[tor-commits] [webwml/staging] remove GUI/vidalia relay guide

sebastian at torproject.org sebastian at torproject.org
Tue Oct 28 08:25:21 UTC 2014

commit 659ce5871f3fe7f4a033d33d79147b30c92d9203
Author: Nima Fatemi <mrphs at riseup.net>
Date:   Tue Oct 28 01:50:58 2014 +0000

    remove GUI/vidalia relay guide
 docs/en/tor-doc-relay.wml |   55 ---------------------------------------------
 1 file changed, 55 deletions(-)

diff --git a/docs/en/tor-doc-relay.wml b/docs/en/tor-doc-relay.wml
index fd025a1..a2069f2 100644
--- a/docs/en/tor-doc-relay.wml
+++ b/docs/en/tor-doc-relay.wml
@@ -54,61 +54,6 @@
-    <a id="setup"></a>
-    <h2><a class="anchor" href="#setup">Configure Tor with the Vidalia Graphical Interface</a></h2>
-    <br>
-    <p>Please note that this graphical approach is only for
-    Windows users (and very dedicated OS X users): most fast Tor
-    relays are run on Debian or Ubuntu using the <a href="<page
-    docs/tor-relay-debian>">system Tor package</a>, and we encourage
-    you to go that route too.
-    </p>
-    <p>
-    Before you start, verify that your clock and timezone are set
-    correctly. If possible, synchronize your clock with public <a
-    href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Network_Time_Protocol">time
-    servers</a>.
-    </p>
-    <ol type=1>
-<li>Right click on the Vidalia icon in your task bar.  Choose Control Panel.</li><br />
-    	<img alt="Vidalia right click menu" src="$(IMGROOT)/screenshot-win32-vidalia.png" />
-    <li>Click "Setup Relaying".</li>
-    <li>
-    Choose "Relay Traffic for the Tor network" if you
-want to be a public relay (recommended), or choose "Help
-censored users reach the Tor network" if you want to be a <a
-href="<page docs/faq>#RelayOrBridge">non-public bridge</a>.</li><br />
-    <img alt="Vidalia basic settings" src="$(IMGROOT)/screenshot-win32-configure-relay-1.png" />
-    <li>Enter a nickname for your relay, and enter contact information in
-    case we need to contact you about problems.</li>
-    <li>Leave "Attempt to automatically configure port forwarding" ticked.
-    Push the "Test" button to see if it works. If it does work, great.
-    If not, see the section on reachability below.</li>
-    <li>Choose the "Bandwidth Limits" tab.  Select how much bandwidth you want to provide for Tor users like yourself.</li><br />
-    <img alt="Vidalia bandwidth limits" src="$(IMGROOT)/screenshot-win32-configure-relay-2.png" />
-    <li>Select the "Exit Policies" tab.  If you want to allow others
-    to use your relay for these services, don't change anything.  Un-check
-    the services you don't want to allow people to <a href="<page
-    docs/faq>#ExitPolicies">reach from your relay</a>.  If you want to
-    be a non-exit relay, un-check all services.</li><br />
-    <img alt="Vidalia exit policies" src="$(IMGROOT)/screenshot-win32-configure-relay-3.png" />
-    <li>Click "Ok".</li>
-    </ol>
-    <hr>
     <a id="torrc"></a>
     <h2><a class="anchor" href="#torrc">Configure Tor by editing the torrc file</a></h2>
     <br />

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