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boowees
hey folks, how can I get tor to use a specific ip address for source address of all it's outbound connections ?
Peng
OutboundBindAddress
s7r
use Address in torrc and OutboundBindAddress
Address <ip> OutboundBindAddress <ip> here <ip> is the IP you want Tor to use
boowees
tyvm !!
s7r
wp
boowees
so should be: "Address 1.1.1.1 OutboundBindAddress 1.1.1.1"
right?
s7r
yes
Peng
boowees: on two different lines
boowees: ...also your IP isn't 1.1.1.1 :P
randomuser123
i am using torbrowser-launcher on debian and it doesnt work. It fails on the 'run' step
it happens because start-tor-browser doesnt exist
what do?
         

s7r
reinstall the latest Tor browser
and start it from the shortcut
randomuser123
i want to use the torbrowser-launcher package
it downloaded and verified the tbb 4.5.3, but start-tor-browser doesnt exist in its directory
why and how do I fix it?
boowees
Peng: lol it isn't , and yeah I had it on the same line :P
randomuser123
the problem started when I was messing around with iptables and tbb connect to the node directory, so I killed the process and when i started torbrowser-launcher again it prompted me to reset tbb, i agreed and it started regular firefox instead of tbb. I ran apt-get purge torbrowser-launcher and then installed it again. tbb launcher reported that the tbb profile was missing. I deleted the tbb directory and reinstalled tbb
launcher again. It downloaded and verified it, but I have the problem I described above
*tbb couldnt connecy
another problem is that the launcher installs tbb again every time
and the weird thing is that the file does exist...
boowees
so .... i need some advice on how to implent this idea, I have a machine... i want all traffic from that machine "tunneled" through tor which is listening on a local interface
i tried redsocks,that program is pretty ..hackish...does not give me any debug logs or why it's not working,etc..
rhodium
where do i find the rhodium archive
boowees
whoever decides to anonymous network next needs to do it at layer3 , doing layer 3 @ layer4/5 sucks !! :P
cat-xeger
If you can do better, go ahead ;D
kernelcorn
boowees: you should be able to point your application at the localhost SOCKS port that Tor opens, that's how it's normally done
tacky
anyone running an exit with an "accept *:*" exit policy?
algorythm
i was. on my raspberry pi. but it got disconnected by the ISP something like every 6th hour (the vpn tunnel was lost).
so i had to put it offline. i fu*kin hate my isp
no connection survives for more than at the very most, 12h
so no servers for me
tacky
yeah, isps used to be cool. now they're just corporate as****es
algorythm
no ordinary customers complain about losing their long-time connections, because they dont have any.
so its okay to stamp out those 0.1% that care about anything else than streaming and torrents
tacky
what kind of vpn were you using?
algorythm
ovpn.se
or org
tacky
in tcp mode?
algorythm
in udp mode
tacky
hmm, should survive then, i think
algorythm
i thought so too.
tacky
you don't need the vpn to run a tor exit though. confused
         

algorythm
i dont think my isp would be happy *at all* to be hosting an exit node
probably its a violation of the contract
tacky
use is a violation of the contract. fu*kin' pricks.
well, a floodgated exit policy is not exactly the best way to stay under the radar and up. lol
algorythm
i think its standard that one promise not to let others use the connection, that its for personal use only. (which makes public wifi spots contract-breakers)
tacky
they're full o sh*t. day by day they make everything we used to do against policy.
algorythm
yes. the internets is not at all like it was in the beginning. its super-centralized and consumer-centered nowadays. but we are getting off topic
tacky
including actually using the bandwidth you pay for. used to be a cap free net. wtf?
algorythm
(thats why i like tor/i2p/cjdns! its free and like internets was in the beginning)
even freer actualy
in sweden its cap free still.
/j #nottor for off topic btw
tacky
buy our new super mondo 150 GB/s pipe, but don't use more than 10 GB a month. wtf insanity? an people just take it. "oh, i got a pretty good deal." lulz
#nottor is too troll filled for me, but i agree with the strayed off topic point
Ubik
probably why we just go offtopic in here :)
aexl
hi again. does anybody have a solution for me? http://www.file-upload.net/download-10744808/aexltorlog.gz.html
tor can't open "lock" (for locking: Read-only file system) although permissions seem to check out.
teor
you can't run tor on a read-only filesystem
caravel
teor: aexl has explained this yesterday (iirc), seems it's not read-only
(Action) guesses aexl shows all command outputs at their url
aexl: you could try the mailing list, might be easier for such issue
teor
Unfortunately not: Jun 29 23:42:40.000 [warn] Couldn't open "/media/cRAID/Tor/lock" for locking: Read-only file system
caravel
yes, that's the error message, which aexl doesn't understand, says it makes no sense
teor
That's all I can see, what I need to see is the mount arguments for /media/cRAID
caravel
aexl had provided these all, they're not in their archive?
aexl
sorry. here are the commands: http://lpaste.net/136099
caravel
(and I don't recall the mount args were any special to me)
:)
(Action) leaves the space
aexl
it worked before 0.2.6.9. look at the log. it stops working right after the upgrade.
teor
aexl: have you tried deleting the lock file?
aexl
yes.
teor
and do you get exactly the same error?
aexl
Jul 07 17:48:57.000 [warn] Couldn't open "/media/cRAID/Tor/lock" for locking: Read-only file system
Jul 07 17:48:57.000 [err] set_options(): Bug: Acting on config options left us in a broken state. Dying.
teor
So you can successfully delete the file?
aexl
yes.
teor
Give me a few moments to check the source code around that error message
aexl
updated http://lpaste.net/136099 with messages from systemd
teor
Well, I found a bug, but I doubt it's causing your problem
aexl: can you please turn on debug logging, and provide your debug log?
aexl
teor
What version of linux are you running?
Do you have libseccomp installed, and, if so, was your tor compiled to support it?
aexl
Debian Jessie (stable) Linux homepc 3.2.0-4-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.2.68-1+deb7u1 x86_64 GNU/Linux
no i don't have libseccomp installed
but i have tor from deb.torproject.org/torproject.org
argh. i had wheezy in my sources.list. huh 0.2.6.9-1~d80.jessie+1 wasn't offered as an update. yet.
"The following packages have been kept back: tor tor-geoipdb"
teor
So what happens when you fix that?
aexl
hm in really need libseccomp2
teor
I don't understand what you mean
aexl
i just installed libseccomp2_2.1.1-1_amd64.deb and 0.2.6.9-1~d80.jessie+1 (git-145b2587d1269af4)
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