How To Install And Use I2p · The Kernal
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I2P is an anonymous, decentralized, peer to peer network, that aims to create it’s own internet. It allows for un-censored, secure, and hidden communication. Many people under scrutiny from the government flock to I2P, as it is currently the best way to be anonymous. But, it can be a pain to install. So, I’ll explain how you you can install, run, and configure I2P, so that you can have access to the safest , least exploited parts of the internet.
@stopit@lemmy.ml
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After configuration…can you start browsing right away? I thought you had to wait several hours or more before you could actually use it.

@blackfire@lemmy.ml
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You can start as soon as the pipes ore built which is around 15 mins or less but for the network to be quicker it can take a few hours as you say.

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good to know. Can I keep something permanently connected…or is that a bad idea?

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Just fixed the hyperlink not showing up.

@southerntofu@lemmy.ml
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do you have some good eeepsites to recommend?

azron
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Any luck here?

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This is the main problem i2p has compared to TOR. There isn’t nearly as many resources as expected for help in using i2p. Tor has easy to use things like the preconfigured Tor browser and TAILS, but as far as I know i2p doesn’t really have these things. I would love a preconfigured TAILS like distro with browser and torrent client for i2p torrents.

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When you load up I2p it has a directory of places you can go off the bat. Then there are some search engines aswell for you to use.

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