Re: [freenet-support] installation

2014-07-10 Thread Matthew Toseland
On 07/07/14 23:14, Michael F. Huftile wrote:
 Every time I click on the install for Mac the page cycles, but never goes to 
 installation.
Try enabling Java Web Start first. I believe this is on some sort of
control panel / settings menu somewhere.

Also this might help:
http://freesocial.draketo.de/freenet-mac_en.html#OS



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[freenet-support] installation

2014-07-08 Thread Michael F. Huftile
Every time I click on the install for Mac the page cycles, but never goes to 
installation.
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Re: [freenet-support] installation

2014-07-08 Thread Bert Massop
On Tue, Jul 8, 2014 at 12:14 AM, Michael F. Huftile
michaelfhuft...@yahoo.com wrote:
 Every time I click on the install for Mac the page cycles, but never goes to 
 installation.

I assume you are trying to install Freenet by means of clicking the
big green Install for Mac button on the Freenet Project website.
Apparently, that does not work on your system. Lacking further
information, I cannot judge on why it does not work for you.

Please follow the (somewhat more advanced) installation instructions
at [1]. You might need to follow those for Linux/UNIX if those for Mac
don't work for your system.

— Bert

[1] https://freenetproject.org/download.html
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Re: [freenet-support] Installation Difficulties

2012-10-09 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Wednesday 03 Oct 2012 23:37:04 Seth Roberts wrote:
 Hi, 
 I have been having trouble installing Freenet on my Mac.
 
 I have Mac OS X 10.6.8 with a  2.4GHz Intel Core 2Duo Processor
 
 I tried installing, but came across a few problems detailed in the attached 
 screenshots.

I have no idea what the problem is, but have forwarded this to our mac expert.


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[freenet-support] Installation Difficulties

2012-10-04 Thread Seth Roberts
Hi, 
I have been having trouble installing Freenet on my Mac.

I have Mac OS X 10.6.8 with a  2.4GHz Intel Core 2Duo Processor

I tried installing, but came across a few problems detailed in the attached 
screenshots.


Thank you for your reply!
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Re: [freenet-support] installation cant be started

2011-04-19 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Saturday 16 Apr 2011 14:38:56 happy slapper wrote:
 i have installed the latest jre and freenet installer is still saying i dont
 have java, i use win7 x64.
 is it possible you could release a version which skips the java check?
 
No, java is required to install Freenet. Dunno what your problem is, can you 
give any more information?

CC'ed our windows expert.


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[freenet-support] installation cant be started

2011-04-16 Thread happy slapper
i have installed the latest jre and freenet installer is still saying i dont
have java, i use win7 x64.
is it possible you could release a version which skips the java check?
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[freenet-support] installation problem

2010-10-16 Thread Al Deady
Re: FreenetProject



I downloaded FreenetProject.org build 1280 and got the following window
message



Freenet Starter was unable to control the Freenet system service

Reason: Service did not respond to signal



Previously if I was unable to connect, I was able to click on a beta version
that worked properly.  In build 1280 this option does not exist.



What must I do to enable Freenet  to work properly.



Windows XP home

IE  version  7.0



Thank you
al.de...@gmail.com
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Re: [freenet-support] Installation Failed

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Friday 15 January 2010 03:25:22 Alan Smith wrote:
 I tried Installing Twice and got the same error. See attachment.
 
 Alan Smith

Sorry, this is a known problem, but it is hard to fix as we are unable to 
reproduce it on demand. Could you please tell us:
- What OS exactly you were running it on - 32-bit, 64-bit, Vista, etc?
- Send us your wrapper.log (in the directory you tried to install Freenet to).
- If possible, check the permissions on that dir - does Local Service have 
access to it?


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Re: [freenet-support] installation

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Saturday 28 November 2009 22:10:32 PAUL wrote:
 Hi I've downloaded freenet and its in my program folder but it didn't start
 or install icons on the desktop or into the system tray.

Sorry it took so long to get back to you!
 
 I cannot get it to start and cannot find an uninstall command to attempt a
 reinstall any suggestions please

You can uninstall Freenet from Control Panel in Add/Remove Programs.

Please try reinstalling after that. It's possible that whatever broke might be 
fixed now. Please let us know either way. If it doesn't work, please tell us 
exactly what happens - maybe send a screenshot.
 
 Ps I'm not a computer wiz so may have missed something obvious
 
 Thanks 


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Re: [freenet-support] installation

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Saturday 28 November 2009 00:20:32 T wrote:
 Read FAQs, can't find help.
 
 Clicked link to install freenet. Both times it ran Toshiba upgrade asst. 
 Neither time did it appear to install freenet. I see nothing in browser, 
 desktop or program menu. Clues?

You have some really perverse annoying software on your laptop. Have you tried 
recently? Try this direct link:
http://freenet.googlecode.com/files/FreenetInstaller-1244.exe

Thanks for trying Freenet, and sorry it took so long to get back to you!


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Re: [freenet-support] Installation Failed

2010-01-25 Thread Evan Daniel
On Thu, Jan 14, 2010 at 10:25 PM, Alan Smith smit...@shaw.ca wrote:
 I tried Installing Twice and got the same error. See attachment.

What version of windows are you running, precisely?  64- or 32-bit?
What JVM and version?  Are you running any antivirus software?

Evan Daniel
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[freenet-support] Installation Failed

2010-01-14 Thread Alan Smith
I tried Installing Twice and got the same error. See attachment.



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[freenet-support] installation

2010-01-08 Thread T
Read FAQs, can't find help.

Clicked link to install freenet. Both times it ran Toshiba upgrade asst. 
Neither time did it appear to install freenet. I see nothing in browser, 
desktop or program menu. Clues?

