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PostPosted: Sun Feb 01, 2004 7:27 am    Post subject: gift tips Reply with quote

gift is the best p2p program for Linux. It takes a little work but it is worth it.
the gift home page
http://gift.sourceforge.net/

this is what you have to emerge

Code:
emerge gift
emerge gift-fasttrack 
emerge gift-gnutella
emerge gift-openft


gift (is the main program)
gift-fasttrack (iplugin for the KaZaA network)
gift-gnutella (plugin for the gnutella network)
gift-openft (plugin for the openft network this network is great realy fast)

Now you nead a frontend for gift. There are lots to choose from but only two that work well

Apollon (This decent KDE clients used to be KdeGiFT, good for KaZaA user )
Code:
ACCEPT_KEYWORDS="~x86" emerge apollon


giFTcurs (Cursed frontend that has been described as "seriously slick". Currently the best client available, and therefore recommended)
Code:
ACCEPT_KEYWORDS="~x86" emerge giftcurs


Now it has to be setup, run this command (you might have to be root)

Code:
gift-setup


Just hiting enter will enter the default

the things I changed were
the firs choce I enterd
Code:
1


plugins I enterd this
Code:
OpenFT:Gnutella:FastTrack


selected a incoming folder

selected a completed folder

Now that it is setup you have to start it like this (don't have to be root)
Code:
giftd -v


you might have to try this more than once. If this does not work than run the setup program agian and make sure everything is enter properly.

Now the frontend
Code:
giFTcurs

or
Code:
apollon


be pacent if you are not getting the result that you think you should, wait a little wile or restart gift that seams to solve the problem

If their are any mistakes pleas tell me and I will fix them. Pleas add tips about gift.

If you can add any tips about using it with a router/firewall that would help alot.

I am still learning alot when it comes to Linux. I am trying to give back to the forums. i hope this helps.

Another gift forum that might help https://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic.php?t=66884&highlight=gift+plugin
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 02, 2004 3:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

This is an excellent and comprehensive 'how to'. Unfortunately, I have tried the steps repeatedly resulting in failure. I had gift installed and working while running a 2.4.20 kernel. Even then I could only get the FastTrack plugin to work for me. There seems to be problem with one plugin working while the other doesn't. Entering the plugins 'OpenFT:Gnutella:FastTrack' will only allow OpenFT to work while FastTrack is 'Unable to start (no idea why)...' And Gnutella isn't trying to connect or isn't being requested to do so. When I change the order I enter the plugins while in 'gift-setup' i get different error messages. I can't get beyond
Code:
giftd -v
. perhaps its the 2.6.1 kernel not agreeing with something else. I dont know but i will keep at it and let you know.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 02, 2004 10:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I've got giftcurs emerged, why won't it run?

Code:

root@woody tjay # ACCEPT_KEYWORDS="~x86" emerge --pretend giftcurs

These are the packages that I would merge, in order:

Calculating dependencies ...done!
[ebuild   R   ] net-p2p/giftcurs-0.6.1-r1

root@woody tjay # giftcurs
bash: giftcurs: command not found
root@woody tjay #
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 02, 2004 11:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great documentation. You just made 2 slight errors.

In order to run giFTcurs you must type:
Code:
 $ giFTcurs

and not:
Code:
 $ giftcurs


Also, you don't need to be root to run
Code:
 $ giftd -v
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Again, great post!
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 03, 2004 12:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ahh, thanks! :D
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 03, 2004 4:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have been stumped over the plugin issue with giFT. Either one or more of the three plugins entered into gift-setup fails to start. Resulting in gift not being started. giftcurs emerged just fine as well as the three plugins. When I check the /usr/share ... directory everything is there. After running
Code:
giftd -v
the plugin config files are gone. If anyone running a 2.6 kernel has something to add for support it would not only benefit me but add to this great documentation.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 03, 2004 4:40 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

shade266 wrote:
I have been stumped over the plugin issue with giFT. Either one or more of the three plugins entered into gift-setup fails to start. Resulting in gift not being started. giftcurs emerged just fine as well as the three plugins. When I check the /usr/share ... directory everything is there. After running
Code:
giftd -v
the plugin config files are gone. If anyone running a 2.6 kernel has something to add for support it would not only benefit me but add to this great documentation.

