Questions tagged [raspberry-pi]

Raspberry Pi is series of closed-sourced, card-sized and single-board computers developed by the Raspberry Pi Foundation. Question should in regards to the operations, configurations and maintenance of Raspberry Pi used with the Tor software or the Tor network.

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Anyway to reduce or eliminate hops to speed up latency for reverse ssh using tor?

I have tor setup on my raspberrypi located behind my router at home. I mainly use it to SSH into using a .onion address. The connection is very slow due to the hops. Is there a way to disable hops and ...
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Tor relay cache directory location

I have just moved my tor relay on a raspberry pi on a cheap microsd card, so I would like its I/O to reduce to a minimum to avoid destroying it in a month or so. I have already set AvoidDiskWrites 1 ...
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Unable to upgrade Tor on Raspberry Pi, libevent-2.1-6 (>= 2.1.8-stable) but it is not installable

Trying to update Tor but get this errors admin@RaspiBolt:~ $ sudo apt update && sudo apt install -y --only-upgrade tor Get:1 http://archive.raspberrypi.org/debian stretch InRelease [25.4 kB] ...
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Tor-relay on raspberry : /var/lib/tor

I run a tor relay on a Raspberry Pi, with ramdisk e.g. used for /var/lib/tor and some other folders that see lots of data written, so that the SD card does not see too many writes. No the folder /...
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Raspberry Pi 3 as relay command not found

I installed tor on my rasberry pi-3. the processor is armhf. All installed without complaint. I followd the below link to do the setup. https://www.linux.com/news/turn-your-raspberry-pi-tor-relay-...
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How to securely host a Tor hidden site with Raspberry Pi?

In Securely hosting a Tor hidden service/site, everyone concludes that the best approach is to host the server on a VM with Whonix and full-disk encryption. Thus, the server will be isolated, and if ...
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Could not launch managed proxy executable at '/usr/bin/obfs4proxy' ('No such file or directory')

Lately I have been trying to set up an obfs4 bridge on my RaspberryPi 3 (running Raspbian 9 (stretch) ) following the official guide. After setting up the torrc file to: OrPort [PORT1] ...
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What is the best practice for browsing without the Tor Browser?

The Tor Browser is only available for: Intel-based 32 and 64-bit machines and only for Mac, Windows, and Linux. However if you are using *BSD, or are using a non-Intel system such as ARM, you can use ...
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No connections to bridge

I set up a bridge at home on my Raspberry Pi (Raspbian Buster) using these instructions, and I believe everything is configured correctly... But there is no activity in or out of my bridge. Here's ...
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what is causing “Port 443 is already being handled; removing” error in the Tor debug.log?

After following the Tor Bridge installation docs and the download instructions for Ubuntu, I've successfully confirmed connection to the Tor network via a Raspberry Pi 2 with Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic ...
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Problem with hidden service on raspberry Pi [closed]

I have followed a few tutorials on setting up the Tor service. For some reason I can't get it on line.
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Tor not starting: status is active (exited)

I'm starting tor using sudo service tor start. When checking sudo service tor status, it's saying: $ sudo service tor status ● tor.service - Anonymizing overlay network for TCP (multi-instance-...
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I can't import the Tor gpg debian repository keys

I am on raspbian on a raspberry Pi model 2. I can't import the keys for the Tor repository. I tried the two following commands: $ gpg2 --recv A3C4F0F979CAA22CDBA8F512EE8CBC9E886DDD89 gpg: keyserver ...
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How to make a Tor relays ORPort and DirPort reachable?