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[freenet-support] installation

2010-01-08 Thread PAUL
Hi I've downloaded freenet and its in my program folder but it didn't start
or install icons on the desktop or into the system tray.

I cannot get it to start and cannot find an uninstall command to attempt a
reinstall any suggestions please

Ps I'm not a computer wiz so may have missed something obvious

Thanks 

 

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[freenet-support] installation question

2010-01-08 Thread chris . a . whiteman
Hi, I just installed Freenet and every time I open it, it opens in Firefox.  
I use both Firefox and Chrome and the install said it would open in Chrome  
incognito, how do I make Freenet default to Incognito instead of Firefox on  
launching? Thanks, Chris
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Re: [freenet-support] installation

2009-09-21 Thread Luke771
John Baxter wrote:
 yes, I dont want this program anymore. how do I uninstall it? please 
 respond soon
On Windows:  control panel = add/remove programs

On Mac, Ubuntu, and other Unix-based systems: There should be an 
uninstaller  program that uses the 'next-next-next-finish' procedure, 
stored in a sub-directory of .../freenet/, called 'uninstaller'.
If you dont find the uninstaller (e.g. if it wasnt included when you 
installed Freenet), you can just remove the whole Freenet directory.

Just out of curiosity, may I ask why you're uninstalling?
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Re: [freenet-support] installation

2009-09-18 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Thursday 17 September 2009 16:09:24 John Baxter wrote:
 yes, I dont want this program anymore. how do I uninstall it? please 
 respond soon

You might try the uninstaller?


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[freenet-support] installation

2009-09-17 Thread John Baxter
yes, I dont want this program anymore. how do I uninstall it? please 
respond soon
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Re: [freenet-support] installation

2009-09-17 Thread bqz69
On Thursday 17 September 2009 17.09.24 John Baxter wrote:
 yes, I dont want this program anymore. how do I uninstall it? please
 respond soon
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[freenet-support] installation

2009-01-29 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Wednesday 28 January 2009 19:09, Joseph Schultz wrote:
>   I think I installed FreeNet, but when I go to the site listed I get  
> the following message:
> 
> 
> 
> Safari can?t connect to the server.
> 
> Safari can?t open the page ?http://127.0.0.1:/wizard/? because it  
> could not connect to the server ?127.0.0.1?.

Is Safari set to use a proxy? That's the first thing to check. You should be 
able to tell it to not use the proxy for 127.0.0.1. If that is not the 
problem, then find the directory you installed Freenet to. Is there a 
wrapper.log file? If so, please send me it, it should help to debug this... 
If not, please let me know, and I suggest you run "run.sh start" in that 
directory (from a command line e.g.).
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[freenet-support] installation

2009-01-28 Thread Joseph Schultz
  I think I installed FreeNet, but when I go to the site listed I get  
the following message:



Safari can?t connect to the server.

Safari can?t open the page ?http://127.0.0.1:/wizard/? because it  
could not connect to the server ?127.0.0.1?.




[freenet-support] installation

2009-01-28 Thread Joseph Schultz
  I think I installed FreeNet, but when I go to the site listed I get  
the following message:



Safari can’t connect to the server.

Safari can’t open the page “http://127.0.0.1:/wizard/” because it  
could not connect to the server “127.0.0.1”.

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Re: [freenet-support] installation

2009-01-28 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Wednesday 28 January 2009 19:09, Joseph Schultz wrote:
   I think I installed FreeNet, but when I go to the site listed I get  
 the following message:
 
 
 
 Safari can’t connect to the server.
 
 Safari can’t open the page “http://127.0.0.1:/wizard/” because it  
 could not connect to the server “127.0.0.1”.

Is Safari set to use a proxy? That's the first thing to check. You should be 
able to tell it to not use the proxy for 127.0.0.1. If that is not the 
problem, then find the directory you installed Freenet to. Is there a 
wrapper.log file? If so, please send me it, it should help to debug this... 
If not, please let me know, and I suggest you run run.sh start in that 
directory (from a command line e.g.).


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[freenet-support] Installation Woes

2008-07-29 Thread Matthew Toseland
Both of you: please CC the originator, mostly they are not subscribed to the 
list.

On Tuesday 15 July 2008 10:29, Volodya wrote:
> Ron Wilson wrote:
> > I am trying to install Freenet on Kubuntu 8.04 but not having much luck.
> > When I run start run.sh script it complains that I have a buggy version
> > of jvm installed. As far as I can tell I have a perfectly valid Java
> > setup version 1.6 which I have installed from repositories. Is Freenet
> > complaining about this and should I remove all my installed java and
> > install from Sun or what?
> > Any help appreciated
> 
> Type this in the terminal:
>update-alternatives --display java
> it should tell you which java is the default at the moment. If it's not 
> sun-java, then you will need to do
> sudo update-alternatives --config java
> and then set sun-java as the default.
> 
> Hope this helps.
> 
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Re: [freenet-support] Installation Woes

2008-07-28 Thread Matthew Toseland
Both of you: please CC the originator, mostly they are not subscribed to the 
list.

On Tuesday 15 July 2008 10:29, Volodya wrote:
 Ron Wilson wrote:
  I am trying to install Freenet on Kubuntu 8.04 but not having much luck.
  When I run start run.sh script it complains that I have a buggy version
  of jvm installed. As far as I can tell I have a perfectly valid Java
  setup version 1.6 which I have installed from repositories. Is Freenet
  complaining about this and should I remove all my installed java and
  install from Sun or what?
  Any help appreciated
 
 Type this in the terminal:
update-alternatives --display java
 it should tell you which java is the default at the moment. If it's not 
 sun-java, then you will need to do
 sudo update-alternatives --config java
 and then set sun-java as the default.
 
 Hope this helps.
 
