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When you call the script, a new child shell is invoked to run it. Its proxies are set, but the proxy of the parent process (your shell) can't be changed from a child process. Try sourcing the script, i.e. call it like . setproxy 21 Then the script will be interpreted by your current shell.


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Your current /etc/resolv.conf expects a local (stub) resolver, so check that the resolver is actually running: sudo netstat -unlp | grep :53 should report at least one line of the form udp 0 0 127.0.0.1:53 0.0.0.0:* 776/named If not, you may need to restart the bind9 service (sudo service bind9 restart) or to change the ...


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I'm answering my question, thanks to the comments posted... The problem was that I am working behind a proxy, and while I had the http_proxy shell variable set and also had set the proxy in Network->NetworkProxy, apparently apt really wants to be told about this in the /etc/apt/apt.conf file. After adding a line similar to this... Acquire::http::proxy ...


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Premise How to configure Tor and Obfsproxy: - https://www.torproject.org/projects/obfsproxy-debian-instructions According with this bug report: https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/ticket/6996 ... the obfsproxy permission error is triggered by the tor init script ( at least on debian/ubuntu ) because of tor apparmor wrong script ...



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