Same here. Right now, my OpenFT plugin isn't working, and the error message is not helpful at all.
Code:
giftd -v
[20:39] giftd 0.11.4 (Jan 11 2004 19:20:39) started
[20:39] OpenFT: ft_openft.c:151(openft_start): Booya! OpenFT in the house!
[20:39] *** GIFT-ERROR: OpenFT: unable to load OpenFT configuration
[20:39] *** GIFT-FATAL: unable to start 'OpenFT', no idea why (hopefully the protocol provided some info)
[20:39] *** Often times more information can be found in the log file or with the -v command line switch.

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 03, 2004 5:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

*bump* same as snakattack....some of the plugins fail to load
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 03, 2004 5:50 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ok, I took out OpenFT in the plugin list and so far seems to be working
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 03, 2004 7:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I tried to omit one plugin or another as well but so far no go. I don't understand why portage isn't putting the config files where they need to go. I don't expect perfection by any means because then I would become bored with Gentoo. But after 80+ emerges and triple the sum of that in different configs it is growing tiresome. I complain now however, when I get portage and/or the plugins to behave I will add to the documentations.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 03, 2004 6:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

ToucanMan:

I mad the changes changes (thanks for the feedboack)

I can't help with the plugin problem, my first post is what worked for me.
this is what I did when I had problems

Code:
1. run setup again
2. run this command giftd -v over and over
3. look in /usr/portage/net-p2p and make sure you installed the newest version of gift and each plugin
4. try installing the pogram again

I wish I could have helped. once you get it working you will be pleased.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 03, 2004 11:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

OpenFT is SUPPOSED to be there as one of the plugins (as said by the setup util). ALso, I'm not 100% sure but I think I remember seeing during setup that FT and Gnutella won't work at the same time (again not sure, but I think.)

Hopefully this might solve some plugin probs.

Also, after you actually get it working it's better (depends on how you look at it) to use
Code:
gitfd -d

to start it, the -d means detached, so you can use the console for other things while gift is running, if done in a term you can close term wtv and it won't kill the deamon.

**Edit**
Also, when I installed it some of the other plug-ins needed to be configured. I'll look for what files and post back.

Ok I'm not sure, all I can find are templates in /usr/share/giFT/
I found a OpenFT conf file in ~/.giFT/OpenFT/

Check for those because I'm not sure if I used the templates to build the conf so I'm sorry I can't really help more :(

**Edit2**
I'm using 2.6.1 gentoo-dev-sources and that's pretty much what I did, I think it's the same.

**Edit3**
As of this post my giFT deamon starts, but the ui's can't connect...

**Edit4**
Sorry for so many edits, but it works now, before it couldn't access the libOpenFT, try running giftd -w as root and see if that helps
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 04, 2004 1:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Works here almost out-off-the-box with OpenFT:Gnutella:FastTrack

FastTrack installed on a diferent path but that as all of my troubles

thanks for the How-to :)
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 04, 2004 4:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

What I did...

1.
Code:
emerge -v gift giftcurs giftoxic giftui apollon


2.
Code:
ACCEPT_KEYWORDS="~x86" emerge -v gift-openft gift-fasttrack gift-gnutella


3.
Code:
gift-setup
(went on hitting the return key for pretty much everything)

4.
Code:
giftd -d


Both OpenFT and FastTrack work without any problems whatsoever. But gift never manages to get connected to the Gnutella network.

Apollon is really nice. But it's been doing a few weird things on my mostly Gnome desktop setup. To start with, it sometimes opens up 2 or more apollon windows when I hit startx... So I had to stop using it even though I loved its Kazaa-Lite like "preview" and "search more" features.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 04, 2004 7:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here's what I do to run giftd:
First, create a user called giftd, and set gift up for him (gift-setup and all). Set the permissions on his download directories so you can access them (preferably - for a certain group).
Then I've created the following 3 scripts:

~giftd/bin/start-giftd: (chmod a+x)
Code:
#!/bin/sh

RETVAL=0

if [ -z `pidof giftd` ]; then
        giftd -d 2> ~/.giftd.pid;
else
        false;
fi


~giftd/bin/stop-giftd: (chmod a+x)
Code:
#!/bin/sh

if [ -e ~/.giftd.pid ]; then
        PID=`sed 's/.*giFT: //' ~/.giftd.pid`;
        kill $PID;
        if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
                rm ~/.giftd.pid
        fi
elif [ -n `pidof giftd` ]; then
        kill `pidof giftd`;
else
        false;
fi


