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Maintainer:dimag0g
Version:1.2.1.0
Filesize:1.8 Mb
Category:Network
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Redistribute:Allowed
Added:Jun 20, 2013
Updated:Jan 30, 2015
Downloads:1176
Package Author: dimag0g
Description:
Tor router configured as SOCKS5:9050 bundled with polipo proxy configured as HTTP:8123.
Thttpd included for those who want to run hidden services.
Default relay configuration should out of the box with UPnP-capable routers.
Caching is disabled, edit config files to enable.
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New in this release:

1. Build latest stable tor sources + openssl-1.0.1l

A few tips:
- make sure you hit CTRL+C in the console before closing tor instance (clean shutdown is better than killall)
- tor need an accurate clock to function. If you can't connect to tor network, try syncing your clock (should be a rare issue as new SuperZaxxon sync your clock automatically)
- in order to use tor, your apps should be instructed to use HTTP proxy 127.0.0.1 with port 8123. This is done via Settings / Preferences in most browsers. Some applications also understand http_proxy variable:
# export http_proxy=127.0.0.1:8123
- if you rely on the anonymity provided by tor, you should read about common threats. I suggest you start by reading the help file I provided, which is by no means exhaustive and only covers aspects I am aware of.
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PLFB
08/08/2013 20:48 UTC
v0.2.3.27
This is a better implementation of tor on the pandora than I could have asked for. It works perfectly and is easy to use in conjunction with firefox. Also, the "ctrl+c for a clean quit" should probably be in the description, but I saw it in the comments so it wasn't actually a problem for me.
nobgu
03/08/2013 22:03 UTC
v0.2.3.27
There is a bug in the Terminal program that prevents tor from starting if another Terminal is already running (then Terminal exits immediately after notifying the running instance).
nobgu
23/06/2013 20:28 UTC
v0.2.3.27
Ah, I thought that Ctrl-C did nothing, but that makes sense and is good enough for me.
dimag0g
23/06/2013 09:21 UTC
v0.2.3.27
The normal shutdown method for tor is to hit ctrl c in the console. I start the terminal with --hold on purpose to be able to see error messages. So the clean method is to hit ctrl c, *then* close the terminal window
nobgu
22/06/2013 20:39 UTC
v0.2.3.27
Works now, thanks! Is there a cleaner shutdown method than closing the terminal window?
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