I have got 2 computers in a small network. On one pc I already run a unstable node for a long time. Now I wanted to setup an a second node on an other pc, so I installed an stable node with freenet-webinstall.exe there. I also downloaded the noderefs.txt(?minCP=0.05&minConnections=1) from my running node and saved it in freenet-node folder of the other node as seednodes.ref. Then I replaced the freenet.jar file with the unstable one and started freenet.exe. The result was a java.lang.NullPointerException, for more details see the attached cutout of the logfile.
I also tried out to save the seednodes.ref as PC ASCII Format, or download the seednodes from the webserver, nothing was helpful.
This behaviour is always reproduceable. Stable jar-file starts without any problems.
Plattform: WinXP Pro JVM: 1.4.2_03-b02 Freenet: Fred,0.6,1.50,60006,CVS:1.704
Reproduce Steps: 1. Install stable node with freenet-webinstall.exe 2. Replace freenet.jar with freenet-unstable-latest.jar 3. Run freenet.exe
RESULT: Starting fails, java.lang.NullPointerException
Detailed System Information: ---------------------------- Plattform: WinXP Pro, AMD Athlon, 500, 256 MB RAM JVM: Sun, 1.4.2_03-b02 Freenet: Fred,0.6,1.50,60006,CVS:1.704 Internet Connection: DSL: 768 kbit downstream / 128 kbit upstream Data Store: 1 GiB, Percent used: 0
diff default.ini/freenet.ini: ipAddress=XXX listenPort=XXX fcpHosts=127.0.0.1,localhost doAnnounce=yes storeSize=1024M inputBandwidthLimit=70000 outputBandwidthLimit=8000 logLevel=Error rtMaxRefs=51 rtMaxNodes=102 maximumThreads=130
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