[freenet-support] node references

2004-08-13 Thread Robert Greenage
I had a node reference until I had to reformat my hard drive. Can anyone post a node reference link for stable? --- Robert Greenage --- [EMAIL PROTECTED] --- EarthLink: It's your Internet. ___ Support mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [freenet-support] node references

2004-07-08 Thread Toad
On Wed, Jul 07, 2004 at 09:12:59PM -0500, Robert Greenage wrote: is active x required to d/l node references? i have been unable to d/l references using any browser other than ie. after installing the ie patch that alledgely stops ie from allowing javascript to write to teh os /disk i could

[freenet-support] node references

2004-07-07 Thread Robert Greenage
is active x required to d/l node references? i have been unable to d/l references using any browser other than ie. after installing the ie patch that alledgely stops ie from allowing _javascript_ to write toteh os /diski could no longer d/l references. after an uninstall of the patch i could

FW: RE: [freenet-support] node references

2003-12-14 Thread Robert Greenage
--- Robert Greenage --- [EMAIL PROTECTED] --- EarthLink: It's your Internet. [Original Message] From: Robert Greenage [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: 12/12/03 7:03:46 AM Subject: RE: [freenet-support] node references i upgraded to 5050, manually reseeded and i still

RE: [freenet-support] node references

2003-12-12 Thread Robert Greenage
to do differently? [Original Message] From: Niklas Bergh [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: 12/11/03 10:56:19 AM Subject: RE: [freenet-support] node references i am updating my node references. the message says this should only take a minute. It has been

[freenet-support] node references

2003-12-11 Thread Robert Greenage
i am updating my node references. the message says this should only take a minute. it has been saying that for over ten minutes now . is that normal? --- Robert Greenage --- [EMAIL PROTECTED] --- EarthLink: It's your Internet. ___ Support mailing

[freenet-support] Node References

2002-05-27 Thread Bob Yarwood
When I try to open the seednodes or myown files, to get a look at what is in them, all that happens is that a DOS window opens, something happens that is obviously some sort of program running, and then it shuts down again. How can I look in the node reference files? Thanx in advance. Bob