Vidalia for Debian
Default Configuration: Simplest and Painless
Currently, Vidalia speaks against Tor directly through a local (unix) socket.
This is recommended and Debian's default configuration.
Only two (even only one) steps are required to be performed:
1. Answer debconf question at Vidalia's config/upgrade time
README.source for the vidalia package
vidalia is managed in a Git repository using git-buildpackage (pristine-tar
included). It follows most of the advice provided by Russ Allbery at:
You will be able to clone master and upstream branches at once using gbp:
$ gbp-clone git://anonscm.debian.org/collab-maint/v
vidalia (0.3.1-1) experimental; urgency=low
A known bug has been introduced at this release point (in fact it was on
0.2.16, see below), which produces a little undesired effect on very
particular configuration sets.
If you use Vidalia to control Tor and change Tor's config but Vidalia's
saveconf attempt fails (e.g. because Vidalia is controlling the system To
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is Vidalia?
vidalia (0.3.3~alpha-2) experimental; urgency=low
* Grant some more AppArmor credentials to Vidal
This is Debian's prepackaged version of Vidalia, controller GUI for the Tor
Browse inside vidalia_0.3.3~alpha-2.debian.tar.gz
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