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Old September 10th, 2001
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Talking Am I the only one? Gnucleus 1.4 is out!

Hi all!

My trusty Gnucleus has just evolved!

I hope someone would enlighten us as to what plug-ins are (or should be), and what do we should expect from this release!

Thank you gnucleus dev team!
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Default Re: V 1.4

I still only see V 1.35 here :

http://sourceforge.net/project/showf...lease_id=22146

I don't allow evolving or any other type of "phoning home" but this is where the newest version is to be found (?)

(internet here's been down past 3 days due to storms too)
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Old September 10th, 2001
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seems like if you are getting interm builds from Poldy's site you upgrade to 1.4.0 but if you have the normal build it only updates to 1.3.5.1

And it only updated on mine when I switched the update setting to beta so I'm guessing that's why it doesn't appear on the site cause it's probably a beta release...

I will admit though, it looks good... hasn't crashed on me or anything like that... and I really like that you can choose to have it minimize to tray on exit... no more accidental disconnects from the network...
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Old September 10th, 2001
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Default 1.4 Released

Yes Gnucleus 1.4 has been released to current gnucleus users. I do this as a final test, and kind of like a gift that if you are current user you will get the latest update. It is not available on SourceForge yet, I have to finish making the new installer package and then I will make a final release of 1.4 to the public.

Gnucleus phoning home? you can look at the source, gnucleus checks for version updates, there is absolutly no data sent to gnucleus.net from gnucleus except for requesting a list of the latest versions and where to download them.
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Exclamation Retry downloads after _____ Seconds

Retry downloads after _____ Seconds


Swabby FIX THIS NOW it does not work and i use it all the time.



this bug bugs me alot it would make me very happy
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Default to me phoning home is *any* bare connection

> Gnucleus phoning home?


hmmm well I have a stricter defination of what "phoning home" means than most people I guess - that connection to only check gnucleus.net reveals my true IP in the server's log...

That violates our security - all of our traffic goes through public anon proxies - I even block DNS lookups from "rouge" apps.. ( that is any app that doesn't *need* DNS service - Gnucleus uses IP's so obviously it doesn't )

Stealth and 100 % anon connections are part of our security and this IP appearing in any server log breaches that concept.

Gnucleus's DNS calls are seen as unauthorized traffic as are any IRC attempts - my mIRC client runs to a SOCKS'ified proxy chainer (HTTPort) which places two anon proxies between me & the IRC server(s), rendering me double anon to IRC yet able to access servers which don't allow proxies (SOCKS, wingate or even "normal" HTTP ones which some IRC networks check for too)

So because I allow Gnucleus to run "naked" - direct with no proxy (to make it easyer to connect to various Gnutella net users and allow me to serve other people behind firewalls - I don't *have* to be - I have a choice) other traffic (DNS/HTTP/IRC) is blocked. The only way I will allow Gnucleus to do DNS, "evolve", or IRC is by SOCKS 5 proxy or better (chained)...

I also see many - MANY attempts from other Gnutella users to NetBIOS right after connecting to them normally (port 6346-7) I permanently BLOCK said IP's considering them hack attempts.

I believe these are not Gnutella users at all but hackers looking for victims under the disquise of Gnutella. (mostly - some are just other fool's NetBIOS wide open - in any case it cannot be allowed)



That having been clarified I ran Gnucleus all last night and part of today and am very happy with it. With only 8.mb RAM I did see an "out of memory" error a few times - this occured while trying a large number of other hosts (too many sockets being opened too fast chewing up physical memory before they could clear ?)

I reduced the host hopping and ran for several hours without *any* memory errors


I did notice an apparent bug however - I run a 33.6 modem, but at times Gnucleus reported speeds of over 100.kbps ! (while transfering non-compressible MP3's) I've seen such speeds when transfering test text files (blank pages of just spaces) but this cannot be accurate for MP3's...

Not a big deal but thought I should mention it.

The re-try every __ seconds seems to work for me - I saw the default 30 sec working and also upped it to every 60. sec - maybe it's only *less* than 30.sec that doesn't work ?

The search data rate in and especially out is really refreshing - under 10.kbps in and only a trickle out (usually - although I've seen it peak at times depending on host to near full BW, 3.4kbps - I drop such hosts)

The search results are really nice - up to 20 X better than Napster, I look for rare hard-to-find songs and Gnucleus works *better* than Napster ever did (even when server hopping)

I did a search for "dr demento" and got over 2000 results !

Very nice


Resume seems to work fine - I have to resume nearly all my D/L's (due to my free ISP kicking me every 40.min)
Gnucleus works far better than the original Gnutella (v.56) because when I re-dial it picks up where it left off (due to the timed re-tries - very nice, I can queue up some D/L's and forget it ! ) Gnutella required "babysitting"

Showing what songs people want is also very nice - I can cull my offerings to provide the most wanted songs (would like to be able to copy & paste this data though)

Multi-host, same song auto mixing re-try, is also very nice - it allows you to get the rest of the song from any other available host with no hassles and clicking on extended info shows them all..

Usually these features are reserved to hated java clients and MFC runs pretty decent even on the slowest of machines - this report is it's performance on a *386DX33* (not even considered machine enough to run windoze although it's really RAM and not CPU that's the issue there)

Gnucleus is the best Gnutella servant I've ever used.

Gnotella has become too bloated and java just sits there thrashing the HD...
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I wish you luck with the new version 1.4.0.
I hope you've fixed all major problems.

The mfc42.dll runtime errors is like a curse on Gnucleus.
If you can't fix this soon you got my condolences.

And I will probably throw my monitor out of the window
in frustration next time it appears.
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