And finally:
/etc/init.d/giftd: (chmod a+x)
Code:
#!/sbin/runscript

depend() {
        need net
}

start() {
        ebegin "Starting giftd"
        su - giftd -c "~/bin/start-giftd"
        eend $?
}

stop() {
        ebegin "Stopping giftd"
        su - giftd -c "~/bin/stop-giftd"
        eend $?
}


Then you might want to:
Code:
rc-update add giftd default
/etc/init.d/giftd start

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 05, 2004 10:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I had to do only one more thing....

gift-gnutella was installing all the files in /usr/share/giFT/giFT/Gnutella/
(i.e. Gnutella.conf) so, when running giftd -v, said that it can't find Gnutella.conf.
I had to move the Gnutella directory to /usr/share/giFT/Gnutella
this way giftd can find the .conf, but another problem appeared. It tried to copy the Gnutella.conf to ~/.giFT/Gnutella/Gnutela.conf, but it failed!. So I mkdir ~/.giFT/Gnutella/ and cp Gnutela.conf to that new directory.

The same problems happend to FastTrack, and of course, the same procedure solved it.

Thank you for posting all this info!.

Now I have to see why all my downloads get "Remotely Queued", I can't download anything. Or it says connection failed, or remotely queued.

any idea?

p.s. sorry for my english
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 09, 2004 1:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

dub wrote:
I had to do only one more thing....

gift-gnutella was installing all the files in /usr/share/giFT/giFT/Gnutella/
(i.e. Gnutella.conf) so, when running giftd -v, said that it can't find Gnutella.conf.
I had to move the Gnutella directory to /usr/share/giFT/Gnutella
this way giftd can find the .conf, but another problem appeared. It tried to copy the Gnutella.conf to ~/.giFT/Gnutella/Gnutela.conf, but it failed!. So I mkdir ~/.giFT/Gnutella/ and cp Gnutela.conf to that new directory.

The same problems happend to FastTrack, and of course, the same procedure solved it.

Thank you for posting all this info!.

Now I have to see why all my downloads get "Remotely Queued", I can't download anything. Or it says connection failed, or remotely queued.

any idea?

p.s. sorry for my english





Good Lord! I had the same problem, and this procedure solves it. THANKS!
BTW: I hope somebody goes and fixes the ebuilds!

