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Mon, 31 May 2021 12:41:36 +0200
I got the gnunet messenger working on my laptop.
The next test will be installing GNUnet on a second computer
then invoke the messenger using ssh. I'm also thinking about
using pidgin/libpurple as a ui for the messenger. I did not test
ROOMKEY and IDENTITY yet.
* Welcome to the messenger, 'anonymous'!
* You try to open a room...
* You joined the room.
[95D7GG] * 'anonymous' joined the room!
[K6G3HE] * 'anonymous' joined the room!
[K6G3HE] * 'anonymous' gets renamed to 'anonymous'
[95D7GG] * 'anonymous' gets renamed to 'anonymous'
[95D7GG] * 'anonymous' says: "aaaaaaaa"
[95D7GG] * 'anonymous' says: "hallo"
[K6G3HE] * 'anonymous' says: "welt"
Open and connect to rooms using the MESSENGER to chat.
Arguments mandatory for long options are also mandatory for short options.
-c, --config=FILENAME use configuration file FILENAME
-d, --door=PEERIDENTITY peer identity to entry into the room
-e, --ego=IDENTITY identity to use for messaging
-h, --help print this help
-L, --log=LOGLEVEL configure logging to use LOGLEVEL
-l, --logfile=FILENAME configure logging to write logs to FILENAME
-p, --private flag to enable private mode
-r, --room=ROOMKEY key of the room to connect to
-v, --version print the version number
Report bugs to email@example.com.
Home page: http://www.gnu.org/s/gnunet/
General help using GNU software: http://www.gnu.org/gethelp/
Tobias Platen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Messenger working,
Tobias Platen <=