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- Dec 15 2016, 3:39 PM (113 w, 1 d)
Sep 2 2017
Aug 28 2017
Aug 24 2017
Two screen shots below to disable Tor.
Did you by any chance forgot to add verifications for the port#? I still see non-numbers, -ve numbers etc are accepted
Aug 22 2017
sorry @iry I have been busy lately, will get back to you very soon on this
Aug 13 2017
My mistake, it was indeed .org.
btw, I now see the url as https://bridges.torproject.org/options, which seems perfect
Aug 11 2017
Thanks @iry for the detail explanation.
Aug 10 2017
One more issue
- Click on configure
- Choose obfs4
- Next (do not choose proxy)
- Next - Here we get the summary showing "Bridges" Provided Pbfs4"
- Now go "Back", "back" twice and now choose "enter custom bridges".
- Next, Next. Now see the summary pages. "Bridges:" info is not refreshed. It is still showing the old value.
Thanks for all the updates
Aug 9 2017
3 screen shots here - one after another
Aug 4 2017
@iry - Is there any reason why the all windows doesn't have "X" at the top right corner even though they have "cancel" button?
There are some windows with "X" at the top and some doesn't.
Is it fine to have a "X" button for all windows which can be either "Cancel"led or "OK"ayed?
Does not have "X"
Aug 2 2017
This is probably not the proper way to install it. But I have not figured out how to package it as .deb
@iry Can you please let me know how to run your scripts in whonix13? The steps which I require to run/test your modified scripts. I could pull your changes to my local branch. But how do I run them?
Aug 1 2017
Jul 31 2017
Removed the comments. Let me know if any more clean up is required
I copied the whole conf file form the https://github.com/Whonix/sdwdate/pull/19
Removed the link which is not working or big time difference
and here it is.
Jul 30 2017
Couple of more onions added (Suggested by anonymous1 and approved by Hulahoop
Many of these didn't work for me so did not add then, EXAMPLE
jxm5d6emw5rknovg.onion - out of 6 times 4 times I got a timeout
yuxv6qujajqvmypv.onion: Timeout (Curl --head also Not OK)
u75jkrt3umu2c7pn.onion: Timeout (Curl --head also Not OK)
qssio5fppcrojdh3.onion: Timeout (Curl --head also Not OK)
Jul 29 2017
Output of Modified unit_test which picks up set of 3 urls at a time, finds the difference, calculates the avg of difference too.
Feb 26 2017
Feb 22 2017
should fix it. I am setting it to "Sdwdate".
Feb 15 2017
Just an update.
Should fix the right click menu freeze issue
Feb 14 2017
Something strange. I can see it in my VM
should fix the issues
Feb 13 2017
I do not see the issue in my case. I have latest sni-qt installed and the sdwdate icon is also visible.
Feb 10 2017
Tested standalone using - python3 url_to_unixtime 127.0.0.1 9050 check.torproject.org 80 true
Feb 9 2017
One more typo fixed
usr/share/sdwdate/unit_test shows some broken output:
porting to python3 should fix this.
Probably also needed: python3-gevent
This has couple of commits involving
This is the first one to go. This change requires the following
sudo apt-get install python3-socksipy
sudo apt-get install python3-dateutil
In-between, if anyone, else wants to give this a try, are welcome to do so
Let me give this a try, but probably once I am done with the porting of all the sdwdate/sdwdate-gui scripts to python3
Infact, these files itself needs quite a lot of work to convert into python3. It is probably not just changing the shebang.
It requires new modules to be installed, changes in those modules needs to be incorporated too. So modularizing the work will help me.
I am trying to list down the files that needs conversion
Yes it is indeed by design.
Some comments in the code
Thanks Patrick. No comments from my end.
I see the same issue (repeated right click , restart ) is present even in the older version. Can you verify that once?
If so, we can fork "unresponsive right click" issue out of this ticket.
Feb 8 2017
Well this issue is seen only in "Jessie" not in "Stetch". Still I fixed this.
Should fix this issue
- I am not sure what changes are needed to make sure that we do
Feb 7 2017
As discussed with Patrick the issue is with the new KDE 5 (Plasma) architecture
Feb 4 2017
Sure Patrick. Everything looks good (as per my understanding)
This is possible when we are reading the file as "string" of characters [normally how we read a file]
But in this case we are reading our file as yaml which is a "dictionary" and each of the "match" we have to modified are the keys of the dictionary.
Feb 3 2017
Perfect Patrick. Thanks.
Feb 1 2017
OK, I got this one.
The filter does not work with that.
I think this needs to be tor-controlport-filter-merger.d?
Jan 31 2017
Jan 28 2017
Can you provide me few real yml files to be placed under
which I can use to write the /usr/lib/tor-controlport-filter-merger?
The issue here is that - msgdispatcher_dispatch_x is a generic script, which displays the message that comes to it.
Now, the question is - what is the best way to find out a generic way to split a message into the below three parts
- Part that comes inside message being displayed
- Part that comes inside 'Show Details"
- Part that comes inside 'More Help'
Jan 25 2017
Yes it was a typo.
Fixed it in another commit
Done in 4 merges
Merge 1 - Replace the current tor-controlport-filter with
Jan 24 2017
I this item can be closed now, Patrick?
Another old task
Jan 20 2017
Thanks Patrick. Looks good to me
Jan 18 2017
whonix-setup-wizard, 1 change required, to be merged
So we are done with
From guimessages - 1 change required and it done
br_add - nothing to add
striphtml nothing to add
generic_gui_message - done
tb_updater_gui - done
Jan 17 2017
Is this task about doing this for all python scripts?
With couple of more lines made ctrl+c to work. Can you verify please?
Is this what is required here?
Small change. I know this is not in the purview of this task, but may be good to have.
Jan 13 2017
Jan 12 2017
Changes to the security profile
Jan 9 2017
Fixed it. Bad error handling.
Dec 22 2016