Using RetroShare with i2pd
RetroShare is a rich set of P2P applications, which can work on top of anonymous I2P network. Quoting Wikipedia:
RetroShare is open source software for encrypted filesharing, serverless email, instant messaging, online chat, and BBS, based on a friend-to-friend network built on GNU Privacy Guard (GPG).
In order to make RetroShare work with i2pd, you need to create a new server tunnel in tunnels.conf like this:
[retroshare] type=server host=127.0.0.1 port=10123 # pick random port of your choice keys=retroshare.dat
Make sure that Socks proxy is enabled, it listens at
127.0.0.1:4447 by default. If not, look at i2pd.conf documentation.
Restart i2pd with new configuration.
Find .b32.i2p address of your RetroShare node. Go to webconsole -> I2P tunnels page. Look for Sever tunnels and you will see address like \<long random string>.b32.i2p next to "retroshare".
Now when everything is prepared, you can run RetroShare itself and create a new profile. Mark it as hidden and enter your .b32.i2p address and port you have specified at tunnels.conf.
More information about RetroShare at their website.