I was also wondering about the open-link-confirmation, why do we need that ?
It’s less ‘us’ and more ‘alternate tor browser profiles for non-tor networks.’ All my change does is make it possible for /usr/bin/*browser to set $tb_title, which will be used as an alternate title/WM_CLASS for the browser that is launches and be the label shown interactively.
It would also be great if we could change the default search engine to legworks.i2p since duckduckgo isn’t useful in this setup, i did a quick search but couldn’t find the setting.
Happily. I’m pretty sure I remember where it is.
Could you add a flag for privoxy to change the port 4444 to 8118?
yes, I can and will, but in case you aren’t aware one of @TNT_BOM_BOM’s questions may be related
why we dont have Whonix-I2P repo to do things separately from Whonix-Tor and only for Whonix-I2P?
and/or rebuild the i2pbrowser to be downloaded separately (like downloading it from link)+signature?
Honestly I just don’t have the time or the resources/infrastructure to get a built-from-scratch TB variant for i2p going. Toward the end of December I’ll probably be starting a new job that will let me quit my night job(like many Americans, I have a deeply unhealthy relationship with my employment) and I plan to revisit the idea then when I have more time and money…
thats will give also wider space of usage from I2P users as well.
…particularly for the benefit of platforms that aren’t a Linux. No argument here.
LibreJS sounds fun to me and more easier to use for I2P eepsites.