Jul 21 09:11:11.941 [notice] Tor 0.4.5.9 (git-d0ed04d50e80fe1c) running on Windows 8 [or later] with Libevent 2.1.12-stable, OpenSSL 1.1.1k, Zlib 1.2.11, Liblzma N/A, Libzstd N/A and Unknown N/A as libc. Jul 21 09:11:11.941 [notice] Tor can't help you if you use it wrong! Learn how to be safe at https://www.torproject.org/download/download#warning Jul 21 09:11:11.954 [notice] Configuration file "<...>" not present, using reasonable defaults. Jul 21 09:11:11.956 [warn] Path for GeoIPFile (<default>) is relative and will resolve to <...>. Is this what you wanted? Jul 21 09:11:11.956 [warn] Path for GeoIPv6File (<default>) is relative and will resolve to <...>. Is this what you wanted? Jul 21 09:11:11.957 [notice] Opening Socks listener on 127.0.0.1:9050 Jul 21 09:11:11.958 [notice] Opened Socks listener connection (ready) on 127.0.0.1:9050 Jul 21 09:11:11.000 [notice] Bootstrapped 0% (starting): Starting Jul 21 09:11:11.000 [notice] Starting with guard context "default" Jul 21 09:11:12.000 [notice] Bootstrapped 5% (conn): Connecting to a relay
The executable seems to work fine, but I cannot connect to TOR relay due to my country's restrictions. It gets stuck on
5% forever. I suppose, I could use a proxy server to connect to a relay, yet I don't know which command I should use.
Where can I find a list of TOR startup commands I could use to configure the client?
Since I can see a couple of problems here, for example
Jul 21 09:11:11.956 [warn] Path for GeoIPFile (<default>) is relative and will resolve to <...>. Is this what you wanted?
since it's actually not what I wanted, because it doesn't specify the correct location by default.
What I mean by commands is, take for example the
Google Chrome browser (or anything
Chromium-based). We could use
chrome.exe --profile-directory="Profile X" --headless --disable-gpu --window-size 322,322
Google Chrome session with such and such profile, run it headless with window size
322 and so on.
What I'd like to do is basically:
tor.exe --proxy "<protocol>://<host>:<port>" --geoipfile-path "<path-to-geoipfile>"