You might want to check their website for details.
I cannot connect to my network
First of all, Incognito's intended user interface for network configuration is through an application called knetworkmanager. It can be accessed by its icon in the system tray, located in the lower right corner of the screen. Right-clicking on it will show a menu with available networks (wire and wireless among other possibilities). If no network shows up, chances are that your computer's network devices are not detected and/or that there is problem with the network device drivers. Please see the FAQ entry below for hardware problems.
I am trying incognito too. But I didnt understand if I need to configure
my network settings(ie.local ip,gateway,nameserver) when incognito starts.
There seems to be knetworkmanager for it but it autoconfigures these settings
and I couldnt find the way to configure via knetworkmanager. I couldnt
find neither any info at their web site about this issue.
On Sat, Jun 7, 2008 at 6:15 PM, Chris Burge <burgechris@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Thanks! Janus is currently down (Debian issues) and XeroBank is too tied
> with their product for my tastes. I'll try incognito!
> On Sat, Jun 7, 2008 at 8:31 AM, <phobos@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> On Fri, Jun 06, 2008 at 10:56:10PM -0400, burgechris@xxxxxxxxx wrote 3.2K
>> bytes in 68 lines about:
>> : http://wiki.noreply.org/noreply/VirtualPrivacyMachine. It uses TOR but
>> : allows you to have a separate machine using QEMU or something like (i.e.
>> : VMWare, VirtualBox, etc). So does this mean that no one knows?
>> Ok. As others have mentioned, janusvm and xerobank are options.
>> Incognito may be an option for you as well,
> Interested in selling your home? Ask me!