Re: [freenet-support] node doesn't start

2009-08-18 Thread sich
Juiceman a écrit : Does this happen every time you try to start it? A quick and dirty workaround might be to delete your node.db4o file while your node is shutdown. Note this will cause you to lose any downloads you have in progess... You should make a backup copy of this file first. If

Re: [freenet-support] node doesn't start

2009-08-17 Thread Artefact2
On Mon, Aug 17, 2009 at 09:52:41AM +0200, sich wrote: Hello, My node doesn't start Here is the wrapper.log, do you have any idea ? Hello sich, seems like you have an unexpected exception throwed while your node is starting up. What node version are you running ? Try running latest

Re: [freenet-support] node doesn't start

2009-08-17 Thread Juiceman
On Mon, Aug 17, 2009 at 3:52 AM, sichs...@cafe-philo.net wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hello, My node doesn't start Here is the wrapper.log, do you have any idea ? Thanks.. sich -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.9 (MingW32) Comment: Using

[freenet-support] Node name isn't defined.

2009-06-16 Thread CyberLeo
Hi! Since I started this instance of freenet, mid 2007, I've repeatedly received an alert 'Your node name isn't defined.'. Despite deciding that the nickname provided is suitable and clicking 'apply', the alert comes back every time the node restarts. Is there some regular expression it uses to

Re: [freenet-support] Node name isn't defined.

2009-06-16 Thread Dsoslglece
CyberLeo a écrit : Hi! Since I started this instance of freenet, mid 2007, I've repeatedly received an alert 'Your node name isn't defined.'. Despite deciding that the nickname provided is suitable and clicking 'apply', the alert comes back every time the node restarts. Is there some regular

Re: [freenet-support] Node name isn't defined.

2009-06-16 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Tuesday 16 June 2009 07:35:55 CyberLeo wrote: Hi! Since I started this instance of freenet, mid 2007, I've repeatedly received an alert 'Your node name isn't defined.'. Despite deciding that the nickname provided is suitable and clicking 'apply', the alert comes back every time the node

[freenet-support] Node can't find native BigInteger library

2008-11-07 Thread Victor Denisov
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Just noticed that, for some reason, my node doesn't pick up native BigInteger library: ... Initializing Node using Freenet Build #1169 r23350M and freenet-ext Build #24 r23199 with Sun Microsystems Inc. JVM version 1.6.0_06 running on amd64 Windows

[freenet-support] Node won't connect to peers 1167/68

2008-11-06 Thread Matthew Toseland
Okay, the PacketSender resent-and-not-acked problem is probably caused by a bug fixed in 1169. Unfortunately we will have to wait for most of the network to update before this will make a big impact. On Thursday 06 November 2008 02:43, Dennis Nezic wrote: > > On Wed, 5 Nov 2008 22:00:52 +,

Re: [freenet-support] Node won't connect to peers 1167/68

2008-11-06 Thread Matthew Toseland
Okay, the PacketSender resent-and-not-acked problem is probably caused by a bug fixed in 1169. Unfortunately we will have to wait for most of the network to update before this will make a big impact. On Thursday 06 November 2008 02:43, Dennis Nezic wrote: On Wed, 5 Nov 2008 22:00:52 +,

[freenet-support] Node can't find native BigInteger library

2008-11-06 Thread Victor Denisov
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Just noticed that, for some reason, my node doesn't pick up native BigInteger library: ... Initializing Node using Freenet Build #1169 r23350M and freenet-ext Build #24 r23199 with Sun Microsystems Inc. JVM version 1.6.0_06 running on amd64 Windows

Re: [freenet-support] Node can't find native BigInteger library

2008-11-06 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Friday 07 November 2008 00:03, Victor Denisov wrote: Just noticed that, for some reason, my node doesn't pick up native BigInteger library: ... Initializing Node using Freenet Build #1169 r23350M and freenet-ext Build #24 r23199 with Sun Microsystems Inc. JVM version 1.6.0_06 running

[freenet-support] Node won't connect to peers 1167/68

2008-11-05 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Wednesday 05 November 2008 02:09, Dennis Nezic wrote: > > On Mon, 3 Nov 2008 14:58:08 +0100, > > bqz69 wrote: > > > > I have almost the same problem - my freenet continues to shut down > > several times a day, and I have to restart and get connected to open > > net peers. > > > > I am using:

