[quote=“HulaHoop, post:12, topic:388”]The settings are not clear and I must be doing something wrong. Combined onioncat settings in context of example you posted.
HiddenServicePort 8060 192.168.0.11:8060
sudo service tor reload[/quote]
nano /var/lib/tor/onioncat/hostname [/quote] — This part doesn’t work says there is a new file being created. Shows nothing relevant.[/quote]
Where do you read these instructions?
I fixed instructions for https://www.whonix.org/wiki/Voip#Mumble_Server_Instructions a bit. They used HiddenServicePort without HiddenServiceDir.
Please first get a hidden webserver test wise working.
If it works, feel free to disable.
Then move on to more complicated things, i.e. onioncat.
I wish you can test this.
I can test it. It would help if instructions were ready so far.
It makes more sense because you know anonymity minded people who already know your identity to talk with.
I still need to find someone who does that experiment with me. Maybe Jason will help once the instructions are ready.
The maximum I can do with my setup is simulate two hidden services connected with onioncat and running Jitsi or Linphone inside. A VOIP call on the same computer is pointless and probably too confusing to tell if it really works or if I'm just hearing my own echo.
It would still help a lot if you get to this point, I could do a real test with Jason.
This functionality is really important. It needs to exist in an easy way for others.
Sure. It's another item in the great stream of great suggestions. So much functionality needs to exist. Such as:
Or stuff from: