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People out there who use GTK-Gnutella, help me! I installed gtk-gnutella but when I start it, it tryies to connect to the servers but it can't connect. Maybe I need to configure something or specify other servers? Thanks in advance!
... found my IP on RH's Network Configuration tool... set GTK-Gnutella to use that as force IP... now about that port... nmap you say? I apologize first, its nearly midnight here and I'm running on fumes... do I type nmap 6346? At this point the man pages seem to me like heiroglyphs in King Tut's tomb... Again, sorry... I'm a zombie from all the work tossed to my desk (and it's just Wednesday for crying out loud)... zzzz..... zzzzz..... If you happen to reply and I don't respond right away... I've probably hit the sack, so I say now - thank you for your time...
I understand that the great firewall of china does block sourceforge. Frankly, I wouldn't be surprised if they were trying to block gnutella traffic too. Wouldn't want to incite dissent with any of those mp3s ;-)
hmm ok well DOES gnutella pick up the right IP address for you? only force it if you can clearly see it's not... you can try using a different port, maybe your ISP has blocked 6346. just make sure it's not colliding with any other used ports.
have you got anywhere running gnutella with the firewall turned off? won't hurt for 10 minutes, will it?
I'll try my luck again tonight... the force IP box reads 0.0.0.0 when the check box is unchecked... hmmmm, I'll try checking it with no values (or that 0.0.0.0) and see if it picks the IP up. I'll also turn the firewall off, shouldn't hurt for 10 minutes... It'll be sad if my ISP blocks port 6346...
Can you open a specific port if it is closed? I assume that RH's Firewalling has shut this port down. I'll' also check the Redhat Manuals and see if I can do this.... thanks for replying Acid.....