Privoxy Problem Under Karmic
> Under previous editions of Ubuntu (as far as I can remember!) once
> privoxy was installed, settings were kept and on reboot the settings
> were active, and privoxy burst into life.
> However, privoxy doesn't do this under Karmic and I have to enter:
> sudo /usr/sbin/privoxy
Not a good idea. This way you start privoxy needlessly as root.
You didn't change the port privoxy listens on to something lower than
1024, did you?
sudo invoke-rc.d privoxy start
sudo /etc/init.d/privoxy start
> at the start of each session after reboot, or I will not be able to
> connect. Has there been a change in Karmic to warrant a bug
Privoxy starts automatically for me.
ls -l /etc/rc2.d/*privoxy*
ls -l /etc/init.d/*privoxy*
Is /var/log/privoxy owned by the user "privoxy"?
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