> Man, you can't make a freenet out of internet. Because this will require
> anoter network-layer protocol. It is not all about encryption. However,
> when more users will join, and when the protocol will become more stable,
> it might be possible to include freenet interface into linux kernel and
> allow freenet-only routing for routers. That would be cool, but I hardly
> belive that.

If Freenet was included as a package with all the essential Freenet programs 
into linux, it could be run parallel to the "ordinary Internet".

It is important it to be very easy to install and use, then I think more 
people would begin using it.

I find it alreasy on its way to be more easy to use.

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