wolfcryptjni

I2P router issues
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B0B
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wolfcryptjni

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After updating to 0.9.50 (and later versions) the router no longer starts up.

Most notable lines in "wrapper.log":

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Starting I2P 0.9.50-0
2021/10/29 12:54:57 | INFO: Native CPUID library jcpuid-x86-windows loaded from file
2021/10/29 12:54:57 | WrapperSimpleApp:
2021/10/29 12:54:57 | WrapperSimpleApp Error: Encountered an error running main:
2021/10/29 12:54:57 | WrapperSimpleApp Error: java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: no wolfcryptjni in java.library.path: [C:\WinApps\i2p, C:\WinApps\i2p\lib]
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and

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2021/10/29 12:46:10 | Starting I2P 1.5.0-0
2021/10/29 12:46:10 | INFO: Native CPUID library jcpuid-x86-windows loaded from file
2021/10/29 12:46:10 | WrapperSimpleApp:
2021/10/29 12:46:10 | WrapperSimpleApp Error: Encountered an error running main:
2021/10/29 12:46:10 | WrapperSimpleApp Error: java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: no wolfcryptjni in java.library.path: [C:\WinApps\i2p, C:\WinApps\i2p\lib]
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Replacing "i2p.jar" with one from an older backup (2021-07-06, CRC32: 864A1592) makes it work again while still showing "1.5.0-0" in the console. Of course it'll keep bugging me to update to 1.5.0 from there as it's a kind of an hybrid setup right now.

The only thing I know is that "wolfcryptjni" has something to do with SSL.



I2P version: 1.5.0-0
API version: 0.9.51
Java version: Oracle Corporation 13.0.2 (Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment 13.0.2+8)
Wrapper version: 3.5.25
Server version: 9.3.29.v20201019
Servlet version: Jasper JSP 2.3 Engine (3.1)
JSTL version: standard-taglib 1.2.0
Platform: Windows 10 amd64 10.0
Processor: (irrelevant, but it's there)
JBigI status: Locally optimized library jbigi-windows-coreisbr_64.dll loaded from file
GMP version: 6.0.0
JBigI version: 3
JCpuId version: 3
Encoding: (irrelevant)
Charset: (irrelevant)
Built By: (irrelevant)
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Re: wolfcryptjni

Post by B0B »

Forget about it.

For a really long time it was fun but without being able to get any support it's time to just give up. I mean... even the issue I wrote about over a year ago is still unanswered.

I'll just remove my regular i2p setup and install the standalone version of MuWire in stead. Problems solved.
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