Mon, Feb 18
Other imporvements in this thread such as functioning SMTP gateways are also part of this ticket:
Sat, Feb 16
I also noticed the file "~/.tb/first-boot-home-population.done" which suggests that whonix does something on first boot
Sat, Feb 2
I created a user documentation page explaining this feature and when to use it for users to understand.
Not only relevant for retroshare.
@Patrick Was this only relevant for Retroshare?
Middle of the range solution. How does this sound? Confirmed it falls within the private address CIDR:
Thu, Jan 31
Jan 23 2019
Jan 22 2019
With TPO infrastructure using onions, its now a good idea to switch tb-updater to check for version info and downloads to these more secure mirrors.
Jan 20 2019
postpone to Whonix 15 since cryptsetup has initramfs hooks (small chance of regressions)
Jan 19 2019
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Jan 13 2019
Seems so. This one is a context menu option or commandline but it supports a lot more stuff than the original and it pulls in other specialized tools to do the work.
Jan 12 2019
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unrar-free is redundant because it supports a smaller feature-set of unar
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My advice is to use a private address range reserved for this purpose by IANA. These will never be used in the future by anyone. Sine we use 10.x.x.x and moved away from 192.x.x.x, this leaves 172.x.x.x