as a veteran Tails-user I’m used to Vidalia. I try to get up to speed with Arm and I’m wondering:
how do I manually close a particular Tor curcuit here? I mean, I know pressing “n” builds new circuits but this isn’t too helpful/useful … in Vidalia, I just select a particular curcuit and press the “Del” key and it’s gone. Very handy if you’re dealing with stupid spam filters that try to block you from accessing certain sites. “Del”, F5, “Del”, F5, “Del”, F5 and there you have it (if Tor isn’t blocked per se). linuxquestions.org is a good example here. Using Tails for a long time, I found, that this is a much better approach than using the “new identity” features of either Vidalia or Torbutton.
related to that: how do I see in Arm what site is opened through what curcuit? I mean, how does Arm show the user that I’m connected through curcuit A with whonix.org and through curcuit B with tails.boum.org (as an example)?
Are these things even possible with Arm? And if not, is it possible to use Vidalia with Whonix? If so, any documentation on how to introduce it? btw, I (personally) would need a setup recommendation that is able to control a Physically Isolated Gateway.