skler | 5 Jul 11:20 2006

Error building 0.0.8b

if gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I/home/skler/netsukuku-0.0.8b/src -I.    -g
-I.  -I -g -O2 -MT accept.o -MD -MP -MF ".deps/accept.Tpo" -c -o
accept.o accept.c; \
then mv -f ".deps/accept.Tpo" ".deps/accept.Po"; else rm -f
".deps/accept.Tpo"; exit 1; fi
In file included from accept.c:29:
includes.h:56:17: gmp.h: No such file or directory

I try to compile it on scratchbox 0.9.8.7 with qemu-arm emulation.

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Alpt | 5 Jul 13:19 2006

Re: Error building 0.0.8b

On Wed, Jul 05, 2006 at 11:20:23AM +0200, <skler>:
~> if gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I/home/skler/netsukuku-0.0.8b/src -I.    -g
~> -I.  -I -g -O2 -MT accept.o -MD -MP -MF ".deps/accept.Tpo" -c -o
~> accept.o accept.c; \
~> then mv -f ".deps/accept.Tpo" ".deps/accept.Po"; else rm -f
~> ".deps/accept.Tpo"; exit 1; fi
~> In file included from accept.c:29:
~> includes.h:56:17: gmp.h: No such file or directory

Install libgmp and its headers.

PS: We have been busy lately, but we're going to continue the coding soon ^_^
Cya
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Giuseppe Amato | 5 Jul 23:45 2006
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Re: Netsukuku 0.0.8b, codename Gyroscope, is out!

Hi,

I'm experiencing some problem with ntk 0.0.8b on OpenWrt.

Some time ago I did successfully test on same hardware the previous 
version , 0.0.7b-1, with no problems.

I did 2 tests: a really short test in restricted mode and longer test in 
unrestricted mode (before each test the /usr/share/netsukuku/ folder was 
deleted)
The ntkd instances where never launched at same time, I did always wait 
that first instances did end working before start the instance on the 
other OpenWrt.
I've attached some log.

Problems found:
- the second instance of ntkd complains at startup that no nodes can be 
found around; after a while the nodes find each other and a rehook is 
started, but they put each other in a different gnode. This behavior is 
very similar to 0.0.7b and was solved in 0.0.7b-1 (the GCC bug: it is 
back again? :) ).
- The ANDNA is not working at all (worked perfectly in 0.0.7b-1)

bye
midori

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efphe | 6 Jul 02:47 2006
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Re: Netsukuku 0.0.8b, codename Gyroscope, is out!

On Wed, 05 Jul 2006 23:45:43 +0200
Giuseppe Amato wrote:

|Hi,
|
|I'm experiencing some problem with ntk 0.0.8b on OpenWrt.
|
|Some time ago I did successfully test on same hardware the previous 
|version , 0.0.7b-1, with no problems.
|
|Problems found:
|- the second instance of ntkd complains at startup that no nodes can be 
|found around; after a while the nodes find each other and a rehook is 
|started, but they put each other in a different gnode. This behavior is 
|very similar to 0.0.7b and was solved in 0.0.7b-1 (the GCC bug: it is 
|back again? :) ).
|- The ANDNA is not working at all (worked perfectly in 0.0.7b-1)

Hi midori.

0.0.7 and 0.0.8 introduced a lot of news: for SNSD we had to rewrite a 
great part of ANDNA and modified the RFC 006.
The ANDNA problems sholud be fixed with the next release.

The CVS version is fixing ANDNA problems, but introduces other issues.
I think that the next release will be a very good release.

An interesting part of the log is:

* RTNETLINK answers (-3): No such process
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Alpt | 12 Jul 01:59 2006

Netsukuku 0.0.9b, codename BrokenStasis, is out!


			   Netsukuku 

		       release: 0.0.9b 
		      codename: BrokenStasis

	         http://netsukuku.freaknet.org

This release fixes some minor bugs and introduces various optimization in the
code. This is an intermediate release, since from this point on, we are going 
to implement Viphilama.

*** Download

You can download the sources tarball from:
http://netsukuku.freaknet.org/files/netsukuku-0.0.9b.tar.bz2

or just install directly the static binaries which comes packed in the .tgz
format:
http://netsukuku.freaknet.org/files/packages/netsukuku-0.0.9b-i486-9.tgz

There's the package for the OpenWRT too.
http://netsukuku.freaknet.org/files/openwrt/

*** exit(0);

This is a beta version, and it is meant to crash! (well, not really)
Thus you are a beta tester. We are waiting your feedbacks.

