New Public Service: Publically Accessible GNUnet Hostlist
Quick announcement. I'm running a publically accessible GNUnet hostlist at
http://clehaxze.tw:9876/ due to me failing to bootstrap 3 new nodes today. I was experimenting and this issue really annoyed me. I don't know what happened with the default one.
https://v15.gnunet.org/hostlist is down. But
https://gnunet.io/hostlist is running correctly. That should be enough for nodes to botostrap.
Anyway, for GNUnet users seeing this post, you can point your hostlist daemon to use my server. I understand this is unencrypted HTTP. But a) that should't matter as bad actors will get stopped by GNUnet's crypto anyway and b) I'll fix it later.
Update: I don't think hostlist was the issue. `gnuent-transort -m` was showing some really weird errors. Nodes communicating but then the peer would just drop. I'm not sure what's going on. I'll need to try again from a different network.
How to use it
- Locate your GNUnet configuration file. It's usually located at
- Add the following lines or modify the existing settings
[hostlist] SERVERS = http://clehaxze.tw:9876/ OPTIONS = -b -e
- Restart your gnuent daemon.
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