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1/27/19, 19:31:48.681 [WARN] You specified a public address '64.58.200.50:41258' for SocksPort. Other people on the Internet might find your computer and use it as an open proxy. Please don't allow this unless you have a good reason. 
1/27/19, 19:31:48.681 [NOTICE] DisableNetwork is set. Tor will not make or accept non-control network connections. Shutting down all existing connections. 
1/27/19, 19:31:48.681 [WARN] You specified a public address '64.58.200.50:41258' for SocksPort. Other people on the Internet might find your computer and use it as an open proxy. Please don't allow this unless you have a good reason. 
1/27/19, 19:31:48.681 [NOTICE] DisableNetwork is set. Tor will not make or accept non-control network connections. Shutting down all existing connections. 
1/27/19, 19:31:48.681 [WARN] You specified a public address '64.58.200.50:41258' for SocksPort. Other people on the Internet might find your computer and use it as an open proxy. Please don't allow this unless you have a good reason. 
1/27/19, 19:31:48.681 [NOTICE] DisableNetwork is set. Tor will not make or accept non-control network connections. Shutting down all existing connections. 
1/27/19, 19:31:48.682 [WARN] You specified a public address '64.58.200.50:41258' for SocksPort. Other people on the Internet might find your computer and use it as an open proxy. Please don't allow this unless you have a good reason. 
1/27/19, 19:31:48.682 [NOTICE] Opening Socks listener on 64.58.200.50:41258 
1/27/19, 19:31:48.682 [WARN] Could not bind to 64.58.200.50:41258: Can't assign requested address 
1/27/19, 19:31:48.682 [WARN] Controller gave us config lines that didn't validate: Failed to bind one of the listener ports. 
  • It looks like another process (Tor or otherwise) is already listening on port 41258. Try stopping any running tor processes, and follow the instructions here depending on your version of Mac OS: stackoverflow.com/questions/4421633/… – Steve Jan 27 at 17:17

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