Enjoy the BrokenStasis ^_^,
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Alpt | 16 Jul 01:52 2006

Carciofo - The vegetable sister of Tor in the Netsukuku realm

			    Carciofo
	The vegetable sister of Tor in the Netsukuku realm

		http://lab.dyne.org/Ntk_carciofo

== NTK_RFC 0011 ==

----
This text describes a possible expansion of the current Npv7 protocol.
It will be included in the final documentation, so feel free to correct it.
But if you want to change the system here described, please contact us first.
----

== Carciofo ==

Carciofo means artichoke in Italian.

Carciofo is a system which enables full anonymity in Netsukuku. 
It hides the source and destination of packets and encrypts them, in this way
it is impossible (too difficult) to know who sent the packets, where they are
going and what they are carrying.

The theory of Carciofo isn't complete yet. This document, right now, is just
a description of what it would be.

=== Features ===

Carciofo supports hidden servers and clients and it is, in fact, very similar
to Tor, but it has some peculiar differences:

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Alpt | 20 Jul 23:58 2006

Carciofo - The vegetable sister of Tor in the Netsukuku realm


Hi there,

You might be interested in Carciofo:
http://lab.dyne.org/Ntk_carciofo

It is an extension of the Netsukuku protocol to enable strong anonymity in the
Netsukuku network (see http://netsukuku.freaknet.org ).

It is similar to Tor and it may be possible to implement it starting from the
Tor code. The idea is to let Carciofo communicate to the Netsukuku daemon
(ntkd) through its API.

Moreover it will be interesting to see how Carciofo would apply on the
Internet with the help of Viphilama ( http://lab.dyne.org/Ntk_viphilama ),
which is currently under development.

We'd like to hear your thoughts about it. Right now, Carciofo is just a nice
idea, but if developed well, it would be really interesting.

If you'd like starting to implement Carciofo on your own, just do it, for now
we are working on other parts of the Netsukuku protocol, so we won't touch
Carciofo for a while.

Happy hacking,

Cya ^_^
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Alpt | 24 Jul 17:06 2006

Viphilama RFC - Virtual to Physical Layer Mapper


The theory of Viphilama has been completed, its implementation will start
soon.

		      ==  Viphilama  ==
	       Virtual to Physical Layer Mapper

	Wiki version: http://lab.dyne.org/Ntk_viphilama

----
This text describes a change to the Npv7.
It will be included in the final documentation, so feel free to correct it.
But if you want to change the system here described, please contact us first.
----

=== Viphilama ===

Viphilama will permit to Netsukuku to expand itself over the Internet and then
switch automatically to the physical layer without interfering with the
stability of the Net.

==== Applications ====

Viphilama transforms Netsukuku into a hybrid overlay network which expands the
original structure of the Internet. Its main advantages are:

	* the faster diffusion of Netsukuku: every user with an Internet
	  connection can join Netsukuku

	* the creation of a scalable network which is built upon the Internet
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Alpt | 27 Jul 15:53 2006

[NTK_RFC 0012] Net Split - Overcoming the limits of the restricted mode

			  
		         == Net Split ==

		http://lab.dyne.org/Ntk_net_split

Net Split is a method which gives Netsukuku the ability to use all the IP
addresses available for a specific Internet Protocol while being compatible
with it. 

In other words, Netsukuku can use all the ipv4 addresses while avoiding any IP
conflict with the Internet.

With the implementation of Net Split, the restricted mode and the NTK_RFC 008
( http://lab.dyne.org/Ntk_restricted_ip_classes ) become obsolete.

== Inet and Ntk mode ==

The Ntkd daemon can be executed in Inet or in Ntk mode.
The modality specifies which IPs will have the highest priority.

In Inet mode, an IP or a hostname will always point to Internet addresses,
while in Ntk mode they will point to Netsukuku nodes.

The .NTK and .INT suffixes can be used, in any modality, to specify the scope
of an IP or hostname. The suffixes are case insensitive.

Every IP or hostname with a .NTK suffix will always point to Netsukuku nodes,
while the .INT will point to Internet addresses.

== Routing tables and rules ==
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