I’m new here. I’ve read quite a lot about getting level 1 status, going to the invitation page and getting a token, then logging in. When I achieved level 1 status I went to the invitation page, was offered a token, but since at that time I needed to upgrade my OS (Debian Linux stable ie stretch) from 32 to 64 bits first, I stopped there to do that.
I’ve now upgraded my OS, downloaded the Safenet browser and launched it. It immediately barfs with a js error:
at module.exports (/home/dalroth5/safe-browser-v0.9.0-linux-x64/resources/app/node_modules/@maidsafe/safe-node-app/src/native/_error.js:19:10)
at Object.ffi.init (/home/dalroth5/safe-browser-v0.9.0-linux-x64/resources/app/node_modules/@maidsafe/safe-node-app/src/native/lib.js:58:11)
at SAFEApp (/home/dalroth5/safe-browser-v0.9.0-linux-x64/resources/app/node_modules/@maidsafe/safe-node-app/src/app.js:36:9)
at Object.initializeApp (/home/dalroth5/safe-browser-v0.9.0-linux-x64/resources/app/node_modules/@maidsafe/safe-node-app/src/index.js:61:25)
at netStateCallbackHelper (/home/dalroth5/safe-browser-v0.9.0-linux-x64/resources/app/node_modules/beaker-plugin-safe-app/dist/api.js:230:11)
at Object.module.exports.module.exports._with_async_cb_initialise [as initialise] (/home/dalroth5/safe-browser-v0.9.0-linux-x64/resources/app/node_modules/beaker-plugin-safe-app/dist/api.js:389:10)
at Promise (/home/dalroth5/safe-browser-v0.9.0-linux-x64/resources/app/background-process.build.js:1631:32)
at Promise ()
at authoriseApp (/home/dalroth5/safe-browser-v0.9.0-linux-x64/resources/app/background-process.build.js:1629:10)
at dispatch.payload.Promise (/home/dalroth5/safe-browser-v0.9.0-linux-x64/resources/app/background-process.build.js:1534:9)
but once I’ve okayed that it goes ahead and launches a page called beaker:start which says:
The SAFE Network and Browser are still in test phases and may only work if you are using the latest version.
Here are few example applications to start with.
You can join the discussion on the Community forum
If you’d like to contribute to the code or have found any issues, you can find us on GitHub
Manage Applications Using Authenticator
I’ve tried clicking on the Authenticator link which launches a tab which just permanently shows a progress spinner and never gets anywhere. Maybe that’s where you get to put in a token, I don’t know.
I’ve also returned to the invitation web page because my IP address is nothing like it was some days ago…but it still shows that old IP address, greyed out in both places, and a greyed-out “Update Registered IP” button, so I can’t change it to get a new token.
I think my problems are at least twofold:
- I can’t update my registered IP address for a new token,
- I can’t find anywhere to enter a token anyway.
I spent 25 years as a software developer so I have no doubt at all that it’s my fault–isn’t it always!–but might somebody take pity on me and tell me what I’ve broken. Thanks!