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 09, 2004 5:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Code:
jeff@deepthought jeff $ giftd -v
[21:06] giftd 0.11.4 (Feb  5 2004 15:41:21) started
[21:06] FastTrack: fst_fasttrack.c:298(fst_giftcb_start): starting up
[21:06] *** GIFT-WARNING: FastTrack: Local file "/home/jeff/.giFT/FastTrack/FastTrack.conf" does not exist, copying default from "/usr/share/giFT/FastTrack/FastTrack.conf"
[21:06] *** GIFT-WARNING: FastTrack: Local file "/home/jeff/.giFT/FastTrack/nodes" does not exist, copying default from "/usr/share/giFT/FastTrack/nodes"
[21:06] FastTrack: fst_fasttrack.c:333(fst_giftcb_start): Loaded 647 supernode addresses from nodes file "/home/jeff/.giFT/FastTrack/nodes"
[21:06] *** GIFT-WARNING: FastTrack: Local file "/home/jeff/.giFT/FastTrack/banlist" does not exist, copying default from "/usr/share/giFT/FastTrack/banlist"
[21:06] FastTrack: fst_fasttrack.c:347(fst_giftcb_start): Loaded 591 banned ip ranges from "/home/jeff/.giFT/FastTrack/banlist"
[21:06] FastTrack: fst_fasttrack.c:367(fst_giftcb_start): Http server listening on port 1214
[21:06] FastTrack: fst_fasttrack.c:394(fst_giftcb_start): adding fm2.imesh.com:1214 as temporary index node
[21:06] FastTrack: fst_session.c:107(fst_session_connect): connecting to fm2.imesh.com(212.179.35.118):1214
[21:06] *** GIFT-WARNING: updating index...
[21:06] giFT: giftd.c:711(init_transfer): recovered 0 state transfers
[21:06] giFT: share_cache.c:900(share_write_index): entered
[21:06] giFT: share_cache.c:609(share_build_index): entered
[21:06] giFT: share_cache.c:612(share_build_index): *** creating new shares file[21:06] giFT: share_cache.c:933(share_write_index): descending root: /home/jeff/.giFT/completed...
[21:06] giFT: share_cache.c:518(path_traverse): descending /home/jeff/.giFT/completed...
[21:06] giFT: share_cache.c:1141(share_read_index): entered
[21:06] giFT: share_cache.c:609(share_build_index): entered
[21:06] giFT: share_cache.c:1155(share_read_index): total shares: 0 (0.00MB)
[21:06] *** GIFT-ERROR: poll: Interrupted system call
[21:06] FastTrack: fst_fasttrack.c:115(fst_plugin_session_callback): local ip: 192.168.1.105
[21:06] FastTrack: fst_session.c:527(session_do_handshake): outgoing enc_type: 0xA9, incoming enc_type: 0xA9
[21:06] FastTrack: fst_session.c:367(session_decrypt_packet): remote network name is "fileshare"
[21:06] FastTrack: fst_session.c:553(session_greet_suppernode): sending ip, bandwidth and user name to supernode
[21:06] FastTrack: fst_fasttrack.c:122(fst_plugin_session_callback): supernode connection established to fm2.imesh.com:1214, load: 0%
[21:06] FastTrack: fst_fasttrack.c:160(fst_plugin_session_callback): added 200 received supernode IPs to nodes list
[21:06] FastTrack: fst_fasttrack.c:165(fst_plugin_session_callback): disconnecting from index node
[21:06] FastTrack: fst_session.c:141(fst_session_disconnect): disconnected from fm2.imesh.com:1214
[21:06] FastTrack: fst_session.c:107(fst_session_connect): connecting to 204.185.162.11(204.185.162.11):1407
[21:06] FastTrack: fst_fasttrack.c:115(fst_plugin_session_callback): local ip: 192.168.1.105
[21:06] FastTrack: fst_session.c:527(session_do_handshake): outgoing enc_type: 0xA9, incoming enc_type: 0xA9
[21:06] FastTrack: fst_session.c:367(session_decrypt_packet): remote network name is "KaZaA"
[21:06] FastTrack: fst_session.c:553(session_greet_suppernode): sending ip, bandwidth and user name to supernode
[21:06] FastTrack: fst_fasttrack.c:122(fst_plugin_session_callback): supernode connection established to 204.185.162.11:1407, load: 65%
[21:06] FastTrack: fst_fasttrack.c:160(fst_plugin_session_callback): added 200 received supernode IPs to nodes list
[21:06] FastTrack: fst_fasttrack.c:211(fst_plugin_session_callback): received network name: "KaZaA", sending ours: "KaZaA"
[21:06] FastTrack: fst_fasttrack.c:234(fst_plugin_session_callback): received external ip: (NO IP FOR YOU)
[21:06] FastTrack: fst_fasttrack.c:201(fst_plugin_session_callback): received network stats: 2812964 users, 462567087 files, 3866944 GB
 


and it just stops there. any ideas?

another thing is, how do i start giftui once i get gift working?
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 09, 2004 4:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

It looks like gift *is* working... it usually helps to run it in the background... then run your UI app in another console/window...
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 09, 2004 10:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

To summarize some of the posts above, your ~/.giFT directory should contain subdirectories called OpenFT, Gnutella, and FastTrack. These directories should contain OpenFT.conf, Gnutella.conf, and FastTrack.conf respectively. Also, the OpenFT directory should have a 'nodes' file, and Gnutella should have a 'gwebcaches' file.

If any of these direcotries do not exist, create them manually, then copy the appropriate files from /usr/share/giFT/<plugin>/ or /usr/share/giFT/giFT/<plugin>.

edit: fixed a typo
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 17, 2004 6:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I can't seem to get searches to work. I've had this problem for quite a while. First, I emerged the stuff with portage. Then, I unmerged it all, deleted my .giFT directlry, and installed the full apollon package. It seemed to install a later version of giFTd, but I still have the same problems.

Here's my output, or at least part of it. After this, it generally keeps on finding bad sockets/timeouts. Please help! By the way, I'm running a firewall, but I'm not supposed to be functioning as a search node. Do I need to forward any ports? I already forwarded the ports in the giftd.conf file.

