Dalpay in 
Iceland, and so even deposit accounts are supposedly anonymous.  Multiple 
machines can access XeroBank simultaneously, and each machine (real and/or 
virtual) has a separate encrypted VPN channel to its network.  There are 
currently exit nodes in Canada and the Netherlands.  The IP of an exit node 
persists until the originating VPN channel terminates.
 
 I've corresponded with Steve Topletz, one of XeroBank's technical 
consultants, and he's assured me that running a Freenet doesn't violate its 
terms of service unless doing so generates upstream complaints.  For those 
who don't know of Steve Topletz, he's a veteran of Cult of the Dead Cow and 
Hacktivismo, and was active in Tor development.  There are interviews with 
him on darkREADING http://tinyurl.com/6y6eju, NowPublic 
http://tinyurl.com/5donxb and the American Chronicle 
http://tinyurl.com/558ngj.
 
 As I understand XeroBank, only entities capable of global correlation 
attacks can trace traffic between its entry and exit nodes.  Being a private 
network, XeroBank doesn't share Tor's key vulnerability to evil exit nodes.  
According to XeroBank's Privacy Policy 
http://xerobank.com/privacy_policy.php, it does not log IPs or activity 
unless there is evidence of malicious activity which violates its terms of 
service and/or human rights, or unless it's been compelled by court orders 
of all applicable jurisdictions for all specific servers (which are in 
multiple countries).
 
 Lack of IP anonymity is the key vulnerability of Freenet in insecure mode, 
and even for darknets if they're compromised.  By running this node via 
XeroBank, none of my opennet peers knows my true IP.  And given that each 
machine connects via a separate VPN and has a distinct exit IP, I can run a 
second node that connects only to my opennet node, and use only that node for 
accessing Freenet.  As I understand Freenet, the activities of that draknet 
node would not be visible to any of my opennet peers.
 
 I'm currently running my main node using Freenet 0.7 Build #1152 r20268 in a 
virtual Win XP SP2 machine on a PGP-encrypted partition, using Java Version 
1.6.0_06 and JVM Version 10.0-b22.  There's now a XeroBank 2.0 version of xB 
Machine, and I'll switch to that shortly.  The Win XP machine has one CPU, 1 
Gb memory and a 30 Gb hard disk.  The node has one CPU, 512 Mb memory, a 20 
Gb datastore and bandwidth limits of 50 Kbps output and 100 Kbps input.  The 
node has been up for over two days, and has generally had ca. 5-10 peers.  
Output and input rates have generally been ca. 25-50 Kbps.
 
 Freenet provides many other statistics, but I'm not going to dump them all 
here.  However, given that I do want help optimizing this node's performance, 
I'll be happy to provide whatever non-compromising information that's 
requested.
 
 Hierophant
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Cool. However I would point out that there is an entire industry dedicated to 
reversing money anonymisation schemes.


