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

If you go to 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 ...
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SSH Tor Hidden Service on Pi3 - Cannot create hidden service directory

I feel a little silly about this but I found an answer. I'm not sure how it differed from my approach. This is taken from ...
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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 ...
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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. ...
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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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