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- Jun 4 2017, 2:29 AM (147 w, 3 d)
Jun 17 2018
Added a very few commits on top. Including sudoers.d. Should be shorted. But not fully tested. Please test when convenient.
Thank you for the commits, Patrick!
May 27 2018
The starter script of the alternative TBB instance could overwrite this
global, default environment variable.
May 26 2018
I realized the homepage was set by an environment variable.
Apr 15 2018
Could you add a new (python) wrapper here please? (Also the reason why using the short command in the first place.)
Apr 14 2018
Tor is started by systemd which uses the parameters as above, therefore, we need to keep the verification consistent with it.
I grepped all the whonix source code and I believe these two PRs are enough to fix all the existing wrong tor --verify commands and hints used in Whonix.
Apr 6 2018
Apr 5 2018
Apr 3 2018
Mar 21 2018
The ticket can be closed now since TPO has fixed the problem. (I do not have the permission to close it.)
Jan 12 2018
It is still unclear to me if there is any other known and unknown ways to detect the fonts installed in Whonix by other applications.
Browser tests are problematic generally.
Tor Browser has a feature effectively limit that, no? Or do you mean
localized Tor Browser's for non-English have different fonts? That seems
plausible, but is it a fact?
Jan 8 2018
Another disadvantage for a) and b):
Jan 6 2018
The first step for us is to localize Whonix?
Dec 7 2017
Could anyone please help me to test if these two pull request will be enough to Integrate anon-connection-wizard into whonix-setup-wizard?
Aug 31 2017
Patrick pointed out:
Aug 28 2017
Aug 27 2017
Aug 26 2017
- when parsingTorrc() parses a corrupt file, it will get an out-of-bound error, causing anon-connection-wizard can not be started. We need to give up parsing.
Thank you very much for your feedback!
Aug 17 2017
One small request - is it possible to make the first 4 characters of the bridge case insensitive?
obfs4 188.8.131.52:44514 C52DA34113488533340ECDDBEA7DA4FABEEE7A39 cert=FzzNqEIGM39D3Zb2SdVZFA8K//xx4N82zkmfiWM8MceuChlsNZ9eOSN0jRAjiYR801sAFQ iat-mode=0
as well as
OBFS4 184.108.40.206:44514 C52DA34113488533340ECDDBEA7DA4FABEEE7A39 cert=FzzNqEIGM39D3Zb2SdVZFA8K//xx4N82zkmfiWM8MceuChlsNZ9eOSN0jRAjiYR801sAFQ iat-mode=0
should work. You can handle this in your code by making the first 4 character case insensitive.
Aug 11 2017
That is correct. This is how it was showed by the UX team. I think this will be good. All in same page, so validation and other stuff will be quite easy to handle
Aug 10 2017
I am thinking about integrating three pages into one, which are the main connection page, bridge setting page and proxy page. It seems that this is also the design by TPO UX team.
Thank you very much for your detailed feedback!
Aug 9 2017
Several termination-related problems have been fixed or improved:
Thank you very much for your feedback.
Aug 5 2017
I have enabled the "X" button and fixed some quit-program related issues.
Aug 2 2017
copy all the ./directory to /directory, for example, cp ./usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/anon_connection_wizard /usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/anon_connection_wizard
I wish you had not started viewing my previous code. Because a huge amount of changes have been made to anon-connection-wizard, especially in terms of UX:
Jul 31 2017
Could you help me review my new pull request please ?
Jul 19 2017
Jul 14 2017
Yes. Sounds good.
(All of that is, as long we don't learn how exactly torrc.d will be
working and when deb.torproject.org will start shipping a stable package
with torrc.d enabled by default.)
Jul 13 2017
- investigate on why KDE Accessible will be open when kdesudo anon-connection-wizard
tor_status.py module will be in anon-connection-wizard package, instead of whonix-setup-wizard (which will be aborted?).
I encountered a bug when trying to fix the issue.
Jul 11 2017
Jul 9 2017
Current anon-connection-wizard will complain "no tor control connected!!!" and strangely open an application called kde accessible.
Jul 8 2017
Hi, Patrick and JasonJAyalaP !
Jul 4 2017
If that sounds good, could you suggest that in the Debian ticket please?
Jul 3 2017
I have fixed some bugs you mentioned in the todo list. And I encountered the following problem now:
Switch your import tor_status to the commented out line (from anon_ import tor status). This is how whonix-setup-wizard does it at least, and that should solve two problems (not finding the module, module placement error while building).
I did this, switching from import tor_status to from anon_connection_wizard import tor_status, however, I got the following error:
ImportError: cannot import name 'tor_status'
I also tried to run the whonix-setup-wizard cloned from the current Whonix repository and got the same error. Could you please tell me what I did wrong? Thank you very much!
I have a concern that:
- if we put 40_anon-connection-wizard-autogenerated.torrc in /etc/torrc.d/
- the %include /etc/torrc.d line is in /usr/share/tor/tor-service-defaults-torrc
It's not clear to me yet in which order configuration files will be parsed.
Daniel answered this: http://forums.kkkkkkkkkk63ava6.onion/t/torrc-d-is-comming/4041/10
Jun 30 2017
Is there anything left to do?
Thank you so much for offering me feedback! I really appreciate your help!
Jun 9 2017
Thank you so mcuh for your feedback and instructions!
Jun 8 2017
I'm hoping he can put in better text about how to edit the torrc file for bridges (instead of "go do it").
Jun 4 2017
(but should obfs4 have the "managed" line?).
It gives a link, but there is a better link: https://bridges.torproject.org/options
whonixsetup, when selecting "tor is censored in my area" says "Go add bridges to torrc and come back". The advice " Start -> Applications -> torrc" needs to be changed to Start -> Applications -> System -> torrc