I've been trying to set up a tor relay with a Raspberry Pi. It runs Raspbian GNU/Linux 9 and Tor 0.2.9.16. Since I only want to use the Raspberry for the tor relay I didn't do much. After installing ...
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How bowse .onion sites with a router (raspberrypi) without tor browser

Can we use a raspberry pi for accessing .onion site with the tor config ? I see some tutorials that add in that conf file VirtualAddrNetwork AutomapSuffixes .onion,.exit AutomapOnResolve 1 but ...
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My tor hidden service stopped working

I have successfully hosted my first .onion site on my Raspberry Pi by following this tutorial. For some reason I needed to stop running this site for a while. So I used this command sudo /etc/init.d/...
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Raspberry with TOR relay and read-only filesystems

I run a Raspberry Pi as a TOR node and use an SD card. The last SD card died, probably due to too much data being written to it. I'm already using the setting AvoidDiskWrites 1 So I've set up ...
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Your Guard is failing - Tor Server on Raspberry Pi

I'm having some major problems with my hidden services. I have about 10 sites hosted on my Pi. All of them are very low traffic sites (Maybe about 5-10 visits a day) Only 2-4 sites are working out of ...
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Trying to troubleshoot Tor on Raspberry pi3

I am Trying to troubleshoot Tor on Raspberry pi3 based on instructions at https://learn.adafruit.com/onion-pi/install-tor.html I appear to be able to connect to the Wi-fi, but my IP does not seem to ...
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Help need in a Tor router configuration error on Manjaro-Arm

I want use Raspberry Pi3 as a TOR Router with Arm installed. Here is my torrc configuration: /etc/tor/torrc VirtualAddrNetwork 10.192.0.0/10 AutomapHostsSuffixes .onion,.exit AutomapHostsOnResolve 1 ...
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After building tor source package to run Tor on Raspberry Pi 3 apt-get offers upgrade

Got a new RP3 with jessie and followed advice here (see "How to run Tor on Raspbian on the Raspberry Pi") to build from deb.tpo using the documentation on Tor's page about building Debian packages. ...
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How can I bridge Wlan to Ethernet through tor?

Hi I want to bridge WiFi to Ethernet but I want to do it more anonymous. So how can I do it with the tor network? By the way I want to use Linux for doing that. So please don't send me Windows ...
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Running tor browser on raspberry pi 2

I'm trying to use tor browser on my raspberry pi 2. I've downloaded and extracted the tar.xz but I can't get the tor browser to open. I navigate to tor-browser_en-US in the LXTerminal and type:- ./...
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Android tethering: use Orbot or Tor browser on laptop?

Ok, keep in mind that even though I'm fairly technically savvy, most of what I read on Tor related sites pretty much goes over my head. But even so; here's my question. Normally on my laptop I use ...
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Does a relay write to disk frequently?

I'm a new relay operator. I'm running a non-exit relay on a Raspberry Pi, whose main storage device is an SD card. I'm concerned that the relay software may be shortening the life of my SD card by ...
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Cant figure if TOR is running on my Linux? [closed]

I got TOR running on my Raspberry PI mini server for 24 hours. I use ARM to see how its doing, but the numbers doesnt make sense. It only downloaded 39 MB and uploaded 17 MB, I would guess the ...
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Building Tor locally from src on raspberry pi

After wondering why Tor would download but would not run on my raspberry pi, I found this question. How To Run Tor On Raspberry Pi. The answer says: Solution If you want to run newer Tor versions ...
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Running Tor over Tor

So I am going to set up a Raspberry Pi Onion Router and I normally use the browser bundle would it be bad? More effective? Or just as effective as using just the browser bundle?
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Can't reach port 9050

I have a problem with tor (this version and also 0.2.7.*). After compilation, with and without installation afterwards, I can'treach port 9050. I would like to see with arm what's going on but it ...
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How to allow local connections via Onion Pi?

Similar to Access local router in Tor Browser?, but I'm using an Onion Pi. This unfortunately prevents some local uses such WiFiKeyboard which sends typing from a laptop to an Android. I know that it'...
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DNS have an answer that isn't supposed to exist

I've set up my relay on my PC but I'm trying to create a relay on a raspberry pi that I can leave powered on at all times but when I start the daemon I get: [notice] Your DNS provider gave an ...
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Home router - VPN - TOR setup. Is it possible? [duplicate]

What I have on mind is this: home router --> Raspberry Pi 01 VPN --> Raspberry Pi 02 TOR --> internet Raspberry Pi 01 would connect to router via wifi and the two Raspberry Pis would be connected ...
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Using Raspberry Pi as Tor Relay

