Hi gio-sky and to BC and to the Linux & Unix Section. We hope you enjoy your time with us.
There is a short article here, which relevantly states in part:
NOTE: If you’re running the bundle as root, it will run into problems ( Most probably, it won’t simply open ). In that case, I’d suggest you to create a new normal user and run the bundle as that user, which should make the tor browser bundle to open up without any issue. If you need help in creating a normal user with sudo privileges, please read THIS article. If you need any help with this, leave a comment and I’ll help you with the best of my knowledge
I note that your original attempts were as root, you might try to do it simply as regular user, and preface apt-get &c commands with "sudo".
Also, if you wish to try another pen(etration) testing option or two, then read my post here, about Fedora Security Suite.
i couldn't upload pic. so i copy it.
... will not work in this Section. Read my template for newcomers, following, about image posting:
Newbies on screenshots -
If you need to know how to post a screenshot in the Linux Section, you can read, at Linux How-To and Tutorial Section, NickAu's Topic “How to post a screenshot Linux style”. Or click
or for more choices in Image Hosting sites, see Moderator Stolen's Post here:
… #2 refers.
More recently, in helping another Member, they used http://postimage.org (formerly postimg.org), I joined it, and they are also BC friendly
Hope this is of some assistance
Edited by wizardfromoz, 26 March 2016 - 07:12 PM.