Code:

0:14:42] giftd 0.11.6 (Feb 16 2004 22:46:27) started
[00:14:42] OpenFT: ft_openft.c:256(openft_start): Booya! OpenFT in the house!
[00:14:42] *** GIFT-WARNING: OpenFT: guessing max_active=600
[00:14:42] *** GIFT-ERROR: OpenFT: setrlimit(4096): Invalid argument
[00:14:42] OpenFT: ft_node_cache.c:101(read_cache): opening nodes cache from /home/drell/.giFT/OpenFT/nodes...
[00:14:42] OpenFT: ft_node_cache.c:126(read_cache): successfully read 98 nodes
[00:14:42] OpenFT: ft_session.c:595(ft_session_connect): attempting connection to 68.116.100.143:1215
[00:14:42] OpenFT: ft_conn.c:509(start_connection): 68.116.100.143:1215: costs 30
[00:14:42] OpenFT: ft_session.c:595(ft_session_connect): attempting connection to 207.237.199.219:1214
[00:14:42] OpenFT: ft_conn.c:509(start_connection): 207.237.199.219:1214: costs 18
[00:14:42] OpenFT: ft_session.c:595(ft_session_connect): attempting connection to 131.211.232.225:1215
[00:14:42] OpenFT: ft_conn.c:509(start_connection): 131.211.232.225:1215: costs 20
[00:14:42] OpenFT: ft_session.c:595(ft_session_connect): attempting connection to 213.84.83.5:1454
[00:14:42] OpenFT: ft_conn.c:509(start_connection): 213.84.83.5:1454: costs 16
[00:14:42] OpenFT: ft_session.c:595(ft_session_connect): attempting connection to 209.6.254.95:1929
[00:14:42] OpenFT: ft_conn.c:509(start_connection): 209.6.254.95:1929: costs 4
[00:14:42] OpenFT: ft_session.c:595(ft_session_connect): attempting connection to 65.64.228.79:1611
[00:14:42] OpenFT: ft_conn.c:509(start_connection): 65.64.228.79:1611: costs 4
[00:14:42] OpenFT: ft_conn.c:629(ft_conn_initial): began 6 connections (remaining weight: 0)
[00:14:42] *** GIFT-WARNING: updating index...
[00:14:42] giFT: giftd.c:713(init_transfer): recovered 0 state transfers
[00:14:42] giFT: share_cache.c:905(share_write_index): entered
[00:14:42] giFT: share_cache.c:612(share_build_index): entered
[00:14:42] OpenFT: 207.237.199.219:1214 (INDEX) -> FINAL:
[00:14:42] giFT: share_cache.c:943(share_write_index): descending root: /home/drell/Share...
[00:14:42] giFT: share_cache.c:521(path_traverse): descending /home/drell/Share...
[00:14:42] [00:14:42] OpenFT: 65.64.228.79:1611 (INDEX) -> DISCO: Socket error: Connection refused
giFT: share_cache.c:943(share_write_index): descending root: /home/drell/Video/Star-Trek-TOS...
[00:14:42] giFT: share_cache.c:521(path_traverse): descending /home/drell/Video/Star-Trek-TOS...
[00:14:42] OpenFT: 131.211.232.225:1215 (INDEX) -> FINAL:
[00:14:42] OpenFT: 213.84.83.5:1454 (INDEX) -> FINAL:
[00:14:43] OpenFT: 209.6.254.95:1929 (INDEX) -> DISCO: Socket error: Connection refused
[00:14:43] OpenFT: 207.237.199.219:1214     INDEX (+INDEX)
[00:14:43] OpenFT: 131.211.232.225:1215     INDEX (+INDEX)
[00:14:43] OpenFT: 213.84.83.5:1454         INDEX (+INDEX)
[00:14:44] OpenFT: [131.211.232.225]: ft_sharing.c:143(ft_child_response): request refused
[00:14:44] OpenFT: 131.211.232.225:1215     INDEX (+NONE)
[00:15:42] OpenFT: 68.116.100.143:1215 (SEARCH) -> DISCO: Connection timed out
[00:16:42] OpenFT: ft_conn.c:314(keep_alive): kept 0 connections alive
[00:16:42] OpenFT: ft_conn.c:341(acquire_new_stuff): seeking more parents...
[00:16:42] OpenFT: ft_session.c:595(ft_session_connect): attempting connection to 67.114.250.205:1900
[00:16:42] OpenFT: ft_session.c:595(ft_session_connect): attempting connection to 213.103.42.83:1396
[00:16:42] OpenFT: ft_session.c:595(ft_session_connect): attempting connection to 82.64.174.78:2125
