Package Details: snowflake-pt-proxy 2.9.2-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/snowflake-pt-proxy.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: snowflake-pt-proxy
Description: Snowflake is a pluggable transport that proxies traffic through temporary proxies using WebRTC (proxy part)
Upstream URL: https://snowflake.torproject.org
Licenses: BSD
Submitter: KokaKiwi
Maintainer: KokaKiwi
Last Packager: KokaKiwi
Votes: 9
Popularity: 0.36
First Submitted: 2022-03-05 23:36 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2024-03-27 23:35 (UTC)

Pinned Comments

trinity-1686a commented on 2022-03-18 17:50 (UTC)

This is the standalone equivalent of the browser plugin, however note that in snowflake terminology, this is not called "server", but rather "proxy". If you look at the picture on this page https://snowflake.torproject.org/, the "proxy" is the little square in the middle which connect to the client in webrtc, whereas the "server" is the box with "bridge" written.

Latest Comments

KokaKiwi commented on 2022-10-08 16:45 (UTC)

@corax2.05 There's some flags you can pass to the snowflake-proxy executable: snowflake-proxy -help

you can set them by creating a systemd drop-in unit to replace the command launcher by the service: [sudo] systemctl edit snowflake-proxy.service

corax2.05 commented on 2022-10-08 08:25 (UTC)

Nice package! I can start snowflake with systemctl, thats really easy to use.

Is it possible to configure anything in snowflake?

sekret commented on 2022-10-01 19:15 (UTC)

Because you have aarch64 as a supported architecture, I'm pleased to inform you that I successfully built and run this on my armv7h raspberry pi. So you can include armv7h to the supported architectures.

AndyRTR commented on 2022-04-04 20:20 (UTC)

Can you please add some logging probably to /var/log/snowflake-pt-proxy.log with log rotation or to the journal?

Adding "-unsafe-logging" to the exec command in systemd service file at least brings some output to the journal to confirm it properly working.

trinity-1686a commented on 2022-03-18 17:50 (UTC)

This is the standalone equivalent of the browser plugin, however note that in snowflake terminology, this is not called "server", but rather "proxy". If you look at the picture on this page https://snowflake.torproject.org/, the "proxy" is the little square in the middle which connect to the client in webrtc, whereas the "server" is the box with "bridge" written.

binarynoise commented on 2022-03-18 17:19 (UTC)

If I want to run a snowflake server like the browser plugin but standalone, is this the right package?