Seeks is a decentralized p2p websearch and collaborative tool.
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Seeks is a websearch proxy and collaborative distributed tool for websearch. Visit http://www.seeks-project.info for more information on the project.
Seeks code provides: - a web proxy, - a websearch meta search engine that aggregates results and ranks them based on consensus. - a plugin system and a set of default plugins, including websearch and ad blocking plugins. - a P2P collaborative filter that enables decentralized collaborative searching and sharing.
Dependencies: - libcurl - libxml2 - libpcre - tokyo cabinet - protocol buffers - libevent (optional, 2.x preferred) - opencv (optional) - docbook2x-man (optionnal)
From the root directory, run ./autogen.sh ./configure make
Compilation options can be listed with ./configure --help
This is an early version of Seeks, it is recommended your run it from the repository you compiled it from.
cd src ./seeks
see ./seeks --help for options.
For example, by default seeks does not run as a daemon. If you would like to have it so, run ./seeks --daemon
Other important options can be modified in the configuration file, src/config
By default, seeks runs as proxy on the local machine (127.0.0.1) on port 8250. If you would like to change it, do it in the configuration file, src/config
Once started, to use seeks, tell your web browser to connect to the Internet through seeks' web proxy.
Seeks is young, so it is likely there are bugs. However, before all, be sure to read the faq and user manuals, respectively at:
To report bugs, please use the interface here : https://github.com/beniz/seeks/issues
For discussion and getting more immediate help, join us on irc, channel #seeks on irc.freenode.net