- Volodya
 
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[freenet-support] Installation Woes

2008-07-15 Thread Daniel Cheng
Ron Wilson wrote:
> I am trying to install Freenet on Kubuntu 8.04 but not having much luck.
> When I run start run.sh script it complains that I have a buggy version
> of jvm installed. As far as I can tell I have a perfectly valid Java
> setup version 1.6 which I have installed from repositories. Is Freenet
> complaining about this and should I remove all my installed java and
> install from Sun or what?
> Any help appreciated
> 

sudo apt-get install sun-java6-jdk
sudo update-java-alternatives -s java-6-sun

(don't use `update-alternative`, use `update-java-alternatives`)

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[freenet-support] Installation Woes

2008-07-15 Thread Volodya
Ron Wilson wrote:
> I am trying to install Freenet on Kubuntu 8.04 but not having much luck.
> When I run start run.sh script it complains that I have a buggy version
> of jvm installed. As far as I can tell I have a perfectly valid Java
> setup version 1.6 which I have installed from repositories. Is Freenet
> complaining about this and should I remove all my installed java and
> install from Sun or what?
> Any help appreciated

Type this in the terminal:
   update-alternatives --display java
it should tell you which java is the default at the moment. If it's not 
sun-java, then you will need to do
sudo update-alternatives --config java
and then set sun-java as the default.

Hope this helps.

   - Volodya

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Re: [freenet-support] Installation Woes

2008-07-15 Thread Volodya
Ron Wilson wrote:
 I am trying to install Freenet on Kubuntu 8.04 but not having much luck.
 When I run start run.sh script it complains that I have a buggy version
 of jvm installed. As far as I can tell I have a perfectly valid Java
 setup version 1.6 which I have installed from repositories. Is Freenet
 complaining about this and should I remove all my installed java and
 install from Sun or what?
 Any help appreciated

Type this in the terminal:
   update-alternatives --display java
it should tell you which java is the default at the moment. If it's not 
sun-java, then you will need to do
sudo update-alternatives --config java
and then set sun-java as the default.

Hope this helps.

   - Volodya

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Re: [freenet-support] Installation Woes

2008-07-15 Thread Daniel Cheng
Ron Wilson wrote:
 I am trying to install Freenet on Kubuntu 8.04 but not having much luck.
 When I run start run.sh script it complains that I have a buggy version
 of jvm installed. As far as I can tell I have a perfectly valid Java
 setup version 1.6 which I have installed from repositories. Is Freenet
 complaining about this and should I remove all my installed java and
 install from Sun or what?
 Any help appreciated
 

sudo apt-get install sun-java6-jdk
sudo update-java-alternatives -s java-6-sun

(don't use `update-alternative`, use `update-java-alternatives`)

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[freenet-support] Installation Woes

2008-07-13 Thread Ron Wilson
I am trying to install Freenet on Kubuntu 8.04 but not having much luck.
When I run start run.sh script it complains that I have a buggy version
of jvm installed. As far as I can tell I have a perfectly valid Java
setup version 1.6 which I have installed from repositories. Is Freenet
complaining about this and should I remove all my installed java and
install from Sun or what?
Any help appreciated


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[freenet-support] Installation Woes

2008-07-12 Thread Ron Wilson
I am trying to install Freenet on Kubuntu 8.04 but not having much luck.
When I run start run.sh script it complains that I have a buggy version
of jvm installed. As far as I can tell I have a perfectly valid Java
setup version 1.6 which I have installed from repositories. Is Freenet
complaining about this and should I remove all my installed java and
install from Sun or what?
Any help appreciated


---
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has printed gibberish all over it and put your name at the top. -
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[freenet-support] Installation Help

2008-05-27 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Sunday 25 May 2008 00:57, Ryan Gerber wrote:
> Hello, 
> 
> New to the Freenet project. I couldn't install on OS X Leopard.
> 
> It wouldn't connect to the 'wizard' page. I normally use Vidalia but turned 
it off and still no go. I even tried it in Safari, my normal browser. The irc 
chat site won't load for me either???

Did it open a browser in the setup program? Which had the welcome page, then 
you clicked on the link to the wizard, and it failed to connect?

Please find your wrapper.log (in wherever you installed Freenet to) and send 
me it.
> 
> Is Freenet only for Firefox?

Freenet will generally work better with firefox, yes. Safari has some issues 
with it; we create a customized profile for firefox for using Freenet that 
helps with performance and security.
> 
> Sorry for all the questions, just can't figure it all out. Any help is 
appreciated.
> 
> Thanks in advance.
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2008-05-27 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Sunday 25 May 2008 00:57, Ryan Gerber wrote:
 Hello, 
 
 New to the Freenet project. I couldn't install on OS X Leopard.
 
 It wouldn't connect to the 'wizard' page. I normally use Vidalia but turned 
it off and still no go. I even tried it in Safari, my normal browser. The irc 
chat site won't load for me either???

Did it open a browser in the setup program? Which had the welcome page, then 
you clicked on the link to the wizard, and it failed to connect?

Please find your wrapper.log (in wherever you installed Freenet to) and send 
me it.
 
 Is Freenet only for Firefox?

Freenet will generally work better with firefox, yes. Safari has some issues 
with it; we create a customized profile for firefox for using Freenet that 
helps with performance and security.
 
 Sorry for all the questions, just can't figure it all out. Any help is 
appreciated.
 
 Thanks in advance.


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2008-05-24 Thread Ryan Gerber
Hello, 

New to the Freenet project. I couldn't install on OS X Leopard.

It wouldn't connect to the 'wizard' page. I normally use Vidalia but turned it 
off and still no go. I even tried it in Safari, my normal browser. The irc chat 
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Is Freenet only for Firefox?

Sorry for all the questions, just can't figure it all out. Any help is 
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2008-05-24 Thread Ryan Gerber
Hello, 

New to the Freenet project. I couldn't install on OS X Leopard.

