ytng at it.uts.edu.au
Wed Mar 10 06:56:34 UTC 2004
(i am running a separate Tor network)
now i have setup the server, was trying to run the client so it can talk
to the server, and fetch the directory from there. while i'm running it,
i got this message, it said "please use none". what does it mean?
when i run the client, i actually cat the info from the server
"dirservers" file to the client "dirservers" file. if i empty the
client "dirservers" file, it's read failed too...
1/ where do the client get the "dirservers" file?
2/ does anyone know how to fix the following error?
$./tor -f ../config/torrc -r ../config/dirservers
Mar 10 17:19:11.507 [warn] tor_main(): Tor v0.0.2pre19. This is
experimental software. Do not use it if you need anonymity.
Mar 10 17:19:13.862 [err] You are running Tor version 0.0.2pre19, which
will not work with this network.
Please use none.
Mar 10 17:19:13.864 [err] cpuworker_main(): read type failed. Exiting.
> (Again, I assume you're talking about setting up your own Tor network.)
> On Tue, Feb 24, 2004 at 04:56:16PM +1100, Noelle Ng wrote:
>> Feb 24 16:41:58.697 [warn] directory_initiate_command(): No running
>> dirservers known. Not trying.
>> i guess because the current "dirservers" file is empty. does it make
> You should concatenate the router.desc files for each directory server you
> have configured (just "cat router1.desc router2.desc ... > dirservers").
> Then that file gets shipped to each client, so they know where to start.
>> where do i get the router descriptor file ?
> Inside the DataDirectory is a file called router.desc
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