TheF3nce Anyway to run freenet via i2pd?
Guest85 is there anyway to get a tunnel's i2p address by using CLI directly? (Not from webconsole)
TheF3nce You can use lynx at 127.0.0.1:7070
TheF3nce Straight from the command line
TheF3nce Just download lynx
tt let me check it lynx
TheF3nce install lynx from command line then do "lynx 127.0.0.1:7070"
TheF3nce You can view your router console from the cli, very handy
tt Then use regular expressions to find the tunnel i2p address?
tt that's too much trouble
TheF3nce I think you can just browse like you do on your router console
TheF3nce Its a web interface
TheF3nce Its under tunnels
tt Are there any parameters written in system env?
TheF3nce Its exactly the same as going to the web interface at port 7070
tt i know how to find it. i want my program find it using code.
TheF3nce Oh shit i see
TheF3nce Could you get the script to pull it from the tunnels.conf file?
TheF3nce Using a bash one liner?
tt but tunnels.conf doesn't have i2p address
TheF3nce Oh i see.
tt maybe i2cp can get it ,im trying
TheF3nce I saw your chat in the other room looks like i2cp is the go.
tt i didn't try SAM.
tt any suggestion?
tt Does i2pd supports SAM v3.3 ？
tt where can find a tunnel's i2p address after tunnels.conf create a tunnel? except from webconsole.
tt how to know the i2p address's tunnel label which in /var/lib/i2pd/destinations/ directory ？