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.onion website

by Guest on 2019/03/10 11:07:19 AM    
Hello, thank you for a great piece of software. I am try to make a .onion website using archlinux, tor build work great but after I add this to the torrc config file:
HiddenServiceDir /path/to/torsitedata
HiddenServicePort 80
I get a error how that torrc config file have a error and such case tor cannot run and it failed to start. I also try this in a Tor Browser Bundle and I got same error. Can you make a .onion creation website guide please?
This is the error i got from Tor:
Tor unexpectedly exited. This might be due to a bug in Tor itself, another program on your system, or faulty hardware. Until you restart Tor, the Tor Browser will not able to reach any websites. If the problem persists, please send a copy of your Tor Log to the support team.
Restarting Tor will not close your browser tabs.
Restart Tor Button.
Tor exited during startup. This might due to an error in your torrc file, a bug in Tor or another program on your system, or faulty hardware. Until you fix the underlying problem and restart Tor, Tor Browser will not start.
OK and Restart Tor Buttons. After I delete or comment with ## this two lines in torrc file config Tor work smoth and clean:
HiddenServiceDir /path/to/torsitedata <----(there is your path to the torsitedata folder)
HiddenServicePort 80
What I need to do? How I do it? Can you make a guide how to create .onion websites please? Thank you.
by Guest on 2019/03/14 07:46:05 PM    
what linux version of Super Simple Server are you using? Linux GTK2 or Linux Command-Line Interface?

are you sure the path is correct?

are you sure it is in the correct place in the file and the correct file?
by Guest on 2019/03/17 09:35:21 AM    
Hello, thank you for your response. I use Manjaro Linux x86_64 and I use this:
Linux GTK2
supersimpleserver-1.14-1-linux-gtk-64.tar.gz    11.8 MB    
Compatible with any 64-bit Linux machine that has GTK2 installed.
I did exactly how it say in the support section for .onion website, but tor will crash.
by Guest on 2019/03/18 11:14:06 PM    
what version of manjero? cinnamon? mate?

what version of the tor browser?
by Guest on 2019/03/24 09:48:49 AM    
cinnamon, always latest version.
by BugMagnet on 2019/03/28 01:01:20 PM    
Ok, just to confirm:

are these the actual lines you added?

HiddenServiceDir /path/to/torsitedata
HiddenServicePort 80

???  You posted it 2 times that way.

If so, then it won't work. Been there done that. Reread the support section on creating the location for the tor browser to store the magic key.

"HiddenServiceDir /path/to/torsitedata"  should perhaps have been written differently,
as: HiddenServiceDir </path/to/torsitedata> where /path/to/torsitedata is replaced with the actual path and folder name you decided to use.

You must replace "/path/to/torsitedata" with the actual path that you created.

torsitedata is as explained in the support page, a random name you decide to use when you create the folder. It can be any legal folder name. on windows it might look like this, if "onion" instead of "torsitedata" was the name you created for the folder containing TOR Site Data:

HiddenServiceDir C:\Users\your-user-name\Desktop\My-SSS-Folder\onion
HiddenServicePort 80

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