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Remove nicknames from website doc

Sebastian Hahn authored on05/10/2014 20:13:54
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 href="https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/wiki/ISO_3166-1_alpha-2"
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 >2
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     letter ISO3166 country code</a> in curly braces (for example <tt>{de}</tt>),
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-    or an ip address pattern (for example 255.254.0.0/8), or a node
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-    nickname. Make sure there are no spaces between the commas and the
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+    or an ip address pattern (for example 255.254.0.0/8).
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+    Make sure there are no spaces between the commas and the
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     list items.
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     </p>
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     <p>
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  When upgrading your Tor relay, or running it on a different computer,
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- the important part is to keep the same nickname (defined in your torrc
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- file) and the same identity key (stored in "keys/secret_id_key" in
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- your DataDirectory).
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+ the important part is to keep the same identity key (stored in
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+ "keys/secret_id_key" in your DataDirectory).
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 </p>
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 This means that if you're upgrading your Tor relay and you keep the same
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 where each fingerprint is the 40 character identity fingerprint (without
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-spaces). You can also list them by nickname, but fingerprint is safer.
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-Be
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-sure to prefix the digest strings with a dollar sign ('$') so that the
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-digest is not confused with a nickname in the config file.
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+spaces).
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 </p>
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 <p>