[00:16:42] OpenFT: ft_session.c:595(ft_session_connect): attempting connection to 148.240.117.241:1851
[00:16:42] OpenFT: ft_session.c:595(ft_session_connect): attempting connection to 213.103.205.175:1644
[00:16:42] OpenFT: ft_session.c:595(ft_session_connect): attempting connection to 81.86.224.56:1492
[00:16:42] OpenFT: ft_session.c:595(ft_session_connect): attempting connection to 68.116.100.143:1215
[00:16:42] OpenFT: ft_session.c:595(ft_session_connect): attempting connection to 24.108.212.57:1379
[00:16:42] OpenFT: ft_session.c:595(ft_session_connect): attempting connection to 193.11.250.189:1215
[00:16:42] OpenFT: ft_session.c:595(ft_session_connect): attempting connection to 81.96.69.21:1214
[00:16:42] OpenFT: 213.103.205.175:1644 (SEARCH) -> DISCO: Socket error: Connection refused
[00:16:44] OpenFT: 193.11.250.189:1215 (INDEX) -> DISCO: Socket error: Connection refused
[00:16:44] OpenFT: 82.64.174.78:2125 (INDEX) -> DISCO: Socket error: Connection refused
[00:16:44] OpenFT: 81.86.224.56:1492 (INDEX) -> DISCO: Socket error: Connection refused
[00:17:41] OpenFT: 213.84.83.5:1454 (INDEX) -> DISCO: EOF from socket
[00:17:42] OpenFT: 67.114.250.205:1900 (INDEX) -> DISCO: Connection timed out
[00:17:42] OpenFT: 213.103.42.83:1396 (SEARCH) -> DISCO: Connection timed out
[00:17:42] OpenFT: 148.240.117.241:1851 (SEARCH) -> DISCO: Connection timed out
[00:17:42] OpenFT: 68.116.100.143:1215 (SEARCH) -> DISCO: Connection timed out
[00:17:42] OpenFT: 24.108.212.57:1379 (SEARCH) -> DISCO: Connection timed out
[00:17:42] OpenFT: 81.96.69.21:1214 (SEARCH) -> DISCO: Connection timed out
[00:17:53] OpenFT: 131.211.232.225:1215 (INDEX) -> DISCO: EOF from socket
[00:18:24] OpenFT: 207.237.199.219:1214 (INDEX) -> DISCO: EOF from socket
[00:18:42] OpenFT: ft_conn.c:314(keep_alive): kept 0 connections alive
[00:18:42] OpenFT: ft_conn.c:341(acquire_new_stuff): seeking more parents...
[00:18:42] OpenFT: ft_session.c:595(ft_session_connect): attempting connection to 68.116.100.143:1215
[00:18:42] OpenFT: ft_session.c:595(ft_session_connect): attempting connection to 24.108.212.57:1379
[00:18:42] OpenFT: ft_session.c:595(ft_session_connect): attempting connection to 193.11.250.189:1215
[00:18:42] OpenFT: ft_session.c:595(ft_session_connect): attempting connection to 81.96.69.21:1214
[00:18:42] OpenFT: ft_session.c:595(ft_session_connect): attempting connection to 208.187.76.24:2156
[00:18:42] OpenFT: ft_session.c:595(ft_session_connect): attempting connection to 64.18.106.196:1705
[00:18:42] OpenFT: ft_session.c:595(ft_session_connect): attempting connection to 68.248.8.131:1816
[00:18:42] OpenFT: ft_session.c:595(ft_session_connect): attempting connection to 67.30.194.234:1080
[00:18:42] OpenFT: ft_session.c:595(ft_session_connect): attempting connection to 66.19.210.126:1565
[00:18:42] OpenFT: ft_session.c:595(ft_session_connect): attempting connection to 213.103.208.69:1644
[00:18:42] OpenFT: 68.248.8.131:1816 (SEARCH) -> DISCO: Socket error: Connection refused
[00:18:42] OpenFT: 208.187.76.24:2156 (INDEX) -> DISCO: Socket error: Connection refused
[00:18:42] OpenFT: 193.11.250.189:1215 (INDEX) -> DISCO: Socket error: Connection refused
[00:18:42] OpenFT: 67.30.194.234:1080 (SEARCH) -> DISCO: Socket error: Connection refused
[00:18:47] OpenFT: 64.18.106.196:1705 (SEARCH) -> DISCO: Socket error: Connection refused

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 09, 2004 5:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

+1 Cram.

