How can I stop Tor ?
I wanted to use Tor for every internet use in ubuntu but a command on internet makes this problem.
on start terminal I see this message :
Command '.torsocks' not found, did you mean: command 'torsocks' from deb torsocks (2.3.0-2) Try: sudo apt install <deb name> Tor mode activated. Every command will be torified for this shell. Torsocks MUST be sourced for this command to work
$ . torsocks on Torsocks MUST be sourced for this command to work
$ . torsocks on Tor mode activated. Every command will be torified for this shell.
I think this command makes this problem :
$ echo ". torsocks on" >> ~/.bashrc
OS : Ubuntu 20.04 LTS
In order to torify a program you have to do either:
$ torsocks command
$ torify command
(the first one is preferred and the second one is kept for backward-compatibility).
But note that it's impossible to torify some programs like Firefox that way.For such programs you have to specify the proxy settings in the application itself.Or for Chromium you have to set the proxy system-wide via something like Gnome Network
By default you can use TOR only as a SOCKS proxy.In order to use it as an HTTP(S) proxy you can use for example Polipo.
I use them regularly and there's no problem with torification.