It wouldn't connect to the 'wizard' page. I normally use Vidalia but turned it 
off and still no go. I even tried it in Safari, my normal browser. The irc chat 
site won't load for me either???

Is Freenet only for Firefox?

Sorry for all the questions, just can't figure it all out. Any help is 
appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

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2008-05-21 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Saturday 17 May 2008 14:18, Stephan van den Berg wrote:
> Hi!
> 
> I tried to install 0.7 into a DriveCrypt container unter Windows XP Pro.
> SP2, but can't get the windows service started.
> 
> I always get the error 'the system can't find the defined path' or something
> like that...
> 
> Any idea what could be wrong?
> 
> Thanks!

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Re: [freenet-support] Installation into a decrypted container

2008-05-21 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Saturday 17 May 2008 14:18, Stephan van den Berg wrote:
 Hi!
 
 I tried to install 0.7 into a DriveCrypt container unter Windows XP Pro.
 SP2, but can't get the windows service started.
 
 I always get the error 'the system can't find the defined path' or something
 like that...
 
 Any idea what could be wrong?
 
 Thanks!

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2008-05-21 Thread Stephan van den Berg
Hi!

I tried to install 0.7 into a DriveCrypt container unter Windows XP Pro.
SP2, but can't get the windows service started.

I always get the error 'the system can't find the defined path' or something
like that...

Any idea what could be wrong?

Thanks!

 

 

 

 

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2008-05-20 Thread James


Victor Denisov  writes:

> 
> 
> I guess that this happens because DriveCrypt hadn't finished mounting
> its volumes before the OS decided to start Freenet service. When I was
> running Freenet on an encrypted volume (using TrueCrypt) I had to set
> its start mode to manual, so that it won't be started before I had the
> chance to enter the volume password.
> 
> Regards,
> Victor Denisov.
> 

No, that's not the reason.
I have set the service to start manual, so i start it after mountung the DC 
volume.

The path S:\Freenet\bin\wrapper-windows-x86-32.exe -s S:\Freenet\wrapper.conf' 
in the service is also correct. I just don't know what could be wrong.








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2008-05-20 Thread Victor Denisov
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I guess that this happens because DriveCrypt hadn't finished mounting
its volumes before the OS decided to start Freenet service. When I was
running Freenet on an encrypted volume (using TrueCrypt) I had to set
its start mode to manual, so that it won't be started before I had the
chance to enter the volume password.

Regards,
Victor Denisov.

Hierophant wrote:
| Do any of you know whether this has worked?
|
| I'm running Freenet 0.7 in Ubuntu 8.04 in VMware Server 1.0 in a
| TrueCrypt volume in Windows Server 2003, and it all worked perfectly
| "out of the box".
|
| At 12:45 PM 5/17/2008, James wrote:
|
|>  Stephan van den Berg  writes:
|>
|>  >
|>  >
|>  > I tried to install 0.7 into a DriveCrypt
|>  > container unter Windows XP Pro. SP2, but can't get the windows service
|>  > started.
|>  > I always get the error 'the system can't find
|>  > the defined path' or something like that...
|>  > Any idea what could be wrong?
|>  > Thanks!
|>  >

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2008-05-20 Thread Victor Denisov
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I guess that this happens because DriveCrypt hadn't finished mounting
its volumes before the OS decided to start Freenet service. When I was
running Freenet on an encrypted volume (using TrueCrypt) I had to set
its start mode to manual, so that it won't be started before I had the
chance to enter the volume password.

Regards,
Victor Denisov.

Hierophant wrote:
| Do any of you know whether this has worked?
|
| I'm running Freenet 0.7 in Ubuntu 8.04 in VMware Server 1.0 in a
| TrueCrypt volume in Windows Server 2003, and it all worked perfectly
| out of the box.
|
| At 12:45 PM 5/17/2008, James wrote:
|
|  Stephan van den Berg [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
|
|  
|  
|   I tried to install 0.7 into a DriveCrypt
|   container unter Windows XP Pro. SP2, but can't get the windows service
|   started.
|   I always get the error 'the system can't find
|   the defined path' or something like that...
|   Any idea what could be wrong?
|   Thanks!
|  

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Do any of you know whether this has worked?I'm running Freenet 0.7 in Ubuntu 8.04 in VMware Server 1.0 in a TrueCrypt volume in Windows Server 2003, and it all worked perfectly "out of the box".At 12:45 PM 5/17/2008, James wrote: Stephan van den Berg [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:   I tried to install 0.7 into a DriveCrypt   container unter Windows XP Pro. SP2, but can't get the windows service   started.  I always get the error 'the system can't find   the defined path' or something like that...  Any idea what could be wrong?  Thanks!___  Support mailing list  [EMAIL PROTECTED]  http://news.gmane.org/gmane.network.freenet.support  Unsubscribe at http://emu.freenetproject.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/support  Or mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]   I got exactly the same problem. The service only starts, if freenet is  installes in c:\programs.  I tried to install it in a different drive/partition and i get the same error.  I couldn't see that any path was wrong.   The reason for this would be interesting.   ___ Support mailing list Support@freenetproject.org http://news.gmane.org/gmane.network.freenet.support Unsubscribe at http://emu.freenetproject.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/support Or mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]Hierophant[EMAIL PROTECTED]http://hierophant.atspace.org___
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2008-05-17 Thread Stephan van den Berg
I tried to install 0.7 into a DriveCrypt container unter Windows XP Pro.
SP2, but can't get the windows service started.

I always get the error 'the system can't find the defined path' or something
like that...

Any idea what could be wrong?

