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Vidalia also makes it easy to contribute to the Tor network by helping you set up a Tor server.
Tor protects privacy in communications via a distributed network of relays run by volunteers all around the world: it prevents anybody watching Internet connections from learning what sites you visit, and it prevents the visited sites from learning your physical location. Tor works with web browsers, instant messaging programs, remote login clients, and many other TCP-based applications.
Vidalia for Debian ------------------ --------------------------- DEPRECATED (or so) --------------------------- Currently, Vidalia speaks directly through a socket to Tor, only required steps to perform is to answer properly at Debconf templates for adding Vidalia users into debian-tor group, who owns Tor's Control Socket. The following doc more»
vidalia (0.2.14-2) unstable; urgency=low As #552556 got solved up through the years, really great news come up today . Having "Control Socket" enabled by default on Tor package lets us to turn to almost zero configuration required for Vidalia users to run Tor . This means we are be able to speak, through a local Unix socket, with Tor directly with no extra authentication required more»
Frequently Asked Questions ========================== 1. General 1. What is Vidalia? 2. Does Vidalia run on my operating system? 3. How can I find out when new Vidalia releases are available? 4. Where can I get additional support for Vidalia? 2. Running 1. I installed Vidalia/Tor/Privoxy. Now what? 2. Can I run Vidalia from a USB drive? more»
VIDALIA(1) VIDALIA(1) NAME vidalia - Contro more»
vidalia (0.2.15-1) unstable; urgency=low * New upstream release. -- Ulises Vitulli <dererk@debi more»
This is Debian's prepackaged version of Vidalia, controller GUI for the Tor software. Original sour more»