[freenet-support] Re: Problem with the install

2005-10-21 Thread m0rtal frei
Hello Bob, Friday, October 21, 2005, 12:31:18 PM, you wrote: > By "run freenet from the command line" I meant open a command > prompt, change to where you 'installed' freenet and do : > java -Xmx150M -cp freenet.jar;freenet-ext.jar;%CLASSPATH% freenet.node.Main done, it's working... but

[freenet-support] Re: Problem with the install

2005-10-21 Thread Bob
m0rtal frei writes: > No way :( > First time, when I ran freenet.exe, it asked me to add a "path" to > flaunch.ini, that leads to javaw.exe. I did it, and now error pops: > > Java virtual machine launcher > Could not find the main class. Program will exit. > > I have the latest (I suppose)

[freenet-support] Re: Problem with the install

2005-10-21 Thread Bob
m0rtal frei [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: No way :( First time, when I ran freenet.exe, it asked me to add a path to flaunch.ini, that leads to javaw.exe. I did it, and now error pops: Java virtual machine launcher Could not find the main class. Program will exit. I have the latest (I

Re: [freenet-support] Re: Problem with the install

2005-10-21 Thread m0rtal frei
Hello Bob, Friday, October 21, 2005, 12:31:18 PM, you wrote: By run freenet from the command line I meant open a command prompt, change to where you 'installed' freenet and do : java -Xmx150M -cp freenet.jar;freenet-ext.jar;%CLASSPATH% freenet.node.Main done, it's working... but

[freenet-support] Re: Problem with the install

2005-10-20 Thread m0rtal frei
> It's possible to kludge around this error (copy all the "temporary" files > manually to your desired install location, run NodeConfig.exe to generate a > config, run freenet from the command line) but this is less than convenient > and > you would lose nice windows functionality like the system

[freenet-support] Re: Problem with the install

2005-10-20 Thread m0rtal frei
OK, let's go through this step by step. The installation directory is created (C:\Temp\freenet-install\), and there's two files inside: freenet.exe (56kB) and NodeConfig.exe (66kB). No signs of readme, freenet-ext.jar (but I still have it in my install dir though), freenet-latest.jar

Re: [freenet-support] Re: Problem with the install

2005-10-20 Thread m0rtal frei
OK, let's go through this step by step. The installation directory is created (C:\Temp\freenet-install\), and there's two files inside: freenet.exe (56kB) and NodeConfig.exe (66kB). No signs of readme, freenet-ext.jar (but I still have it in my install dir though), freenet-latest.jar

Re: [freenet-support] Re: Problem with the install

2005-10-20 Thread m0rtal frei
It's possible to kludge around this error (copy all the temporary files manually to your desired install location, run NodeConfig.exe to generate a config, run freenet from the command line) but this is less than convenient and you would lose nice windows functionality like the system tray

[freenet-support] Re: Problem with the install

2005-10-19 Thread Bob
m0rtal frei writes: > > Hi, fellas! > > I have a strange error during install process: after getting all > necessary files from hdd/inet, FreeNet install program shows: > > Unable to write a file to disk. Check that the disk is not full, or > write-protected, and that you have rights to

[freenet-support] Re: Problem with the install

2005-10-19 Thread Bob
m0rtal frei [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hi, fellas! I have a strange error during install process: after getting all necessary files from hdd/inet, FreeNet install program shows: Unable to write a file to disk. Check that the disk is not full, or write-protected, and that you have rights