Discussion » Nonsense » IMPORTANT! Wormhole client 9.9C/E now avai

  • Edward Z
    Edward Z wrote:
    <p>Due to server update, version 9.7, 9.8C/E and 9.9(beta), are retired from now.</p> <p>Worms cannot access wormhole by other version clients&nbsp;except version 9.9C hinese or 9.9E nglish.</p> <p>9.9E download link:</p> <p><a href="http://worm-hole.googlecode.com/files/wormhole%209.9E.exe">http://worm-hole.googlecode.com/files/wormhole%209.9E.exe</a></p> <p>9.9C download link:</p> <p><a href="http://worm-hole.googlecode.com/files/wormhole%209.9C.exe">http://worm-hole.googlecode.com/files/wormhole%209.9C.exe</a></p> <p>I'm&nbsp;limited by my broken English. I'll post a Chinses update report.</p>
  • Edward Z
    Edward Z wrote:

    虫洞正式更新通知。非常重要!!

    经过数天紧张的系统升级。虫洞现在升级到了一个崭新的境界。

    这之前,虫洞在大家的支持鼓励下,经历了短暂的第一代,漫长坎坷不稳定的第二代和截至到今天之前的第三代结构。

    现在以虫洞9.9C/E客户端的启用,标志着虫洞开始了迈向第四代的步伐。

    虽然我努力尝试现在和未来的服务器能够最大程度兼容之前的客户端版本,以求尽量不麻烦用户不停的升级更新。但是这次真的很无奈,我必须做出这个艰难的决定。虫洞9.9C/E之前所有的客户端,从你看到这个帖子起,将不能使用了(包括之前发布的9.9beta也不能用了)。

    9.9C/E版本对应的系统,是第四代10.0版本的一个前瞻版本。届时,当系统升级到10.0的时候,用户将有一定机率不用升级客户端,既可以享用后续的升级服务。

    9.9C/E升级带来的变化:

    1,用户现在可以点击虫洞客户端窗口上的图片链接到虫洞大门网页了。那里可以获得虫洞的最新信息。

    2,用户会发现,在虫洞窗口下边位置,会有滚动字幕了。这里将不定期发布虫洞的一些重要信息。

    3,修正了用户在未连接状态下,点击断开连接导致的错误报告。

    4,修正了用户在不关闭虫洞窗口的情况下,切换默认连接模式和增强兼容模式时候所产生的错误。

    5,客户端窗口增加了“断线重拨”的功能。用户复选这个框框,可以在意外断线的情况下,自动重新连接虫洞了。

    6,服务器地址更新为o0o.dyndns.tv,之前的地址wormhole.dd-dns.de从此进入休眠状态。

    7,增强兼容模式,现在不需要证书和密钥加密了。

  • Kevin Chen
    Kevin Chen wrote:

    great! man

    thanks so much!!!

  • Kevin Chen
    Kevin Chen wrote:

    691?

  • Edward Z
    Edward Z wrote:

    error 691 may caused by wrong username password.

    Plesase check your username must be weliveinbeijing and password must be www.o0o.hk

  • Silje Linnerud

    Whoa, great. Thank you so much, Edward. I am using the new version now. It's working perfectly. 

  • High Priest
    High Priest wrote:

    Mine is giving me 800, what to do?

  • High Priest
    High Priest wrote:

    I solved the problem, It's working nicely

  • Simen Wangberg

    Got a 721 again.

    Need to try this at home, think my office has something place to stop me from ever doing anything fun. Although Hotspot Shield worked just fine in the office until it became a paid VPN. Dicks.

  • High Priest
    High Priest wrote:

    Am getting 930!

  • Simen Wangberg

    Got a 711 at home. Damn.

  • Edward Z
    Edward Z wrote:

    error 756
    This connection is already being dialed.

  • Edward Z
    Edward Z wrote:

    error 721
    Remote PPP peer is not responding --- your isp or network administrator blocked your port 1723 or something like this.

  • Edward Z
    Edward Z wrote:

    error 930
    The authentication server did not respond to authentication requests in a timely fashion.  --- It's quite rare to get this code. Maybe ``` try again?

  • Edward Z
    Edward Z wrote:

    711
    RasMan initialization failure. Check the event log. ---- How about now?

  • High Priest
    High Priest wrote:

    Oh ok, it's working very fine now. Xie xie

  • V. Bilrost
    V. Bilrost wrote:

    Thanks a million Ed, you did a fantastic job!

  • Ejdnzlaj
    Ejdnzlaj wrote:

    wtf, you have to pay for hotspot sheild now?

    set up your own vpn. just pay for a slice of a server and put set it up with openvpn

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    Where's your kiddie porn data haven?

  • Ejdnzlaj
    Ejdnzlaj wrote:

    it's only accessable by a bash script that unsheaths it's mythical disguise as printer drivers. 

  • Simen Wangberg

    I'm still getting a 711 error. Why won't the RazMan initialize, or whatever? Uhhhh.

  • A豆腐
    A豆腐 wrote:

    Ed !!Ed !!! please save our asses!!! why don´t want to use the fucking hotspot shield ಥ_ಥ

  • A豆腐
    A豆腐 wrote:

    bad news, Ed is in a Reeducation camp, learning how bad is fuck with 金盾工程

  • Simen Wangberg

    I asked one of my Chinese buddies if he could hook me up with a VPN or at least point me in the right direction, since he's a fellow dorkmaster, but he just goes "well, you know the authorities are watching these things..."

    Which I kind of laughed at, but...the government does do a fair job of tracking down VPNs/proxies and doing whatever it is that they do that prevents them from working.

    Although to be fair, the dilemma with Hotspot Shield has nothing to do with the Chinese government - the company that makes the software just wants you to pay for it now. It only "works" if you buy the premium version. The free version just gives you some error message and redirects you to their homepage...where you can pay for the premium version.

  • A豆腐
    A豆腐 wrote:

    [...] have you surfing your porn again in no time..

    The worst thing of the Ed´s software was... porn webpages blocked... he doesn´t let us watch porn :(

  • Simen Wangberg

    "porn webpages blocked..."

    Whoa, for real? Any interest I had in making this thing work before has completely evaporated. Well, thanks for the heads-up.

    I do appreciate the effort and time spent to create the software, but...I don't need a nanny.

  • Simen Wangberg

    "watching porn is a massive waste of life, i just want to use facebook and youtube"

    Because telling your Facebook friends about your dinner plans and looking at videos of cats doing stupid shit is a much more worthwhile use of your time than reducing your susceptibility to prostate cancer.

    Totally.

  • Simen Wangberg

    "i have a question: does wlib have some moles of...well you know..."

    Yes.

    Yes, the Chinese government, in all its infinite might and wisdom, has dispatched several agents to this website to infiltrate and expose groups of imperialist running dogs.

    Stop interfering with China's domestic situation.

    And I'm actually not trying to pick on you in this thread, but it's just too easy sometimes and I'm bored today.

  • Ataahua
    Ataahua wrote:

    Sarah Jessica Parker removed her mole, failure~~~~~~~~~~

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