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Re: recent tor stream timeout errors...

Yup all that critism, thats solved the problem.

On the tor network,

It links to....

Which links to...

Now on the sourceforge.net site, it says, don't use Tor for peer-to-peer,
but here's how if you want to.  What the freek is that?  I don't know
who's in bed with who, perhaps azureus is owned by the programmers of tor?
 I would never have found tor except for serveral sites proclaiming tor's
use with p2p.  Yes it is slow, yes I can stop using it.  Yes several of
you are a-holes.  And if your not going to use it with p2p, then what for,
porn surfin?  Ohh, your cool.  I'm not a groupy of tor, I'm just working
the program because the docs I found said I could.  And hundreds of times
I've found docs on the net which are years old and no longer apply, so sue
me.  And if your suggesting that I'm a copyright downloader, your wrong
and I'll have none of your slander.  If you don't want people using it for
a particular purpose, fine, don't link them to HOWTO's.  That will kill
your program.

Thanks all for such a wonderful list.

> On Thu, Dec 22, 2005 at 07:08:54AM -0500, Void Beast wrote:
>> >Um, are you really running P2P clients on the current Tor network?
>> >
>> So THATs where all the bandwidth has gone. Well there's one mystery
>> solved...
> We know that people have been running P2P on Tor (I have complaints from
> copyright holders forwarded from my hoster). I was surprised
> to actually see one of the guilty parties on this list.
> Just in case this wasn't clear: the current Tor network is
> loaded as it is. P2P operators: please do not use it, and tell other P2P
> operators not to.
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