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2008-06-21 Thread Hierophant
I've recently implemented a Freenet opennet node via XeroBank 2.0 http://xerobank.com and would appreciate comments, especially regarding performance and security. XeroBank 2.0 is a commercial broadband descendant of Tor. XeroBank is apparently incorporated in Panama. Although XeroBank's website has short bios on its key staff, I have not found any information regarding its owners.XeroBank access costs $35 per month for 75 Gb at ca. 1.5 Mb/sec download and ca. 0.5 Mb/sec upload. Clients are assigned both access and deposit account numbers, and only deposit-account-to-access-account transactions are supposedly possible. Also, payments to XeroBank are anonymized via Dalpay in Iceland, and so even deposit accounts are supposedly anonymous. Multiple machines can access XeroBank simultaneously, and each machine (real and/or virtual) has a separate encrypted VPN channel to its network. There are currently exit nodes in Canada and the Netherlands. The IP of an exit node persists until the originating VPN channel terminates.I've corresponded with Steve Topletz, one of XeroBank's technical consultants, and he's assured me that running a Freenet doesn't violate its terms of service unless doing so generates upstream complaints. For those who don't know of Steve Topletz, he's a veteran of Cult of the Dead Cow and Hacktivismo, and was active in Tor development. There are interviews with him on darkREADING http://tinyurl.com/6y6eju, NowPublic http://tinyurl.com/5donxb and the American Chronicle http://tinyurl.com/558ngj.As I understand XeroBank, only entities capable of global correlation attacks can trace traffic between its entry and exit nodes. Being a private network, XeroBank doesn't share Tor's key vulnerability to evil exit nodes. According to XeroBank's Privacy Policy http://xerobank.com/privacy_policy.php, it does not log IPs or activity unless there is evidence of malicious activity which violates its terms of service and/or human rights, or unless it's been compelled by "court orders of all applicable jurisdictions for all specific servers" (which are in multiple countries).Lack of IP anonymity is the key vulnerability of Freenet in insecure mode, and even for darknets if they're compromised. By running this node via XeroBank, none of my opennet peers knows my true IP. And given that each machine connects via a separate VPN and has a distinct exit IP, I can run a second node that connects only to my opennet node, and use only that node for accessing Freenet. As I understand Freenet, the activities of that draknet node would not be visible to any of my opennet peers.I'm currently running my main node using Freenet 0.7 Build #1152 r20268 in a virtual Win XP SP2 machine on a PGP-encrypted partition, using Java Version 1.6.0_06 and JVM Version 10.0-b22. There's now a XeroBank 2.0 version of xB Machine, and I'll switch to that shortly. The Win XP machine has one CPU, 1 Gb memory and a 30 Gb hard disk. The node has one CPU, 512 Mb memory, a 20 Gb datastore and bandwidth limits of 50 Kbps output and 100 Kbps input. The node has been up for over two days, and has generally had ca. 5-10 peers. Output and input rates have generally been ca. 25-50 Kbps.Freenet provides many other statistics, but I'm not going to dump them all here. However, given that I do want help optimizing this node's performance, I'll be happy to provide whatever non-compromising information that's requested.Hierophant[EMAIL PROTECTED]___
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2007-10-20 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Sunday 14 October 2007 18:22, Wendy Cooper wrote:
> 
> Please could you help me to uninstall freenet from my computer. the 
uninstaller is not working and I have followed the instructions by saving the 
code to Freenet's folder and run it but it hasn't worked.

Well what did it do if it didn't work?
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2007-10-20 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Tuesday 09 October 2007 08:58, shady waseef wrote:
> please how can i uninstall the free net from my pc .. i try many time to 
remove it and it's not work .. please tell me what is the wrong exuctly 

Please tell me what you did and what happened. You have tried to follow the 
instructions on the uninstall page? Did the node get installed in the first 
place?

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Please could you help me to uninstall freenet from my computer. the uninstaller 
is not working and I have followed the instructions by saving the code to 
Freenet's folder and run it but it hasn't worked.

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please how can i uninstall the free net from my pc .. i try many time to remove 
it and it's not work .. please tell me what is the wrong exuctly 
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2006-08-03 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Tue, Aug 01, 2006 at 10:56:41PM -0700, Isaac Karjala wrote:
> Does Freenet work with Dynamic IP's?

Yes, most people on Freenet have dynamic IPs. If you are behind a
router, you should consider forwarding the freenet UDP listen port
(FNP port number on /config/); this isn't strictly necessary but it will
help sometimes. Also some people use www.dyndns.com or similar services;
this again can help sometimes, but isn't really necessary, and
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2006-08-03 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Tue, Aug 01, 2006 at 10:56:41PM -0700, Isaac Karjala wrote:
 Does Freenet work with Dynamic IP's?

Yes, most people on Freenet have dynamic IPs. If you are behind a
router, you should consider forwarding the freenet UDP listen port
(FNP port number on /config/); this isn't strictly necessary but it will
help sometimes. Also some people use www.dyndns.com or similar services;
this again can help sometimes, but isn't really necessary, and
introduces a single point of attack (dyndns).
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2006-08-02 Thread Stefan Grönberg
yes

Isaac Karjala wrote:
> Does Freenet work with Dynamic IP's?
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2006-08-02 Thread Isaac Karjala
Does Freenet work with Dynamic IP's?
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2006-08-01 Thread Isaac Karjala
Does Freenet work with Dynamic IP's?



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2006-07-11 Thread Matthew Toseland
LOL. Seriously, yes you can. Install freenet 0.7, get some references
from #freenet-refs , then start up fproxy on http://127.0.0.1:/ and
click on Darknet Index to see what's available through Freenet's
internal web, and open up Frost to chat and exchange even more files.

Note that we do not endorse piracy in any shape or form, or any other
illegal activity. If you ask about files which are obviously illegal
when asking for technical support, you WILL NOT BE ABLE TO RECEIVE HELP
FROM PROJECT STAFF.

