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10.6: Run Privoxy 3.0.16 on Snow Leopard
Authored by: jimsander on Jul 22, '11 08:14:26PM

Any chance for some quick troubleshooting help on this?

Had everything installed and working under Snow Leopard. Upgraded to Lion and it all went away. Re-installed and everything works except the launchd control... but I can start manually via "/usr/local/sbin/privoxy /usr/local/etc/privoxy/config"

Before I start manually (and after actually) 'launchctl list' shows this...
"- 1 org.privoxy.launchd.privoxy"
No PID, so (surprise) it's not actually running.

Checked the console messages and not seeing anything.

Where should I look next?

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10.6: Run Privoxy 3.0.16 on Snow Leopard
Authored by: kankei71 on Sep 02, '11 11:55:16PM

I have a similar problem with the launchctl command

I followed the instructions here to install Privoxy 3.0.17 on a macbookpro one year ago and all went fine. I am now trying to do exactly the same to install 3.0.17 on a new iMac. When trying to run the launchctl command, it doesn't work.

The last step of the hint doesn't work, Privoxy will not load. When entering "sudo launchctl load /Library/LaunchDaemons/org.privoxy.plist"

I got the following message:

launchctl: Dubious permissions on file (skipping): /Library/LaunchDaemons/org.privoxy.plist
nothing found to load

I still can start Privoxy manually using "/usr/local/sbin/privoxy /usr/local/etc/privoxy/config"

Is there a permission problem ?
Can anyone help ?

Thank you

(Running Mac os x 10.6.8)

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10.6: Run Privoxy 3.0.16 on Snow Leopard
Authored by: Zeitkind on Dec 23, '11 10:20:39AM

Quite sure, check the permissions and make them the same as the other plists. If you simply copy the plists as a user, it will be owned by you and not by root etc.

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