[freenet-support] Node won't connect to peers 1167/68

2008-11-05 Thread Dennis Nezic
> On Wed, 5 Nov 2008 22:00:52 +, > Matthew Toseland wrote: > > It could very well be. Lack of memory resulting in constant garbage > collection could easily cause a timeout. I really don't think it's low memory. I increased wrapper.java.maxmemory to 300, and even though only about 180MB is

Re: [freenet-support] Node won't connect to peers 1167/68

2008-11-05 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Wednesday 05 November 2008 02:09, Dennis Nezic wrote: On Mon, 3 Nov 2008 14:58:08 +0100, bqz69 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have almost the same problem - my freenet continues to shut down several times a day, and I have to restart and get connected to open net peers. I am using:

Re: [freenet-support] Node won't connect to peers 1167/68

2008-11-05 Thread Dennis Nezic
On Wed, 5 Nov 2008 22:00:52 +, Matthew Toseland [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It could very well be. Lack of memory resulting in constant garbage collection could easily cause a timeout. I really don't think it's low memory. I increased wrapper.java.maxmemory to 300, and even though only

[freenet-support] Node won't connect to peers 1167/68

2008-11-04 Thread Dennis Nezic
> On Mon, 3 Nov 2008 14:58:08 +0100, > bqz69 wrote: > > I have almost the same problem - my freenet continues to shut down > several times a day, and I have to restart and get connected to open > net peers. > > I am using: Build #1168 r23201 and -ext Build #24 r 23199 My node also crashes many

[freenet-support] Node won't connect to peers 1167/68

2008-11-04 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Monday 03 November 2008 14:44, Jeff Isaac wrote: > Hello all! > I have recently stumbled across a problem with my node. I noticed that Frost > was having trouble communicating the other day even though the node was > running. Sure enough, the node (at the time 1167) was not connecting to any >

Re: [freenet-support] Node won't connect to peers 1167/68

2008-11-04 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Monday 03 November 2008 14:44, Jeff Isaac wrote: Hello all! I have recently stumbled across a problem with my node. I noticed that Frost was having trouble communicating the other day even though the node was running. Sure enough, the node (at the time 1167) was not connecting to any peers

Re: [freenet-support] Node won't connect to peers 1167/68

2008-11-04 Thread Dennis Nezic
On Mon, 3 Nov 2008 14:58:08 +0100, bqz69 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have almost the same problem - my freenet continues to shut down several times a day, and I have to restart and get connected to open net peers. I am using: Build #1168 r23201 and -ext Build #24 r 23199 My node also

[freenet-support] Node won't connect to peers 1167/68

2008-11-03 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Monday 03 November 2008 14:44, Jeff Isaac wrote: > Hello all! > I have recently stumbled across a problem with my node. I noticed that Frost > was having trouble communicating the other day even though the node was > running. Sure enough, the node (at the time 1167) was not connecting to any >

[freenet-support] Node won't connect to peers 1167/68

2008-11-03 Thread bqz69
On Monday 03 November 2008 15.44.10 Jeff Isaac wrote: > Hello all! > I have recently stumbled across a problem with my node. I noticed that > Frost was having trouble communicating the other day even though the node > was running. Sure enough, the node (at the time 1167) was not connecting to >

[freenet-support] Node won't connect to peers 1167/68

2008-11-03 Thread Jeff Isaac
Hello all! I have recently stumbled across a problem with my node. I noticed that Frost was having trouble communicating the other day even though the node was running. Sure enough, the node (at the time 1167) was not connecting to any peers (this after running successfully for a few weeks). I

[freenet-support] Node won't connect to peers 1167/68

2008-11-03 Thread Jeff Isaac
Hello all! I have recently stumbled across a problem with my node. I noticed that Frost was having trouble communicating the other day even though the node was running. Sure enough, the node (at the time 1167) was not connecting to any peers (this after running successfully for a few weeks). I

Re: [freenet-support] Node won't connect to peers 1167/68

2008-11-03 Thread bqz69
On Monday 03 November 2008 15.44.10 Jeff Isaac wrote: Hello all! I have recently stumbled across a problem with my node. I noticed that Frost was having trouble communicating the other day even though the node was running. Sure enough, the node (at the time 1167) was not connecting to any

Re: [freenet-support] Node won't connect to peers 1167/68

2008-11-03 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Monday 03 November 2008 14:44, Jeff Isaac wrote: Hello all! I have recently stumbled across a problem with my node. I noticed that Frost was having trouble communicating the other day even though the node was running. Sure enough, the node (at the time 1167) was not connecting to any peers

