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Funning log entry...
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- Date: Thu, 30 Sep 2004 09:08:20 -0600
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I was looking at my logs today, and there was an entry from last night
that rather disturbs me, here it is:
Sep 29 22:30:15.175 [err] d:\documents and settings\nickm\my
documents\tor\src\or\circuitbuild.c:1081: ???: Assertion r failed; aborting.
What's really baking my noodle is the fact that I have no user "nickm"
on my machine, and I'm not too happy with the idea of Tor looking for
stuff on my machine that's not in the config file. Speaking of, here's
what I have in my config:
I am using Tor as a client, but also allowing it to mirror the
directory. I run my own router and use that as an entry point. Can
someone please help me out?
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Comment: "My public key http://www.armsteadent.com/publickey.txt
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