On Tue, Jul 11, 2006 at 12:51:41AM -0400, Evan Daniel wrote:
> Yes.
> 
> On 7/8/06, jiao lei  wrote:
> >
> >
> >Can I upload and download files from freenet?
> >
> >J
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2006-07-11 Thread Evan Daniel
Yes.

On 7/8/06, jiao lei  wrote:
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>
> Can I upload and download files from freenet?
>
> J
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2006-07-11 Thread Matthew Toseland
LOL. Seriously, yes you can. Install freenet 0.7, get some references
from #freenet-refs , then start up fproxy on http://127.0.0.1:/ and
click on Darknet Index to see what's available through Freenet's
internal web, and open up Frost to chat and exchange even more files.

Note that we do not endorse piracy in any shape or form, or any other
illegal activity. If you ask about files which are obviously illegal
when asking for technical support, you WILL NOT BE ABLE TO RECEIVE HELP
FROM PROJECT STAFF.

On Tue, Jul 11, 2006 at 12:51:41AM -0400, Evan Daniel wrote:
 Yes.
 
 On 7/8/06, jiao lei [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
 
 Can I upload and download files from freenet?
 
 J
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2006-07-10 Thread Evan Daniel

Yes.

On 7/8/06, jiao lei [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:



Can I upload and download files from freenet?

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2006-07-08 Thread jiao lei
Can I upload and download files from freenet?

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2006-07-08 Thread Matthew Toseland
Absolutely ANY service you use on the internet will at some point have
to see your IP address. This is how the internet works - in order for 2
peers to communicate they must know each other's IP addresses. Freenet
disguises a) the fact that you are using freenet, and b) what you are
doing on freenet (which files you are fetching or inserting).

On Fri, Jul 07, 2006 at 11:45:11PM +0200, jing bling wrote:
> If I was to be identified, could my IP address with a service provider match 
> that with an IP address in .07?.
> 
> - Original Message 
> From: Anonymous 
> To: gemma_h at eircom.net
> Cc: support at freenetproject.org
> Sent: Friday, 7 July, 2006 10:05:17 PM
> Subject: Re: [freenet-support] (No subject)
> 
> 
> You wrote:
> 
> > I am interested to know is free net so secure that a person cannot be
> > tracked by their IP address or email address?
> 
> Freenet is indeed very secure.  The most any attacker or snoop can 
> determine is that you are running a freenet node and even that is less 
> likely than ever with 0.7
> 
> As long as you use sensible, basic precautions to secure your machine 
> and do not insert material that contains clues to your identity then it 
> is absolutely not possible to determine WHAT you are inserting.
> 
> Check out Frost, it's message boards are forever full of people ranting 
> on about pedophiles and child porn.  While CP posters are vile, they do 
> server a function in freenet as much as many would like not to admit it.  
> 
> The fact that CP can be posted so freely in freenet means that it is 
> secure enough and anonymous enough to protect even vile people's 
> identity.
> 
> BTW- you don't have to support or approve of CP to be involved in 
> freenet, and your involvment says nothing about your stance on CP.  If 
> you don't like it, then don't support it by requesting any CP files or 
> sites.  The fewer people who request something, the more likely it'll 
> drop out of freenet.
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2006-07-08 Thread jing bling
If I was to be identified, could my IP address with a service provider match 
that with an IP address in .07?.


- Original Message 
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To: gemma_h at eircom.net
Cc: support at freenetproject.org
Sent: Friday, 7 July, 2006 10:05:17 PM
Subject: Re: [freenet-support] (No subject)


You wrote:

> I am interested to know is free net so secure that a person cannot be
> tracked by their IP address or email address?

Freenet is indeed very secure.  The most any attacker or snoop can 
determine is that you are running a freenet node and even that is less 
likely than ever with 0.7

As long as you use sensible, basic precautions to secure your machine 
and do not insert material that contains clues to your identity then it 
is absolutely not possible to determine WHAT you are inserting.

Check out Frost, it's message boards are forever full of people ranting 
on about pedophiles and child porn.  While CP posters are vile, they do 
server a function in freenet as much as many would like not to admit it.  

The fact that CP can be posted so freely in freenet means that it is 
secure enough and anonymous enough to protect even vile people's 
identity.

BTW- you don't have to support or approve of CP to be involved in 
freenet, and your involvment says nothing about your stance on CP.  If 
you don't like it, then don't support it by requesting any CP files or 
sites.  The fewer people who request something, the more likely it'll 
drop out of freenet.

