Tor was already enabled without bridges (by whonix-setup-wizard).
sudo apt-get install anon-connection-wizard
Next, next, next. Ended up with an empty page after the summary page.
Job for firstname.lastname@example.org failed because the control process exited with error code.
See "systemctl status email@example.com" and "journalctl -xe" for details.
Unexpected tor_status: cannot_connect
Could you please handle the error(s) better? On
Unexpected tor_status: cannot_connect there should not be an empty page.
# This file is generated by and should ONLY be used by anon-connection-wizard.
# User's manual configuration should go to /etc/torrc.d/50_user.torrc, not here. Because:
# 1. This file can be easily overwritten by anon-connection-wizard.
# 2. Even a single character change in this file may cause error.
# However, deleting this file will be fine since a new plain file will be generated the next time you run anon-connection-wizard.
And Tor fails to start since config has only comments.
Dec 23 14:18:19 host tor: Dec 23 14:18:19.141 [warn] Error reading included configuration file or directory: "/etc/torrc.d".
Dec 23 14:18:19 host tor: Dec 23 14:18:19.141 [err] Reading config failed--see warnings above.
Dec 23 14:18:19 host systemd: firstname.lastname@example.org: Main process exited, code=exited, status=1/FAILURE
Dec 23 14:18:19 host systemd: Failed to start Anonymizing overlay network for TCP.
Empty /etc/torrc.d/40_anon_connection_wizard.torrc is a anon-connection-wizard bug? But Tor refusing to start due to a config file with comments only is a Tor bug? Could you report that one please?
After deleting /etc/tor/torrc and /etc/torrc.d/40_anon_connection_wizard.torrc it did not work for me either. Same error.
DisableNetwork 0 should always be inside /etc/torrc.d/40_anon_connection_wizard.torrc rather than /etc/tor/torrc?