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2008-05-17 Thread James
Stephan van den Berg  writes:

> 
> 
> I tried to install 0.7 into a DriveCrypt 
> container unter Windows XP Pro. SP2, but can't get the windows service 
> started.
> I always get the error 'the system can't find 
> the defined path' or something like that...
> Any idea what could be wrong?
> Thanks!
> 
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I got exactly the same problem. The service only starts, if freenet is 
installes in c:\programs.

I tried to install it in a different drive/partition and i get the same error.

I couldn't see that any path was wrong. 

The reason for this would be interesting.









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2008-05-17 Thread Stephan van den Berg
Hi!

I tried to install 0.7 into a DriveCrypt container unter Windows XP Pro.
SP2, but can't get the windows service started.

I always get the error 'the system can't find the defined path' or something
like that...

Any idea what could be wrong?

Thanks!









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2008-05-17 Thread Stephan van den Berg
I tried to install 0.7 into a DriveCrypt container unter Windows XP Pro.
SP2, but can't get the windows service started.

I always get the error 'the system can't find the defined path' or something
like that...

Any idea what could be wrong?

Thanks!

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2008-05-17 Thread James
Stephan van den Berg [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

 
 
 I tried to install 0.7 into a DriveCrypt 
 container unter Windows XP Pro. SP2, but can't get the windows service 
 started.
 I always get the error 'the system can't find 
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I got exactly the same problem. The service only starts, if freenet is 
installes in c:\programs.

I tried to install it in a different drive/partition and i get the same error.

I couldn't see that any path was wrong. 

The reason for this would be interesting.






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[freenet-support] Installation problem

2007-05-09 Thread Matthew Toseland
Please remove the freenet directory and then try again. We have updated the 
installer with a possible bugfix. Please tell us whether it works. Thanks.

On Sunday 06 May 2007 00:52, Alberto J. Rubert Escuder wrote:
> I have had two problems during installation of Freenet 0.7 on Windows XP
> Home Edition Version 2002 Service Pack 2 running on labtop with AMD
> Turion(tm) 64 Mobile Technology MT-30 processor.
>
> The install program suggests the execution of:
>
> 1) net helpmsg 2221
> 2) net helpmsg 2185
>
> the results(translated from spanish ;)):
>
> 1) User name not found
> Explanation
> You have specificated an unknow user name
> Action
> Check you have writted correctly the user name. To show a user list from
> the security database, write:
> NET USER
> (after run, a users list appears, what i have to do?)
> 2) The service name is not valid
> Explanation
> You try to activate a service that is not configured at the system
> Action
> Check you have writted correctly the service name the setting information
> of that service with the option Services at the Manager servers
>
> I don't know what to do, i can guess the installation isn't able to
> configure and set the program to run itself as a service but i don't know
> why.
> Regards
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2007-05-06 Thread Alberto J. Rubert Escuder

I have had two problems during installation of Freenet 0.7 on Windows XP 
Home Edition Version 2002 Service Pack 2 running on labtop with AMD 
Turion(tm) 64 Mobile Technology MT-30 processor.

The install program suggests the execution of:

1) net helpmsg 2221
2) net helpmsg 2185

the results(translated from spanish ;)):

1) User name not found
Explanation
You have specificated an unknow user name
Action
Check you have writted correctly the user name. To show a user list from the 
security database, write:
NET USER
(after run, a users list appears, what i have to do?)
2) The service name is not valid
Explanation
You try to activate a service that is not configured at the system
Action
Check you have writted correctly the service name the setting information of 
that service with the option Services at the Manager servers

I don't know what to do, i can guess the installation isn't able to 
configure and set the program to run itself as a service but i don't know 
why.
Regards
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2007-03-05 Thread Matthew Toseland
Try again (get a new copy of the installer), nextgens fixed the installer.

On Tue, Feb 20, 2007 at 09:19:39PM -, Michael Garlick wrote:
> I've tried to install Freenet three times now.
> 
> After "Setting Up Plug-Ins"
> 
>  
> 
> The following is displayed:
> 
>  
> 
> "Detecting tcp port availability"
> 
> "Downloading update.cmd"
> 
> "Downloading freenet-ext.jar"
> 
> "Downloading freenet-stable-latest.jar"
> 
> "Installing the wrapper"
> 
> "Registering Freenet as a system service"
> 
> wrapper  | Freenet 0.7 darknet---- installed.
> 
> The Freenet 0.7 darknet- service is starting...
> 
> The Freenet 0.7 darknet- service could not be started.
> 
>  
> 
> A system error has occurred.
> 
>  
> 
> System error 1067 has occurred.
> 
>  
> 
> The process terminated unexpectedly.
> 
>  
> 
> Can anyone give me a solution to the above problem?
> 
>  
> 
> Thanks Mike
> 
>  
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Re: [freenet-support] Installation

2007-03-05 Thread Matthew Toseland
Try again (get a new copy of the installer), nextgens fixed the installer.

On Tue, Feb 20, 2007 at 09:19:39PM -, Michael Garlick wrote:
 I've tried to install Freenet three times now.
 
 After Setting Up Plug-Ins
 
  
 
 The following is displayed:
 
  
 
 Detecting tcp port availability
 
 Downloading update.cmd
 
 Downloading freenet-ext.jar
 
 Downloading freenet-stable-latest.jar
 
 Installing the wrapper
 
 Registering Freenet as a system service
 
 wrapper  | Freenet 0.7 darknet---- installed.
 
 The Freenet 0.7 darknet- service is starting...
 
 The Freenet 0.7 darknet- service could not be started.
 
  
 
 A system error has occurred.
 
  
 
 System error 1067 has occurred.
 
  
 
 The process terminated unexpectedly.
 
  
 
 Can anyone give me a solution to the above problem?
 
  
 
 Thanks Mike
 
  
 

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[freenet-support] Installation

2007-02-20 Thread Michael Garlick
I've tried to install Freenet three times now.