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2006-07-08 Thread jiao lei
Can Iupload and downloadfilesfrom freenet?

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2006-07-07 Thread jing bling
Could my IP address with a service provider be matched with that with an IP 
address in .07?.

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2006-07-07 Thread Matthew Toseland
That depends on what you mean. The objective of freenet is that it be
very difficult for an attacker to determine who is posting, or reading,
a particular freesite or Frost post. Also freenet 0.7, if used properly,
makes it difficult for an attacker to discover that you are running a
freenet node. However you can only have this protection against
discovery, and protection from various attacks, if you use 0.7 as a
"darknet" i.e. you connect only to people you know/trust already. In any
case, you are more vulnerable to somebody whose node you are connected
to than to somebody you are not connected to.

Now, the present implementation does have weaknesses, as it is only an
alpha. However, that is our objective, and we have gone some way towards
it.

On Fri, Jul 07, 2006 at 08:25:44PM +0100, gemma_h at eircom.net wrote:
> I am interested to know is free net so secure that a person cannot be tracked 
> by their IP address or email address?
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2006-07-07 Thread jing bling
Can a computer or person be traced from freenet by its IP address or by emails 
from it. I am interested to know how secure freenet actually is.

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2006-07-07 Thread Anonymous
You wrote:

> I am interested to know is free net so secure that a person cannot be
> tracked by their IP address or email address?

Freenet is indeed very secure.  The most any attacker or snoop can 
determine is that you are running a freenet node and even that is less 
likely than ever with 0.7

As long as you use sensible, basic precautions to secure your machine 
and do not insert material that contains clues to your identity then it 
is absolutely not possible to determine WHAT you are inserting.

Check out Frost, it's message boards are forever full of people ranting 
on about pedophiles and child porn.  While CP posters are vile, they do 
server a function in freenet as much as many would like not to admit it.  

The fact that CP can be posted so freely in freenet means that it is 
secure enough and anonymous enough to protect even vile people's 
identity.

BTW- you don't have to support or approve of CP to be involved in 
freenet, and your involvment says nothing about your stance on CP.  If 
you don't like it, then don't support it by requesting any CP files or 
sites.  The fewer people who request something, the more likely it'll 
drop out of freenet.




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2006-07-07 Thread gemm...@eircom.net
I am interested to know is free net so secure that a person cannot be tracked 
by their IP address or email address?




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2006-07-07 Thread Matthew Toseland
That depends on what you mean. The objective of freenet is that it be
very difficult for an attacker to determine who is posting, or reading,
a particular freesite or Frost post. Also freenet 0.7, if used properly,
makes it difficult for an attacker to discover that you are running a
freenet node. However you can only have this protection against
discovery, and protection from various attacks, if you use 0.7 as a
darknet i.e. you connect only to people you know/trust already. In any
case, you are more vulnerable to somebody whose node you are connected
to than to somebody you are not connected to.

Now, the present implementation does have weaknesses, as it is only an
alpha. However, that is our objective, and we have gone some way towards
it.

On Fri, Jul 07, 2006 at 08:25:44PM +0100, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 I am interested to know is free net so secure that a person cannot be tracked 
 by their IP address or email address?
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Can a computer or person be traced from freenet by its IP address or by emails from it. I am interested to know how secure freenet actually is.

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2006-07-07 Thread Anonymous
You wrote:

 I am interested to know is free net so secure that a person cannot be
 tracked by their IP address or email address?

Freenet is indeed very secure.  The most any attacker or snoop can 
determine is that you are running a freenet node and even that is less 
likely than ever with 0.7

As long as you use sensible, basic precautions to secure your machine 
and do not insert material that contains clues to your identity then it 
is absolutely not possible to determine WHAT you are inserting.

Check out Frost, it's message boards are forever full of people ranting 
on about pedophiles and child porn.  While CP posters are vile, they do 
server a function in freenet as much as many would like not to admit it.  

The fact that CP can be posted so freely in freenet means that it is 
secure enough and anonymous enough to protect even vile people's 
identity.

BTW- you don't have to support or approve of CP to be involved in 
freenet, and your involvment says nothing about your stance on CP.  If 
you don't like it, then don't support it by requesting any CP files or 
sites.  The fewer people who request something, the more likely it'll 
drop out of freenet.

