I2P Packages for Debian and Ubuntu

Notes

Any necessary dependency packages will be found in either Debian's repository or this one. Please report any problems with the I2P packages on the I2P Bug Tracker. Bugs for Anoncoin should be reported on its Github project page.

Repository Information

Add lines like the following to /etc/apt/sources.list.d/i2p.list.

For Debian Squeeze (oldstable):

    deb http://deb.i2p2.no/ squeeze main
    deb-src http://deb.i2p2.no/ squeeze main

For Debian Wheezy (stable):

    deb http://deb.i2p2.no/ wheezy main
    deb-src http://deb.i2p2.no/ wheezy main

For Debian Jessie (testing) or Sid (unstable):

    deb http://deb.i2p2.no/ unstable main
    deb-src http://deb.i2p2.no/ unstable main

For Ubuntu Precise (LTS):

    deb http://deb.i2p2.no/ precise main
    deb-src http://deb.i2p2.no/ precise main

For Ubuntu Quantal:

    deb http://deb.i2p2.no/ quantal main
    deb-src http://deb.i2p2.no/ quantal main

For Ubuntu Saucy:

    deb http://deb.i2p2.no/ saucy main
    deb-src http://deb.i2p2.no/ saucy main

For Ubuntu Trusty:

    deb http://deb.i2p2.no/ trusty main
    deb-src http://deb.i2p2.no/ trusty main

Updating the pkg list

After adding the repo to apt, update the package list with

    apt-get update

APT will likely complain about a missing key. If it does you can resolve this by running the following:

    apt-get install i2p-keyring && apt-get update

History/News


Packages in Wheezy (Debian's stable distribution, released 2013-05-04)

These packages will work in Debian Wheezy (stable). Packages for Unstable are below.

anoncoin-qt (0.8.5.6-1~deb7u1+1, main) - peer-to-peer network based digital currency - Qt GUI
Binary for arch amd64 (1.9 MB), armel (1.7 MB), armhf (1.7 MB), i386 (1.9 MB), kfreebsd-amd64 (1.9 MB), kfreebsd-i386 (1.9 MB), powerpc (1.8 MB) | Source dir

Anoncoin is a free open source peer-to-peer electronic cash system that is completely decentralized, without the need for a central server or trusted parties. Users hold the crypto keys to their own money and transact directly with each other, with the help of a P2P network to check for double-spending. Anoncoin is a fork of Bitcoin.

Full transaction history is stored locally at each client. This requires 200 MB+ of space, slowly growing.

This package provides Anoncoin-Qt, a GUI for Anoncoin based on Qt.

anoncoind (0.8.5.6-1~deb7u1+1, main) - peer-to-peer network based digital currency - daemon
Binary for arch amd64 (793.0 KB), armel (654.9 KB), armhf (657.5 KB), i386 (837.0 KB), kfreebsd-amd64 (793.7 KB), kfreebsd-i386 (836.9 KB), powerpc (733.6 KB) | Source dir

Anoncoin is a free open source peer-to-peer electronic cash system that is completely decentralized, without the need for a central server or trusted parties. Users hold the crypto keys to their own money and transact directly with each other, with the help of a P2P network to check for double-spending. Anoncoin is a fork of Bitcoin.

Full transaction history is stored locally at each client. This requires 200 MB+ of space, slowly growing.

This package provides anoncoind, a combined daemon and CLI tool to interact with the daemon.

i2p (0.9.14-1~deb7u+1, main) - Load-balanced unspoofable packet switching network
Binary for arch all (29.1 KB) | Source dir

I2P is an anonymizing network, offering a simple layer that identity-sensitive applications can use to securely communicate. All data is wrapped with several layers of encryption, and the network is both distributed and dynamic, with no trusted parties.

This package depends on the router, jbigi, the java service wrapper, and includes support to run I2P as a daemon.

i2p-doc (0.9.14-1~deb7u+1, main) - Documentation for I2P
Binary for arch all (1.9 MB) | Source dir

I2P is an anonymizing network, offering a simple layer that identity-sensitive applications can use to securely communicate. All data is wrapped with several layers of encryption, and the network is both distributed and dynamic, with no trusted parties.