After "Setting Up Plug-Ins"



The following is displayed:



"Detecting tcp port availability"

"Downloading update.cmd"

"Downloading freenet-ext.jar"

"Downloading freenet-stable-latest.jar"

"Installing the wrapper"

"Registering Freenet as a system service"

wrapper  | Freenet 0.7 darknet---- installed.

The Freenet 0.7 darknet- service is starting...

The Freenet 0.7 darknet- service could not be started.



A system error has occurred.



System error 1067 has occurred.



The process terminated unexpectedly.



Can anyone give me a solution to the above problem?



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2006-04-16 Thread Gubben Noa
On 15/04/06, Evan Daniel  wrote:

> I know it might not be the answer you were looking for, but have you
> considered trying 0.7 instead of 0.5?

No, I have not, beacuse the download page says it has little content.

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Re: [freenet-support] Installation problem: HTTP:/1.1 307

2006-04-16 Thread Gubben Noa
On 15/04/06, Evan Daniel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I know it might not be the answer you were looking for, but have you
 considered trying 0.7 instead of 0.5?

No, I have not, beacuse the download page says it has little content.

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[freenet-support] Installation problem: HTTP:/1.1 307

2006-04-15 Thread Lars Juel Nielsen
On 4/15/06, Evan Daniel  wrote:
> On 4/14/06, Gubben Noa  wrote:
> > On Windows XP SP2, when I try try to install Freenet, I get the error
> > "Download of seednodes.zip failed: 'HTTP/1.1 307'." The same error is
> > given for all files the installer tries to download.
> >
> > HTTP status code 307 is  Temporary Redirect.
> >
> > How should I proceed to successfully install Freenet?
>
> I know it might not be the answer you were looking for, but have you
> considered trying 0.7 instead of 0.5?
>
> Early results suggest it works better...
>
> HTH
>
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[freenet-support] Installation problem: HTTP:/1.1 307

2006-04-15 Thread Gubben Noa
On Windows XP SP2, when I try try to install Freenet, I get the error
"Download of seednodes.zip failed: 'HTTP/1.1 307'." The same error is
given for all files the installer tries to download.

HTTP status code 307 is  Temporary Redirect.

How should I proceed to successfully install Freenet?

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Re: [freenet-support] Installation problem: HTTP:/1.1 307

2006-04-15 Thread Lars Juel Nielsen
On 4/15/06, Evan Daniel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 On 4/14/06, Gubben Noa [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  On Windows XP SP2, when I try try to install Freenet, I get the error
  Download of seednodes.zip failed: 'HTTP/1.1 307'. The same error is
  given for all files the installer tries to download.
 
  HTTP status code 307 is  Temporary Redirect.
 
  How should I proceed to successfully install Freenet?

 I know it might not be the answer you were looking for, but have you
 considered trying 0.7 instead of 0.5?

 Early results suggest it works better...

 HTH

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[freenet-support] Installation problem: HTTP:/1.1 307

2006-04-14 Thread Evan Daniel
On 4/14/06, Gubben Noa  wrote:
> On Windows XP SP2, when I try try to install Freenet, I get the error
> "Download of seednodes.zip failed: 'HTTP/1.1 307'." The same error is
> given for all files the installer tries to download.
>
> HTTP status code 307 is  Temporary Redirect.
>
> How should I proceed to successfully install Freenet?

I know it might not be the answer you were looking for, but have you
considered trying 0.7 instead of 0.5?

Early results suggest it works better...

HTH

Evan Daniel



[freenet-support] Installation problem: HTTP:/1.1 307

2006-04-14 Thread Gubben Noa
On Windows XP SP2, when I try try to install Freenet, I get the error
Download of seednodes.zip failed: 'HTTP/1.1 307'. The same error is
given for all files the installer tries to download.

HTTP status code 307 is  Temporary Redirect.

How should I proceed to successfully install Freenet?

--
Gubben Noa
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Re: [freenet-support] Installation problem: HTTP:/1.1 307

2006-04-14 Thread Evan Daniel
On 4/14/06, Gubben Noa [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 On Windows XP SP2, when I try try to install Freenet, I get the error
 Download of seednodes.zip failed: 'HTTP/1.1 307'. The same error is
 given for all files the installer tries to download.

 HTTP status code 307 is  Temporary Redirect.

 How should I proceed to successfully install Freenet?

I know it might not be the answer you were looking for, but have you
considered trying 0.7 instead of 0.5?

Early results suggest it works better...

HTH

Evan Daniel
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[freenet-support] Installation Issues

2005-01-30 Thread Kyle Goetz
XP Home behind a firewall.
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(BI tried installing from a limited user account to my user folder. However, I kept getting "Download of nodeconfig [or any other file for that matter] failed: Retry?". Seeing as how this is the installation itself, I cannot play around with any settings to fix this issue. Why do you need an internet connection to install the program? Why not just bundle the files required? As it now stands, I cannot install Freenet's software to my computer.
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(BI have also tried installing under the admin account.
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(BIf it's the firewall, then WHY does the software need ports forwarded just to install?!?!
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(BThank you, and I hope that this issue can be resolved in some way for me, as I'm probably doing something wrong. I would have checked the previous digests, but I saw no search feature, and I did not want to manually go through however many files (read: a lot) there are of archives to see if maybe it had my problem solved.
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(BThank you, and I really hope I sound more like someone who tried to solve the problem themselves rather than some rude noob.
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Re: [freenet-support] Installation Issues

2005-01-30 Thread Victor Denisov
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Hello,

 XP Home behind a firewall.

What sort of firewall? Windows' built-in, some thrird-party one (such as
 ZoneAlarm, etc) or external firewall?

