I've configured and started gnunet-0.8.1-alt1.M51.1 service on my system (the reason I use a more than 2 years old version is that the system is an old installation of ALTLinux 5.1, and I wanted to use a pre-built package without upgrading the system).
gnunet-auto-share on a directory, and also
gnunet-search -L DEBUG GPL to test whether I can connect to and search the global gnunet.
It has been running for almost a day (24 hours) already, there are no results, and AFAIU no network activity created by gnunet.
Does this mean that I have some problems with the package I have installed or with my configuration, or simply the protocol of gnunet-0.8.1 is outdated, and that's why it doesn't connect to any peers (which use a modern, incompatible protocol)?
(I have turned on
nat transports, and turned off
http because it caused an error: no library for it as found.)