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If you are on debian or ubuntu, you may use tor-instance-create to create another instance which you can configure (in a different file for that instance) according to your needs.


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Well, it's a HTTP GET mirror just like rsync tool, but only from the network consensus: it caches the cryptographically signed answers from the main directory servers. The DirPortFrontPage /etc/tor/tor-exit-notice.html is just an index.html page for the browser that will just open your IP+port without any url specified. It's considered to be an informational ...


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This script works, but may need a bit of improvement like a trap command. I made it by myself. !/bin/bash #iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --syn --dport 35565 -m connlimit --connlimit-above 15 --connlimit-mask 0 -j REJECT --reject-with tcp-reset ####### ALL VARIABLES ####### active=False # Don't modify please. iptables -F INPUT # remove all ...


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I don't make it full screen - but I don't like to be using it way it's letterboxed so I want to turn it off and make my borders what I want them by sizing the window myself.


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Answered in bitcoin thread. It was a permissions problem for the service. The folder and file needed to be authored by -u debian-tor otherwise it would not work. The commands i used: sudo -u debian-tor mkdir /var/lib/tor/onion-auth; sudo vim /var/lib/tor/onion-auth/x1.auth_private


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try to find it in the below folder. /usr/local/etc/tor There is a sample file by torrc.sample name. You can rename it.


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