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fix grammar in faq entry

Roger Dingledine authored on 05/12/2011 01:59:37
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 <h3><a class="anchor" href="#DoesntWork">I installed Tor but it's not working.</a></h3>
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 <p>
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-Once you've got the Tor bundle up and running, the first questions to ask is if 
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-your Tor is able to establish a circuit? 
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+Once you've got the Tor bundle up and running, the first question to
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+ask is whether your Tor client is able to establish a circuit.
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 </p>
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 <p>If Tor can establish a circuit, the onion icon in
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-Vidalia will turn green. You can also check in the Vidalia
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+Vidalia will turn green (and if you're running Tor Browser Bundle, it will
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+automatically launch a browser for you). You can also check in the Vidalia
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 Control Panel to make sure it says "Connected to the Tor
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 network!" under Status. For those not using Vidalia, check your <a
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 href="#Logs">Tor logs</a> for
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 <li>Check your system clock. If it's more than a few hours off, Tor will
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 refuse to build circuits. For Microsoft Windows users, synchronize your
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 clock under the clock -&gt; Internet time tab. In addition, correct the
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-day and date under the 'Date &amp; Time' Tab.</li>
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+day and date under the 'Date &amp; Time' Tab. Also make sure your time
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+zone is correct.</li>
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 <li>Is your Internet connection <a href="#FirewallPorts">firewalled
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 by port</a>, or do you normally need to use a <a
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 href="<wikifaq>#MyInternetconnectionrequiresanHTTPorSOCKSproxy.">proxy</a>?