On Saturday 03 April 2010 02:02:42 David Lowe wrote: > On 2 Apr, 2010, at 11:47 AM, Matthew Toseland wrote: > > > On Tuesday 29 September 2009 19:01:08 David Lowe wrote: > >> I can't communicate with FreeNet anymore. For a while i couldn't > >> view the interface in a browser, but could launch Thaw.jar by hand. > >> Now however, that doesn't even work. "Firefox can't establish a > >> connection to the server at 127.0.0.1:8888." Safari goes even > >> farther in stating that it can't connect on any port. Is this > >> something that FreeNet is doing in the face of the recent java > >> exploit, or could it be related to a recent security update on my > >> end? Details: OSX 10.4.11, java 1.5 build 19 > > > > Is your Freenet working well now? It looks like some sort of relatively > > minor bug that has presumably been fixed since. > > Since i didn't get any support while this was a current issue, i > deleted Freenet after about a month. Oh, and from my point of view, not > being able to interact with the software at all is not a 'minor bug'. I was > disappointed that a product marked as a 'stable' version could be this badly > broken, and don't expect to try it again at least until the next major > revision. It is also disappointing that i apparently was unable to > completely uninstall Freenet - that machine still refuses to sleep, which > started when i installed Freenet.
Well then it probably IS running! Did you at least manage to remove the directory? > > Sent from my MacBookPro > > Be careful when playing under the anvil tree. >
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