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Re: Tor not working
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what about if you uninstall tor, delete any traces of configuration
files you can find and reinstall? the default setup for tor/vidalia
bundle works as is afaik
> On Tue, Oct 03, 2006 at 07:50:54PM -0500, nil.bitbucket@xxxxxxxxx wrote 1.9K bytes in 55 lines about:
> : The output of "ps auxwww | grep Tor" is this:
> : 424 2.7 0.1 27376 424 p1 S+ 7:43PM 0:00.01 grep Tor
> This shows that Tor is not running. If you run
> "sudo /Library/StartupItems/Tor/Tor start"
> what do you receive for output?
> : Any idea what's up with that, and do I really have to launch Vidalia
> : every time I want to use Tor?
> You shouldn't have to do this now. However, this further
> highlights that Tor isn't started automatically for unknown
> Possibly places to look for reasons can be found in:
> /var/log/tor/tor.log or /Library/Logs/Crashreporter/.
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