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Multiple Tor Installs
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- Subject: Multiple Tor Installs
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- Date: Tue, 07 Apr 2009 00:11:32 -0400
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Hey Tor users,
I've got a question that hopefully somebody can answer. I'd like to have
multiple instances of Tor running at the same time for different
connections/identities (that would listen on different ports). Is there
any way to do this?
The only way I can think of is to compile separate versions from source,
manually give them different configs, and then running all of them from
a shell script. The obvious problem with this is that when Tor updates,
I have to do a bunch of re-downloading and re-compiling instead of using
the deb package.
Is it possible to just call Tor multiple times while specifying multiple
configs? I figure this might work but I wanted to check in case there
might be anonymity/security problems.
I'm currently on Ubuntu Ibex.