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Re: "Waiting for circuit"-problem (newbie)

Thanks for your reply!

Yes, I installed the vidalia bundle (Vidalia: 0.1.9; Tor:

Yes, pppoe is always started before and runs fine (I haven't changed anything here; should I?)

No, there was no warning as far as I remember from OSX. The firewall is running, and -to see if there's a difference- I added the Vidalia program in the "allow" list to let it work freely; but there was no difference. There's an option at vidalia for the firewall; I tested it with the ports set automatically ("80,443"), but there's no success. Anything else I could/should add? I'm a bit worried I forgot something "basic" to do..

Am 12.10.2008 um 13:39 schrieb phobos@xxxxxxxxxx:

On Sun, Oct 12, 2008 at 12:12:17PM +0200, buchenstab@xxxxxxxx wrote 1.7K bytes in 36 lines about:
Oktober 12 11:19:43.850 [Hinweis] We now have enough directory
information to build circuits.

Which package did you install?  The vidalia-bundle?

Is your pppoe active and connected before you start Vidalia/Tor?

OSX should have prompted you to allow connections from Vidalia, did it?