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It's a normal error: the dpkg needs to obtain a global and system-wide lock to be sure that no installation process will mess one another, so they will be done in a serial way being run one by one. It's also true for any mainstream package manager like yum, rpm et cetera. It's OK to do a sudo for install: the installation script will create a separate ...


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The tor.service is normally run as a non-privileged process (i.e. the process' owner's UID is not 0). This is true unless (as is the case here) the flag DisableAllSwap is set to 1 (default is 0) in which case the process must be started as root (see service unit file) and later passed on to user tor (see file etc/tor/torrc). No matter, for both ...


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