Trying to insert a local png image into the html like this: s/<body onload="bodyOnLoad\(\)" class="off-canvas hide-extras">/<body onload="bodyOnLoad\(\)" class="off-canvas hide-extras"><a href=""><img alt="WinterStartMap" src="file:\/\/\/C:\\WinterStartMap\.png" height="280"...
2013-12-07 10:04:23 PST by wjlanders
Hmmm, okay, that's disappointing. It suggests that Mavericks places different restrictions on user accounts during startup than it does during normal operation, since the commands you're using to start it manually reference the exact same configuration used during boot. Unless or until I can solve this problem the only reliable workaround is to fall back to using the old-style StartupItem...
2013-12-04 06:35:44 PST by diem
I have previously done the uninstall/reinstall you describe.
2013-12-02 10:14:32 PST by cjpragman
Hi again cjpragman, So did you yet completely uninstall (using the provided uninstall.command) and then reinstall from scratch? The current belief on this issue is that the upgrade to 10.9 in some way breaks (or completely removes) the _privoxy user account upon which Privoxy depends for running securely (i.e. Not as root). Cheers, Ian.
2013-12-01 04:25:16 PST by diem
Privoxy v 3.0.21 on Mac 10.9 (13A603). I don't reboot often. I shut my mac down for the Thanksgiving holiday, and upon restart when returning home, noticed that no web pages were loading. I had rebooted various times a few weeks ago (same version of privoxy and same OS version), without experiencing any problems. This time though, privoxy failed to load upon booting. Launchd messages from...
2013-11-30 21:07:06 PST by cjpragman
Negative tag patterns are available in CVS now.
2013-11-24 07:08:18 PST by fabiankeil
Hi matrixfox, I suspect that the uninstall.command script was ineffective because it needs Administrator rights to operate correctly. Ensure you are logged in as an account that has the 'Allow user to administer this computer' box ticked in System Preferences->Accounts, then run the script by opening Terminal, changing directory to the Privoxy folder as follows: cd /Applications/Privoxy.
2013-11-22 09:44:43 PST by diem
Okay, I need help! I tried to run the uninstaller.command, didn't run. I tried reinstalling privoxy, made a bunch of .old files. How can I manually remove this, or make it work on the new Mac OSX Mavericks?.
2013-11-22 08:44:11 PST by matrixfox
According to the logfile, the following request is crunched...
2013-11-19 08:22:40 PST by u302320
2013-11-18 11:33:49 PST by airdamien