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Tor@default.service fails to run and journalctl -eu tor@default outputs this - https://campfirebg.eu5.org/upload/log.txt Any help?

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Using this command to filter you log file

cat log.txt | grep -F '[warn]' | grep -v 'Failed to parse/validate' | grep -P -o '\[warn\] \K.*' | uniq 

Gives this output:

Directory /var/lib/tor cannot be read: Permission denied
Directory /var/lib/tor/keys cannot be read: Permission denied
/var/lib/tor is not owned by this user (debian-tor, 127) but by rado (1000). Perhaps you are running Tor as the wrong user?
Fixing permissions on directory /var/lib/tor
/var/lib/tor/keys is not owned by this user (debian-tor, 127) but by rado (1000). Perhaps you are running Tor as the wrong user?
/home/rado/onion/service is not owned by this user (debian-tor, 127) but by root (0). Perhaps you are running Tor as the wrong user?

It looks like the tor service is running under the user debian-tor, so you need to change ownership of these directories to debian-tor.

Something like this should fix it:

sudo chown -R debian-tor /var/lib/tor /home/rado/onion/service

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