This package contains the Javadoc files.

i2p-keyring (2013.10.12, main) - GnuPG keys of the I2P package repository
Binary for arch all (4.3 KB) | Source dir

This package provides digital keys used for signing I2P's repositories. Upon instalation of this package, your APT trusted keyring will updated with these keys. Upon removal of this package, the keys provided by this package will be removed from the APT trusted keyring.

i2p-router (0.9.14-1~deb7u+1, main) - Load-balanced unspoofable packet switching network
Binary for arch all (9.7 MB) | Source dir

I2P is an anonymizing network, offering a simple layer that identity-sensitive applications can use to securely communicate. All data is wrapped with several layers of encryption, and the network is both distributed and dynamic, with no trusted parties.

TrueType fonts (such as those provided in the package ttf-dejavu) are required in order to generate graphs.

killyourtv-keyring (2013.10.12.1, main) - GnuPG keys of KillYourTV's repository
Binary for arch all (9.3 KB) | Source dir

This package provides digital keys used for signing KillYourTV's repositories. Upon instalation of this package, your APT trusted keyring will updated with these keys. Upon removal of this package, the keys provided by this package will be removed from the APT trusted keyring.

libjbigi-jni (0.9.14-1~deb7u+1, main) - Java Big Integer library
Binary for arch amd64 (3.7 KB), armel (2.8 KB), armhf (2.8 KB), i386 (3.6 KB), kfreebsd-amd64 (3.7 KB), kfreebsd-i386 (3.6 KB), powerpc (3.0 KB) | Source dir

This Package contains the libjbigi JNI library (and on x86 platforms, jcpuid).

libjbigi is a math library that is part of the I2P installation. Use of this library greatly enhances the efficiency of cryptographic algorithms, such as the ones used by I2P. You can expect to see a 5-7x speed improvement on certain tasks, such as elGamal encryption/decryption.

libservice-wrapper-doc (3.5.25-1~deb7u+1, main) - Jar daemon wrapper (javadoc files)
Binary for arch all (221.0 KB) | Source dir

The Java Service Wrapper makes very easy to install a Java Application as a daemon process on Unix systems. The Wrapper monitors a JVM (Java Virtual Machine) process and automatically restarts it if it that the JVM has crashed or hung. This process takes just a few seconds once the Wrapper has decided there is a problem. It also gives the ability to handle process priority.

This package contains the javadoc files.

libservice-wrapper-java (3.5.25-1~deb7u+1, main) - Jar daemon wrapper java libraries
Binary for arch all (215.9 KB) | Source dir

This Package contains the Java jar libraries used by the Java Service Wrapper. It can be used to handle wrapper specific attributes.

The Java Service Wrapper makes very easy to install a Java Application as a daemon process on Unix systems. The Wrapper monitors a JVM (Java Virtual Machine) process and automatically restarts it if it that the JVM has crashed or hung. This process takes just a few seconds once the Wrapper has decided there is a problem. It also gives the ability to handle process priority.

libservice-wrapper-jni (3.5.25-1~deb7u+1, main) - Jar daemon wrapper JNI libraries
Binary for arch amd64 (17.4 KB), armel (14.0 KB), armhf (14.0 KB), i386 (16.6 KB), kfreebsd-amd64 (16.0 KB), kfreebsd-i386 (14.9 KB), powerpc (15.7 KB) | Source dir

This Package contains the JNI libraries used by the Java Service Wrapper.

