Beach and Yoga Lover: > Hi, > > > I have a new iMac and downloaded the TOR-browser without problems. > > But when I try to establish a connection with the Web I get the following message: > > > CANNOT FIND THE PROXYSERVER > > > FIREFOX HAS BEEN CONFIGURED FOR USING A PROXYSERVER WHICH CAN NOT BEEN FOUND > > CHECK YOUR PROXY CONFIGURATION > > CHECK YOUR NETWORK = IS OK! > > IF YOUR COMPUTER OR NETWORK IS BEING PROTECTED BY A FIREWALL OR PROXY, BE SURE TO ALLOW THE TOR BROWSER ADMITTANCE TO THE WEB If Tor Browser complains that "Firefox" can't find the configured proxy, that presumably means that Tor Browser can't talk to Tor. Tor Browser Bundle is supposed to run both Tor and Tor Browser when you run it... so it sounds like Tor may have failed in some way. Or perhaps a firewall is preventing Tor Browser from connecting to Tor (which would presumably be 127.0.0.1:9150). I wouldn't expect this to be caused by Tor being unable to talk to the Internet. Cheers, -- -Jeremy Rand Lead Application Engineer at Namecoin Mobile email: jeremyrandmobile@xxxxxxxxxx Mobile PGP: 2158 0643 C13B B40F B0FD 5854 B007 A32D AB44 3D9C Send non-security-critical things to my Mobile with PGP. Please don't send me unencrypted messages. My business email jeremy@xxxxxxxxxxx is having technical issues at the moment.
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