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- What is Retroshare? and why another peer to peer network?
- Security model
- What is the Password for?
- GUI: options window
- Communication in RetroShare:
- RetroShare Links
- RetroShare and Firewalls
- Commandline options for Retroshare
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Installation Guide
- How to backup the data of your RetroShare
- How to run Retroshare on an additional computer
- How to run retroshare-nogui, and remote control it from Android or a webinterface
- Running multiple Retroshares on the same computer (for tests)
- (fr) "When RetroShare do not start any more and you do not have a backup". French tutorial wrote by a user (v1.2 october 2013 for v0.5.5c). French title "Quand RetroShare ne démarre plus et que vous n’avez pas de sauvegardes", please download the file from RetroShare before to loose your data (search: "Quand RetroShare ne démarre plus").
Specific to some hardware
- Using Retroshare on the Excito Bubba3
- Retroshare on Synology NAS
- RetroShare on Raspberry Pi : PiShare
- Ideals behind Retroshare
- Retroshare’s anonymous routing model
- Distributed chat (a.k.a. Chat Lobbies)
- Cryptography and Security in Retroshare
- Privacy on the Retroshare Network
- Retroshare Forums
- Distant chat and messaging
- Design overview
- Program settings folder and files
- Anonymous search and file transfer
- File transfer protocol
- Compiling RetroShare
- How to Build Releases for Linux, Windows and MacOS
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