@Suriana, is it the authenticator that is spinning for a while? Can you also let me know the OS in which you are trying? If you are trying on linux or windows, you can find the authenticator log in the same folder where the browser binary is placed. If you can share it with me in a DM or stick it in as a Github Issue it will be helpful to check this issue.
Disabling the drag and drop feature in the application should resolve this white screen issue. May be allow drag and drop only in the file manager section. Will try to get this addressed in the next version.
TEST-17 (internal and normal) should be offline now and also gone from the network list in the invite token server.
you got DM
FYI: Linux Mint + debian 8 (LMDE)
- Browser - fine
- Web host manager - fine (created public id, service, uploaded) safe://rsports
- Email demo - fine (created email ID: happybeing)
Not tried any other sites yet.
UPDATE: @Viv FYI, after shutting down and restarting my PC (so different IP now)…
Browser can’t connect (didn’t wait for an error as I realised I need to update my IP)
Go to the update IP link for my original invitation, I just get "Wait…"
Tried again, same thing "Wait…"
Being impatient I requested a new invite, and this successfully updated my IP and I can now access safe://yvette
I can also log into the account I created with the first invite
Now trying safechat.jam
I’ve now loaded all these test websites (grabbed from the above posts):
safe://safechat.jam (Details/support here: Joseph's Safe Websites Project)
Yep spinning for me with no results for several minutes. Running win7
Hmm maybe also related to the same issue. Can you do a small check please. If you open file explorer and go to
C:\Windows\System32 do you see a file called
no that file is not on my system
ah that might be good news then to get to the bottom of this issue.
Do you mind visiting Download Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2015 from Official Microsoft Download Center → choose
Download, ensure in the following dialog you choose
vc_redist.x64.exe → click Next and the download should start.
Once done, if you run it and install it fully, might need to restart your system. That missing file should be there now and try the SAFE Browser then please to run it and see if you can create an account.
Side note: That download link is to install some dependencies(Visual C++ Redistributable 2015) required in the system which are not part of the browser application itself but expected to be installed in the target system. An installer should be performing a similar check to what you did and doing the install step if required, but this package not being an installer isn’t currently doing that check and it just might be that which is causing this issue cos of the missing dependencies.
Yep that worked! Just installed it and opened up the safe browser without restarting and have logged on straight away
Glad you got that sorted Sorry about that issue.
no problem at all, glad to have been able to help a bit to clear up the issue!
I’ve participated in every test network since May 2016 and would like to participate in TEST 17/18.
Can someone tell me what I need to do to get my trust level (“basic user”) to at least Level 1?
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@sunhillow, I just checked and you are a Level 1.
Are you having some sort of issue?
On my account page (https://safenetforum.org/u/sunhillow), I see this:
Joined Oct 25, '14
Last Post 37 mins
Seen 2 mins
Trust Level basic user
Which page displays the trust level you mentioned (Level 1)?
Basic user = trust level 1 (don’t ask me why)
Proxy nodes are currently getting restarted to apply a patch to resolve an issue. Cheers for that @Joseph_Meagher . This issue would have prevented clients reconnecting to the network for about 2 hours after disconnecting from the network, especially if all proxy slots were utilised in the last session.
This should hopefully be complete in about an hour (each node taking about 3 mins each for 20 nodes). Not all nodes will be offline at the same time, we’re trying to do it slowly to prevent wiping the network data. Will update here once its complete or if we need to do a full restart of the network including data(hopefully doesn’t need it).
EDIT: Restart complete. Proxy nodes should be updated now.
It sounds like that was another good test for data retention!