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Re: Using Tor under Parallels
Am 06.11.2006 um 13:38 schrieb Marco Gruss:
If that's the case you will either have to bind Privoxy to a
non-local listen address or skim through the Parallels documentation
to see if there's another way to reach the host's 127.0.0.1 from
the guest system.
Another possibility would be using a tool like rinetd or redir
to redirect $LAN:8118 to $LOCALHOST:8118 on the host. Not sure
if there's a Mac OS build of either of those tools though...
the guest systems in parallels gets unique ip´s from your local dhcp-
server (router). It looks like a "real" computer in your local lan.
So you can make connection inside your lan the same way you do for a
You have to look for the ip of you mac-system (e.g. 192.168.0.2). Use
this ip in the proxy settings of firefox in your guest-systems.
Of course you have to change the privoxy-setting to allow connection
from your lan-ip-range. Change in the file config in your privoxy
Folder (usually /Library/privoxy/) the setting "listen-adress
127.0.0.1:8118" into "listen-adress: "your-mac-ip":8118". You have
also to look for your firewall-settings etc.
nice system anyway, isnt it? .-)
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