Re: [freenet-support] Freenet will not start on OS X - problem with wrapper-macosx-universal-32?

2009-06-19 Thread steve
Hi, if you still have a copy of freenet installed you can fix it like this:

Replace the run.sh script in /Applications/Freenet/ with the one attached to
this message, it includes the fix that should be going out in the installer
shortly.

If you have any problems let us know.


On Wed, Jun 17, 2009 at 1:16 PM, m8 R m8r-sp1...@mailinator.com wrote:

 Good Morning All,

 I'm having a problem getting Freenet to start on my G5 OSX PPC machine.
 Appologies if I don't provide enough information, I'm happy to send what I
 can if more information is requested.

 So far:

 I initally downloaded the freenet installer from the freenet project (
 http://checksums.freenetproject.org/latest/freenet.jnlp) and it (appeared)
 to successfully install freenet into my Applications directory, which is its
 default. After the install, a browser window to http://127.0.0.1:opened, 
 but Firefox said it failed to connect to a server. I gave it a
 minute, and tried the URL again. Still nothing.

 After several retries of browsing to the freenet server URL, I checked my
 Console and saw an error log had been generated:

 ===
 6/17/09 7:57:01 AM ReportCrash[449] Formulating crash report for process
 wrapper-macosx-universal-32[448]

 6/17/09 7:57:01 AM ReportCrash[449] Saved crashreport to
 /Users/home/Library/Logs/CrashReporter/wrapper-macosx-universal-32_2009-06-17-075701_mac-4.crash
 using uid: 501 gid: 20, euid: 501 egid: 20
 ===

 So, I checked out the error log. Here's what it said:

 
 Process: wrapper-macosx-universal-32 [448]
 Path:/Applications/Freenet/./bin/wrapper-macosx-universal-32
 Identifier:  wrapper-macosx-universal-32
 Version: ??? (???)
 Code Type:   PPC (Native)
 Parent Process:  launchd [1]

 Date/Time:   2009-06-17 07:57:01.752 -0100
 OS Version:  Mac OS X 10.5.7 (9J61)
 Report Version:  6

 Exception Type:  EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGSEGV)
 Exception Codes: KERN_INVALID_ADDRESS at 0x0000
 Crashed Thread:  0

 Thread 0 Crashed:
 0   libSystem.B.dylib 0x8c1c __memcpy + 1148
 (cpu_capabilities.h:237)
 1   wrapper-macosx-universal-32   0x000127c0 addProperty + 272
 2   wrapper-macosx-universal-32   0x00012b54 getStringProperty + 68
 3   wrapper-macosx-universal-32   0x7de8 wrapperRunConsole + 264
 4   wrapper-macosx-universal-32   0x000113a0 main + 912
 5   wrapper-macosx-universal-32   0x202c _start + 744
 6   wrapper-macosx-universal-32   0x1d3c start + 44

 Thread 1:
 0   libSystem.B.dylib 0x93777378 mach_wait_until + 8
 1   libSystem.B.dylib 0x938026ec nanosleep + 324
 2   wrapper-macosx-universal-32   0xef68 wrapperSleep + 216
 3   wrapper-macosx-universal-32   0xf110 timerRunner + 192
 4   libSystem.B.dylib 0x937b90c4 _pthread_start + 316

 Thread 0 crashed with PPC Thread State 32:
   srr0: 0x8c1c  srr1: 0x0200f030   dar: 0x0000 dsisr: 0x4200
 r0: 0x0003r1: 0xb4b0r2: 0xr3: 0x00101e30
 r4: 0x00014ab0r5: 0xfff0r6: 0xffefr7: 0xffdf
 r8: 0xffcfr9: 0x   r10: 0x   r11: 0x0001c258
r12: 0x00100020   r13: 0x   r14: 0x   r15: 0x
r16: 0x   r17: 0x   r18: 0x   r19: 0x
r20: 0x   r21: 0x   r22: 0x   r23: 0x
r24: 0x   r25: 0x   r26: 0x00100400   r27: 0x00101e30
r28: 0x001021a0   r29: 0x00016900   r30: 0x   r31: 0x000126c0
 cr: 0x44000220   xer: 0xlr: 0x000128ac   ctr: 0x0387
 vrsave: 0xfff8

 Binary Images:
 0x1000 -0x1bff7 +wrapper-macosx-universal-32 ??? (???)
 d460ece98574abdeac3b12bca8c9a2d2
 /Applications/Freenet/bin/wrapper-macosx-universal-32
 0x8fe0 - 0x8fe30c23  dyld 97.1 (???) 8dc1fc6c74fe1f055be16980dd45001e
 /usr/lib/dyld
 0x93776000 - 0x93916ff3  libSystem.B.dylib ??? (???)
 9f5a942d2b2795adb9a42ef04f018f8a /usr/lib/libSystem.B.dylib
 0x93c24000 - 0x93c2fffb  libgcc_s.1.dylib ??? (???)
 ea47fd375407f162c76d14d64ba246cd /usr/lib/libgcc_s.1.dylib
 0x96411000 - 0x96416ff6  libmathCommon.A.dylib ??? (???)
 /usr/lib/system/libmathCommon.A.dylib
 0x8000 - 0x9703  libSystem.B.dylib ??? (???)
 /usr/lib/libSystem.B.dylib

 

 I also verified that wrapper-macosx-universal-32 did not appear in the
 process list of my Activity Monitor.

