check tty1 -tty6: tor work without author

Polytropon freebsd at
Wed Dec 28 18:05:07 UTC 2016

On Wed, 28 Dec 2016 18:31:56 +0100, swjatoslaw gerus wrote:
> check tty1 -tty6  ctrl -alt -f1-6
> from tty1 started  login ,sudo su,,xinit ,unity

You really shouldn't run X as root. It's commonly considered
a no-go, and because you intend to run Tor, I assume you have
security considerations. Running X as root is such a thing
that you shouldn't do.

> without xinit direct  unity not work

You should be able to launch a session with the "startx"
command. What do your ~/.xinitrc and ~/.xsession files contain?
If they don't call Unity, it _of course_ won't work (as the
system might default to something else, depending on the
distribution's preconfiguration).

>  graphics is i tty2 (press ctrl+alt +f2)
> login -tty1
> tty3-6 without login 
>  ctrl -alt -f7 (orm back to graphics) - blocked 

> Can not kill tor ,after kill -9  ,process started with another number

As I said, that might be due to some special "process arrangement"
within Ubuntu. You should address this problem either to a Ubuntu
mailing list or web forum, or directly to the Tor team (in case
it's related to Tor).

>  Zeitgeist in ~ deleted ,but this is present in anothers directories 

As far as I know, it's not possible to run Gnome / Unity without
that "Zeitgeist", so you cannot remove it entirely. But that
might have changed in recent Linux versions that use this
desktop environment.

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