On Saturday 08 May 2010 12:26:44 Tijmen 1983 wrote: > Hi, > > I just installed the latest Freenet build from your official site. I also > have the latest Java Runtime (installed it as part of solving this problem). > > I can't figure out what's wrong. I found two people with similar problems, > one of which solved it by updating Java Runtime, the other was asked > reïnstall Freenet (he hasn't replied as of yet). I tried both "solutions" a > multitude of times, yet to no avail. I see the forum is Usenet-based. I'm > not familiar with that hence this mail. > > I am running: > - Windows XP SP3 > - Tiny Firewall (did disable it for a while, to see if that could help..) > - No virusscanner or other form of anti-malware service, I did "Immunize" > via Spybot's service. > - I have shut down a lot of services manually for security reasons. Maybe > there's some sort of dependency? > > Below I copied the errormessage: > *Freenet Starter was unable to control the Freenet system service.* > *Reason: Service did not respond to signal.* > *If the problem keeps occurring, try reinstalling Freenet or report this > error message to the developers.* > ** > Can't think of any other relevant info. If you need to know more, don't > hesitate to ask. I really hope you can help me set up Freenet correctly. > > kind regards, > Tijmen > Unfortunately this is a known problem. Windows installers are hard, and we do some wierd things in ours. We will be putting out a new installer which will be less wierd and hopefully more reliable in the not too distant future. Meanwhile, try this: http://new-wiki.freenetproject.org/Installing/Windows#Service_did_not_respond_to_signal
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