 After the error, I hopped into the Terminal and executed

 ./run.sh start

 which yielded this in the Terminal window:

 mac:freenet $ ./run.sh start
 Starting Freenet 0.7...
 Removed stale pid file: /Applications/Freenet/./Freenet.pid
 mac:freenet $

 Running run.sh only produced another error in the Console, and another
 error log. Both the error in the Console and the error log were exactly the
 same as the original error, except the pid and timestamps were advanced
 appropriately.

 After this, I then followed the guides for the linux 

Re: [freenet-support] Freenet will not start on OS X - problem with wrapper-macosx-universal-32?

2009-06-19 Thread m8 R
On 2009-06-19 06:14, steve wrote:
 Hi, if you still have a copy of freenet installed you can fix it like
this:

 Replace the run.sh script in /Applications/Freenet/ with the one attached
to
 this message, it includes the fix that should be going out in the
installer
 shortly.

 If you have any problems let us know.



Hi Steve and Matthew,

Thank you for the the responses! I do still have Freenet installed, but
unfortunately the run.sh script file Steve attached to his reply was
stripped from the email l received (as well as from the mailing list archive
@ freenetproject.org). Is it possible to resend the script, or send the
contents of the script in the body of an email?

When I receive it I'll try running the script and post the results back in
the mailing list.


Thank you again!

M8
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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet will not start on OS X - problem with wrapper-macosx-universal-32?

2009-06-19 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Friday 19 June 2009 18:12:19 m8 R wrote:
 On 2009-06-19 06:14, steve wrote:
  Hi, if you still have a copy of freenet installed you can fix it like
 this:
 
  Replace the run.sh script in /Applications/Freenet/ with the one attached
 to
  this message, it includes the fix that should be going out in the
 installer
  shortly.
 
  If you have any problems let us know.
 
 Hi Steve and Matthew,
 
 Thank you for the the responses! I do still have Freenet installed, but
 unfortunately the run.sh script file Steve attached to his reply was
 stripped from the email l received (as well as from the mailing list archive
 @ freenetproject.org). Is it possible to resend the script, or send the
 contents of the script in the body of an email?
 
 When I receive it I'll try running the script and post the results back in
 the mailing list.

It may be better to try the new, fixed installer. You can get it from:

http://freenet.googlecode.com/files/new_installer_offline_1222-mac-ppc-fix.jar

Since this is a jar file rather than a Java Web Start installer, you will need 
to run it from a command line. Open a terminal, cd to the directory where the 
file is, and type:

java -jar new_installer_offline_1222-mac-ppc-fix.jar

Please let us know whether this works. Reply to the support list, not to me, as 
I will be away from tomorrow until next Saturday. Thanks.
 
 Thank you again!


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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet will not start on OS X - problem with wrapper-macosx-universal-32?

2009-06-19 Thread m8 R
On 2009-06-19 17:30, Matthew Toseland wrote:


 It may be better to try the new, fixed installer. You can get it from:


 http://freenet.googlecode.com/files/new_installer_offline_1222-mac-ppc-fix.jar

 Since this is a jar file rather than a Java Web Start installer, you will
 need to run it from a command line. Open a terminal, cd to the directory
 where the file is, and type:

 java -jar new_installer_offline_1222-mac-ppc-fix.jar

 Please let us know whether this works. Reply to the support list, not to
 me, as I will be away from tomorrow until next Saturday. Thanks.
 
  Thank you again!


Success! ;-)

I've downloaded the JAR and followed your instructions and Freenet now
works! My node has been running for almost an hour, and I have been able to
access files on the Freenet network without any problems.

Thank you and Steve again for your help and for working on this project!


M8
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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet will not start on OS X - problem with wrapper-macosx-universal-32?

2009-06-18 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Wednesday 17 June 2009 18:16:48 m8 R wrote:
 Good Morning All,
 
 I'm having a problem getting Freenet to start on my G5 OSX PPC machine.
 Appologies if I don't provide enough information, I'm happy to send what I
 can if more information is requested.
 
 So far:
 
 I initally downloaded the freenet installer from the freenet project (
 http://checksums.freenetproject.org/latest/freenet.jnlp) and it (appeared)
 to successfully install freenet into my Applications directory, which is its
 default. After the install, a browser window to
 http://127.0.0.1:opened, but Firefox said it failed to connect
 to a server. I gave it a
 minute, and tried the URL again. Still nothing.
 