The Java Service Wrapper makes very easy to install a Java Application as a daemon process on Unix systems. The Wrapper monitors a JVM (Java Virtual Machine) process and automatically restarts it if it that the JVM has crashed or hung. This process takes just a few seconds once the Wrapper has decided there is a problem. It also gives the ability to handle process priority.

service-wrapper (3.5.25-1~deb7u+1, main) - Jar daemon wrapper
Binary for arch amd64 (168.3 KB), armel (159.0 KB), armhf (158.3 KB), i386 (166.3 KB), kfreebsd-amd64 (165.3 KB), kfreebsd-i386 (156.9 KB), powerpc (161.8 KB) | Source dir

The Java Service Wrapper makes very easy to install a Java Application as a daemon process on Unix systems. The Wrapper monitors a JVM (Java Virtual Machine) process and automatically restarts it if it that the JVM has crashed or hung. This process takes just a few seconds once the Wrapper has decided there is a problem. It also gives the ability to handle process priority.

syndie (1.105b-1, main) - open source system for operating distributed forums
Binary for arch all (5.2 MB) | Source dir

Syndie is java-based open source system for operating secure distributed forums.

Some of the features include:
- Decentralized forums
- Private forums
- Offline browsing
- Secure reader

At its core, Syndie is a content layer with a defined file format and cryptographic algorithms.


Packages in Unstable

anoncoin-qt (0.8.5.6-1, main) - peer-to-peer network based digital currency - Qt GUI
Binary for arch amd64 (1.7 MB), i386 (1.7 MB) | Source dir

Anoncoin is a free open source peer-to-peer electronic cash system that is completely decentralized, without the need for a central server or trusted parties. Users hold the crypto keys to their own money and transact directly with each other, with the help of a P2P network to check for double-spending. Anoncoin is a fork of Bitcoin.

Full transaction history is stored locally at each client. This requires 200 MB+ of space, slowly growing.

This package provides Anoncoin-Qt, a GUI for Anoncoin based on Qt.

anoncoind (0.8.5.6-1, main) - peer-to-peer network based digital currency - daemon
Binary for arch amd64 (655.7 KB), i386 (678.0 KB) | Source dir

Anoncoin is a free open source peer-to-peer electronic cash system that is completely decentralized, without the need for a central server or trusted parties. Users hold the crypto keys to their own money and transact directly with each other, with the help of a P2P network to check for double-spending. Anoncoin is a fork of Bitcoin.

Full transaction history is stored locally at each client. This requires 200 MB+ of space, slowly growing.

This package provides anoncoind, a combined daemon and CLI tool to interact with the daemon.

i2p (0.9.14-1, main) - Load-balanced unspoofable packet switching network
Binary for arch all (30.5 KB) | Source dir

I2P is an anonymizing network, offering a simple layer that identity-sensitive applications can use to securely communicate. All data is wrapped with several layers of encryption, and the network is both distributed and dynamic, with no trusted parties.

This package depends on the router, jbigi, the java service wrapper, and includes support to run I2P as a daemon.

i2p-doc (0.9.14-1, main) - Documentation for I2P
Binary for arch all (1.9 MB) | Source dir

I2P is an anonymizing network, offering a simple layer that identity-sensitive applications can use to securely communicate. All data is wrapped with several layers of encryption, and the network is both distributed and dynamic, with no trusted parties.

This package contains the Javadoc files.

i2p-keyring (2013.10.12, main) - GnuPG keys of the I2P package repository
Binary for arch all (4.3 KB) | Source dir

This package provides digital keys used for signing I2P's repositories. Upon instalation of this package, your APT trusted keyring will updated with these keys. Upon removal of this package, the keys provided by this package will be removed from the APT trusted keyring.

i2p-router (0.9.14-1, main) - Load-balanced unspoofable packet switching network
Binary for arch all (9.7 MB) | Source dir

I2P is an anonymizing network, offering a simple layer that identity-sensitive applications can use to securely communicate. All data is wrapped with several layers of encryption, and the network is both distributed and dynamic, with no trusted parties.

