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I've come across a bunch of posts covering this, with answers ranging from "update tor" to "this feature got removed"... and none of them helped me.

I run tor in alpine docker, installed from the alpine package manager.

I start tor like this... tor -f /etc/tor/torrc ...And my torrc looks like this...

ExitNodes {us}
StrictNodes 1

Does anyone know why this doesn't work?

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    StrictNodes doesn't apply to ExitNodes. Why do you say that ExitNodes isn't working? How are you testing it?
    – Steve
    Jun 25 at 17:21
  • OK. I only added StrictNodes because I read a user comment that said it was required. I am testing it by curl-ing ipinfo.io. Sometimes I will be connected to a US exit, but a lot of the time I wont be.
    – Chris
    Jun 25 at 19:42
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    Different geolocation databases might think that a relay is in different countries. You should get the exit relay's IP address and search for it here: metrics.torproject.org/rs.html#search. That will tell you what country that Tor thinks the relay is in. They should all be US relays.
    – Steve
    Jun 25 at 23:46
  • That's interesting. You are correct. Different sites believe the server is in different countries. It might not be a tor issue after all.
    – Chris
    Jun 26 at 0:55

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