SAFE Network Alpha Release!


#230

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#231

I had some issues related to audio in the beginning. Would not play the video unless I changed codec from AAC to MP3.
Perhaps your issue?


#232

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#233

It works for me on Firefox wont load in IE. I checked the audio it is AAC, I found it to be problematic. When you convert to Mp4 you should have the option to select MP3 as your audio option. Worth a try if you are having difficulties.


#234

http://computer.safenet
http://ian.safenet
http://madmax.madmax.safenet
http://nevercensored.safenet
http://test.deepsynergy.safenet
http://test.milankecman.safenet


SAFE Beaker Browser Updates (0.4.0)
#235

Here is another site that I’ve been helping build. Here is my early draft of a maker profile page http://mranderson.safenet/travisremington.html

@chadrickm everything seems to run good at http://mranderson.safenet , except the contact page since it is written in php. Any advice on how to keep in page forms on safe right now?


#236

Yes on your safenet site the links when followed just error. No clearnet or safe. I would check the html code and play around with /page.html versus page.html


#237

Very cool! Brain is a little fuzzy today. Got it in 38 clicks.


#238

Looks better on the SAFE Browser :smile:


#239

Everything looks better on the SAFE Browser :smile:

MMmmmmm… that’s some sweet safe:// protocol :wink:


#240

Mmmmmm… I’m lovin’ it!


#241

Stupid question after installing safe-launcher, what is the command to run it?

wget -O - http://apt.maidsafe.net/repos/maidsafe.apt.gpg.key|sudo apt-key add -
sudo wget -O /etc/apt/sources.list.d/maidsafe.list http://apt.maidsafe.net/repos/maidsafe.list
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install safe-launcher
???


#242

The binary is called:

safe_launcher

so type that into a terminal.

On my system, Debian stable (Jessie), that command runs the launcher.

The path was:

/opt/maidsafe/safe_launcher/safe_launcher

…which made me curious because that’s not on my PATH. A search revealed that the installation procedure puts a symlink on my PATH:

/usr/bin/safe_launcher -> /opt/maidsafe/safe_launcher/safe_launcher


#243

Thanks, it worked. But that makes no sense. If the launcher is installed with sudo apt-get install safe-launcher. Logic would tell you the command to run the launcher would be safe-launcher not safe_launcher. :unamused:


#244

Perhaps because one is the name of the application while the other is the name of the executable.

In cases where I am lost finding something in the file haystack (not on this occasion) I’ll open a terminal and search on part or whole of its name, and that might require more than one iteration on different variations.

$ find / -iname safe-launcher 2>/dev/null

(nope)

$ find / -iname "safe*" 2>/dev/null

(bingo, finds the symlink in /usr/bin)

$ which safe*

(bingo again, finds the symlink)


#245

This is a very good point and is probably an oversight in the debian package setup process.

Should be correctible easy tho by having the symlink in /usr/bin called safe-launcher for debian which can then point to the internal binary /opt/maidsafe/safe_launcher/safe_launcher

Will certainly keep a note of this to correct it for future debian packages without which it does make it quite confusing. Sorry for that mess there.


Problem running safe-launcher on Ubuntu 14.10
#246

This seems to be an issue with debian packaging guidelines not allowing _ in program name

I would say either rename the program to safe-launcher to make it compatible or at least include both safe-launcher and safe_launcher as symlinks. It would be bad to have different distros start the program by different command.


#247

Good call - executables with underscores or dashes in them are annoying in general too, IMO. It just makes them more difficult to type/remember, especially when you can’t tab complete (or don’t know how to).

safelauncher, safedemo, etc, would be better, IMO.


#248

Or safenetwork and safedemo etc :wink:


#249

It’s an alternative to capitalization, which would be even worse.