is there some simple way to set up a local "proxy" that will catch requests to, say, localhost/www.example.com and forward them through the local tor socks proxy?
(to make up for firefox's apparent inability to set per-tab proxies...)
I suppose you'd have to rewrite the html links in the returned html pages too
spamham: i heard about foxy proxy or something like it, people said it worked wonders, i just haven't got the time to try it out
the proxy autoconfiguration file can do that, too
all about pac files: http://www.returnproxy.com/
bja: right, could try that again... had some issues with getting tor-dns to work, but maybe with privoxy or polipo one won't need any special treatment for dns
(if firefox sends the hostname to the proxy rather than trying to resolve it itself)
spamham: do you know newer firefox can send dns requests trough socks proxy?
anrxc: yes. But it's harder if you want to use foxy-proxy to only use tor for .onion urls :) seemed to work or fail at random ;)
(foxyproxy switches the proxy on or off depending on url)
I've integrated dirservers1, is there another configuration I need to add ?
is my tor relay tax deductible?
donated services generally aren't tax-deductible in the US, I think. but i am not a lawyer. :)
The IRS has a pamphlet on deductible expenses: #
err, that was supposed to be a paste of the URL
maybe if you bought the server for the express purpose? but IANAL
if you _gave_ the tor project the server, probably.
but fwiw, if we knew a way for all server ops to claim a tax deduction, we'd tell people about ut. :)
Hmm what is the trouble with eventdns.c ?
I forgot how I made that compileable
it builds on mingw for us most days
is there any tor discussion board?
BarkerJr: we've been advised tor relays are not tax deductible under USA laws, however if you want to try for the deduction, they can say no
or maybe the IRS says yes and people can then donate their relay costs, but only if it's dedicated to just tor
my tor is not able to load OR descriptors, the hole day, i am from germany
what version of tor?
vidalia 0.1.15, also AdvTor
"connection to a relay directory failed (no route to host)"
some other tor client
we also updated tor directory authorities and new versions last week
that vidalia 0.1.15 is old
maybe you just need to give out receipts to tor relays for the value of their donation?
I don't really care, though... I don't spend enough on tor to matter :)
my tor works after a new install..
BarkerJr: that's exactly what we can't do
we can say "thank you for running a relay from (start date) to (end date), you've helped provide online anonymity, privacy, blah, blah, blah..."
but the person doing the deducting has to value their donation, not us
because it's a conversation between the person and their tax authority
"i donated a tor server valued at $1 billion us dollars in 2009" irs> lol, try you paid $100/mo for 2 months. denied! welcome to auditland!
isn't my service priceless to the users? :P
r1eo, I just filed 1233 for corrupt bridge history
is tor overloaded ? I keep getting "Directory busy, try again later"
can you tell what directory it is?
Jan 26 03:27:47.236 [info] connection_dir_request_failed(): Giving up on directory server at '188.8.131.52'; retrying
Jan 26 03:27:48.024 [info] connection_dir_request_failed(): Giving up on directory server at '184.108.40.206'; retrying
I also got: Jan 26 03:27:48.502 [debug] directory_get_from_dirserver(): Deferring serverdesc fetch: all authorities are in use.
i tried removing the data directory a few times, no help
just to be sure, you are on 0.2.1.22 or 0.2.2.7-alpha, right?
I am getting a lot of those serverfetch errors
I'm not seeing them
Have any idea about possible causes?
not from me, sorry
Hmm I also see: Jan 26 03:25:20.839 [info] router_pick_trusteddirserver(): No trusted dirservers are reachable. Trying them all again.
This might be the real cause
I had the same error before, that's why I upgraded to latest 0.2.1.22
that's why it is stuck at 45% i guess
Crazy I keep getting Jan 26 03:53:26.748 [debug] directory_get_from_dirserver(): Deferring serverdesc fetch: all authorities are in use.
Still boot is locked to 45% because the servers deny me the descriptor download
can i see all the descripptor data tor is downloadloading with the standard client..
is it possible FetchDirInfoEarly is flawed in the late releases ?
That might have caused my issues
6 hours of bug searching ;)
or: Christopher Davis <email@example.com>: 2010-01-20 17:20:41 [polipo/master]: Detect overflow when parsing integers.
or: Christopher Davis <firstname.lastname@example.org>: 2010-01-26 04:54:47 [polipo/master]: Merge branch 'parseint'
number of running relays goes down.