[freenet-support] node not self-updating

2008-09-12 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Friday 12 September 2008 11:15, Ermanno Baschiera wrote: > Hi, > My node (#1162) is showing this alert: "It seems that your node isn't > running the latest version of the software. Your node will > automatically restart as soon as it has finished downloading and > verifying the new version of

[freenet-support] node not self-updating

2008-09-12 Thread Ermanno Baschiera
Hi, My node (#1162) is showing this alert: "It seems that your node isn't running the latest version of the software. Your node will automatically restart as soon as it has finished downloading and verifying the new version of Freenet." Well, it's there since 3 hours at least. Why should it take

[freenet-support] node not self-updating

2008-09-12 Thread Ermanno Baschiera
Hi, My node (#1162) is showing this alert: It seems that your node isn't running the latest version of the software. Your node will automatically restart as soon as it has finished downloading and verifying the new version of Freenet. Well, it's there since 3 hours at least. Why should it take

Re: [freenet-support] node not self-updating

2008-09-12 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Friday 12 September 2008 11:15, Ermanno Baschiera wrote: Hi, My node (#1162) is showing this alert: It seems that your node isn't running the latest version of the software. Your node will automatically restart as soon as it has finished downloading and verifying the new version of

[freenet-support] node via XeroBank

2008-08-05 Thread Volodya
> BTW, is there a board there or somewhere where > I can get involved in discussions like digital gold and such forth. Try politics board. -- http://freedom.libsyn.com/ Echo of Freedom, Radical Podcast http://eng.anarchopedia.org/ Anarchopedia, A Free Knowledge Portal

[freenet-support] node via XeroBank

2008-08-05 Thread Volodya
> nevermind that terrorists use credit > cards in most cases... I don't have much to add to this thread, but this is a lie (are you watching too much Fox News by any chance?). Out of all the attackers or even supposed attackers on USA or UK there wasn't a single one to my knowledge who has

[freenet-support] node via XeroBank

2008-08-05 Thread Chris Burge
Sorry, my statement was intended to note that when using a digital transaction a credit card was used much more than digital gold carriers. Actually, the number one use in transferring terrorist money by Bin Laden is something called Hawala Banking. It has been around in Eastern societies for

[freenet-support] node via XeroBank

2008-08-05 Thread Hierophant
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Re: [freenet-support] node via XeroBank

2008-08-05 Thread Hierophant
At 05:11 PM 8/4/2008, Chris Burge wrote: Hardly ever post here but I'm totally enjoying this message chain. EGold is a US based company that created a currency (e-gold) based on gold grams. They are, I think, the first out there to do that but their vulnerability appeared when they were raided in

Re: [freenet-support] node via XeroBank

2008-08-05 Thread Chris Burge
Sorry, my statement was intended to note that when using a digital transaction a credit card was used much more than digital gold carriers. Actually, the number one use in transferring terrorist money by Bin Laden is something called Hawala Banking. It has been around in Eastern societies for

[freenet-support] node via XeroBank

2008-08-04 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Sunday 03 August 2008 03:34, Hierophant wrote: > --- toad at amphibian.dyndns.org wrote: > > > From: Matthew Toseland > > To: support at freenetproject.org, hierophant at hell.com > > Cc: Steve Topletz > > Subject: Re: [freenet-support] (no subject) > > Date: Sat, 2 Aug 2008 21:08:20 +0100 >

[freenet-support] node via XeroBank

2008-08-04 Thread Chris Burge
Hardly ever post here but I'm totally enjoying this message chain. EGold is a US based company that created a currency (e-gold) based on gold grams. They are, I think, the first out there to do that but their vulnerability appeared when they were raided in April 2007 for money laundering. They

Re: [freenet-support] node via XeroBank

2008-08-04 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Sunday 03 August 2008 03:34, Hierophant wrote: --- [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: From: Matthew Toseland [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: support@freenetproject.org, [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: Steve Topletz [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [freenet-support] (no subject) Date: Sat, 2 Aug 2008 21:08:20

[freenet-support] node via XeroBank

2008-08-02 Thread Hierophant
--- toad at amphibian.dyndns.org wrote: > From: Matthew Toseland > To: support at freenetproject.org, hierophant at hell.com > Cc: Steve Topletz > Subject: Re: [freenet-support] (no subject) > Date: Sat, 2 Aug 2008 21:08:20 +0100 > > > > Cool. However I would point out that there is an

