Re: [tor-talk] obfs4proxy and ports < 1024

2018-03-11 Thread flipchan
Forward with socat On March 11, 2018 8:49:26 AM UTC, Udo van den Heuvel wrote: >Hello, > >On a new x86_64 firewall I notice that a freshly built obfs4proxy does >not want to bind to a port below 1024 and becomes defunct. >A port > 1024 works OK. >How do I make things work for

Re: [tor-talk] obfs4proxy and ports < 1024

2018-03-11 Thread Udo van den Heuvel
On 11-03-18 14:16, kact...@gnu.org wrote: > > [2018-03-11 09:49] Udo van den Heuvel >> On a new x86_64 firewall I notice that a freshly built obfs4proxy does >> not want to bind to a port below 1024 and becomes defunct. >> A port > 1024 works OK. >> How do I make things work

Re: [tor-talk] obfs4proxy and ports < 1024

2018-03-11 Thread KAction
[2018-03-11 09:49] Udo van den Heuvel > Hello, > > On a new x86_64 firewall I notice that a freshly built obfs4proxy does > not want to bind to a port below 1024 and becomes defunct. > A port > 1024 works OK. > How do I make things work for ports below 1024? Wild guess. You

[tor-talk] obfs4proxy and ports < 1024

2018-03-11 Thread Udo van den Heuvel
Hello, On a new x86_64 firewall I notice that a freshly built obfs4proxy does not want to bind to a port below 1024 and becomes defunct. A port > 1024 works OK. How do I make things work for ports below 1024? (this works OK on the 32-bit old firewall) Kind regards, Udo -- tor-talk mailing list

[tor-talk] starting tor with the default service file...

2018-03-11 Thread Udo van den Heuvel
Hello, When trying to start tor using the default service file contrib/dist/tor.service on a Fedora 26 system with kernel.org kernel we see a failure to start: Mar 11 10:40:16.297 [warn] You appear to lack permissions to change memory limits. Are you root? Mar 11 10:40:16.297 [warn] Unable to

Re: [tor-talk] starting tor with the default service file...

2018-03-11 Thread nusenu
Udo van den Heuvel: > Hello, > > When trying to start tor using the default service file > contrib/dist/tor.service on a Fedora 26 system with kernel.org kernel we > see a failure to start: I recommend you use the service file shipped by fedora's tor package. --

Re: [tor-talk] starting tor with the default service file...

2018-03-11 Thread Udo van den Heuvel
On 11-03-18 10:54, nusenu wrote: >> When trying to start tor using the default service file >> contrib/dist/tor.service on a Fedora 26 system with kernel.org kernel we >> see a failure to start: > > I recommend you use the service file shipped by fedora's tor package. Thanks... I found out that