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Jeremy_Z
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 04, 2004 8:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yes, FT is connected now, just wait .. a long time.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 04, 2004 8:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The nodes files gets outdated fairly quickly, so if it's your first time running giFT, or your first time in a while, it can take a long time to connect. Once you have a current nodes file though, it should be just a few seconds.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 04, 2004 11:47 pm    Post subject: hmmmm.... Reply with quote

Ok, OpenFT always connects very quickly.... but Fasttrack and Gnutella don't connect.... What if all the nodes are outdated??? Can someone send a link with a list of working nodes for Fasttrack and Gnutella??? That would be great!!!
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 05, 2004 6:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Let it run a few hours, it took me a long time for FT t oconnect. I don't know for GNutella.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 05, 2004 3:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here's part of my FastTrack nodes file

Code:
# <host> <port> <klass> <load> <last_seen>
24.252.85.229 1670 1 90 1096775567
66.25.114.90 2262 1 90 1096775567
24.25.205.252 32656 1 90 1096775687
24.52.115.117 1293 1 90 1096775687
24.255.16.230 1872 1 90 1096775687
24.128.41.206 2524 1 90 1096775567
24.251.163.95 1535 1 90 1096775567
65.35.185.167 1860 1 90 1096775687
24.214.48.233 1526 1 90 1096775684
64.180.161.108 1818 1 90 1096775624
142.162.164.13 2982 1 90 1096775684
68.12.253.119 3578 1 90 1096775684
24.31.167.190 1180 1 90 1096775684
67.164.174.176 1214 1 90 1096775684
24.185.126.93 2209 1 90 1096775684
66.69.103.79 2473 1 90 1096775624
68.230.222.15 2836 1 90 1096775684
24.186.67.247 1896 1 89 1096775687
24.251.3.111 2212 1 89 1096775687


See if that helps
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 06, 2004 4:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

after copying over the nodes and gwebcache files gnutella connects very quickly (~1min), fasttrack takes ~5mins to connect.

Just chill out, you can get all your MP3's and p0rn if you just relax and let it do its thing.

nodes for fast track:
Code:

24.13.10.208 2606 1 40 1073050658
66.69.195.35 1830 1 35 1073050598
204.210.147.227 3717 1 33 1073050538
24.162.18.195 2458 1 31 1073050658
66.27.190.26 3665 1 17 1073050598
213.112.6.160 2461 1 86 1073050418
172.131.14.48 2507 1 69 1073050418
213.65.231.131 1215 1 59 1073050418
66.69.18.9 1350 1 55 1073050418
81.226.251.103 1822 1 54 1073050478
12.229.236.204 2180 1 52 1073050418
66.61.83.209 1383 1 44 1073050418
24.208.9.86 1913 1 42 1073050418
65.25.5.214 2025 1 41 1073050418
156.111.147.97 1634 1 90 1072996849
66.56.205.66 3529 1 90 1072996849
66.68.244.195 3721 1 89 1072996849
66.31.159.114 2666 1 88 1072996877
65.93.13.59 3412 1 87 1072997029
65.86.234.35 2842 1 87 1072997029
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 11, 2004 9:56 am    Post subject: YES! Reply with quote

Ok, the Fasttrack nodes helped! FastTrack connects now within a few seconds. But Gnutella still doesn't work! Can someone post a nodes-list for gnutella? Thanx for the FastTrack nodes!
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 11, 2004 11:54 am    Post subject: juhuuuuu!!! Reply with quote

Ok, now everyhing works fine. I used the gnutella nodes-list from robg: http://mikeb.servehttp.com/nodes, http://mikeb.servehttp.com/gwebcaches

Now Gnutella, FastTrack and OpenFT connects very fast! And the download speed is great!!! Bye bye Sharezea and kazaa!! Bye bye wine :D
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 24, 2004 1:01 pm    Post subject: Finally got online Reply with quote

I finally managed to get gnutella working by using those node lists, thanks for posting them grinfish.

I had trouble connecting to OpenFT, left it on all night and still it kept getting connection refused. After reading about the state of the OpenFT network I changed my class in OpenFT.conf to be class 7 (index, search and user node). To do this you need to have berkdb support enabled. Just setting the use flag isn't enough at the mo see bug 35424. I used quickpkg to make a binary package:-
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> etcat -v db
#choose the version that is installed in slot 4, in mycase 4.0.14-r2
> quickpkg =sys-libs/db-4.0.14-r2
> emerge unmerge  =sys-libs/db-4.0.14-r2
> USE="berkdb" emerge gift-openft
> emerge -K =sys-libs/db-4.0.14-r2


I ignored the dire warnings about unmerging a system package.

FastTrack by the way just worked out of the box.

Hope this helps anyone else having problems.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 24, 2004 1:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

yuck. Filesharing and ACCEPT_KEYWORDS="~x86" in the same thread... Too much evil!
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 16, 2004 11:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

mikkelhoegh wrote:
yuck. Filesharing and ACCEPT_KEYWORDS="~x86" in the same thread... Too much evil!

TASTY! don't patronize people for setting up something that's completely legal to do. It'd be better to point out that the guide should use /etc/portage/package.keywords instead.
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