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2006-07-07 Thread jing bling
If I was to be identified, could my IP addresswith aservice provider match that with an IP address in .07?.
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You wrote: I am interested to know is free net so secure that a person cannot be tracked by their IP address or email address?Freenet is indeed very secure.The most any attacker or snoop can determine is that you are running a freenet node and even that is less likely than ever with 0.7As long as you use sensible, basic precautions to secure your machine and do not insert material that contains clues to your identity then it is absolutely not possible to determine WHAT you are inserting.Check out Frost, it's message boards are forever full of people ranting on about pedophiles and child porn.While CP posters are vile, they do server a function in freenet as much as many would like not to admit it.The fact that CP can be posted so freely in freenet means that it is secure enough and anonymous enough to protect even vile people's identity.BTW-
 you don't have to support or approve of CP to be involved in freenet, and your involvment says nothing about your stance on CP.If you don't like it, then don't support it by requesting any CP files or sites.The fewer people who request something, the more likely it'll drop out of freenet.___Support mailing listSupport@freenetproject.orghttp://news.gmane.org/gmane.network.freenet.supportUnsubscribe at http://emu.freenetproject.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/supportOr mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]___
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2006-07-07 Thread jing bling
Couldmy IP addresswith aservice provider be matched withthat with an IP address in .07?.

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Re: [freenet-support] (No subject)

2006-07-07 Thread Matthew Toseland
Absolutely ANY service you use on the internet will at some point have
to see your IP address. This is how the internet works - in order for 2
peers to communicate they must know each other's IP addresses. Freenet
disguises a) the fact that you are using freenet, and b) what you are
doing on freenet (which files you are fetching or inserting).

On Fri, Jul 07, 2006 at 11:45:11PM +0200, jing bling wrote:
 If I was to be identified, could my IP address with a service provider match 
 that with an IP address in .07?.
 
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 You wrote:
 
  I am interested to know is free net so secure that a person cannot be
  tracked by their IP address or email address?
 
 Freenet is indeed very secure.  The most any attacker or snoop can 
 determine is that you are running a freenet node and even that is less 
 likely than ever with 0.7
 
 As long as you use sensible, basic precautions to secure your machine 
 and do not insert material that contains clues to your identity then it 
 is absolutely not possible to determine WHAT you are inserting.
 
 Check out Frost, it's message boards are forever full of people ranting 
 on about pedophiles and child porn.  While CP posters are vile, they do 
 server a function in freenet as much as many would like not to admit it.  
 
 The fact that CP can be posted so freely in freenet means that it is 
 secure enough and anonymous enough to protect even vile people's 
 identity.
 
 BTW- you don't have to support or approve of CP to be involved in 
 freenet, and your involvment says nothing about your stance on CP.  If 
 you don't like it, then don't support it by requesting any CP files or 
 sites.  The fewer people who request something, the more likely it'll 
 drop out of freenet.
 
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2006-06-22 Thread zhang jiouliang
pl gave me a freenet.


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2006-06-06 Thread Jerome Flesch
> every time that i'm using the url irc.freenet it's asking me for a user
> name and password. how can i get / sign up for the username.
> thanks alot,
> Edo.
> ?
I don't know where you try to connect, but Freenet irc channels are on 
irc.freenode.net (and not irc.freenet) and their names are #freenet and 
#freenet-refs.


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2006-06-06 Thread EDO VILO
every time that i'm using the url irc.freenet it's asking me for a user name and password.
how can i get / sign up for the username.
thanks alot,
Edo.


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2006-06-06 Thread Jerome Flesch
 every time that i'm using the url irc.freenet it's asking me for a user
 name and password. how can i get / sign up for the username.
 thanks alot,
 Edo.
  
I don't know where you try to connect, but Freenet irc channels are on 
irc.freenode.net (and not irc.freenet) and their names are #freenet and 
#freenet-refs.


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2006-02-20 Thread n/a n/a



>From: "boyonedar" 
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>Date: Tue, 14 Feb 2006 10:06:56 -0500
>
>I downloaded freenet. I went to main page and sometimes I can get into
>links and other times it times out. When I can get into links and get
>to files it rarely get through download without timing out. any help
>here... Thanks
>boy


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2006-02-20 Thread boyonedar








I
downloaded freenet. I went to main page and sometimes I can get into 

links
and other times it times out. When I can get into links and get 

to
files it rarely get through download without timing out. any
help 

here...
Thanks

boy






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Date: Tue, 14 Feb 2006 10:06:56 -0500

I downloaded freenet. I went to main page and sometimes I can get into
links and other times it times out. When I can get into links and get
to files it rarely get through download without timing out. any help
here... Thanks
boy




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2006-02-14 Thread boyonedar
I downloaded freenet. I went to main page and sometimes I can get into 
links and other times it times out. When I can get into links and get 
to files it rarely get through download without timing out. any help 
here... Thanks
boy
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2006-01-30 Thread tophu14
hi, I'm having trouble getting set up to connect to freenet.

