ilteryuksel at gmail.com
Sun Mar 14 15:55:51 UTC 2010
You can enable info and debug logs on Vidalia. When you open"Message Log"
option on Vidalia, click Settings and mark Info and Debug logs. After that
you can see all logs but be careful because when you enable the debug logs,
Vidalia can consume your Cpu highly.
Hope this helps.
On Sun, Mar 14, 2010 at 12:01 PM, <zzzjethro666 at email2me.net> wrote:
> When I click on Vidalia/Tor to connect, I usually watch the message log as
> it does so. In the past, it would go through all the handshakes, etc. lots
> of information and such, etc. but now or maybe just lately, it connects
> rather quickly and the message log only lists this:
> Notice Tor v0.2.1.24 This is experimental software. Do not rely.......
> Notice Initialized libevent version.....
> Notice Opening Socks listener on.......
> Notice Opening Control listener on......
> It doesn't mention handshakes, bootstrapping, the number of circuits
> available, connecting comments or a percentage of what is needed nor the "I
> have enough to build a circuit" and have done so.
> In Message Log, Basic it only says, The Tor Software is running.
> Nothing about "I can now configure apps to surf the internet.
> Is this variation in the Message Log information normal, safe and generally
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