[tor-relays] Relay down, "rejected", help
kbesig at socal.rr.com
Wed Apr 30 21:06:28 UTC 2014
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On 4/30/2014 11:38 AM, Delton Barnes wrote:
> Roger Dingledine:
>> You're using arm dangerously. See item #14 on
>> https://www.torproject.org/docs/tor-relay-debian for the safer
>> way to run arm with your Debian / Ubuntu relay.
> Followed item #14, but after logging out/in I get:
> $ arm Connection refused. Is the ControlPort enabled?
> 'groups' shows the 'debian-tor' group. 'sudo -u debian-tor arm'
> still works. Anyone have an idea what I've missed?
> Thanks, Delton _______________________________________________
> tor-relays mailing list tor-relays at lists.torproject.org
"14. You might like to use the arm relay monitor to watch your relay's
activities from the command line. First, "sudo apt-get install
tor-arm". Second, as the user that will be running arm, run "sudo
adduser $USER debian-tor" to add your user to the debian-tor group so
it can reach Tor's controlsocket. Then log out and log back in (so
your user is actually in the group), and run "arm"."
This worked for me, just remember to logout/in and restart tor and arm.
Also be sure to un-comment the ControlPort and assign an ip to it if
different that default in your /etc/torrc.
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