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As @Peter Gerber noted, that was an issue with systemd. What I've done:

  • Changed symlink /var/run to point to ../run instead of /run
  • Added ReadWriteDirectories=-/run to /lib/systemd/system/tor@default.service
  • After every change run systemctl daemon-updatereload

These two changes separately didn't help, but both of it combined resolved my problem. Thank you Peter once more!

As @Peter Gerber noted, that was an issue with systemd. What I've done:

  • Changed symlink /var/run to point to ../run instead of /run
  • Added ReadWriteDirectories=-/run to /lib/systemd/system/tor@default.service
  • After every change run systemctl daemon-update

These two changes separately didn't help, but both of it combined resolved my problem. Thank you Peter once more!

As @Peter Gerber noted, that was an issue with systemd. What I've done:

  • Changed symlink /var/run to point to ../run instead of /run
  • Added ReadWriteDirectories=-/run to /lib/systemd/system/tor@default.service
  • After every change run systemctl daemon-reload

These two changes separately didn't help, but both of it combined resolved my problem. Thank you Peter once more!

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As @Peter Gerber noted, that was an issue with systemd. What I've done:

  • Changed symlink /var/run/var/run to point to ../run../run instead of /run/run
  • Added ReadWriteDirectories=-/runReadWriteDirectories=-/run to /lib/systemd/system/tor@default.service/lib/systemd/system/tor@default.service
  • After every change run systemctl daemon-updatesystemctl daemon-update

These two changes separately didn't help, but both of it combined reslvedresolved my problem. Thank you Peter once more!

As @Peter Gerber noted, that was an issue with systemd. What I've done:

  • Changed symlink /var/run to point to ../run instead of /run
  • Added ReadWriteDirectories=-/run to /lib/systemd/system/tor@default.service
  • After every change run systemctl daemon-update

These two changes separately didn't help, but both of it combined reslved my problem. Thank you Peter once more!

As @Peter Gerber noted, that was an issue with systemd. What I've done:

  • Changed symlink /var/run to point to ../run instead of /run
  • Added ReadWriteDirectories=-/run to /lib/systemd/system/tor@default.service
  • After every change run systemctl daemon-update

These two changes separately didn't help, but both of it combined resolved my problem. Thank you Peter once more!

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As @Peter Gerber noted, that was an issue with systemd. What I've done:

  • Changed symlink /var/run to point to ../run instead of /run
  • Added ReadWriteDirectories=-/run to /lib/systemd/system/tor@default.service
  • After every change run systemctl daemon-update

These two changes separately didn't help, but both of it combined reslved my problem. Thank you Peter once more!