When was outputBandwidthLimit EVER in kilobytes/sec? Maybe the Windows
configurator used kB/sec...

On Tue, Jul 13, 2004 at 01:46:29AM +0200, Florian Streck wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 12, 2004 at 11:07:00PM +0100, Toad wrote:
> > On Sun, Jul 11, 2004 at 08:50:55AM +0200, Garb wrote:
> > > Yes, it works really well. And the default Blackdown JAVA-install works
> > > right out of the box too, eliminating the need for messing aroud with SUN
> > > JRE. I've had Freenet running on several distros, but Gentoo is definitely
> > > the easiest one to work with.
> > 
> > Blackdown works well with Freenet? I heard one bad report...
> 
> This was not perhaps my report? I had serious trouble some time ago
> (using blackdown on linux ...). But it turned out that there was a
> change in the way the freenet.conf file was interpreted. Took me some
> time to realize that the old OutputBandwidthLimit was in kByte and the
> new one in Bytes. And an OutputBandwidthLimit of 4 Bates is just to slow
> for every node ;-)
> 
> Florian
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