TrueType fonts (such as those provided in the package ttf-dejavu) are required in order to generate graphs.

killyourtv-keyring (2013.10.12.1, main) - GnuPG keys of KillYourTV's repository
Binary for arch all (9.3 KB) | Source dir

This package provides digital keys used for signing KillYourTV's repositories. Upon instalation of this package, your APT trusted keyring will updated with these keys. Upon removal of this package, the keys provided by this package will be removed from the APT trusted keyring.

libjbigi-jni (0.9.14-1, main) - Java Big Integer library
Binary for arch amd64 (3.7 KB), i386 (3.6 KB) | Source dir

This Package contains the libjbigi JNI library (and on x86 platforms, jcpuid).

libjbigi is a math library that is part of the I2P installation. Use of this library greatly enhances the efficiency of cryptographic algorithms, such as the ones used by I2P. You can expect to see a 5-7x speed improvement on certain tasks, such as elGamal encryption/decryption.

libservice-wrapper-doc (3.5.25-1, main) - Jar daemon wrapper (javadoc files)
Binary for arch all (165.3 KB) | Source dir

The Java Service Wrapper makes very easy to install a Java Application as a daemon process on Unix systems. The Wrapper monitors a JVM (Java Virtual Machine) process and automatically restarts it if it that the JVM has crashed or hung. This process takes just a few seconds once the Wrapper has decided there is a problem. It also gives the ability to handle process priority.

This package contains the javadoc files.

libservice-wrapper-java (3.5.25-1, main) - Jar daemon wrapper java libraries
Binary for arch all (214.7 KB) | Source dir

This Package contains the Java jar libraries used by the Java Service Wrapper. It can be used to handle wrapper specific attributes.

The Java Service Wrapper makes very easy to install a Java Application as a daemon process on Unix systems. The Wrapper monitors a JVM (Java Virtual Machine) process and automatically restarts it if it that the JVM has crashed or hung. This process takes just a few seconds once the Wrapper has decided there is a problem. It also gives the ability to handle process priority.

libservice-wrapper-jni (3.5.25-1, main) - Jar daemon wrapper JNI libraries
Binary for arch amd64 (14.0 KB), i386 (14.6 KB) | Source dir

This Package contains the JNI libraries used by the Java Service Wrapper.

The Java Service Wrapper makes very easy to install a Java Application as a daemon process on Unix systems. The Wrapper monitors a JVM (Java Virtual Machine) process and automatically restarts it if it that the JVM has crashed or hung. This process takes just a few seconds once the Wrapper has decided there is a problem. It also gives the ability to handle process priority.

service-wrapper (3.5.25-1, main) - Jar daemon wrapper
Binary for arch amd64 (151.1 KB), i386 (155.9 KB) | Source dir

The Java Service Wrapper makes very easy to install a Java Application as a daemon process on Unix systems. The Wrapper monitors a JVM (Java Virtual Machine) process and automatically restarts it if it that the JVM has crashed or hung. This process takes just a few seconds once the Wrapper has decided there is a problem. It also gives the ability to handle process priority.

syndie (1.105b-1, main) - open source system for operating distributed forums
Binary for arch all (5.2 MB) | Source dir

Syndie is java-based open source system for operating secure distributed forums.

Some of the features include:
- Decentralized forums
- Private forums
- Offline browsing
- Secure reader

At its core, Syndie is a content layer with a defined file format and cryptographic algorithms.


Packages in Squeeze (Debian's old stable distribution, released 2011-02-06)

These packages will work in Debian Squeeze (oldstable). Packages for Wheezy and Unstable are available.

i2p (0.9.14-1~deb6u+1, main) - Load-balanced unspoofable packet switching network
Binary for arch all (29.5 KB) | Source dir

I2P is an anonymizing network, offering a simple layer that identity-sensitive applications can use to securely communicate. All data is wrapped with several layers of encryption, and the network is both distributed and dynamic, with no trusted parties.

This package depends on the router, jbigi, the java service wrapper, and includes support to run I2P as a daemon.

i2p-doc (0.9.14-1~deb6u+1, main) - Documentation for I2P
Binary for arch all (2.1 MB) | Source dir

I2P is an anonymizing network, offering a simple layer that identity-sensitive applications can use to securely communicate. All data is wrapped with several layers of encryption, and the network is both distributed and dynamic, with no trusted parties.

