Tor Error: couldn't read ~cached-descriptors / no current certificate

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  1. jakdominance macrumors member

    jakdominance

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    #1
    I just got an updated version of Tor (see below for specs), but it always stops partway into connecting. Here's the message log. What's wrong?:apple:

    6 月 23 22:36:09.331 [Notice] Tor v0.2.0.34 (r18423). This is experimental software. Do not rely on it for strong anonymity. (Running on Darwin i386)
    6 月 23 22:36:09.367 [Notice] Initialized libevent version 1.4.9-stable using method kqueue. Good.
    6 月 23 22:36:09.368 [Notice] Opening Socks listener on 127.0.0.1:9050
    6 月 23 22:36:09.368 [Notice] Opening Control listener on 127.0.0.1:9051
    6 月 23 22:37:10.306 [Notice] Couldn't read /Users/Dakota/.tor/cached-descriptors; trying to load routers from old location /Users/Dakota/.tor/cached-routers.
    6 月 23 22:37:10.308 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority moria1; launching request.
    6 月 23 22:37:10.309 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority tor26; launching request.
    6 月 23 22:37:10.309 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority dizum; launching request.
    6 月 23 22:37:10.309 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority ides; launching request.
    6 月 23 22:37:10.309 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority gabelmoo; launching request.
    6 月 23 22:37:10.310 [Notice] No current certificate known for authority dannenberg; launching request.
    6 月 23 22:37:10.310 [Notice] Couldn't read /Users/Dakota/.tor/cached-descriptors; trying to load routers from old location /Users/Dakota/.tor/cached-routers.

    EDIT: Computer Specs:
    Macbook using Mac OS X 10.5.7
    Airport Extreme
     

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  2. jakdominance thread starter macrumors member

    jakdominance

    Joined:
    Nov 18, 2008
    #2
    So i turned everything off, reinstalled it and it worked fine.

    however, i get this now.

    i've seen the same thing a few times on the internet but no answers, it seems. anybody know? should I submit a bug?
     

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