I can get on, and access my bookmarks, even access the index pages of the default bookmarks, but can't actually access the freesites on them.

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2006-01-27 Thread toph...@aim.com
hi, I'm having trouble getting set up to connect to freenet.

I can get on, and access my bookmarks, even access the index pages of the 
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2005-12-29 Thread Jens Chr. Lisner
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Hello,

I've recently set up a freenet node, but seem to have a problem which  
seems to be discussed several times in this list with no solution.
Freenet (build 5106 under Mac OS X) reports only three peers and no  
out- or inbound connections.
The suggested solution to update the seednodes.ref (13MB) file does  
not work.

Does anybody knows any other possible solution?

Many thanks in advance!


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2005-09-12 Thread Matthew Toseland
Details would be interesting. What is the average time a connection
lasts for? Are these connections from nodes which are in the routing
table? Normally we won't accept a new connection if many of our existing
connections are "new", and they remain that way for quite some time.

On Tue, Sep 06, 2005 at 03:20:51PM -0700, Vanessa wrote:
> I hope you will make the 0.7 version strong enough to not have a problem
> with massive number incoming connections. The i/o at muxing level (I
> have seen it, I will spare you my critique, it has given you enough
> trouble, I can see) in the current 5.something stable version is not
> able to stand against 60 incoming connection attempts per 90 seconds on
> average. I modded the node so that it is able to stand against it and
> get healthy connection lfe times. If you are interested in that mod you
> should let me know. Same goes for feeding FuqidOnSteroids the number of
> inbound and outbound connections (easy). ShitList is a bit harder and
> not complete yet and help would be appreciated.
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2005-09-12 Thread Vanessa
I hope you will make the 0.7 version strong enough to not have a problem
with massive number incoming connections. The i/o at muxing level (I
have seen it, I will spare you my critique, it has given you enough
trouble, I can see) in the current 5.something stable version is not
able to stand against 60 incoming connection attempts per 90 seconds on
average. I modded the node so that it is able to stand against it and
get healthy connection lfe times. If you are interested in that mod you
should let me know. Same goes for feeding FuqidOnSteroids the number of
inbound and outbound connections (easy). ShitList is a bit harder and
not complete yet and help would be appreciated.


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2005-09-12 Thread Matthew Toseland
Details would be interesting. What is the average time a connection
lasts for? Are these connections from nodes which are in the routing
table? Normally we won't accept a new connection if many of our existing
connections are new, and they remain that way for quite some time.

On Tue, Sep 06, 2005 at 03:20:51PM -0700, Vanessa wrote:
 I hope you will make the 0.7 version strong enough to not have a problem
 with massive number incoming connections. The i/o at muxing level (I
 have seen it, I will spare you my critique, it has given you enough
 trouble, I can see) in the current 5.something stable version is not
 able to stand against 60 incoming connection attempts per 90 seconds on
 average. I modded the node so that it is able to stand against it and
 get healthy connection lfe times. If you are interested in that mod you
 should let me know. Same goes for feeding FuqidOnSteroids the number of
 inbound and outbound connections (easy). ShitList is a bit harder and
 not complete yet and help would be appreciated.
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2005-09-06 Thread Vanessa
I hope you will make the 0.7 version strong enough to not have a problem
with massive number incoming connections. The i/o at muxing level (I
have seen it, I will spare you my critique, it has given you enough
trouble, I can see) in the current 5.something stable version is not
able to stand against 60 incoming connection attempts per 90 seconds on
average. I modded the node so that it is able to stand against it and
get healthy connection lfe times. If you are interested in that mod you
should let me know. Same goes for feeding FuqidOnSteroids the number of
inbound and outbound connections (easy). ShitList is a bit harder and
not complete yet and help would be appreciated.


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2004-08-18 Thread Wildcat.2001



Hi,
the freenet Deamon seems to work fine. but how can 
i get somethin to download??? I am not working as a node with no goods from that 
network. there is even no instruktion on your hompage how to install and so on. 

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