[jitsi-dev] Jitsi & Tor: is it possible?


#1

Dear developers!
In the discussion on the Tor mail list I was advised to do some
experiments with Jitsi for voice communication through Tor to Hidden
Service:
http://www.mail-archive.com/tor-talk @ lists.torproject.org/msg07515.html
To be honest, I do not want to do anything with the currently active
project and create a forks. I see the real possibility of this on the
abbandonware project PGPFone ( http://torfone.org ) and now I play with
SpeakFreely.
Jitsi - a very good and popular VOIP client. Many users would like to be
able to work through Tor, using a custom p2p TCP protocol and a single
port.
It would also be cool to be able to directly encrypted connection between
two Jitsi and "manual" NAT traversal for users who do not trust the
external servers.
Is it possible to implement this in future versions?
Best Regards, Van.


#2

Dear all,

this is a severe problem on mac os X. I deleted Apples Java 1.6. I have 1.7 release 15 installed. But whenever I open Jitsi I get a popup telling me to install apples java. I assume this is related to the fact that 1.7 java is 64-bit and Jitsi maybe is 32-bit (not sure about that).

What would be a good way to deal with this problem? Forcing the user to have 2 installs of Java isn't too cool. Any chance for a 64-bit jitsi?

Hope this can be addressed before the 2.0 release.

Best,
steve


#3

Dear all,

I deleted Apples Java 1.6. I
have 1.7 release 15 installed. But whenever I open Jitsi I get a
popup telling me to install apples java. I assume this is related to
the fact that 1.7 java is 64-bit and Jitsi maybe is 32-bit (not sure
about that).

This message comes from the OS so I suppose you may be missing one or
two settings here and there.

this is a severe problem on mac os X.

Couldn't it be a result of your deleting java 1.6? To me it sounds like
regular users wouldn't see it.

What would be a good way to deal with this problem? Forcing the user
to have 2 installs of Java isn't too cool.

Mmm ... that's not quite accurate. Only using the default Java should be
just fine. Also, you may try running from source with 1.7. This would
only require getting your console environment right.

Any chance for a 64-bit
jitsi?

We ship both 32 and 64 binaries for mac.

Hope this can be addressed before the 2.0 release.

I don't think there's necessarily something for us to address here, but
even if that were the case, I am afraid it's late for any technical
changes. We are at the point of generating deltas and release notes.

We can keep investigating and we'll address that in 2.1 if we determine
that it's a problem with Jitsi.

Cheers,
Emil

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On 03.03.13, 23:18, Steve wrote:

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#4

We ship both 32 and 64 binaries for mac.

Where can I find 64-bit versions, to test? Or are both versions contained here in the single dmg? https://download.jitsi.org/jitsi/nightly/macosx/


#5

Yes, all the binaries in the dmg are compiled as universal so they have
both the 32 and 64 bit variants.

Cheers,
Emil

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On 04.03.13, 10:22, Steve wrote:

We ship both 32 and 64 binaries for mac.

Where can I find 64-bit versions, to test? Or are both versions contained here in the single dmg? https://download.jitsi.org/jitsi/nightly/macosx/

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