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Oct 26 '19 at 21:31 comment added LinuxSecurityFreak No, use systemctl restart tor@default.service instead if you really want to have control of it, I mean your line works, but it's just a dummy service file, which will do the job you request on the background.
Oct 26 '19 at 21:27 comment added Doc I can't address the Nyx issue because I'm not using it, but when testing or changing ports, for example, I edit the torrc file while tor is running, save, then simply: $ sudo systemctl restart tor and the changes are immediate and smooth. I assume they are safe based only on tor continuing without problem. So, is it necessary to first stop the tor service before editing its config file?
Mar 12 '19 at 14:03 comment added Steve You can get tor to reload the torrc file by sending a SIGHUP to the process (kill -SIGHUP $pid), without having to restart tor. This doesn’t work for every setting, but works for many of them.
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