Thanks for the tip, that was exactly my problem.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 09, 2004 6:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Oups still got a problem :

the results of a search always point to a FastTrack user and never to Gnutella or OpenFT, but I installed the plugins, the deamons doesn't seem to manage to connect to servers :
5:12] Gnutella: gt_web_cache.c:629(get_random_cache): couldn't find random cache
[20:15:12] Gnutella: gt_web_cache.c:704(access_gwebcaches): error looking up cache
[20:15:12] Gnutella: Retrying to connect to nodes...
[20:15:18] OpenFT: 217.224.18.238:1215 (SEARCH) -> DISCO: Socket error: Connection refused
[20:15:22] Gnutella: try_some_nodes() returned 0. node list len=0
[20:15:22] Gnutella: No hosts to try. Looking in gwebcaches...
[20:15:22] *** GIFT-WARNING: Gnutella: skipping webcache http://gwc.threeputt.org/gwebcache2/gcache.cgi, in bad gwebcaches
[20:15:22] *** GIFT-WARNING: Gnutella: skipping webcache http://gwebcache.jonatkins.com/cgi-bin/gwebcache.cgi, in bad gwebcaches
[20:15:22] *** GIFT-WARNING: Gnutella: skipping webcache http://nocilla.boimorto.com/cgi-bin/gnocilla.pl, in bad gwebcaches
[20:15:22] *** GIFT-WARNING: Gnutella: skipping webcache http://cgi.verplant.org/octoGCache, in bad gwebcaches
[20:15:22] *** GIFT-WARNING: Gnutella: skipping webcache http://gc.ourmayday.org/gcache/gcache.php, in bad gwebcaches
[20:15:22] *** GIFT-WARNING: Gnutella: skipping webcache http://gwc.fspn.cryptnet.net/gcache.cgi, in bad gwebcaches
[20:15:22] Gnutella: gt_web_cache.c:629(get_random_cache): couldn't find random cache
[20:15:22] Gnutella: gt_web_cache.c:704(access_gwebcaches): error looking up cache
[20:15:22] Gnutella: Retrying to connect to nodes...
[20:15:32] Gnutella: try_some_nodes() returned 0. node list len=0
[20:15:32] Gnutella: No hosts to try. Looking in gwebcaches...
[20:15:32] *** GIFT-WARNING: Gnutella: skipping webcache http://gwc.threeputt.org/gwebcache2/gcache.cgi, in bad gwebcaches
[20:15:32] *** GIFT-WARNING: Gnutella: skipping webcache http://gwebcache.jonatkins.com/cgi-bin/gwebcache.cgi, in bad gwebcaches
[20:15:32] *** GIFT-WARNING: Gnutella: skipping webcache http://nocilla.boimorto.com/cgi-bin/gnocilla.pl, in bad gwebcaches
[20:15:32] *** GIFT-WARNING: Gnutella: skipping webcache http://cgi.verplant.org/octoGCache, in bad gwebcaches
[20:15:32] *** GIFT-WARNING: Gnutella: skipping webcache http://gc.ourmayday.org/gcache/gcache.php, in bad gwebcaches
[20:15:32] *** GIFT-WARNING: Gnutella: skipping webcache http://gwc.fspn.cryptnet.net/gcache.cgi, in bad gwebcaches
[20:15:32] Gnutella: gt_web_cache.c:629(get_random_cache): couldn't find random cache
[20:15:32] Gnutella: gt_web_cache.c:704(access_gwebcaches): error looking up cache
[20:15:32] Gnutella: Retrying to connect to nodes.

