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-====== Tor Install ​======+====== ​The Tor Installation Guide ====== 
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 +This guide allows you to use the anonymous TOR network with most web browsers and command line tools such as wget. Begin by installing TOR:
  
-===== Installation ===== 
 <​code>​ <​code>​
 # tazpkg get-install tor # tazpkg get-install tor
 # tazpkg get-install privoxy # tazpkg get-install privoxy
-# echo '​forward-socks4a ​/        127.0.0.1:​9050 ​  ​.'​ >> /​etc/​privoxy/​config+# echo '​forward-socks5t ​/        127.0.0.1:​9050 ​  ​.'​ >> /​etc/​privoxy/​config
 # sed -r '/​RUN_DAEMONS/​s/​("​ *)$/ privoxy\1/'​ -i /​etc/​rcS.conf ​ # sed -r '/​RUN_DAEMONS/​s/​("​ *)$/ privoxy\1/'​ -i /​etc/​rcS.conf ​
-echo 'tor > /dev/tty2 & ' >> ​/​etc/​init.d/​local.sh+# /​etc/​init.d/​privoxy start
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
-Use Bridges to get tor working if the options ​above are not working.+You can use Vidalia to start and configure tor, the proxy server is launched automatically when the SliTaz system boots. Once installed, you will find Vidalia in the Menu -> Internet. To configure preferences via the proxy server with the following values: Proxy address: **127.0.0.1** Port: **8118** and the path to the configuration file: **/​home/​USER/​.config/​torrc** (changing USER by User name). 
 + 
 +<​code>​ 
 +# tazpkg get-install vidalia 
 +# exit 
 +$ cp /​etc/​tor/​torrc ~/.config 
 +</​code>​ 
 + 
 +Use Bridges to get tor working if the above options ​are not working.
  
 <​code>​ <​code>​
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 UseBridges 1 UseBridges 1
 UpdateBridgesFromAuthority 1 UpdateBridgesFromAuthority 1
-bridge 66.160.141.98:​6085 ' >> /etc/tor/torrc+bridge 66.160.141.98:​6085 ' >> ​~/.config/torrc
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
-===== Reboot system and relogin. ===== 
- 
-Login to tty2 (Ctrl+Alt+F2 gets you into tty2; Alt+F7 back to the Desktop) to check if it works or not. 
-If it shows Success... then this means it works. 
  
-Then install the "tor button"​ plugin for Firefox.+===== Verification and Advice =====
  
-Over the Wallyou can touch everywhere in the world.+For more added security; do not launch TOR via the '​root'​ userVidalia is perfect for this (or the command line)To check your current browser with TOR: https://​check.torproject.org/​
  
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