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Re: Weird behavior of my server

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You must become superuser (su root) or use sudo to install packages.
Maybe you should read some basic Debian / Linux docs?

man sudo
man su


Landorin wrote:
> Hi,
> Can anyone help me with getting this set up? I'm a linux newbie and the
> commands such as "deb" described in the linux setup tor guide don't seem
> to work in my Ubuntu breezy 5.10 vmware image.
> Using apt-get install tor says something like (translated from German):
> "couldn't open lock file /var/lib/apt/lists/lock - open (13 no
> authorization)
> can't get a lock on list directory"
> Sincerely,
> Landorin
> Landorin schrieb:
>> Peter Palfrader schrieb:
>>> It will take a while before your Tor node gets traffic.  If you restart
>>> it every few minutes or hours clients will not turst your server much
>>> and avoid it.
>> Yeah, that's a big issue. Due to that WSAENOBUFS I'm forced to restart
>> it quite often. :/ Today, I read about the error in more detail and I
>> guess, until that bug is fixed I will consider using my VMWare-Ubuntu
>> (pretty nice to use in Windows if you got not much clue about Linux,
>> works like a player setting up an image file, really recommendable).
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