Thursday, January 25 2007
ttdnsd is a small dns resolver for TOR which I wrote during the last two weeks. It basically bridges
DNS from UDP to TCP to allow DNS requests using the TOR network. I know that there are other solutions
for doing DNS over TOR but non of the solutions I know about are usable on small hardware like a router that runs OpenWRT.
ttdnsd is made to run on this kind of hardware (about 600 lines of C).
Feel invited to comment and report bugs.
So now that I kicked out ttdnsd I can dedicate my weekend to my new toy (the N800) ;-)
I just got my Developer Program Device, thanks Team@Maemo!
I tried my IpHome
applet and it installs and works on my N800 just fine. In the coming days I will of course
try my other applications and ports, and fix them accordingly.
For now everything looks cool and it seems to be a real nice second generation device!
More to come...
PS: Feel free to video call me on my N800: firstname.lastname@example.org