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This info seems obsolete. On the 'Pi: sudo apt-get install tor ...now results in a working install. (Of course, you must appropriately edit torrc and then restart the service.)


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I found a complete tutorial for Raspbian with prebuilt binaries for the latest version. Also, full instructions for building from source are provided. You can catch them here: http://unsuspectingbit.com/tutorial-private-anonymizing-proxy-raspberry-pi-tor-based/ [on Saturday11April2015 Seems to be a dead link: If anyone has a more current link or if the new ...


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For those looking for binary downloads, see https://github.com/gordon-morehouse/cipollini/tree/master/raspbian_packages with the appropriate caveat emptor about installing binary software from a dude you don't know (me) on the Internet. I don't have deterministic builds going for Raspbian packages yet, so these are hand-built straight from the source ...


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Yes, it's absolutely fine to run a alpha version of Tor as a relay if and only if you're a relatively advanced user. First of all, alpha's need testing. However, be prepared for bugs and please only do this if you're also going to report the ones you encounter too. Secondly the Tor network also gains resilience from different Tor versions running on ...


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Generally with "suggested" packages you can safely ignore them They are just packages that may be useful to you if you installed Tor If you want to install recommended packages run (assuming you're on a Debian based distro or it has apt, otherwise refer to your package managers documentation): apt install <packagename> --install-recommends


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This is a known issue on Ubuntu/Debian, there's a conflict with apparmor because Tor is still running as root when it tries to scan the hidden service directories. They're looking into making the appropriate changes so that it has changed user when it tries this. This is documented under #22331. In the meantime, a workaround from Yawnbox is to edit the /...


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You better avoid this kind of running: when I helped people I saw a fake Tor Browser distributions: tor.exe binary was replaced with some malicious program that even tried to mimic original program's behaviour and even log output! So - do yourself a favour - check the signature. it is simple. Need help with signature checking?


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When you look at the different versions of Tor, you'll see that there is no X.0 version. So also there is no tor-0.2.3.0-XX. The first version of the 0.2.3 series is tor-0.2.3.1-alpha.


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Although the answer has been accepted, I have some sort of update: While everything "weasel" said is true, we now have the Raspberry 2, that works perfectly as it features an ARMv7 CPU. In other words: Go ahead and add the Debian armhf repo of the Tor project and it will result in an up-to-date setup that's working like a charm (as long as you use a ...


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