Re: [freenet-support] node via XeroBank

2008-08-02 Thread Hierophant
--- [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: From: Matthew Toseland [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: support@freenetproject.org, [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: Steve Topletz [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [freenet-support] (no subject) Date: Sat, 2 Aug 2008 21:08:20 +0100 snip Cool. However I would point out that there

[freenet-support] Node complains: Please forward UDP port xxx

2008-04-24 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Thursday 24 April 2008 18:45, bbackde at googlemail.com wrote: > Ok, that is what the node message says. The point is that I never saw > this message before, and the node now always shows this message, even > when the node runs for >24 hours. So something was changed in the node > code.

[freenet-support] Node complains: Please forward UDP port xxx

2008-04-24 Thread bbac...@googlemail.com
Ok, that is what the node message says. The point is that I never saw this message before, and the node now always shows this message, even when the node runs for >24 hours. So something was changed in the node code. I will ignore it. On Thu, Apr 24, 2008 at 7:29 PM, Matthew Toseland wrote: >

[freenet-support] Node complains: Please forward UDP port xxx

2008-04-24 Thread bbac...@googlemail.com
Starting with 1142 the node complains that the UDP port is not forwarded. It is actually forwarded, and was forwarded always without problems... Other apps do not complain about their forwarded port. Am I the only one who has this problem? Can I ignore it?

[freenet-support] Node complains: Please forward UDP port xxx

2008-04-24 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Thursday 24 April 2008 17:54, bbackde at googlemail.com wrote: > Starting with 1142 the node complains that the UDP port is not forwarded. > It is actually forwarded, and was forwarded always without problems... > > Other apps do not complain about their forwarded port. Other apps are

[freenet-support] Node complains: Please forward UDP port xxx

2008-04-24 Thread bbackde
Starting with 1142 the node complains that the UDP port is not forwarded. It is actually forwarded, and was forwarded always without problems... Other apps do not complain about their forwarded port. Am I the only one who has this problem? Can I ignore it?

[freenet-support] Node shredders my hard disk

2008-01-03 Thread Matthew Toseland
Is the disk the store is on full, or anywhere near full? This is a good point made below. Apart from that, are you sure it's the store that is the problem? The node uses disk for lots of other things. On Thursday 03 January 2008 00:21, Jack O'Lantern wrote: > Hi bback, > > > --- bbackde at

[freenet-support] Node shredders my hard disk

2008-01-02 Thread bbac...@googlemail.com
My cache (100gb) is full. Since it reaches 100% the node very often works extensively on my hard disk (searches old data to overwrite?). This leads to a never stopping 100% access rate to my disk, and I fear that the disk will die soon under this load. Is there anything that can be done to avoid

[freenet-support] Node shredders my hard disk

2008-01-02 Thread Jack O'Lantern
Hi bback, --- bbackde at googlemail.com wrote: > My cache (100gb) is full. Since it reaches 100% the node very often > works extensively on my hard disk (searches old data to overwrite?). Maybe it's your OS accessing fragmented files? > This leads to a never stopping 100% access rate to my

[freenet-support] Node still restarting after 1073 update

2007-11-20 Thread bbac...@googlemail.com
I opened a bug against this before some time: https://bugs.freenetproject.org/view.php?id=1782 By default the node don't shrinks during online time (as recommended in the configuration page). It tries to shrink during startup, but this takes endless ages! So it is currently not really possible

[freenet-support] Node still restarting after 1073 update

2007-11-20 Thread Julien Cornuwel aka batosai
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hi, My node auto-updated to 1073 yesterday evening and it is not yet up : Your freenet node is starting up, please hold on. Current status INFO | jvm 4 | 2007/11/20 11:08:53 | Moving blocks: 0% ( 12287/1573376) ... I think it is because I decided

[freenet-support] Node still restarting after 1073 update

2007-11-20 Thread Julien Cornuwel aka batosai
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hi, My node auto-updated to 1073 yesterday evening and it is not yet up : Your freenet node is starting up, please hold on. Current status INFO | jvm 4 | 2007/11/20 11:08:53 | Moving blocks: 0% ( 12287/1573376) ... I think it is because I decided

[freenet-support] Node rejecting requests

2007-08-08 Thread batosai
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 hi, My freenet-latest.log is filled with dozens of : ao?t 07, 2007 22:05:02:011 (freenet.node.NodeDispatcher, MessageCore packet receiver thread on port X, NORMAL): Rejecting request from X.X.X.X:X preemptively because Output bandwidth

