[tor-relays] What is the different between Tor browser and Tor source code
daved7082 at gmail.com
Sun Jun 10 11:53:29 UTC 2018
First thing First- I'm running Tor-Nodes-Bridge,Guard and Exit. my rate
here http://torstatus.blutmagie.de/ are super high- in the first 10.
guess what- i'm even running my own private tor network with shadow.
but i never used source-code and i don't know how it works- not tors source
code and not any other source code.
there is no stupid question there is someone who think his better then
other people because he knows this subject better.
and ill ask again and again- its like this platform that you can learn and
people *should *answer and not thing they are the best!
as you said:" You may disagree with my " 100% im not agree with you.
On Sun, Jun 10, 2018 at 1:57 PM, Ralph Seichter <m16+tor at monksofcool.net>
> On 10.06.18 10:22, dave` dave wrote:
> > i have to change it because there is no other way to make it work the
> > way i want if i won't change the source code.
> Tor is a shared medium, and as such it is not about what you want. For
> weeks you have asked weird questions that convinced me, personally, that
> you don't understand fully how Tor works, that you apparently don't have
> the necessary skillset to make useful changes, and that you should
> therefore not be supported in connecting whatever it is you clobbered
> together to other Tor nodes.
> You may disagree with my assessment, but that's my personal take on this
> situation. Leaving Tor alone, to work as it is intended to work given
> its design, would be the best option as far as I am concerned.
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