There is no way to split a relay's tor process across CPU cores. The Tor Network does allow you to run up to two relays with the same IPv4 address though, so many people choose to run two relays on one server. Some relay operators with a large number of IP addresses run up to 16 relays on the same server.
If you're asking if you can delay your traffic at some hops/relays along the circuit, there is no way to do this. Relays will process connections and circuits as fast as possible (limited by their own bandwidth limits). Tor does not perform any traffic mixing or delays.
TOR_FORCE_NET_CONFIG=0 ./start-tor-browser.desktop sounds intresting.
Thats works fine, without the .desktop extension
My Tor browse is located on:
I guess i can do now on Terminal:
Its possible to write both in one line ?
I will try to build me a Link for ...
There is an 'about:config' option for this (extensions.torlauncher.prompt_at_startup), but it should usually already be set to false, and the browser changes this to true automatically as needed.
Instead, you should use the TOR_FORCE_NET_CONFIG environment variable when you start the browser. If you disable it, Tor will connect to the Tor network ...
The important line is:
May 08 02:32:21.967 [warn] Directory /var/lib/tor/hidden_service/ failed: Permission denied
The Tor process checks the permissions of this directory and if they are wrong it fails. You can check them by opening your terminal and entering the command:
sudo ls -la /var/lib/tor/
There should be a line which ends with hidden_service:
I don't think there is official documentation on cross-compiling tor, but it should be possible for most platforms (not sure about iOS). I don't know specifically what steps to take, but you might get ideas if you ask on #tor on the OFTC IRC channel if you don't get an answer here.
Tor by default dynamically links to other libraries such as OpenSSL and ...