Commit 16778795 authored by Roger Dingledine's avatar Roger Dingledine
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minor fixes; bump to 0.0.2pre10


svn:r551
parent 3d7463d2
......@@ -11,6 +11,8 @@ Quickstart version for users:
6) point your browser to socks4 or socks5 proxy at localhost port
9050. In mozilla, this is in edit|preferences|advanced|proxies. This
allows you to test to make sure tor is installed correctly.
(If you have a personal firewall, be sure to allow connections to
localhost port 9050.)
7) make sure you've set it up correctly: go to
http://www.junkbusters.com/cgi-bin/privacy and see what IP it says
you're coming from. If it works, you should probably go on to step 8,
......@@ -22,6 +24,23 @@ Quickstart version for users:
no socks proxy). This step will give you good html scrubbing as well.
(See doc/CLIENTS for why direct socks gives you less anonymity.)
If this works for you, you can stop reading. Otherwise, see the README for
more details.
*****If this works for you, you can stop reading here******
If you got the source from cvs:
Run "./autogen.sh", which will run the various auto* programs and then
run ./configure for you. From there, start at step 3 in the quickstart
list above.
If the quickstart doesn't work for you:
If you have problems finding libraries, try
CPPFLAGS="-I/usr/local/include" LDFLAGS="-L/usr/local/lib" \
./configure
rather than simply ./configure.
Check out the list archives at http://archives.seul.org/or/dev/ and see
if somebody else has reported your problem. If not, please subscribe
and let us know what you did to fix it, or give us the details and
we'll see what we can do.
......@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ http://archives.seul.org/or/dev/.
Is your question in the FAQ? Should it be?
**************************************************************************
See the INSTALL file for a quickstart. This is all you will probably need.
See the INSTALL file for a quickstart. That is all you will probably need.
**************************************************************************
**************************************************************************
......@@ -15,32 +15,6 @@ You only need to look beyond this point if the quickstart in the INSTALL
doesn't work for you.
**************************************************************************
Dependencies:
For tor itself, you're going to need openssl (0.9.5 or later
-- including the dev stuff and includes). If you're on Linux,
everything will probably work fine. OS X and BSD (but see below under
troubleshooting) may work too. Let us know if you get it working
elsewhere.
If you got the source from cvs:
Run "./autogen.sh", which will run the various auto* programs and then
run ./configure for you. From there, start at step 3 in the quickstart
list above.
If the quickstart doesn't work for you:
If you have problems finding libraries, try
CPPFLAGS="-I/usr/local/include" LDFLAGS="-L/usr/local/lib" \
./configure
rather than simply ./configure.
Check out the list archives at http://archives.seul.org/or/dev/ and see
if somebody else has reported your problem. If not, please subscribe
and let us know what you did to fix it, or give us the details and
we'll see what we can do.
Do you want to run a tor server?
First, set up a config file for your node (start with sample-orrc and
......
AC_INIT
AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE(tor, 0.0.2pre9)
AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE(tor, 0.0.2pre10)
AM_CONFIG_HEADER(orconfig.h)
CFLAGS="-Wall -O2 -I/usr/kerberos/include"
......
......@@ -43,15 +43,15 @@ socks server is a tor process (running either locally or elsewhere).
In general this works quite well for command-line processes like finger,
ssh, etc. But there are a couple of catches: A) tsocks doesn't intercept
calls to gethostbyname. So unless you specify an IP rather than hostname,
you'll be giving yourself away. B) Programs which are suid root (or
anybody else) don't let you intercept the system calls -- ssh falls into
this category. But you can make a local copy of ssh and use that. C)
Probably tsocks doesn't behave well for behemoths like Mozilla.
you'll be giving yourself away. B) Programs which are suid don't let you
intercept the system calls -- ssh falls into this category. But you can
make a local copy of ssh and use that. C) Probably tsocks doesn't behave
well for behemoths like Mozilla.
Part three: applications which support tor correctly
http: Mozilla: set your socks4 proxy to be the onion proxy
http: Mozilla: set your socks4 proxy to be the onion proxy (but see above)
privoxy: set your socks4a proxy to be the onion proxy
ssh: tsocks ssh arma@18.244.0.188
ftp: tsocks wget ftp://18.244.0.188/quux.tar --passive
......
......@@ -197,7 +197,7 @@ int getconfig(int argc, char **argv, or_options_t *options) {
/* give reasonable values for each option. Defaults to zero. */
memset(options,0,sizeof(or_options_t));
options->LogLevel = "debug";
options->LogLevel = "info";
options->loglevel = LOG_DEBUG;
options->DataDirectory = NULL;
options->CoinWeight = 0.1;
......@@ -243,7 +243,7 @@ int getconfig(int argc, char **argv, or_options_t *options) {
if(options->LogLevel) {
if(!strcmp(options->LogLevel,"err"))
options->loglevel = LOG_ERR;
else if(!strcmp(options->LogLevel,"warning"))
else if(!strncmp(options->LogLevel,"warn",4))
options->loglevel = LOG_WARNING;
else if(!strcmp(options->LogLevel,"info"))
options->loglevel = LOG_INFO;
......
......@@ -220,7 +220,7 @@ static unsigned int *new_route(double cw, routerinfo_t **rarray, int rarray_len,
oldchoice = rarray_len;
for(i=0;i<*routelen;i++) {
log_fn(LOG_DEBUG,"Choosing hop %u.",i);
// log_fn(LOG_DEBUG,"Choosing hop %u.",i);
if (CRYPTO_PSEUDO_RAND_INT(choice)) {
free((void *)route);
return NULL;
......
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