Lemmy on Tor
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Has anyone tried running Lemmy as an onion service? Is there any technical reason not to do so?

@DrivingForce
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I have had issues logging into Lemmy through Tor. Not sure why.

More Tor support would be amazing imo.

@bluerabbit
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Maybe related: after I log in (in Tor Browser) the UI still shows the login button in the top right. When I refresh the page it comes right.

@gorugorugo
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Also noticing that. I also noticed that I would logout, refresh, and still be logged in to my account. Using Tor Browser 10.0.6 JS enabled

@ufrafecy
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@gorugorugo
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Not seeing that or any websocket errors. Looks like it’s been resolved though, maybe it was the exit node or hops overall last night being bad.

@ufrafecy
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@gorugorugo
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Only problem I’ve seen now is if you logout of one account, and login to another account in the same tab and session, without refreshing, you will still see the previous account name in the top right unless you refresh.

@gorugorugo
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Not sure anyone answered it. I don’t run a Tor Lemmy instance but I don’t see any reason not to. Only hiccup might be other instances blocking your node, or being unable to reach it, since they wouldn’t be running Tor on their hosts to connect.

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