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Re: Tor Routing

From: znavko
Subject: Re: Tor Routing
Date: Thu, 02 May 2019 08:35:05 +0000

No, I think it is quite different stuff. Networkmanager is a service. But 
torify is used for programs.
Do you know how to configure icecat or ungoogled-chromium to use tor?
for ungoogled-chromium:
for icecat:

May 2, 2019 8:30 AM, "Raghav Gururajan" <address@hidden 
(mailto:address@hidden<address@hidden>)> wrote:
Ah! That's awesome. If I want to route everything, should I do "torify 

May 2, 2019 4:26 AM, address@hidden (mailto:address@hidden) wrote:
 The command 'torify' from torsocks package (`guix package -i torsocks`) is for 
Examples: `$ torify filezilla`, `$ torify ssh`.

As for tor-hidden-service declaration in cgit 
 tor is listening specified ports. So you can add ports in tor-hidden-service 
as example there.
I've not tried this, cause tor network might fall down, so I use it manually 
running `tor` in one terminal and `torify ssh ..` in another.
May 2, 2019 8:08 AM, "Raghav Gururajan" <address@hidden 
(mailto:address@hidden)> wrote:
 Hello Guix!

To route all my system's traffic through by Tor by default, what and how should 
I declare Tor
Service in System Services? I tried the guide but I am not able to understand. 
I am looking for
exact syntax and configuration.

Thank you!


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