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    361361'''When i try to access Tor via usb on a windows XP comupter with restricted access(trying to give details...), the text above the loading bar, after saying ''connecting to a relay directory'' the words ''failed (no route to host)'' appear. What does this mean and how can I circumnavigate the error? More info would be that the computer I'm trying to use it on has a mass restriction and firewall on internet service(school type) which blocks specific websites or searches for a particular keyword... Anyways, why??'''
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     363 * When installing Tor on Ubuntu, the appropriate deb repository and signing keys are needed. I am attempting to produce instructions for the process that have very little, to absolutely no, use of the command line. The first issue is actually carrying out due process to verify the authenticity of the package signing key. The full fingerprint is given in the Ubuntu setup instructions, but little emphasis on the importance of checking it. Then, there are three signatures on this package signing key: EB5A896A28988BF5, DE7AAF6E94C09C7F, and 3B9D093F31B0974B. Where can I find these, and their full fingerprints?  And as a related point, would it not be possible to provide the deb repository over https: just for that extra degree of paranoia?
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