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Re: Open questions regarding new messenger and secushare and organizatio

From: t3sserakt
Subject: Re: Open questions regarding new messenger and secushare and organization Was: Make GNUnet Great Again
Date: Thu, 23 Sep 2021 06:22:36 +0000

Hey Tobias,

On 22.09.21 20:19, Tobias Platen wrote:
> On Mon, 2020-11-16 at 09:28 +0100, t3sserakt wrote:
>> Hey Bastian,
>> thank you very much for your support.
>> I like to explicitly invite you and everybody who likes to help some
>> how
>> to our monthly GNUnet meeting. This meeting is not exclusively for
>> main
>> developers or even developers at all. Do not expect us to find
>> something
>> for you to do immediately, because that is also a matter of resource
>> allocation. There is enough to do, and we will find something.
>> On 15.11.20 23:25, wrote:
>>> If I understand that right, we wouldn't had a problem here, at all,
>>> in the first place, if 3 GNUnet key components on which secushare
>>> development highly depends on, would be just fine: CADET, core and
>>> transport.
>> It is mainly transport. For CADET I am quite sure it is working.
>>> And as I got the impression, all these 3 components are in the
>>> process of being revised to fit like that, but that process is a
>>> ton of work and therefore lasts long.
>> We are only rewriting transport at the moment, which is indeed a lot
>> of
>> work. Part of that is making NAT  traversal work much better, because
>> sometimes peers have problems getting into the network initially.
>> When
>> we have something in place that is working (means unit test are not
>> failing), we might think of testing this NAT traversal in as many as
>> possible real world scenarios.
>> Cheers
>> t3sserakt
> I just started hacking on gnunet-secushare, now the first thing that I
> need is starting the services. Those are installed in
> /usr/local/lib/gnunet-secushare/libexec/.

the mechanism how to start services is generic for all GNUnet services.  
You can configure which services shall be started. Configuration is done  
in a configuration file

If this configuration file is empty the default configuration is used.  
For each service there is a default configuration file. The templates  
for building the default configuration file for the secushare services  
can be found here

If you have started GNUnet with gnunet-arm


will start a service, if a client application is doing a request via the  
service api.

If you like to have the service started right from the beginning use




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