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arm for windows?

No, arm is not available for Windows unless you use Cygwin (ticket).
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TLS and OpenSSL errors

Due to regression introduced in OpenSSL 1.1.1a. Openssl says fix in next openssl release: https://github.com/openssl/openssl/issues/7712 Until then, workaround for coping with OpenSSL 1.1.1a added to ...
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tor-arm not displaying connection information

You must include the line DisableDebuggerAttachment 0 in your torrc file in order to force Tor to allow arm access to the list of currently open sockets it has which it then uses to create the list ...
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nyx - Unable to connect to tor. Maybe it's running without a ControlPort?

I found the answer in this post the issue was that another tor service was running, blocking access to the control port. The following code fixed the problem: sudo netstat -plnt | fgrep 9050 To find ...
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Is it normal for Tor to randomly connect to various hidden services?

Not normal for Tor, but normal for Whonix. It's sdwdate. Details: https://www.whonix.org/wiki/Dev/TimeSync
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TLS and OpenSSL errors

I have the same error since upgrade from openssl to version openssl-1.1.1.a-1 on linux arch. Downgrading openssl to version openssl-1.1.1-1 solved the problem.
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Nyx ~/.nyx/cache.sqlite permissions error

Solution:Changing the owner of the config directory to the current user and group fixed the error for me: sudo chown $(id -u):$(id -g) -R ~/.nyx Explanation:On the first run (on Ubuntu 18.04) I ...
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Nyx ~/.nyx/cache.sqlite permissions error

This is a bug which has been reported. I do not know if my work-around was a security risk, but the solution that they offer on the bug tracker is: Users should be able to work around this with the ...
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How change arm's torrc path?

Arm was renamed to nyx and the development continued - nowdays there's no need in torrc, only control protocol is used. add to your nyx this argument: --interface [tor control address]:[tor control ...
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Arm / Nyx questions

Why should I run arm monitoring tool using this command: sudo -u debian-tor arm Running any process as root should generally be avoided. If anyone compromises the process, she'll have full ...
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Tor is making me an exit node despite configuration?

I asked that March '14 in another post. ARM don't differentiates between internal and external (to the normal web) circuits. Your relay is probably correct configured and will not relay as an Exit to ...
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Why is my measured bandwidth so low compared to actual -- is there a off by 1K issue?

Thanks for running a relay. (: Clients choose which relays to use based on their consensus weight. The consensus weight is assigned by the directory authorities after measuring the throughput for ...
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Tor Relay unresponsive

it's about a CPU consumption and IRQ's. Check your top - an process named irqballance may be causing some problem. If so, kill it every 8-12 hours via crontab and it will be fine. if not - please tell ...
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