Mirroring dir via apache introduces unrecognized x-compress header
Jan 15 16:18:42.480 [warn] parse_http_response(): Unrecognized content encoding: 'x-compress' Jan 15 16:18:42.480 [warn] router_get_hash_impl(): couldn't find "signed-directory" Jan 15 16:18:42.480 [warn] router_parse_routerlist_from_directory(): Unable to compute digest of directory Jan 15 16:18:42.480 [warn] router_load_routerlist_from_directory(): Couldn't parse directory. Jan 15 16:18:42.480 [warn] connection_dir_client_reached_eof(): I failed to parse the directory I fetched from 220.127.116.11:80. Ignoring.
Is this as simple as teaching Tor about x-compress?
Is there a workaround whereby we can get people to rig their apaches to use x-deflate or x-gzip (that is, let the headers through from the proxied connection) despite apache's default?
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