I'm attempting to set up my raspberry pi as a tor relay. I found some instructions on Instructable: http://www.instructables.com/id/Raspberry-Pi-Tor-relay/?ALLSTEPS I'm only concerned for steps 1-6, ...
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How to install a Transport Plugin on OnionPi

so I got Onion Pi from Adafruit running on my RaspberryPi2 and I can connect and everything. Problem is I'm living in China and most tor traffic is blocked by the great firewall. However, I did ...
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OnionPi with meek-amazon transport plugin [duplicate]

I'm living in China and GFW block Tor traffic anyway I installed the Tor bundle on my Ubuntu computer and was able to connect to the network with the "meek-amazon transport plugin" bridge. I've ...
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Tor dying on Raspberry Pi (circuit creation storm, out of memory)

UPD: this question was regarding an older version of Tor (0.2.4.24). With a newer version (which was 0.2.7.2-alpha for me) the problem disappeared. I am running Tor (0.2.4.24) relay on Raspberry Pi (...
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Tor on WD My Cloud device

Anyone have any luck running tor on a Western Digital My Cloud NAS? Is there any guide for running tor on new embedded devices? Any guidelines for resources like memory?
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Tor relay unable to be connected to

Hi guys I have configured a Raspberry Pi to be run as a relay, however I am unable to connect to it. Can any of you connect to it ? The name is Goblin500. I have created a python library that should ...
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Low power self-maintaining Tor relay

Over the summer, I'm looking into depositing Tor relays (not exit nodes!) with my friends in family in the form of something that they can plug in and forget about. I've read about the Rasberry Pi ...
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Tor relay and web server on Raspberry Pi

I have web server on my Raspberry Pi. After I installed and started to use Tor Relay with this manual, I am not able to connect through proxy to my Raspberry Pi web server. To run Tor proxy on ...
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Tor relay (arm monitor) doesn't seem to follow Tor settings (torrc)

I'm a rookie Tor relay operator but would like to give back to the community. According to the data in the arm-software (https://www.torproject.org/projects/arm.html.en) my Tor settings - the torrc-...
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/etc/tor/torrc is blank

Im following this tutorial to make by Raspberry Pi a Tor Hotspot. I successfully setuped a working Hotspot which is connected to internet, and now I want that all the traffic will go trough the Tor ...
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Strange Problem Browsing Blocked Websites‏

Today I have installed Tor on my Raspberry Pi and also set it up as a relay. I can monitor tor traffic using arm so it means it is working. My SocksPort configuration is 9050, 192.168.1.187:9050 ...
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Tor Relay acts as an Exit with reject *:* [closed]

You can find the solution in the end of this post. My Tor relay is working as an Exit, but it is configured with ExitPolicy reject *:*. Hanswurst is the name of my relay. Arm is giving me the ...
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Hidden server is not reachable on my Raspberry Pi

I'm having difficulty getting my hidden service working correctly. I have worked on many apache systems before but for some reason I can't get this one working. I have followed all the steps here and ...
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Is it possible to limit the number of incoming and outgoing connections on a Tor relay?

I'm running a relay on my Raspberry Pi due to its low power consumption and simplicity, and have it set up to run headless via SSH so I can monitor it with tor-arm. My issue is that the longer my ...
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Use TOR on Raspberry PI - Tails RDP

Currently I am trying to do the following on a remote-controlled desktop I installed Tor on a Raspberry Pi and made the setup as a Access point On Windows I can make a remote desktop and it will log ...
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Tor 0.2.4.20 build fails on Raspberry Pi -

I'm trying to compile Tor from source on the latest version of Raspbian on a Raspberry Pi Model B according to the instructions on the Tor Project website. I started compilation with debuild -...
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Circuit creation storms crashing Raspberry Pi relay?

I moved my Tor exit relay from my main server to a dedicated Raspberry Pi a week or two ago, and while it seemed to run fine at first it's been crashing a lot lately. I made the heartbeat more ...
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Tor hidden service on Raspberry Pi

I want to set up a Tor hidden service on a Raspberry Pi. What is a good way to do that? Maybe start with Occidentalis v0.2 by Adafruit? Is there a special tutorial for the Raspberry PI?