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      Drop GNOME proxy settings. · 8c863eb2
      Tails developers authored
      We did not find what legit use of it (other than Seahorse, fixed by the previous
      commit) is currently done, so better safe than sorry.
      8c863eb2
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      Enable i2p hidden mode. · e571e07e
      Tails developers authored
      Killing I2P ungracefully is bad for the I2P network, and this is most likely
      a prevalent behaviour among Tails users. For I2P to shutdown gracefully, it
      needs up to 11 minutes to let all its current participatory tunnels to expire.
      Killing I2P before that makes peers using these participatory tunnels experience
      timeouts and disconnects, which most definitely is bad for the network.
      Since Tails users are likely to shutdown Tails quickly without waiting these 11
      minutes, this is a good reason to enable hidden mode = disable
      participating traffic.
      e571e07e
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      Import i2p's router.config from the package. · f9a20ea9
      Tails developers authored
      We're going to modify it quite a bit, for various reasons, at the same location,
      so using a set of chroot_local-patches is not practical. Given this file, as
      shipped by the package, contains only one line (that is specific to packaged
      versions), it looks almost reasonable (though ugly and not totally future-proof)
      to fork it.
      f9a20ea9
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