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    11This is a list of questions people wish were answered in the [:../TorFAQ]; please add some more.  Better yet answer one and move it to [:../TorFAQ].  Finally you can vote for a question to be answered by incrementing the number after the question in parens.
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    3 '''Please do not report bugs here; instead, use the [http://bugs.noreply.org/flyspray/index.php?tasks=all&project=4 bug tracker].'''  Soon, we'll designate one of the proposed bug servers as official, and you'll be able to post bugs there too.
     3'''Please do not report bugs here; instead, use the [https://bugs.torproject.org/flyspray/index.php?tasks=all&project=4 bug tracker].'''  Soon, we'll designate one of the proposed bug servers as official, and you'll be able to post bugs there too.
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    55Also, this is '''not the place''' for random ''it doesn't work'' or ''how do I do foo'' questions.  Support questions are really better asked and answered on the
     
    118118ver 1.5 Works fine for me, I use No-Script Plugin to help be even safer. Anyone else have a problem with Firefox. Weither the request follow the same curcuit is out of my realm. My surfing experience is good to just fine. ProBastion
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    120 They will most likely all use the same circuit.  http://wiki.noreply.org/noreply/TheOnionRouter/TorFAQ#ChangePaths
     120They will most likely all use the same circuit.  https://wiki.torproject.org/noreply/TheOnionRouter/TorFAQ#ChangePaths
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    122122'''When using the Tor/Privoxy configuration, is there an easy way to switch Privoxy between using Tor and using the standard connection (to allow for secure browsing, but also allowing a more direct connection when needed to keep large file transfers from bogging down in Tor)?'''
     
    172172'''Can I help? (votes: 2)'''
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    174 http://tor.eff.org/volunteer.html
     174https://www.torproject.org/volunteer.html
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    176176'''I've got a bug, now what? (votes: 2)'''
     
    1801801) Make sure that it is an actual bug with Tor, and not with Privoxy, Vidalia, your OS, etc.
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    182 2) Check to see if it's an unreported bug (at the [http://bugs.noreply.org/flyspray/index.php?tasks=all&project=4 bug tracker]).
     1822) Check to see if it's an unreported bug (at the [https://bugs.torproject.org/flyspray/index.php?tasks=all&project=4 bug tracker]).
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    1841842a) If it's already reported, then see if you can add anymore information (in the comments of that bug) that will help the developers duplicate it and/or track it down. (This step requires you to login to your account at flyspray, or to create a new account.)
     
    201201'''I have legal questions about running Tor. Is there anybody I can contact? ( votes: 1)'''
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    203 Added 2.1.06- The Developers do not provide Legal advice. period! Over at the Tor Legal FAQ there is a written section by EFF lawyers. It aims to give you an overview of some of the legal issues that arise from the Tor project. Read the Disclaimer. The FAQ does provide a dialougue on the legalality & posssible scenarios of operating a Tor Server. They also provide you with contact information to a EFF Lawyer. The Tor FAQ also provides a links to an Abuse FAQ, & Tor Technical FAQ Wiki.  See this address for more information along these lines. http://tor.eff.org/faq.html
     203Added 2.1.06- The Developers do not provide Legal advice. period! Over at the Tor Legal FAQ there is a written section by EFF lawyers. It aims to give you an overview of some of the legal issues that arise from the Tor project. Read the Disclaimer. The FAQ does provide a dialougue on the legalality & posssible scenarios of operating a Tor Server. They also provide you with contact information to a EFF Lawyer. The Tor FAQ also provides a links to an Abuse FAQ, & Tor Technical FAQ Wiki.  See this address for more information along these lines. https://www.torproject.org/documentation#Support
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    328328reject *:66.35.250.15
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    330 Is this the way to do this, and just block Slashdot? Any help would be helpful, I've googled, did the tor.eff site, etc. But I'm not real UNIX centric (though thats changing) so just wanted to run it by some community persons. '''
     330Is this the way to do this, and just block Slashdot? Any help would be helpful, I've googled, did the torproject.org site, etc. But I'm not real UNIX centric (though thats changing) so just wanted to run it by some community persons. '''
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    390390''Allow multiple instances of each BindAddress config option, so you can bind to multiple interfaces if you want.''
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    392 The [http://tor.eff.org/tor-manual.html.en manual] says this about the ''ORListenAddress'' configuration option:
     392The [https://www.torproject.org/tor-manual.html.en manual] says this about the ''ORListenAddress'' configuration option:
    393393''... This directive can be specified multiple times to bind to multiple addresses/ports.''
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