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Re: Problems with irc because of tor?
Now I'm really lost on this. Tor quit running (I cannot run tor-0.2.1.7-alpha
for more than a couple minutes, so it seems. It just suddenly quits without
any errors. It's running then suddenly it isn't.
Looks like it is back to the previous version again...
That said, tor is down/off and I STILL get the same messages for my IRC
client. It seems that simply running tor briefly is enough to bork my IRC
client from then on (at least until I reboot)?
On Thursday 20 November 2008 16:12:42 Alexander W. Janssen wrote:
> Sebastian Hahn wrote:
> >> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht----- Von: "Praedor Atrebates"
> >> <praedor@xxxxxxxxx> Gesendet: 20.11.08 21:10:08 An:
> >> or-talk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Betreff: Problems with irc because of tor?
> >> Why does running tor suddenly cause me to be unable to connect to
> >> freenode? I am NOT running a torified irc client. Also, where's
> >> the address 127.0.0.1 coming from? Why is my REAL IP address now
> >> invisible (apparently) and tor causing sites to think I am trying
> >> to use the <illegal> localhost IP?
> >> praedor
> > Unfortunately, some service providers choose to not accept Tor users
> > as part of their userbase and block connections from exit nodes.
> That wasn't the question, he was wondering why he was using Tor at all
> though he told his client not to use it.
> Praedor: Sure you don't use a proxy in your IRC-client? Also, check - if
> you're using some flavour of UNIX - if you have some variable like
> http_proxy set.