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Re: Tor does not support W95

Thanks for the reply. Already gave you the error message below, but I
will try to do as you request. Latest version works fine under XP, but
my system is close, with the upgrades, to w98 and it does not work on my
system. Actually I am using Tor only for traffic that does not have to
be anonymized since the last version was supposedly anonymous and, it
turns out, after quite some time that it is not
anonymous and has security holes. All my other tcp programs are working
fine, including the old version of tor.

On Wed, 17 Aug 2005 21:36:38 -0400, phobos@xxxxxxxxxx said:
> If you open a DOS window/command prompt (or whatever it's called in
> win95), and run tor.exe manually, can you paste the output? 
> Even better would be to start a bug on
> http://bugs.noreply.org/flyspray/index.php?tasks=all&project=4.  This
> will keep the list less clogged and let me debug it.
> On Tue, Aug 16, 2005 at 04:34:42PM -0700, mark485anderson@xxxxxx wrote
> 0.7K bytes in 17 lines about:
> : I cannot get the latest "stable" version to work under w95. The earlier
> : version works.
> : Do I have to deinstall the earlier version (I put the new version in
> : another directory).
> : First it told me I was missing a ws2 (winsock file) which I installed.
> : Now the dos window opens then closes with information I cannot see. I
> : logged the startup and I got: cannot start random no. generator. This
> : system has the latest DUN and winsock files now, but it still doesn't
> : work. I notice that the latest version says w98. Does this mean they
> : changed it so it will not support w95b? Any useful replies appreciated.
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