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fisher
so many tickets on trac
not even sure where to start :)
hi!
Yawning
Is there anyone here that uses OSX with a Japanese locale
I need a victim
err, volunteer
cacahuatl
Autocorrect, right? ;)
Yawning
exactly
normal OSX might be fine, not sure how this localization stuff works
cacahuatl
*cough* pfm *cough*
Yawning
sec, I'm uploading the test bundles
https://people.torproject.org/~yawning/volatile/tor-browser-ja-5.5a2/
emmy
http://spiritualwarfare666.webs.com/Satans_Library.htm
Yawning
does the OSX bundle in there come up properly full of moonspeak?
pfm
i use OSX but not a japanese locale
also my tor browser is currently fu*ked somehow, I should probably investigate this
it thinks it's tor browser, but it's clearly firefox
         

Yawning
I just need someone with osx to test my dmg
:/
pfm
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Yawning
my irc clinet ironically is monolingual
https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/attachment/ticket/16735/tor-browser-5.5a2j.png
does it look like that?
pfm
I'm getting the 'panic unicode boxes' instead of actual text, but that's probably due to my lack-of-jp-locale
Yawning
mmk ty <3
pfm
not getting to splash page because it's failing to connect to the tor network, which is probably something on my end
but the 'do you need a bridge?' thing was in unicode boxes
Yawning
yay boxes!
ncl
place cat in box
pfm
for some reason the titles of the windows are correctly rendered
Yawning
oh well
I tweeted about it
hopefulyl someone with a japanese macintoy will comment
pfm
yea
ecoob
running a Tor HS behind a transparent Tor to have double tor is it a good thing ?
Yawning
pfm: it prolly works, win32 and linux were fine
pfm
yea I think my work might have started blocking tor, which is why it's not connecting ;__;
how am I supposed to research our competitors anonymously now :/
Yawning
ask ibm
qrsbty1
Hello?
Idle chan, idle chan..
Guest396
Hi ya
how to not use some exit nodes configure?
cacahuatl
Why do you want to restrict the exits used?
Guest396
some are inject bad traffic or nsa
cacahuatl
Well, if you find any report them to bad-relays@lists.torproject.org and help everyone.
If you just block them yourself you only harm yourself and everyone else :)
         

Guest396
ok. so how restrict them, torrc syntax?
cacahuatl
Once they're reported and verified they will be flagged and you automatically won't use them.
ralphy
Hello guys, I'm having problems with my relay. It happens that 2 days ago I reduced the RelayBandwidthRate yet it hasn't taken effect
I haven't restart the service but I did reload the configuration
Are there still problems with bauth measurements?
cacahuatl
Is it possible you've confused bits and bytes either in the torrc line or in where you're seeing it measured?
the bwauths have nothing to do with used relay bandwidth, that's controlled locally.
They just measure what they can see it being capable of performing
ralphy
cacahuatl I have it configured as KB (kilobytes not kilobits)
cacahuatl
And the measurement shows it in what?
ralphy
And I'm seeing peaks at 17-25Mb/s
cacahuatl
it might spike, but the RelayBandwidthRate is about averages
ralphy
actually the measurement in atlas looks about right
cacahuatl
Also the torrc definition called for KBits or KBytes, rather than the upper/lower convention
RelayBandwidthBurst can be used to limit the "spikes"
https://www.torproject.org/docs/tor-manual.html.en#RelayBandwidthBurst
ralphy
I have RelayBandwidthBurst defined in the configuration to 3072 KB
I'll double check everything again though
cacahuatl
"And I'm seeing peaks at 17-25Mb/s"
>>> (3072 * 8) / 1024
24
looks about right, since the measurement is in Mbits
ralphy
cacahuatl the banwidth usage from tor is fine... it is in fact somehting else sorry
ahh, yeah, what you just said
cacahuatl
Cool :P
velope
cacahuatl: umm, Burst doesn't "limit the spikes", it accommodates them
twee
I am running tor locally on 9050 and I'm trying to create a connectable port also on localhost to connect to an irc server routed through tor with this command "sudo socat TCP4-LISTEN:9000,fork SOCKS4A:localhost:irc.installgentoo.com:6697,socksport=9050"
but when I try to connect to localhost 9000 the connection is refused
dopefish2112
hey guys
anyone around?
looking for a little guidance in setting up SSL server
anyone awake
kernelcorn
hey dopefish2112, join me in #nottor
twee
the znc wiki suggests using proxychains instead, but will that route all traffic through tor or just select servers?
nevermind I got it
delat
Has anybody else noticed a significant slowdown in the Tor network in the past few days and a lot of dropped circuits/empty paths?
ryonaloli_
i haven't
perhaps you got stuck with a slow guard?
delat
It's been switching between 3 but all 3 seem to suffer the same thing.
It might also be tails-specific.
kernelcorn
I think it's circuit-dependent
TheAverageKappa
test
ryonaloli_
pass
TheAverageKappa
hey guys I'm trying to run a relay node, I have a few questions :D
What is DirPort / directory service?
ryonaloli_
dirport allows your relay to store a copy of a list of all tor nodes, so clients that are connecting to tor can get that copy faste
*faster
TheAverageKappa
How much bandwidth does that use, and is it limited in accountingmax
?
ryonaloli_
yes
and it does not use much
in general, it's totally fine to leave it enabled
TheAverageKappa
can I see the list somehow?
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