How to bundle polipo and privoxy?

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by esadd, Dec 28, 2009.

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  1. esadd

    esadd Registered Member

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    I really want a Tor Browser Bundle with polipo and privoxy combined and work together. I made my own bundle modified from Tor Browser Bundle for Windows, but my bundle can only use one of them privoxy or polipo not both, privoxy is the default. I just don't know yet how to use both privoxy and polipo in the same bundle. Maybe someone can help. My bundle contains

    vidalia 0.2.6
    tor 0.2.1.21
    firefox 3.5.6
    torbutton 1.2.4
    privoxy 3.0.15
    polipo 1.0.4 (optional)

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  2. Nebulus

    Nebulus Registered Member

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    You simply put both of them in your bundle, then configure them corectly. From Polipo FAQ:
     
  3. esadd

    esadd Registered Member

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    of course, is not the case, the problem I still have to run one of them manually or separate from the bundle (Start Tor Browser.exe can not run them both but one)

    .\App\privoxy.exe and -c .\Data\Privoxy\config

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    .\App\polipo.exe and -c .\Data\Polipo\config
     
    Last edited: Dec 29, 2009
  4. esadd

    esadd Registered Member

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    My bundle was already on fastfreefilehosting before torbrowser1.3.0 is out, probably it was the first Tor bundle with firefox 3.5.x before torbrowser1.3.0. I try to introduced it the first time in the comments on torblog. A few days later when torbrowser1.3.0 is about to came out at the same time my posts relating to it on torblog suddenly been removed, then the link to my file on fastfreefilehosting is broken and the file itself suddenly removed. Then every time I post about my bundle on torblog again, always deleted and removed


    Tor Browser.exe
     
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