DNSCrypt always overrides PPTP DNS (Mac OSX)

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    rotblitz

    Don't use the GUI which changes your DNS server settings.  Use the dnscrypt-proxy alone.
    http://dnscrypt.org/

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    jedisct1

    The OSX GUI is abandoned. dnscrypt-proxy < 1.3.3 has a vulnerability and these versions should not be used any more. I don't remember which version the OSX GUI ships with, but it's vulnerable for sure.

    I might update the OSX GUI at some point, but until then, you should use dnscrypt-proxy alone.

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    mj1273

    How do you install none GUI DNSCrypt?

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    rotblitz

    Did you follow the link I've posted?  Instructions (or links to more instructions) are found there.  It does not really make sense  to copy and paste everything to here, right?

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    john552155

    I followed the link and did my best to follow the instructions there and solve my own errors along the way (installing Xcode and the command line tools and using sudo solved some errors), but I'm now stuck:

    1. My latest attempt to install sodium failed with: error: error opening '.deps/auth.Tpo': Error opening output file '.deps/auth.Tpo'
    2. My subsequent attempt to install dnscrypt-proxy then failed with: configure: error: libsodium not found

    I assume that dnscrypt-proxy couldn't find libsodium because my attempt to install sodium ended with an error.

    I'd welcome any help. But maybe DNSCrypt isn't intended for Mac users who aren't used to compiling code.

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