[freenet-support] Node rejecting requests

2007-08-07 Thread batosai
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 hi, My freenet-latest.log is filled with dozens of : août 07, 2007 22:05:02:011 (freenet.node.NodeDispatcher, MessageCore packet receiver thread on port X, NORMAL): Rejecting request from X.X.X.X:X preemptively because Output bandwidth

[freenet-support] Node Error Message

2007-07-16 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Saturday 14 July 2007 01:38, Juiceman wrote: > On 7/13/07, bbackde at googlemail.com wrote: > > Ok so I will update manually to 1043. I have one problem with the > > manual update on WinXP: each time the freenet-ext.jar (which I had in > > version 13) is downdated to version 12. After the node

[freenet-support] Node Error Message

2007-07-16 Thread Matthew Toseland
Means you're connected to a buggy node (a node running a certain recent build). Trunk will identify this and report a different connection error. On Friday 13 July 2007 08:07, bbackde at googlemail.com wrote: > Since yesterday my node shows the following critical message: > > Build too old >

Re: [freenet-support] Node Error Message

2007-07-16 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Saturday 14 July 2007 01:38, Juiceman wrote: On 7/13/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ok so I will update manually to 1043. I have one problem with the manual update on WinXP: each time the freenet-ext.jar (which I had in version 13) is downdated to version 12. After the

[freenet-support] Node Error Message

2007-07-13 Thread Juiceman
On 7/13/07, bbackde at googlemail.com wrote: > Ok so I will update manually to 1043. I have one problem with the > manual update on WinXP: each time the freenet-ext.jar (which I had in > version 13) is downdated to version 12. After the node startup the > node complains ("A new stable version of

[freenet-support] Node Error Message

2007-07-13 Thread bbac...@googlemail.com
Ok so I will update manually to 1043. I have one problem with the manual update on WinXP: each time the freenet-ext.jar (which I had in version 13) is downdated to version 12. After the node startup the node complains ("A new stable version of Freenet is available It seems that your node isn't

[freenet-support] Node Error Message

2007-07-13 Thread Matthew Toseland
Means you're connected to a buggy node (a node running a certain recent build). Trunk will identify this and report a different connection error. On Friday 13 July 2007 08:07, bbackde at googlemail.com wrote: > Since yesterday my node shows the following critical message: > > Build too old >

[freenet-support] Node Error Message

2007-07-13 Thread bbac...@googlemail.com
Since yesterday my node shows the following critical message: Build too old This node's software is older than the oldest version (Build #1041) allowed by the newest peers we try to connect to. Please update your node as soon as possible as you will not be able to connect to peers labeled "TOO

[freenet-support] Node won't start

2007-03-10 Thread Andrew Walker
On Friday 09 March 2007 19:44:11 Matthew Toseland wrote: > Please try the latest trunk version of freenet: > http://downloads.freenetproject.org/alpha/freenet-r12067-snapshot.jar > (Save that over your freenet.jar, and then start the node). > > Does that fix it? > > On Fri, Mar 09, 2007 at

Re: [freenet-support] Node won't start

2007-03-10 Thread Andrew Walker
On Friday 09 March 2007 19:44:11 Matthew Toseland wrote: Please try the latest trunk version of freenet: http://downloads.freenetproject.org/alpha/freenet-r12067-snapshot.jar (Save that over your freenet.jar, and then start the node). Does that fix it? On Fri, Mar 09, 2007 at 07:00:10PM

[freenet-support] Node won't start

2007-03-09 Thread Matthew Toseland
Please try the latest trunk version of freenet: http://downloads.freenetproject.org/alpha/freenet-r12067-snapshot.jar (Save that over your freenet.jar, and then start the node). Does that fix it? On Fri, Mar 09, 2007 at 07:00:10PM +, Andrew Walker wrote: > On Friday 09 March 2007 18:42:31

[freenet-support] Node won't start

2007-03-09 Thread Andrew Walker
On Friday 09 March 2007 18:42:31 Matthew Toseland wrote: > Please delete wrapper.log and then restart. Once it has failed send me > the *full* wrapper.log. This is most likely some sort of timeout > problem; we can probably fix it. > > On Fri, Mar 09, 2007 at 06:35:31PM +, Andrew Walker wrote:

[freenet-support] Node won't start

2007-03-09 Thread Matthew Toseland
Please delete wrapper.log and then restart. Once it has failed send me the *full* wrapper.log. This is most likely some sort of timeout problem; we can probably fix it. On Fri, Mar 09, 2007 at 06:35:31PM +, Andrew Walker wrote: > I'm running Gentoo Linux and can't get my node to start. I get

[freenet-support] Node won't start

2007-03-09 Thread Andrew Walker
I'm running Gentoo Linux and can't get my node to start. I get the following message running as console. vm 5| Deleted 0 of 0 temporary files (0 non-temp files in temp directory) in jvm 5| Initializing USK Manager wrapper | JVM did not exit on request, terminated wrapper | JVM exited

[freenet-support] Node won't start

2007-03-09 Thread Andrew Walker
I'm running Gentoo Linux and can't get my node to start. I get the following message running as console. vm 5| Deleted 0 of 0 temporary files (0 non-temp files in temp directory) in jvm 5| Initializing USK Manager wrapper | JVM did not exit on request, terminated wrapper | JVM exited

Re: [freenet-support] Node won't start

2007-03-09 Thread Matthew Toseland
Please delete wrapper.log and then restart. Once it has failed send me the *full* wrapper.log. This is most likely some sort of timeout problem; we can probably fix it. On Fri, Mar 09, 2007 at 06:35:31PM +, Andrew Walker wrote: I'm running Gentoo Linux and can't get my node to start. I get

Re: [freenet-support] Node won't start

2007-03-09 Thread Andrew Walker
On Friday 09 March 2007 18:42:31 Matthew Toseland wrote: Please delete wrapper.log and then restart. Once it has failed send me the *full* wrapper.log. This is most likely some sort of timeout problem; we can probably fix it. On Fri, Mar 09, 2007 at 06:35:31PM +, Andrew Walker wrote:

[freenet-support] Node doesn't start anymore... "java.lang.NoSuchFieldError: config"

2006-12-23 Thread freenetw...@web.de
>Doesn't happen here. Maybe an SVN/compiling glitch? You did compile it >yourself, correct? With sun java or GCJ? 1. "ant clean" 2. delete test folder contents as it depends on junit, regardless the proclamation of default target being independent of them now it still is (here) 3. "ant" 4.

[freenet-support] Node doesn't start anymore... "java.lang.NoSuchFieldError: config"

2006-12-23 Thread Matthew Toseland
Doesn't happen here. Maybe an SVN/compiling glitch? You did compile it yourself, correct? With sun java or GCJ? On Thu, Dec 21, 2006 at 10:30:32PM +0100, freenetwork at web.de wrote: > ...and once again one of the recent change broke my node... *sigh* > build 11507 > > > Initializing SSK

[freenet-support] Node doesn't start anymore... "java.lang.NoSuchFieldError: config"

2006-12-22 Thread freenetw...@web.de
Bug still in build 11514 :( >As far as I know this is fixed. >On Fri, Dec 22, 2006 at 07:43:09AM +0100, freenetwork at web.de wrote: >> >> ...and once again one of the recent change broke my node... *sigh* >> >> build 11507 >> >> >>=20 >> >You realize you are running "unstable(testing)" builds

[freenet-support] Node doesn't start anymore... "java.lang.NoSuchFieldError: config"

2006-12-22 Thread Matthew Toseland
As far as I know this is fixed. On Fri, Dec 22, 2006 at 07:43:09AM +0100, freenetwork at web.de wrote: > >> ...and once again one of the recent change broke my node... *sigh* > >> build 11507 > >> > > >You realize you are running "unstable(testing)" builds of alpha > >software, right? If you

[freenet-support] Node doesn't start anymore..."java.lang.NoSuchFieldError:

2006-12-22 Thread Volodya
damian alexander wrote: > im running 0.5 & what was wrong with my tone ? I think the message about the tone wasn't for you, my friend. - Volodya -- http://freedom.libsyn.com/ Voice of Freedom, Radical Podcast http://freeselfdefence.info/ Self-defence wiki

[freenet-support] Node doesn't start anymore... "java.lang.NoSuchFieldError: config"

2006-12-22 Thread freenetw...@web.de
>> ...and once again one of the recent change broke my node... *sigh* >> build 11507 >> >You realize you are running "unstable(testing)" builds of alpha >software, right? If you aren't doing it to test the software, I >suggest you stick to the "stable" releases. If you are reporting a >bug,

