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By Doemela avatar | June 29, 2016 - 9:39 pm
Cyberguerrilla garlic Pidgin Client setup

Pidgin is the most popular instant message client for GNU/Linux, Windows, and Mac. You can download Pidgin from pidgin.im/download. For Mac, check out Adium, the native build of pidgin for Mac.

When you start pidgin, hit Ctrl+A –>> the Add… button to add an account.
addaccount
Select Protocol: XMPP

  1. Under Basic tab, set these values:
    addaccount-i2p
    Username: your CgAn username
    Domain: jab.cyberguerrilla.org
    Password: your CgAn Passwords

  2. Under Advanced tab, set these values:
    addaccount-i2p-advanced
    Connection Security: Require encryption
    Connect Port: 5222
    Connect Server: 127.0.0.1
    File Transfer Proxies: proxy.cyberguerrilla.org

  3. Under Proxy tab, check these values:
    addaccount-i2p-proxy
    Set the proxy type to be No Proxy
    If u select: “Create this new account on the server” it will register a account for you after you push Add button.

You need to have already i2p running, if it’s not the case, check https://www.cyberguerrilla.org/a/2011/?p=1748
You can’t connect to jabber.cgan.i2p right now because you have to set up the tunnel first.

Access to our jabber server: jabber.cgan.i2p You may be able to add it to your addressbook here.

Setup tunnel

Create a new tunnel with I2P tunnel manager http://localhost:7657/i2ptunnelmgr

  • Name : Cyberguerrilla XMPP
  • Description : Cyberguerrilla XMPP client tunnel
  • Access Point : Port: 5222
  • Reachable by: 127.0.0.1
  • Tunnel Destination: jabber.cgan.i2p
  • Shared clients: No (leave blank)
  • Autostart: yes
  • Profile: Select” Interactive Connection” from drop down menu.
  • Delay Connect: No (leave blank)

Scroll down and save.

registernewaccount registersuccess

Using OTR

See the Off the Record tutorial for details on using end-to-end encryption with Pidgin.



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