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which version of Windows is this?
If it is Vista, launch the installer as administrator, install into a
folder other than c:\program files ("c:\gnunet" for example) and report
if this solves the problem.
After you have configured GNUnet (the configuration wizard is also
reachable via the start menu), you can start the background process
gnunetd either as a service (if you checked the option "Launch GNUnet on
computer startup" in the wizard), via the "General" tab in the UI, or
manually via command line:
gnunetd -d -L DEBUG
The parameters "-d -L DEBUG" start GNUnet in debug mode, so can see
Do you use the latest version 0.8.0c?
> Yes, this did solve the problem, but when I open it it still seems to
> be having problems. What is the first thing that should be run after
> On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 3:39 PM, Nils Durner <ndurner@... > <mailto:ndurner@...>> wrote:
> Hi Ethan,
> which version of Windows is this?
> If it is Vista, launch the installer as administrator, install into a
> folder other than c:\program files ("c:\gnunet" for example) and
> if this solves the problem.