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Five Easy Steps To Installing Freenet Classic Opennet (FCon)

Having recently announced the release of build 5110, the first new build of Freenet Classic Opennet (FCon) in well over two years it has occurred to me that it would be a good idea to put together a brief walkthrough of the installation process. Because I’m a windows user and have never installed it on […]

FCon Build 5110 Is Now Available

[Edit June 8, 2012: The Freenet 0.5 network is effectively dead (see this post for details).  While you are welcome to try to make this software work and revitalize it, I know of no currently operating nodes.  If you DO get a useable network up and running, DO let me know.] A long overdue new […]

Freenet 0.5 News: Build 5110 soon to be released

I have heard it said several times over the last few years that Freenet 0.5, known as Freenet Classic Opennet, is dead. This is untrue. As a matter of fact, freenet 0.5 is once again being developed.  I have started learning Java programming specifically so that I can contribute a much needed new update of […]

An Interesting Freenet Misconception

It’s amazing how things have changed here in Nutjob Hills in just the last ten years.  Back then hardly anyone in town even had a basic idea of what the internet is and even fewer actually had access.  Less than one in a hundred of them actually used it for anything besides playing flash games […]

Freenet Downloads Updated

I have updated the freenet install archives on my freenet page. This update included two things. 1, I updated the default bookmarks so that they now point to the current editions 2, I replaced the seednodes.ref file in each archive with a current one I’m planning to do more updates on this page soon. [tags]freenet, […]