This command is the sister of
carml circ, allowing you to view and play with streams.
Currently, you can do one of three things:
-L) shows you all current streams
-a) forces all subsequent streams to attach to a particular circuit-id (until you exit carml with Control-C)
-d) close a stream
$ carml circ -L Connected to a Tor version "0.2.4.21 (git-c5a648cc6f218339)" (status: recommended). Circuits: 974: BUILT 14 minutes ago carmlfake0->fluxe4->~TorLand1 975: BUILT 14 minutes ago carmlfake1->bethesdatech->Dontbleed2 $ carml stream --attach 975 Connected to a Tor version "0.2.4.21 (git-c5a648cc6f218339)" (status: recommended). Exiting (e.g. Ctrl-C) will cause Tor to resume choosing circuits. Attaching all new streams to Circuit 975. carmlfake1->bethesdatech->Dontbleed2 attaching 1719 (resolve encrypted.google.com) attaching 1720 encrypted.google.com:443 ^C $