asked this on June 07, 2013 21:41
is there going to be a dnscrypt for android tablets if so when i hate going on the net without it.
They have not updated the Computer version so it may be awhile before we see it on mobile. You should open a support ticket to know for sure.
dnscrypt has been available for Android for a long time.
Just like the iOS version requires a jailbroken device, a rooted device is required for Android.
Pre-packaged binaries are available for download here: http://dnscrypt.org
If your device is rooted and you're familiar with adb, give it a spin.
Opening an opendns support ticket doesn't help. I don't receive these tickets, neither do people having developed user interfaces, servers or packages for dnscrypt.
the dnscrypt-proxy for linux stopped working for me, it apparently runs but all queries fail to work, version 1.2.1 and now 1.3.1
Perfect timing.. right after posting it is working again.. I going to blame the work done on the Chicago node (closest).
Is there a way to install DNSCrypt for Ubuntu 13.04?
Yes, sure, there's a Linux version. http://dnscrypt.org/
There is a PPA for it: https://launchpad.net/~shnatsel/+archive/dnscrypt
@rotblitz I have checked that already, but for some reason I could not complete "make" with error: make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found. Stop.
I'll see that again. Thank you.
@jedisct1 I'll check that also - Thank you very much.
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