 After several retries of browsing to the freenet server URL, I checked my
 Console and saw an error log had been generated:
 
 ===
 6/17/09 7:57:01 AM ReportCrash[449] Formulating crash report for process
 wrapper-macosx-universal-32[448]
 
 6/17/09 7:57:01 AM ReportCrash[449] Saved crashreport to
 /Users/home/Library/Logs/CrashReporter/wrapper-macosx-universal-32_2009-06-17-075701_mac-4.crash
 using uid: 501 gid: 20, euid: 501 egid: 20
 ===
 
 So, I checked out the error log. Here's what it said:
 
 
 Process: wrapper-macosx-universal-32 [448]
 Path:/Applications/Freenet/./bin/wrapper-macosx-universal-32
 Identifier:  wrapper-macosx-universal-32
 Version: ??? (???)
 Code Type:   PPC (Native)
 Parent Process:  launchd [1]
 
 Date/Time:   2009-06-17 07:57:01.752 -0100
 OS Version:  Mac OS X 10.5.7 (9J61)
 Report Version:  6
 
 Exception Type:  EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGSEGV)
 Exception Codes: KERN_INVALID_ADDRESS at 0x0000
 Crashed Thread:  0
 
 Thread 0 Crashed:
 0   libSystem.B.dylib 0x8c1c __memcpy + 1148
 (cpu_capabilities.h:237)
 1   wrapper-macosx-universal-32   0x000127c0 addProperty + 272
 2   wrapper-macosx-universal-32   0x00012b54 getStringProperty + 68
 3   wrapper-macosx-universal-32   0x7de8 wrapperRunConsole + 264
 4   wrapper-macosx-universal-32   0x000113a0 main + 912
 5   wrapper-macosx-universal-32   0x202c _start + 744
 6   wrapper-macosx-universal-32   0x1d3c start + 44
 
 Thread 1:
 0   libSystem.B.dylib 0x93777378 mach_wait_until + 8
 1   libSystem.B.dylib 0x938026ec nanosleep + 324
 2   wrapper-macosx-universal-32   0xef68 wrapperSleep + 216
 3   wrapper-macosx-universal-32   0xf110 timerRunner + 192
 4   libSystem.B.dylib 0x937b90c4 _pthread_start + 316
 
 Thread 0 crashed with PPC Thread State 32:
   srr0: 0x8c1c  srr1: 0x0200f030   dar: 0x0000 dsisr: 0x4200
 r0: 0x0003r1: 0xb4b0r2: 0xr3: 0x00101e30
 r4: 0x00014ab0r5: 0xfff0r6: 0xffefr7: 0xffdf
 r8: 0xffcfr9: 0x   r10: 0x   r11: 0x0001c258
r12: 0x00100020   r13: 0x   r14: 0x   r15: 0x
r16: 0x   r17: 0x   r18: 0x   r19: 0x
r20: 0x   r21: 0x   r22: 0x   r23: 0x
r24: 0x   r25: 0x   r26: 0x00100400   r27: 0x00101e30
r28: 0x001021a0   r29: 0x00016900   r30: 0x   r31: 0x000126c0
 cr: 0x44000220   xer: 0xlr: 0x000128ac   ctr: 0x0387
 vrsave: 0xfff8
 
 Binary Images:
 0x1000 -0x1bff7 +wrapper-macosx-universal-32 ??? (???)
 d460ece98574abdeac3b12bca8c9a2d2
 /Applications/Freenet/bin/wrapper-macosx-universal-32
 0x8fe0 - 0x8fe30c23  dyld 97.1 (???) 8dc1fc6c74fe1f055be16980dd45001e
 /usr/lib/dyld
 0x93776000 - 0x93916ff3  libSystem.B.dylib ??? (???)
 9f5a942d2b2795adb9a42ef04f018f8a /usr/lib/libSystem.B.dylib
 0x93c24000 - 0x93c2fffb  libgcc_s.1.dylib ??? (???)
 ea47fd375407f162c76d14d64ba246cd /usr/lib/libgcc_s.1.dylib
 0x96411000 - 0x96416ff6  libmathCommon.A.dylib ??? (???)
 /usr/lib/system/libmathCommon.A.dylib
 0x8000 - 0x9703  libSystem.B.dylib ??? (???)
 /usr/lib/libSystem.B.dylib
 
 
 
 I also verified that wrapper-macosx-universal-32 did not appear in the
 process list of my Activity Monitor.
 
 After the error, I hopped into the Terminal and executed
 
 ./run.sh start
 
 which yielded this in the Terminal window:
 
 mac:freenet $ ./run.sh start
 Starting Freenet 0.7...
 Removed stale pid file: /Applications/Freenet/./Freenet.pid
 mac:freenet $
 
 Running run.sh only produced another error in the Console, and another error
 log. Both the error in the Console and the error log were exactly the same
 as the original error, except the pid and timestamps were advanced
 appropriately.
 
 After this, I then followed the guides for the linux style installation,
 as well as the instructions here:
 
 http://wiki.freenetproject.org/FreenetInstallationMacOSX
 
 Each method of installing freenet seems to work and install fine, but each
 generates the *exact* same error messages in the Console.
 
 I'm not too savvy with