 I tried installing from a limited user account to my user folder. However, I 
 kept getting
 Download of nodeconfig [or any other file for that matter] failed: Retry?. 
 Seeing as how this 
 is the installation itself, I cannot play around with any settings to fix 
 this issue. Why do you

You can always install Freenet by hand - its not that difficult.
However, I beleive there should be an easier solution.

 need an internet connection to install the program? Why not just bundle the 
 files required? 

Two reasons. First of all, information about the nodes you can connect
to initially (they're called seed nodes, hence the seednodes file) is
very dynamic, so it has to be fetched from the Freenet project website
on install. And second, Freenet node versions sometimes change very
frequently, so this procedure makes sure you always get the latest version.

 As it now stands, I cannot install Freenet's software to my computer.

Let's see if we'll be able to help ;-).

 I have also tried installing under the admin account.
 
 If it's the firewall, then WHY does the software need ports forwarded just to 
 install?!?!

It doesn't. All downloads are over regular HTTP. Check that you can
download files from Freenet website through your browser (try
http://www.freenetproject.org/snapshots/NodeConfig.exe). If you can't,
then it couldn't be connected to the installer. If you can, then you'll
likely have to download and install Freenet by hand.

Also, I've found from experience that sometimes Freenet project's site
is somewhat slow in responding, and it confuses the installer - maybe
there's some sort of too short a timeout somewhere in the download
code... So, if you're sure you can download files from Freenet website,
you can try to install Freenet several times over the course of about a
day - sometimes it does help.

Regards,
Victor Denisov.
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[freenet-support] Installation under a proxy

2004-04-27 Thread Yosuke Yoshikawa
Hello. We're working on a uni project where we have to create an anonymous
messaging system. As we're still in the early stages, we haven't gotten
around to seeing the source code, but we can't get freenet to install on the
uni computers. On windows XP, we tried to install it, but what happens is
that it tries to connect online before it installs. There is no way of
proceeding the installation if it can't access the internet. In order to get
external http access here at uni, we need to enter the proxy.pac address.
Unfortunately the current installer doesn't seem to see that information
from the internet options. Is there any way of overriding this function that
needs to access the internet in order to install?

Cheers
Yosuke

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Re: [freenet-support] Installation redux

2003-11-07 Thread Edward J. Huff
On Thu, 2003-11-06 at 19:27, Phil Rabne wrote:
 I tried inserting the suggested two lines as follows after the #!bin/sh comment:
   
   PATH=/philtr/j2sdk_nb/j2sdk1.4.2./jre/bin/java:$PATH
   export PATH
 
 Of course I'm assuming that 'jre' stands for, java runtime environment 
 (of course one knows what happens when one assumes!) No luck. 
 

First, try

locate -r 'bin/java$'

I see this:

[...]$ locate -r 'bin/java$'
/usr/local/bin/java
/usr/local/ImageJ/ImageJ/jre/bin/java
/usr/java/j2re1.4.2/bin/java
/usr/java/j2re1.4.1_02/bin/java
/usr/java/j2sdk1.4.1_02/bin/java
/usr/java/j2sdk1.4.1_02/jre/bin/java

Try this command:

ls -l /philtr/j2sdk_nb/j2sdk1.4.2./jre/bin/

I suspect that gives an error message.

I don't think the period after 1.4.2. should be there, because I
happen to know that people at Sun would never make a directory
name ending in a period.  It just isn't done, even though there
is no rule against it.

So try this:

ls -l /philtr/j2sdk_nb/j2sdk1.4.2/jre/bin/java

You should see something like

-rwxr-xr-x1 philtr   philtr  24564 Jun 20 05:04 java

Once you have found your java executable, fix PATH.  Try

PATH=/philtr/j2sdk_nb/j2sdk1.4.2/jre/bin/:$PATH

and then 

java -version

This works until you exit the shell where you fixed PATH.
So either change your .bash_profile, or put the PATH into
the script.

 I then inserted a '#' in front of the JAVA... statement, still no luck.

Not something to do.  The _ is just another letter in the variable name.

JAVA_IMPL=`java -version 21 | head -1 | cut -f1 -d' '`

That line means the following:

Set the variable JAVA_IMPL to the string following the equal,
after expansion.

The stuff after the equal means:  execute the pipeline and
replace the backquotes and all inside with the output of the
pipeline.  The pipeline executes 'java -version', i.e. it
runs java with the option asking it to print the version.
It assigns stderr to the same file as stdout (21), and
pipes the output into the head -1 command.  That
discards all but the first line of the output.  The
single line goes into cut -f1 -d' ', which takes the first 
field delimited by blanks.

So JAVA_IMPL is set to be the first word of the first line
output by java -version.  In the case of Sun's 1.4.2, that
is java.

But I don't see where JAVA_IMPL is used.  It isn't exported,
and it isn't reference in this script.

  
 Now I'm really scratching my head.  
 
 Any suggestions? 
 
 I'm attaching a copy of 'start-freenet.sh' just in case I'm missing a 
 critical statement further down in the file. 
 
 Of course I might be in the wrong directory altogether. The other 
 'java' executable is in:
   
   /philtr/j2sdk_nb/j2sdk1.4.2/bin/java

Hmm.  Should have read all the way down.  You found the right
bin/java above, but made a typo in your PATH= command.

Actually, I find that the two files are identical:

cmp /usr/java/j2sdk1.4.1_02/bin/java \
/usr/java/j2sdk1.4.1_02/jre/bin/java

produces no output.

 
 While this is headed to the ethernet, I'll be playing with:
 
   PATH=/philtr/j2sdk_nb/j2sdk1.4.2/bin/java:$PATH
   export PATH
 
This should have worked.

Rumor has it that 1.4.1_02 works better with freenet.  I have
both, but use 1.4.1_02.

