Re: [freenet-support] Freenet on FreeBSD

2004-08-18 Thread evolution
Quoting S [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I have written a cronjob and some accompanying scripts, such that the cronjob runs once per minute, and ensures that Freenet is running, and if not, runs it, unless I had at some prior point manually run =2E/stop-freenet.sh, in which case the script realizes that

Re: [freenet-support] Freenet on FreeBSD

2004-08-13 Thread S
On Wed, 11 Aug 2004 15:48:37 -0400 Paul [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The binary on the server at the moment is a 1.3 vm. To get the 1.4 vm working you have to download the source and some binaries from sun's site, apply a patch from the bsd team, and then compile it. (all because of sun's

Re: [freenet-support] Freenet on FreeBSD

2004-08-13 Thread Paul
'linux_enable=YES' is enabled on the server. Like I said, it runs for a while and dies with one or two processes hogging all the avalible cpu time. What version of freebsd are you using? I did get it running by pointing the freenet scripts to the java vm loc. Anyway, I'm going to wait and see if

[freenet-support] Freenet on FreeBSD

2004-08-11 Thread Paul
I'm working on setting up a freenet node on a machine running FreeBSD 4.6. The java vm that is already installed (and is the most current version) is a java 1.3 vm. Sun does not release a vm for the BSDs. At the moment I'm planing on compiling the jdk from the source provided by sun with the

Re: [freenet-support] Freenet on FreeBSD

2004-08-11 Thread TLD
Paul wrote: I'm working on setting up a freenet node on a machine running FreeBSD 4.6. The java vm that is already installed (and is the most current version) is a java 1.3 vm. Sun does not release a vm for the BSDs. At You really need at last the (possibly latest) 1.4 jvm, sorry. Me, I use

Re: [freenet-support] Freenet on FreeBSD

2004-08-11 Thread Paul
The binary on the server at the moment is a 1.3 vm. To get the 1.4 vm working you have to download the source and some binaries from sun's site, apply a patch from the bsd team, and then compile it. (all because of sun's lisense) Sounds simple enough execpt compiling it requires a java vm. ~Paul

[freenet-support] Freenet on FreeBSD?

2002-05-23 Thread Kenneth Stailey
I am using freenet-20020522 on FreeBSD 4.6-RC via linux emulation. I can see the client port is active via lsof | grep : When I try to access: http://127.0.0.1:/SSK@h%7Eixmz11-tDOox9O1gQyjkzAUCcPAgM/fmb/5// via Mozilla 1.0-RC2 I get document contains no data. May 23, 2002 8:51:59 AM