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Tor Browser Bundle 3.6.3
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mikeb


Joined: 23 Nov 2006
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PostPosted: Sat 03 May 2014, 19:15    Post subject:  

Whats the difference between getting the tor daemon and configuring firefox or seamonkey like
http://www.proxomitron.ru/proxwiki/anonymity/setup/recommendations
or similar?
If I do that then i seem to be anonymous and can say access a blocked site using it. In fact i never used to know about the dns setting I just set the proxy.

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Daniel50

Joined: 03 May 2014
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PostPosted: Sat 03 May 2014, 21:45    Post subject: Getting tor to work...  

Hi, it was mentioned earlier in this thread that removing lines 114-117 should make tor work in puppy. however this approach has worked in the past for me, but with the new version it doesn't.

On another note Oscars sfs worked fine for me in x-precise, so it kind did all the work for me... I am still a little curious on how you did it however?

also, would you consider working on a torchat.pet for x-precise? I have never got this to work in puppy, despite numerous attempts.

thanks, Dan
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dream.catcher

Joined: 08 May 2014
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PostPosted: Thu 29 May 2014, 09:55    Post subject:  

safesocks 1 in tor vps..how can i use this bundle with vps without the dns warning?
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phredo

Joined: 21 Oct 2013
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PostPosted: Sun 08 Jun 2014, 15:52    Post subject:
Subject description: Works in Slacko 5.6 but not 5.7
 

Tor-browser-3.6-x86.sfs works fine on my non-PAE Slacko 5.6, but won't start on the same computer with non-PAE Slacko 5.7.0, with the same installation, as far as I can tell, on the same computer. After I click on "connect", the "Connecting..." box opens, a few notices pop up on that box, but it sticks at "Please wait while we establish a connection to the Tor network", with the blue bar at about 40% of the way across.

Just to make sure, I loaded devx_slacko_5.7.0.sfs and kernel_sources-3.4.82-slacko_4g_f2fs.sfs, but it still does the same thing, both the pet and the sfs.
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OscarTalks

Joined: 05 Feb 2012
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Location: London, England

PostPosted: Sun 08 Jun 2014, 22:05    Post subject:  

Hmm, yes, I wouldn't expect devx and kernel sources to make any difference. Is the system clock set to the correct time? Tor Browser refuses to start if it is wrong, although if this is on the same machine I would expect the clock is right when you change Pups.

Starting from terminal with the command torbrowser or tor-browser will give a bit more information about where it is stalling.

I have had intermittent problems with the last few versions not always starting properly. If it only half starts and hangs you have to do killall firefox in terminal and then try again. There are some lines of code that I put in the launcher script to make it so that just clicking the menu entry or icon a second time would do that automatically, but those lines are commented out. You can uncomment them if it helps, but then be aware that any running Firefox will be killed if you launch Tor Browser at the same time.

A LITTLE LATER:-
I just tested it in a fresh Slacko 5.7 non-pae loading the .sfs of Tor Browser on-the-fly and it started and ran OK for me here.

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phredo

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PostPosted: Mon 09 Jun 2014, 02:00    Post subject:
Subject description: Time discrepancy
 

It looks like you hit the nail on the head, but I don't understand how or what to change. Here's the final two messages of the torbrowser startup:

Quote:
Jun 08 22:40:24.000 [warn] Our clock is 14 hours, 19 minutes behind the time published in the consensus network status document (2014-06-09 05:00:00 UTC). Tor needs an accurate clock to work correctly. Please check your time and date settings!

Jun 08 22:40:24.000 [notice] I learned some more directory information, but not enough to build a circuit: We have no recent usable consensus.


But Jun 8, 22:40 WAS the correct time. I'm in time zone -8 (California), so it seems like the UTC would be 8 hours later, which is close to 6/9 05:00, (but still 24 minutes off). So how can I fix the problem? I seem to remember this happening to me once with Tor in Windows, but I don't remember how I resolved the problem.

Update: I went to Quick Setup First Run Settings, checked the "Set time/date from internet" box, and did the update. Now Tor starts up but my clock says Jun 9, 2:07 pm. But it's really Jun 8, 11:08 pm here in California, so something is still not right, even though I'm glad Tor is working. Do you have further insights?
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mikeb


Joined: 23 Nov 2006
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PostPosted: Mon 09 Jun 2014, 06:46    Post subject:  

hmm clock whinges ... an hour or 2 was usually ok and since we are crossing time zones I never understood the problem anyway.
Tor also complains about versions 2 minutes after compiling it Very Happy

So no one know why there is a need for a 'special' tor browser then since I just use standard firefox?

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step

Joined: 04 May 2012
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PostPosted: Mon 09 Jun 2014, 17:11    Post subject:  

mikeb wrote:

So no one know why there is a need for a 'special' tor browser then since I just use standard firefox?
Maybe I misunderstood your questions, but I think a special tor browser is useful for the scores of people who need pretty good privacy (from their oppressive government's eyes, etc.) and aren't technical enough to know how to attain it.
I prefer using the Tor-browser bundle because it's hardened by people who (should) keep current on all possible security exploits, while I don't.

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mikeb


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PostPosted: Mon 09 Jun 2014, 18:57    Post subject:  

ah ok... just seemed like a quick config change but wanted to know if I was missing something.
I pop on tor when there are sites who seem to have a problem with where I live usually so its handy to just flip the proxy setting when that happens.

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