Well anonet moved client ports, and I was getting some questions about the whole thing. The client port has finally been well… finalized as far as I can tell. I don’t use it all that much but I figured that the ‘bar’ needed lowering for people curious about this anonet thing.
So what I’ve done for windows people is to setup an installable version of DSL linux that is just click and run that is configured for anonet. It’s got the DNS information all ready to go so you can run nirc and join the main irc server (don’t forget to edit the .nirc file if you so wish) and the dillo & firefox web browsers are also setup & working. However firefox is SLOW… But I figure this will allow people to easily see what’s what without installing any device drivers… And it’s more fun in a VM.
Currently I’m just sharing this in a torrent which you can download here:
Naturally you can use things like utorrent (http://utorrent.com/) to download it.
It’s all setup in a nsis script that I’ve been evolving from the BSD4.2 on windows thing.. so it’ll be straightforward to install & uninstall. Vista & Windows 7 users need to remember that the disk image will re-appear in their:
%userprofile%\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files (x86)\anonet-client\
Directories… so remember to remove it.. I don’t know how to do that nicely offhand just yet.
Oh well you can leave me feedback public/private anonymously or whatever.
I haven’t been able to connect to their client port today. I’m wondering if it’s just my connection or it’s down. Have you been able to connect?
same thing today and yesterday, can’t get to there site on the reg net either – on two diff computer’s i can’t connect
I just connected, it would seem that the port has been updated in some fashion. Be sure to update your config file & the certificates!
They do have a tendancy to change stuff from time to time.
What happened to it?