Skip to main content
Share Your Experience: Take the 2024 Developer Survey
2 votes

Does a relay write to disk frequently?

Tor usually writes data into the DataDirectory. This includes information about the network, status information about your relay and other information. Those files are regularly updated. You can move ...
Jens Kubieziel's user avatar
  • 8,570
2 votes
Accepted

Running tor browser on raspberry pi 2

RPi{1,2,3} are ARM architecture SoCs, Tor Browser is currently only available for x86 (i386) or x86_64 (AMD64) on Linux, there is no Tor Browser for any ARM platforms. As such you won't be able run ...
cacahuatl's user avatar
  • 11k
2 votes
Accepted

How to make a Tor relays ORPort and DirPort reachable?

I think you are looking for NoAdvertise and NoListen flags. The manual says: ORPort [address:]PORT|auto [flags] Advertise this port to listen for connections from Tor clients and servers. ...
Tomek's user avatar
  • 421
2 votes
Accepted

Problem with hidden service on raspberry Pi

There may be several error due to the configuration. 1) run tor in terminal. Check the output. If it says cannot bind tor, there may be another instance of tor is running. try stop the tor service by:...
Mir Saman's user avatar
  • 368
1 vote

I can't import the Tor gpg debian repository keys

Grab the latest build of Tor project from their download page for linux. I just did it and was 8.5.1. Make sure you are in the same directory you downloaded the Tor project in to. In my case I ...
tldr's user avatar
  • 11
1 vote

How do I solve problem bootstrapping Tor Browser with raspberry

I think it is: Re-entry into the network is now denied at the Exit level to all relays' ORPorts and authorities' ORPorts and DirPorts. This change should help mitgate a set of denial-of-service ...
HackerNCoder's user avatar
1 vote

Creating private and isolated Tor network using raspberry pis

I would suggest you start with chutney enter link description here and see how chutney works by setting up a what you need which is: directory authorities, relays, exit relays and a client. Start with ...
carlos carbajal's user avatar
1 vote
Accepted

Tor-relay on raspberry : /var/lib/tor

If you go to https://metrics.torproject.org/rs.html and search for your relay, does it have the "V2Dir" flag? If so, your relay is acting as a directory cache. In this case you should set DirCache 0 ...
Steve's user avatar
  • 3,142
1 vote

Raspberry Pi 3 as relay command not found

Raspbian is just another flavor of Debian for Raspberry Pi. If /usr/sbin/tor is not available, then Tor is not installed. You can confirm the status of Tor by running: sudo apt info tor You should ...
elmerjfudd's user avatar
  • 2,274
1 vote

How to securely host a Tor hidden site with Raspberry Pi?

It's actually quite easy: Install OS on RPi Download web server; nginx? (sleek, simple, etc.) # apt-get install nginx Determine IP of RPi # ifconfig | grep 'inet addr' | grep -v '127.0.0.1' Install ...
lhx's user avatar
  • 11
1 vote

What is the best practice for browsing without the Tor Browser?

Probably, you could use qemu - virtual machine on *BSD. Inside it, you could simply run LiveCD Linux, for example Kali-Linux. Thereafter, you might mount host / or / visit torproject.org to fetch ...
StealthShadowCrew's user avatar
1 vote

How bowse .onion sites with a router (raspberrypi) without tor browser

If you want to use Firefox to access .onion sites you need to allow this explicitly in about:config - network.dns.blockDotOnion must be set to "false" there. Obviously you need a tor instance running ...
Dante's user avatar
  • 11
1 vote
Accepted

Raspberry with TOR relay and read-only filesystems

For a relay, the only things that are really important to persist are the keys and config. The state and descriptors might update frequently, the only issue with not persisting them would be that ...
cacahuatl's user avatar
  • 11k
1 vote

Your Guard is failing - Tor Server on Raspberry Pi

If your guard node is failing, you could try using a different guard node if you really really want to: How to change the entry node? But according to this answer, you shouldn't have to: Should I ...
Alexander Taylor's user avatar
1 vote

Trying to troubleshoot Tor on Raspberry pi3

The guide tells you how to start tor through this command: sudo service tor start (or 'stop' to stop it if its already running) In your log output you see that you start it by just writing the 'tor'...
IAmNoone's user avatar
  • 1,863
1 vote

How can I bridge Wlan to Ethernet through tor?

There is PORTAL of Pi which bridges ethernet to wireless on an RPi, intended for use with Arch Linux ARM, there is also PORTAL of Raspbian which is the same, except ported to the Raspbian. You should ...
cacahuatl's user avatar
  • 11k
1 vote

Android tethering: use Orbot or Tor browser on laptop?

tl;dr - You should, wherever possible, use tor on the local system. Especially when the "local" network is potentially hostile (which is almost always with wireless). If you can run Tor Browser on the ...
cacahuatl's user avatar
  • 11k
1 vote

Building Tor locally from src on raspberry pi

No problem! Doing it myself regulary! You need a gcc and g++ and the next libraries, compiled in the order of listing here : Zlib. You need it to compile OpenSSL with compression support OpenSSL. ...
Alexey Vesnin's user avatar
  • 6,225
1 vote

Running Tor over Tor

Tor over Tor is always worse, rule of thumb: mo' hops, mo' problems. Instead of using your RPi as a "Force Everything Through Tor" transproxy box, you should use it as an isolating proxy. Your laptop/...
cacahuatl's user avatar
  • 11k

Only top scored, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible