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Re: Vidalia issue yet ANOTHER problem

Frankly, I have no idea what log level I am operating tor at because I am only 
now trying to work with vidalia and have no idea what it's settings are in 
that regard.  I am trying to use vidalia with its defaults (at least as they 
are in the mandriva rpm).  I DID alter the vidalia conf so that instead of 
stderr, tor is logging to /usr/local/var/log/tor/debug.log.

It took a while for me to figure out how Tork was doing things.  I think it may 
take at least a little for futzing before I figure out the basics of vidalia 


On Monday 11 May 2009 13:33:49 Jon wrote:
> Praedor Atrebates wrote:
> > On Saturday 09 May 2009 08:25:30 Andrew Lewman wrote:
> >> On Fri, 8 May 2009 13:01:23 -0400
> >>
> >> Praedor Atrebates <praedor@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >>> I have had to give up on Tork and am now trying to make vidalia
> >>> work.  I am unable to get vidalia to assign a password to the control
> >>> port.  How does one do this short of running vidalia as root?  It is
> >>> preventing me from being able to support the tor network because I do
> >>> not want to run with no protected control port.
> > I have just confirmed yet another vidalia problem:  the log window, if
> opened,
> > scrolls rapidly and refuses to clear or close after I've opened it while
> > vidalia is running.  All the buttons in the window become unresponsive
> and the
> > only way to close the window is to click the shutdown X in the window
> corner.
> > After that, in about 5 seconds, I get a message that the message window
>> is not
> > responding and do I want to terminate the application or keep it
>> running (it
> > eats up lots of CPU too).  I hit "terminate" and it takes vidalia down

> with
> > it.

> What log level are you running when this occurs?

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