[tor-dev] Standalone flash proxy
david at bamsoftware.com
Fri Jun 21 22:19:29 UTC 2013
On Tue, Jun 18, 2013 at 02:53:56PM -0700, Arlo Breault wrote:
> I wrote a little wrapper to provide a headless flash proxy.
> It requires node.js >= v0.8.x
> To install and run,
> > npm install -g flashproxy # adds the flashproxy bin to your path
> > flashproxy
I didn't find the npm nor nodejs packages on Debian testing; apparently
they are only in unstable. However "apt-get install npm nodejs" worked
from universe on Ubuntu 11.04. I also needed "apt-get install git".
I tried installing without the -g option. This seemed to copy a
directory tree into the current directory.
npm install flashproxy
npm start flashproxy
>From there I started seeing debug messages.
Anyone else care to test this procedure? This is a way of running a
flash proxy without a browser; i.e. as a background daemon.
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