did you solve this problem???
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 09, 2004 7:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm not sure, but it looks like it can't find any good caches in your gwebcaches file. Here's what mine looks like:
Code:

http://128.211.214.246/gcache.php 0
http://209.197.225.202/gcache.php 0
http://66.78.61.146/index.php 0
http://bobsmith.kicks-ass.org/gwebcache/gcache.php 0
http://broneer.free.fr/gcache/gcache.php 0
http://burgwinkel.com/gcache.php 0
http://cache.mynapster.com/index.php 0
http://cgi.verplant.org/octoGCache 0
http://cmt.homeip.net/gwebcache-0.7.5/gcache.php 0
http://deftone.free.fr/elinul/gcache.php 0
http://diamond-host.com/gwebcache/gcache.php 0
http://dlaikar.de/gcache-mac/gcache.php 0
http://ds.tranzision.com/cache/gcache.php 0
http://emilia.ath.cx/~mikama/gcache.php 0
http://firebird.shacknet.nu:7777/cgi-bin/gcache.cgi 0
http://g2cache.theg2.net/gwcache/lynnx.asp 0
http://gattinger.org/gcache/gcache.php 0
http://gcache.cloppy.net/ 0
http://gcache.scottdial.com/gcache.php 0
http://gc.ourmayday.org/gcache/gcache.php 0
http://gnutella.bounceme.net/gnetcache 0
http://grupaprojektor.host.sk/gcache.php 0
http://gwc.fspn.cryptnet.net/gcache.cgi 0
http://gwc.gnewsgroups.com/cgi-bin/gcache.cgi 0
http://gwcii.julianfamily.org/gwcii.php 0
http://gwc.ionichost.com/gwc.php 0
http://gwc.nickstallman.net/gcache.asp 0
http://gwc.threeputt.org/gwebcache2/gcache.cgi 0
http://gwebcache3.jonatkins.org.uk/perlgcache.cgi 0
http://gwebcache.bearshare.net/ 0
http://gwebcache.jonatkins.com/cgi-bin/gwebcache.cgi 0
http://herb.kicks-ass.net/gwebcache/ 0
http://huithome.xs4all.nl/gwebcache/lynnx.aspx 0
http://ims.ecn.purdue.edu/~mckeowbc/gcache.php 0
http://invalidsubdomain.toddenrentieren.net/gcache.php 0
http://members.lycos.co.uk/kunkie/gcache.php 0
http://members.lycos.nl/dutchgwebcache/cache-4/gcache.php 0
http://membres.lycos.fr/tium2000/gcache.php 0
http://mitglied.lycos.de/phpgk/ 0
http://move.along.move.along.there.is.nothing.to.see.here.at.bishopston.net:23558/ 0
http://nocilla.boimorto.com/cgi-bin/gnocilla.pl 0
http://nowinside.netfirms.com/cgi-bin/gnocilla.pl 0
http://p2pdotcn.gotdns.org/pcache/pcache.php 0
http://r3dk0w.dyndns.org/gwebcache/gcache.php 0
http://rainbow.cs.unipi.gr/~p02161/gwebcache-0.7.5/gcache.php 0
http://raphael.manfredi.free.fr/gwc/gcache.php 0
http://tv2knet.basm.be/gcache.php 0
http://ui.upce.cz/~mirek/perlgcache.cgi 0
http://usuarios.lycos.es/coolebra/gwebcache/gcache.php 0
http://www21.brinkster.com/codered2/lynn.asp 0
http://www.bearguru.com/gcache/gcache.asp 0
http://www.diamond-host.com/gwebcache/gcache.php 0
http://www.dta-clan.com/gerry.asp 0
http://www.easypublish.net/gwebcache/gcache.asp 0
http://www.gbwebpro.com/guo/lynn/cache/lynn.asp 0
http://www.gwc2.ip3.com/cgi-bin/gwc2/gcache.cgi 0
http://www.inthetrunk.com/gcache/gcache.php 0
http://www.labyrinth.net.au/~micallef/gcache/gcache.php 0
http://www.lostdaemon.net/gwebcache/gcache.php 0
http://www.picotrillion.com/gcache/gcache.php 0
http://www.puxie.nl/gwebcache/gcache.php 0
http://www.rodage.net/gnetcache/gcache.php 0
http://www.sonic.net/~oceanowl/gcache.php 0
http://www.spiderplayer.net/gwebcache.aspx 0
http://www.sulari.com/cgi-bin/perlgcache.cgi 0
http://www.theholt.net/gcache.php 0
http://www.waddell.ch/cache/ 0
http://www.wtndrifters.com/gcache.php 0
http://www.xolox.nl/gwebcache/ 0
http://www.yellowgoat.net/gwebcache/gcache.php 0

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 09, 2004 8:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ok I copied yours, but where do you update this file? have you a link, or it was just by chance??
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