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Re: Excludenodes not considered?
> 2) What version of Tor are you running? You didn't say.
0.2.1.11 (r18192) and Vidalia 0.1.10 on win-xp (sp3)
> 3) Tor needs a geoip file to have country detection work. Yours was
> installed, right?
Yes in the torrc directory
> 4) For some features, like hidden services, Tor needs to use
> particular nodes, since those were chosen by the service provider
> as introduction points, or they wound up as HS directories. Do you
> know if you were you contacting or publishing a hidden service at
> the time?
I know that no :)
> 5) Do you know what position in your circuit these nodes occupied?
Either middleman either exit. But entry nodes are not changed so
often.. And in fact I look at Vidalia, DE nodes are "everywhere" in
most of my circuits, like if I hadn't an Exclude directive.
> 6) Did you get an INFO log by any chance? (Please don't post it to
> the list if it's huge.)
I send it where?
I just began to log, asked a new circuit and..
First circuit: gpfTOR2 in exit node
Another circuit: gpfTOR4 in exit node
New ID... gpfTOR3 in exit !
New ID... gpfTOR4 in exit !
Looks like a joke LOL!