Will the "obfs4proxy.exe" compiled for "Win32", as extracted from the official Tor-browser download, work normally on an AMD Athlon-XP ? Specifically, this is a modern X86(32) processor but that does not have SSE2 and superior instruction sets - in case this is useful information.
I cannot run the TBB, using standalone Tor.exe (own compilation) instead, with home made configuration. I extracted the 'obsf4procy' from the TBB tho, added proper 'torrc' configuration lines to have it run 'managed' and got my trial obfs4-bridges from the usual place @ bridges.torproject.org - but alas ! it does not run ! Actually just trying to run the executable on this machine - even with option '-h' or '--help' bombs out !
Please help - if applicable, providing a special build compatible to Athlon-XP ! In case target CPU-compatibility is NOT the problem, what else could be ? Missing dependencies ? The executable /does/ bomb out (crash) anyway... not good :=(
P.S : I got no problems whatsoever using the Python based obfs(2,3)proxy.
## TOR Configuration file (noino) ### bridges UseBridges 1 UpdateBridgesFromAuthority 1 ## obfsproxy configuration (works OK, commented out): ##ClientTransportPlugin obfs2,obfs3 exec obfsproxy managed ## obfs4proxy doesn't work on my comp :=( ClientTransportPlugin obfs2,obfs3,obfs4,scramblesuit exec M:\PROGRAMS\TOR\obfs4proxy Bridge obfs3 XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:XXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX SocksPort 9050 # what port to open for local application connections ControlPort 9051 ## Entry policies