Udo van den Heuvel: > On 12-03-18 09:34, nusenu wrote: >>>> I recommend you use the service file shipped by fedora's tor package. >>> >>> That service file needs the same capabilities addition... >> >> If you want, I can look into this but I will need some more information: >> * how do you install tor from what source (dnf install tor?) > > I used the tor-0.3.2.10 source from the torproject site. > I sued the spec and assorted source files from the src.rpm. > I changed the user/group to _tor and built the rpm, then installed. > >> * what version do you use > > See above. > >> * your torrc configuration file > > Basic non-exit config, not even a hidden service.
Hello Udo, your logs hint towards non-"basic" configuration items (i.e. extended OR). Maybe it is best to ask what you are trying to achieve. If you want to setup a simple non-exit tor relay on Fedora, the easiest way to achieve that would be to follow these steps: https://torproject.org/relay-guide#Fedora This will not give you tor 0.3.2.10, but 0.3.1.10 will land soon: https://bodhi.fedoraproject.org/updates/FEDORA-2018-18a0cf206b -- https://mastodon.social/@nusenu twitter: @nusenu_
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