-- Ed Huff



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Re: [freenet-support] Installation

2003-11-06 Thread Dave Hooper
The missing file is java.  (java is a JRE (java runtime environment), but
it's not looking for a file called jre, it's looking for a file called java)
Rather than editing javapath and replacing it, why not just symlink
/usr/bin/java to wherever you actually have java installed?  Much easier in
the long run.  If your system is already configured to symlink /usr/bin/java
to /usr/bin/jsdk-1.4.5.2.1.3.4/dfadsfasdfasdf  or whatever then no config
needs to change.  Also means it's much easier to upgrade to newer versions
of java in the future, just change the symlink to point at the new
installation of java.  Rather than, say, having to update the config files
of all of your applications which use java!

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Sent: Thursday, November 06, 2003 5:35 AM
Subject: Re: [freenet-support] Installation


 They can be installed anywhere. The file freenet needs is the executable
 file java which should have came with the java distribution. Install
freenet
 into a directory in your home directory. Freenet is a good choice. Edit
the
 file called start-freenet.sh and add this to the top replacing javapath
with
 the directory that the java excutable is in.

 PATH=javapath:$PATH
 export PATH

 Run start-freenet.sh and Freenet should start up after that.

 Dave

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 Sent: Wednesday, November 05, 2003 6:47 PM
 Subject: [freenet-support] Installation


  I'm trying to install freenet (freenet-0.5.2.1.tar.gz).
 
   I first installed j2sdk-1_4_2-nb-3_5_1-bin-linux.bin into
  /home/philtr, of course...my home directory. Then I tried installing
  freenet into /home/philtr/j2sdk_nb/j2sdk.1.4.2/, the subdirectory jre
  in this directory. No luck! Then I tried going up the tree untill I was
  in my home directory. Nothing! Each time freenet couldn't find the
  executable, jre.
 
  Where should each be installed? In what directory is freenet looking to
  find  jre?  Can I get to a path variable in freenet to tell it where
  to look? I tried the support archive but, that was forbidden fruit.
  Thanks in advance for your help.   phil
 
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Re: [freenet-support] Installation problems

2002-09-23 Thread bruno

Yes me too.

Now I just want to be unsubscribe from this bad system and list, because I
didn't receive any answer from anyone.

Because of this, I think I'll now just make bad advertising on this system,
until something move.

Good luck to you
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Sent: Sunday, September 22, 2002 7:46 AM
Subject: Re: [freenet-support] Installation problems


 At 12:41 AM 09/22/2002 -0400, Midnight wrote:
 hello.  I was interested in the freenet program you hosted and I
 downloaded it, but in the middle of my installation an error window came
 up, told me an error occurred, installation had failed and needed to
 abort, and thusly aborted itself.  I was disappointed and wondered
 whatever could have gone wrong or what I could change to make sure that
 the freenet works on my computer.  Thank you for reading.
 
 -Midnight-

 I can only take a guess at what it might be.  Freenet requires a Java
 virtual machine to run.  Do you have one on your computer?  If not, you
 will need to get one.  You can get Sun's from http://java.sun.com Look for
 the downloads section and then download and install a Java Runtime
 Environment.  I believe the latest one is 1.4.something.


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Re: [freenet-support] Installation problems

2002-09-23 Thread bruno




Yes me too.

Now I just want to be unsubscribe from this bad 
system and list, because I didn't receive any answer from anyone.

Because of this, I think I'll now just make bad 
advertising on this system, until something move.

Good luck to you

  - Original Message - 
  From: 
  Midnight 
  
  To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
  Sent: Sunday, September 22, 2002 6:41 
  AM
  Subject: [freenet-support] Installation 
  problems
  
  hello. I was 
  interested in the freenet program you hosted and I downloaded it, but in the 
  middle of my installation an error window came up, told me an error occurred, 
  installation had failed and needed to abort, and thusly aborted itself. 
  I was disappointed and wondered whatever could have gone wrong or what I could 
  change to make sure that the freenet works on my computer. Thank you for 
  reading.
  
  -Midnight-


[freenet-support] Installation problems

2002-09-21 Thread Midnight



hello. I was 
interested in the freenet program you hosted and I downloaded it, but in the 
middle of my installation an error window came up, told me an error occurred, 
installation had failed and needed to abort, and thusly aborted itself. I 
was disappointed and wondered whatever could have gone wrong or what I could 
change to make sure that the freenet works on my computer. Thank you for 
reading.

-Midnight-


Re: [freenet-support] Installation problems

2002-09-21 Thread Ed Onken

At 12:41 AM 09/22/2002 -0400, Midnight wrote:
hello.  I was interested in the freenet program you hosted and I 
downloaded it, but in the middle of my installation an error window came 
up, told me an error occurred, installation had failed and needed to 
abort, and thusly aborted itself.  I was disappointed and wondered 
whatever could have gone wrong or what I could change to make sure that 
the freenet works on my computer.  Thank you for reading.

-Midnight-

I can only take a guess at what it might be.  Freenet requires a Java 
virtual machine to run.  Do you have one on your computer?  If not, you 
will need to get one.  You can get Sun's from http://java.sun.com Look for 
the downloads section and then download and install a Java Runtime 
Environment.  I believe the latest one is 1.4.something.


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[freenet-support] installation ?

2002-09-09 Thread Pyrus .
Hi! I just d/l freenet- initially, as a node, since i have dsl and and leave my comp on 24/7. however, i don't know what an ip address is, and my log indicated that that was a problem immediately after installation. is there something i could do to be a node, or contribute more to the project?
-also, since the installation, my comp has been moving slowly, even after i exited freenet. do you know a solution for that?

thank you for your patience and consideration,

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[freenet-support] Installation

2001-06-26 Thread Leslie Knisley

I am only on line at work and would like to try
Freenet. How do I go about trying to get it? I did try
to send an e-mail to this e-mail address, but I'm not
sure if it went thru. Thanks

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