[freenet-support] Node doesn't start anymore..."java.lang.NoSuchFieldError:

2006-12-22 Thread damian alexander
im running 0.5 & what was wrong with my tone ? >From: Juiceman >Reply-To: support at freenetproject.org >To: support at freenetproject.org >Subject: Re: [freenet-support] Node doesn't start >anymore..."java.lang.NoSuchFieldError: config" >Date: Thu, 21 Dec 20

Re: [freenet-support] Node doesn't start anymore...java.lang.NoSuchFieldError:

2006-12-22 Thread Volodya
damian alexander wrote: im running 0.5 what was wrong with my tone ? I think the message about the tone wasn't for you, my friend. - Volodya -- http://freedom.libsyn.com/ Voice of Freedom, Radical Podcast http://freeselfdefence.info/ Self-defence wiki

[freenet-support] Node doesn't start anymore... "java.lang.NoSuchFieldError: config"

2006-12-21 Thread freenetw...@web.de
...and once again one of the recent change broke my node... *sigh* build 11507 Initializing SSK Datacache (15344 keys) Opening database using .\ssk-xxx.cache Opening block db index Keys in store: db 4422 file 4422 / max 15344 Deleted 0 of 0 temporary files (0 non-temp files in temp directory) in

[freenet-support] Node doesn't start anymore... "java.lang.NoSuchFieldError: config"

2006-12-21 Thread Juiceman
On 12/21/06, freenetwork at web.de wrote: > ...and once again one of the recent change broke my node... *sigh* > build 11507 > You realize you are running "unstable(testing)" builds of alpha software, right? If you aren't doing it to test the software, I suggest you stick to the "stable"

Re: [freenet-support] Node doesn't start anymore... java.lang.NoSuchFieldError: config

2006-12-21 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
...and once again one of the recent change broke my node... *sigh* build 11507 You realize you are running unstable(testing) builds of alpha software, right? If you aren't doing it to test the software, I suggest you stick to the stable releases. If you are reporting a bug, could you choose

[freenet-support] Node not starting

2006-07-28 Thread Matthew Toseland
Two copies of freenet running perhaps? On Thu, Jul 27, 2006 at 02:05:30AM +0200, Jano wrote: > Ok, after many weeks of no problems, after some update (I don't know what > one, I have a cron job doing this), everytime I launch the node it dies > almost instantly, and the wrapper.log contains this:

[freenet-support] Node not starting

2006-07-27 Thread Jano
Ok, after many weeks of no problems, after some update (I don't know what one, I have a cron job doing this), everytime I launch the node it dies almost instantly, and the wrapper.log contains this: STATUS | wrapper | 2006/07/27 02:04:53 | --> Wrapper Started as Daemon STATUS | wrapper |

[freenet-support] Node not starting

2006-07-26 Thread Jano
Ok, after many weeks of no problems, after some update (I don't know what one, I have a cron job doing this), everytime I launch the node it dies almost instantly, and the wrapper.log contains this: STATUS | wrapper | 2006/07/27 02:04:53 | -- Wrapper Started as Daemon STATUS | wrapper |

[freenet-support] Node does not start again when reset (Windows)

2006-07-11 Thread Matthew Toseland
Did you try to reinstall the node? On Sun, Jul 09, 2006 at 10:38:19PM +0200, Ortwin Regel wrote: > Does anyone have any idea about my problem? I'm on Windows. What I > did: Install freenet, stopped freenet, updated it, started it, added a > node, stopped it, started it. It doesn't want to start

[freenet-support] Node does not start again when reset (Windows)

2006-07-10 Thread Volodya
Ortwin Regel wrote: > All my directories as well as my ini use the port number 13767. So why > does the program expect the port number 61133?! I can't find it in the > ini or anywhere else. > > On 7/9/06, * Volodya* > wrote: > > Ortwin Regel

[freenet-support] Node does not start again when reset (Windows)

2006-07-10 Thread Ortwin Regel
All my directories as well as my ini use the port number 13767. So why does the program expect the port number 61133?! I can't find it in the ini or anywhere else. On 7/9/06, Volodya wrote: > > Ortwin Regel wrote: > > Does anyone have any idea about my problem? I'm on Windows. What I > > did:

Re: [freenet-support] Node does not start again when reset (Windows)

2006-07-10 Thread Volodya
Ortwin Regel wrote: All my directories as well as my ini use the port number 13767. So why does the program expect the port number 61133?! I can't find it in the ini or anywhere else. On 7/9/06, * Volodya* [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ortwin Regel wrote: Does