This package contains the Javadoc files.

i2p-keyring (2013.10.12, main) - GnuPG keys of the I2P package repository
Binary for arch all (4.3 KB) | Source dir

This package provides digital keys used for signing I2P's repositories. Upon instalation of this package, your APT trusted keyring will updated with these keys. Upon removal of this package, the keys provided by this package will be removed from the APT trusted keyring.

i2p-router (0.9.14-1~deb6u+1, main) - Load-balanced unspoofable packet switching network
Binary for arch all (10.2 MB) | Source dir

I2P is an anonymizing network, offering a simple layer that identity-sensitive applications can use to securely communicate. All data is wrapped with several layers of encryption, and the network is both distributed and dynamic, with no trusted parties.

TrueType fonts (such as those provided in the package ttf-dejavu) are required in order to generate graphs.

killyourtv-keyring (2013.10.12.1, main) - GnuPG keys of KillYourTV's repository
Binary for arch all (9.3 KB) | Source dir

This package provides digital keys used for signing KillYourTV's repositories. Upon instalation of this package, your APT trusted keyring will updated with these keys. Upon removal of this package, the keys provided by this package will be removed from the APT trusted keyring.

libjbigi-jni (0.9.14-1~deb6u+1, main) - Java Big Integer library
Binary for arch amd64 (4.3 KB), i386 (4.0 KB) | Source dir

This Package contains the libjbigi JNI library (and on x86 platforms, jcpuid).

libjbigi is a math library that is part of the I2P installation. Use of this library greatly enhances the efficiency of cryptographic algorithms, such as the ones used by I2P. You can expect to see a 5-7x speed improvement on certain tasks, such as elGamal encryption/decryption.

libservice-wrapper-doc (3.5.22-1~deb6u1, main) - Jar daemon wrapper (javadoc files)
Binary for arch all (219.1 KB) | Source dir

The Java Service Wrapper makes very easy to install a Java Application as a daemon process on Unix systems. The Wrapper monitors a JVM (Java Virtual Machine) process and automatically restarts it if it that the JVM has crashed or hung. This process takes just a few seconds once the Wrapper has decided there is a problem. It also gives the ability to handle process priority.

This package contains the javadoc files.

libservice-wrapper-java (3.5.22-1~deb6u1, main) - Jar daemon wrapper java libraries
Binary for arch all (220.2 KB) | Source dir

This Package contains the Java jar libraries used by the Java Service Wrapper. It can be used to handle wrapper specific attributes.

The Java Service Wrapper makes very easy to install a Java Application as a daemon process on Unix systems. The Wrapper monitors a JVM (Java Virtual Machine) process and automatically restarts it if it that the JVM has crashed or hung. This process takes just a few seconds once the Wrapper has decided there is a problem. It also gives the ability to handle process priority.

libservice-wrapper-jni (3.5.22-1~deb6u1, main) - Jar daemon wrapper JNI libraries
Binary for arch amd64 (15.6 KB), i386 (13.9 KB) | Source dir

This Package contains the JNI libraries used by the Java Service Wrapper.

The Java Service Wrapper makes very easy to install a Java Application as a daemon process on Unix systems. The Wrapper monitors a JVM (Java Virtual Machine) process and automatically restarts it if it that the JVM has crashed or hung. This process takes just a few seconds once the Wrapper has decided there is a problem. It also gives the ability to handle process priority.

service-wrapper (3.5.22-1~deb6u1, main) - Jar daemon wrapper
Binary for arch amd64 (166.1 KB), i386 (158.6 KB) | Source dir

The Java Service Wrapper makes very easy to install a Java Application as a daemon process on Unix systems. The Wrapper monitors a JVM (Java Virtual Machine) process and automatically restarts it if it that the JVM has crashed or hung. This process takes just a few seconds once the Wrapper has decided there is a problem. It also gives the ability to handle process priority.

syndie (1.103b-4+deb7u1, main) - open source system for operating distributed forums
Binary for arch all (3.7 MB) | Source dir

Syndie is java-based open source system for operating secure distributed forums.

Some of the features include:
- Decentralized forums
- Private forums
- Offline browsing
- Secure reader

At its core, Syndie is a content layer with a defined file format and cryptographic algorithms.