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Command line works in terminal but not in a variable under bash

The following command line works both in Terminal and when called in a bash script: cd /home/user/Schreibtisch/Tor_FF/tor-browser_en-US/Browser/ && TOR_FORCE_NET_CONFIG=0 ./start-tor-browser -...
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Run php script through torsocks

onion site runs on php and there is a crontab running like this: /usr/bin/php /path/to/site/cron.php Then cron.php generates and executes a bash file that runs other php stuff and also includes or ...
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how to copy first line of a file and sort the rest

I want to take the first line(s) of an input file and copy them to an output file, then sort the remaining lines of the input file and put them in the output file also.
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Several symbols not found when running torify

I run the following in ubuntu and bash. What do the missing symbols mean? Is it necessary to solve the problem? How shall I solve the problem? Thanks. $ torify myprogram 22:12:35 libtorsocks(19139): ...
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How to make the terminal continue after starting Tor?

Currently I'm startin Tor as follows: tor & but this holds up the terminal and thus I need to press enter to continue. In a script this may not the desired behaviour, so I was wondering if it's ...
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How to run multiple instances of Tor easier?

I need to use multiple instances of Tor with different IP addresses on each. I looked it up on google and found this link. So far I was able to make use of the "manual way" of editing everything and ...
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How to use tor with a program in shell?

I am running some programs in Bash in Ubuntu. The programs download something using network sockets. Their README file says they can be used with tor, and I hope to change the external IP address by ...
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tbb alias works in zsh and not in bash, can anybody tell me why?

I have the following alias in 2 systems, the only difference between them is one uses bash/dash, while the other uses zsh, both systems running Debian testing. The alias is :- $ alias tor alias tor=...