I asked this on "ask Ubuntu" and had much luck yet, so I thought I might try here as well http://askubuntu.com/questions/409660/dnscrypt-proxy-works-but-with-incorrect-permissions
I have successfully installed and find myself in the middle of configuring dnscrypt-proxy on ubuntu 13.10 x64. However, I am running into some issues with permissions in general.
I have added a user with the following commmand:
sudo adduser --system --quiet --home /run/dnscrypt --shell /bin/false --group --disabled-password --disabled-login dnscrypt
dnscrypt-proxy --daemonize --user=dnscrypt but without success. So i tried just
--daemonize and finally just
dnscrypt-proxy which resulted in a UDP bind permission error. Ran it as root and the error goes away.
dnscrypt-proxy --user=dnscrypt results in the error returning. I'm guessing its failing because of some permission, but don't have a clue where to start or what to change at this point.
also i would like to run this at network startup or after login. which i think i can manage, but if you have a suggestion it would just save me time. I don't understand why I can't run this as
--user=dnscrypt but root works fine. (I mean, I understand why root works ;D)
edit: Just to clarify a little more, I'm actually running elementary OS luna 0.2, which is based on ubuntu 13.10 (I believe)