__Lirezh: flawed in what way?
also, why do you set that option?
ln5: hey. It looks like the guy at Apple didn't tell the truth
ln5: compiling openssl 0.9.8l on OS X and statically linking Tor against it creates a working tor
ln5: also, no update on my bugreport with apple
Hi. I am using tor 0.2.0.35 on my debian server and constantly get "Not enough good signatures on networkstatus consensus" in my log files. what can I do?
Sebastian: hey. so it's been verified that /usr/lib/libssl.0.9.8.dylib
cweiske: hrm. weasel: any updates on the new package?
i would do it myself if only i could understand why that dyld creature doesn't honour DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH.
Sebastian: which new package?
weasel: the new 0.2.0.35 package
it will be in the next stable point release.
Sebastian, if you mean me: "Unable to load consensus directory downloaded from server '220.127.116.11:443'"
cweiske: hrm, that's dannenberg
how do i open a stream like in control-spec
what would be a fair number of file desc for 256kB/512kB of bw allocated to tor?
w/ 4096, it still continues to cry
Shaman: At least 10k
Shaman: but there's not really a good reason to limit it at all, so why not give it more
cweiske: hrm. A good solution would be to upgrade to 0.2.1.22
Sebastian: I simply want to have a limit for sec purpose.
what kind of security?
Sebastian, thanks - will try that
cweiske: That's a good idea anyways
I don't want to have a process that can virtually break the system if it start to work bad (ie eat all the possible file descriptor for the whole system)
Sebastian, that version is the latest stable in debian, the reason I have it
but I'll use the newer ones now
cweiske: I know. Debian doesn't like updating software ;)
Shaman: well sure, just set it to 20k. That should be sufficient.
I just did that right now. Will see if it's better
I'm quite impressed by how fast new connections are comming, once the tor is started
ln5: So if your Apple guy can tell us why Tor with static openssl works and the one with dynamically loaded openssl doesn't, that'd be neat. Otherwise, he can claim whatever he want
Sebastian: Sure. I've just convinced my dyld to load /usr/lib/libssl.0.9.8.dylib instead of the /opt/local/lib one from macports. How would I confirm that I have or have not the renegotiation problem?
so i have, but do i have to actually push traffic through it to verify?
i'd like to read some debug output
Tor will warn if renegotiation fails
linus-2:~% DYLD_PRINT_LIBRARIES=y tor -f /tmp/empty
dyld: loaded: /usr/lib/libssl.0.9.8.dylib
dyld: loaded: /usr/lib/libcrypto.0.9.8.dylib
Jan 26 10:38:32.482 [notice] Tor has successfully opened a circuit. Looks like client functionality is working.
Jan 26 10:38:32.482 [notice] Bootstrapped 100%: Done.
-rwxr-xr-x 1 root wheel 894736 Nov 21 04:02 /usr/lib/libssl.0.9.8.dylib
now, one can wonder whether that library is really the newest 0.9.8l.
does tor proxy have a config file on win?
hmm... I run 0.2.2.6-alpha
morning to everyone, it is some problems with Tor network ? i have only 280 relays founds and it work really bad
yes, there is a problem. We're working on the fix.
hi Sebastian, good morning my friend, oh ok, so it's not by me while the last git libevent have compile problem too but that other thing :P
thanks Sebastian and i will see about the news, good luck ;D
is it normal that the log is full of "404 not found" info messages?
cweiske: not really. Paste one of them, please?
cweiske: we're currently experiencing a very unstable Tor network.
btw, I have tor 0.2.1.22-1 now
but the connection seems to work now
the log messages are there because of general network problems
that's a little sad to hear
Sebastian: manage too bootstrap with v0.2.2.7-alpha (git-69c0147ea6725a63) too, using /usr/lib/libcrypto.0.9.8.dylib
ln5: did you see my pastebin?
could you get hold of ls -l and md5 of failing libcrypto.0.9.8.dylib?
we have about the same stuff loaded, I'll comment with my output
MD5 (/usr/lib/libssl.0.9.8.dylib) = c4d404ab688c502dfe0a0aefcebf3c5c
you asked for the other file
MD5 (/usr/lib/libcrypto.0.9.8.dylib) = 2a592d45bfdaa227cc2f3edd83285b9b
how do i tell the pastebin to behave?
MD5 (/usr/lib/libssl.0.9.8.dylib) = c4d404ab688c502dfe0a0aefcebf3c5c
we have the same library, weird
I commented on your pastebin but it got formatted badly
Sebastian, thanks for you help and goodbye
thanks for running a relay
ln5: we should probably document this in bug 1225... I have no idea what's going on.
I'll try to squeeze it in tonight. If you beat me to it, so be it. ;-)