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On 25.07.2005 00:48, Steven J. Murdoch wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 25, 2005 at 12:34:08AM +0200, tilde0ne wrote:
>> In one mail you advised me to run tor in foreground. Please forgive
>> me if this is a stupid question, but doesn't that mean, I have to
>> leave the machine logged on as whatever for perhaps days?
> You can use the command "screen" to avoid being logged in all the
> time. This allows you to have a shell open, run Tor, "detach" the
> shell (using Ctrl-a d) and logout. Later when you log back in you can
> reattach the shell by running the command "screen -d -r". There is
> more information about screen at these URLs:
> Hope this helps,
> Steven Murdoch.
Wow, yeah that helps, thanks so much!
tor node id fingerprint:
5f69 47da 52a0 99b7 06c8 8319 6de8 4803 7817 d32a
admin key fingerprint:
a812 3e53 75a0 21a4 c73b 7438 35b4 f926 582o 4cec
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