Re: [freenet-support] Node does not start again when reset (Windows)

2006-07-10 Thread Matthew Toseland
Did you try to reinstall the node? On Sun, Jul 09, 2006 at 10:38:19PM +0200, Ortwin Regel wrote: Does anyone have any idea about my problem? I'm on Windows. What I did: Install freenet, stopped freenet, updated it, started it, added a node, stopped it, started it. It doesn't want to start

[freenet-support] Node does not start again when reset (Windows)

2006-07-09 Thread Ortwin Regel
Does anyone have any idea about my problem? I'm on Windows. What I did: Install freenet, stopped freenet, updated it, started it, added a node, stopped it, started it. It doesn't want to start again with an error 1067. Happens everytime I connect it to at least one node and then try to restart.

[freenet-support] Node does not start again when reset (Windows)

2006-07-09 Thread Volodya
Ortwin Regel wrote: > Does anyone have any idea about my problem? I'm on Windows. What I > did: Install freenet, stopped freenet, updated it, started it, added a > node, stopped it, started it. It doesn't want to start again with an > error 1067. Happens everytime I connect it to at least one node

[freenet-support] Node does not start again when reset (Windows)

2006-07-09 Thread Ortwin Regel
Does anyone have any idea about my problem? I'm on Windows. What I did: Install freenet, stopped freenet, updated it, started it, added a node, stopped it, started it. It doesn't want to start again with an error 1067. Happens everytime I connect it to at least one node and then try to restart.

Re: [freenet-support] Node does not start again when reset (Windows)

2006-07-09 Thread Volodya
Ortwin Regel wrote: Does anyone have any idea about my problem? I'm on Windows. What I did: Install freenet, stopped freenet, updated it, started it, added a node, stopped it, started it. It doesn't want to start again with an error 1067. Happens everytime I connect it to at least one node and

Re: [freenet-support] Node does not start again when reset (Windows)

2006-07-09 Thread Ortwin Regel
All my directories as well as my ini use the port number 13767. So why does the program expect the port number 61133?! I can't find it in the ini or anywhere else.On 7/9/06, Volodya [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ortwin Regel wrote: Does anyone have any idea about my problem? I'm on Windows. What I

[freenet-support] Node bandwidth with ADSL

2005-06-27 Thread madcrow
I'm running a node on a 512/128 ADSL connection with a 25GB per month limit. I need to constrain the amount of traffic passing through the node (set at 1GB size)to not more than say 6GB of outgoing traffic per month. Is it just a matter of setting the max and min in the settings file? Or can I

Re: [freenet-support] Node transient setting problem

2005-02-19 Thread Matthew Toseland
You can't. Transient is deprecated. Oh, and thanks. On Thu, Feb 17, 2005 at 11:20:15PM +0200, DreamLander wrote: I have a dial-up connection to the internet and I read that would be good for the FreeNet to set from Node Availability to Node is transient. My current setting is Node

[freenet-support] Node transient setting problem

2005-02-17 Thread DreamLander
I have a dial-up connection to the internet and I read that would be good for the FreeNet to set from Node Availability to Node is transient. My current setting is Node Availability,and I can't check the Node is transient because these are disabled in Normal Settings tab. I tried to check the

Re: [freenet-support] Node transient setting problem

2005-02-17 Thread vinyl1
I think they got rid of transient nodes quite a while back, maybe about a year ago. Even then, you had to edit your configuration file manually.You can still do that, but it won't have any effect.-Original Message- I have a dial-up connection to the internet and I read that would be

[freenet-support] Node config - streambuffersize

2005-02-12 Thread BlueStar88
Hi, i've set streamBufferSize to another value. This was the result : 12:49:47 Option streamBufferSize changed to 65536 but no handler was available. java.lang.NoSuchMethodException:

Re: [freenet-support] Node config - streambuffersize

2005-02-12 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Sat, Feb 12, 2005 at 12:58:52PM +0100, BlueStar88 wrote: Hi, i've set streamBufferSize to another value. This was the result : 12:49:47 Option streamBufferSize changed to 65536 but no handler was available.

[freenet-support] node config suggestions on high bandwidth situation and a maybe-bug

2005-02-12 Thread BlueStar88
Hi again, i'm running a node on a high power root-server with very high bandwidth. Are there special suggestions about tuning the node the right way? Here some of my settings: dontLimitClients=true

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