[freenet-support] adding cronjob shoud be optional

2008-09-21 Thread Luke771
On Fri, 19 Sep 2008 18:48:59 +0200 Pascal wrote: > Hi, freenet is a nice piece of software, the new installer is really > easy to use, but it tells nothing about whats going on. yes it does. Had you read the text that appeared on each step of the wizard instead of clicking your way straight

[freenet-support] adding cronjob shoud be optional

2008-09-21 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Friday 19 September 2008 17:48, Pascal wrote: > Hi, freenet is a nice piece of software, the new installer is really > easy to use, but it tells nothing about whats going on. I installed > freenet with the run.sh script, and after a restart of my old notebook > with 256 MB RAM installed I

Re: [freenet-support] adding cronjob shoud be optional

2008-09-20 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Friday 19 September 2008 17:48, Pascal wrote: Hi, freenet is a nice piece of software, the new installer is really easy to use, but it tells nothing about whats going on. I installed freenet with the run.sh script, and after a restart of my old notebook with 256 MB RAM installed I

Re: [freenet-support] adding cronjob shoud be optional

2008-09-20 Thread Luke771
On Fri, 19 Sep 2008 18:48:59 +0200 Pascal [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, freenet is a nice piece of software, the new installer is really easy to use, but it tells nothing about whats going on. yes it does. Had you read the text that appeared on each step of the wizard instead of clicking your

[freenet-support] adding cronjob shoud be optional

2008-09-19 Thread Pascal
Hi, freenet is a nice piece of software, the new installer is really easy to use, but it tells nothing about whats going on. I installed freenet with the run.sh script, and after a restart of my old notebook with 256 MB RAM installed I wondered why there was a java process, eating all the