[or-cvs] make it clearer that you need to configure your application...
arma at seul.org
arma at seul.org
Wed Jul 13 07:03:10 UTC 2005
Update of /home2/or/cvsroot/tor/doc
In directory moria:/home/arma/work/onion/cvs/tor/doc
make it clearer that you need to configure your applications to use tor
and blow away spaces at the end of lines
RCS file: /home2/or/cvsroot/tor/doc/tor-doc-win32.html,v
retrieving revision 1.55
retrieving revision 1.56
diff -u -d -r1.55 -r1.56
--- tor-doc-win32.html 13 Jul 2005 01:49:12 -0000 1.55
+++ tor-doc-win32.html 13 Jul 2005 07:03:08 -0000 1.56
@@ -57,7 +57,7 @@
<p>Once the installer is finished, it will run Tor in a window so
-you can see its logs and errors. (When you wish to browse anonymously,
+you can see its logs and errors. (When you wish to browse anonymously,
you may minimize this window, but do not close it.)
@@ -66,20 +66,22 @@
<p>Tor comes configured as a client by default. It uses a built-in
default configuration file, and most people won't need to change any of
-the settings. Tor is now installed. Close the Tor client for now by
+the settings. Tor is now installed. Close the Tor client for now by
closing the cmd window.</p>
<h2>Step Two: Install Privoxy for Web Browsing</h2>
<p>After installing Tor, you need to configure your applications to use it.
The first step is to set up web browsing. Start by installing <a
href="http://www.privoxy.org/">Privoxy</a> (click on 'recent releases',
then scroll down to the MS Windows installer packages). Privoxy is a filtering
web proxy that integrates well with Tor. Once it's installed, it should
-appear in your system tray as a "P" in a circle, as pictured below: Exit from
-Privoxy for now by right clicking on the "P" icon and finding the exit option.
+appear in your system tray as a "P" in a circle, as pictured below: Exit from
+Privoxy for now by right clicking on the "P" icon and finding the exit option.
<img alt="privoxy icon in the system tray"
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