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Re: [Bulk] Re: Snow Leopard
Well, I went ahead and installed Snow Leopard making sure to install
the optional Rosetta. Voila! Privoxy runs under Rosetta and the
current stable Tor-Vidalia-Privoxy bundle functions normally. I will
try the other all-x86 bundle when it is no longer an Alpha...
Thanks for your feedback
On Aug 30, 2009, at 3:16 PM, Andrew Lewman wrote:
On 08/30/2009 05:59 AM, David MacDonald wrote:
Will the current stable OS X Tor-Vidalia-Privoxy bundle work on OS X
10.6 "Snow Leopard"? Apparently privoxy (PPC) may not run after a
Leopard install (see "privoxy must be stopped then tor connects"
I would have thought that privoxy should run with the optional
installation for Snow Leopard, but apparently the OS x 10.6 "security
agent prevents privoxy from starting"
If the current bundle will not work, is an OS X 10.6 bundle being
The current stable will not work on a default OS X 10.6/Snow Leopard
installation. You want to use the current alpha, which is all x86 and
will work on Snow Leopard. The -alpha bundle can be retrieved from
The Tor Project