On Fri, 09 Oct 2009 11:38:47 +0700, l...@hushmail.com wrote: > On Thu, 08 Oct 2009 19:04:34 +0700, Evan Daniel wrote: > Please send replies to the support list; it makes it easier for > others > to help with the problem, and for anyone with the same problem to > see > the answer. (Unless, of course, you're sending info you'd like > kept > private.) > > Sorry about that. I will post to support from now on and thank you > for directing me to the proper procedures. I like that. > > I think I'm sort of averaging around 8-10 peers. I accidentally > clicked something and it opened a separate tab showing "connected > > and one "busy". This was with a total of 19 peers at the time. > > I don't know about this next thing. > The Freenet Installer icon was on my desktop. I just put it into a > folder. When I opened the folder to look at it (for no good > reason), there was the icon with these words; Freenet Installer- > 1233. > The Freenet page that opens says 1236. Like I said, I downloaded a > new one yesterday but it's called, "freenet-0.7.0-rc1.new-install. > The site said it was the latest. > That doesn't look like the latest to me. > > I have found Build 1236 and will install it.
Out of curiosity, where are you finding all these old builds? It didn't occur to you to visit http://freenetproject.org > Download? :P > How do I uninstall Freenet 1233, Freemail, Frost etc.? If there is no "uninstall" shortcut in your start menu, or if it doesn't appear in the "Add/Remove Programs" thingy, simply delete the directories -- cuz, clearly they were installed manually, and thus didn't make any additional registry changes nor added any other files in other system folders. > I am not a command line person but have tried several things. > 'cmd' and then tried to go to the Freenet directory or folder to > change what others have suggested. I also tried 'promt', then > typing in the path but can't get past this message: > > C:\Program\Files\Freenet\ is not recognized as an internal or > external command operable program or batch file. The name of the directory is "Program Files" ... note the space, and not a "Files" subdirectory within "C:\Program". > > Anyway, I'm about fed up with it. I keep searching but cannot find > anything that tells me 'how' to do certain things. The instructions > only say this is what one needs to do. I repeat, I need to know > "how". > > My best bet seems to be completely uninstalling it all so please > some-anyone, does that also mean Java or will that uninstall with a > Freenet uninstall? No. Java is almost certainly a separate package that is used for lots of other different things (unfortunately ;b). > If uninstall goes successfully I intend to install again, but do I > install Thunderbird before or after Freemail? It doesn't matter :P. But to add/access your Freemail account info (ie. your new shiny localhost imap and smtp freemail server), obviously you'll need to have Freemail running (either as a standalone Java process, or as a plugin if you put Freemail.jar in freenet's plugins/ subdirectory, or as a plugin if you add it somehow via freenet's fproxy web interface in the Plugins tab.) > Does Frost come after Freenet? I am assuming so on both counts but > assuming isn't for sure. Yes. Freenet is like the transport/storage layer, and Frost is like a download manager that sits on top of that layer. Same with Freemail -- it uses Freenet's transport layer to distribute email. > Okay. I'll take some more deep breaths. :D. That always helps. > > Thanks every-anyone. _______________________________________________ Support mailing list Support@freenetproject.org http://news.gmane.org/gmane.network.freenet.support Unsubscribe at http://emu.freenetproject.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/support Or mailto:support-requ...@freenetproject.org?subject=unsubscribe