Another Mac OS X package

Thomas Hardly hardmac at
Thu Dec 23 03:19:11 UTC 2004

Been testing out the bundle.dmg on some clean systems and all works
well so far. Even the auto-start up, _very_ cool. what did you do to

I will test it wout some more and the other package. Arma suggested a
possible separate tor-doc-osx.html, what do you think? Other than
installing the complete package and changing your proxy settings for
your system or web browser, its pretty simple to use for browsing.


On Wed, 22 Dec 2004 18:46:04 -0500, Nick Mathewson <nickm at> wrote:
> I fixed some more warts in the installer.  If you've been tracking
> them, this one may work better for you.  It should handle ownership
> and permissions better, and the startup script should be smart enough
> to actually work, and not run Tor as root.  Please try it out and let
> me know how to fix it.
> On Sat, Dec 18, 2004 at 11:41:17PM -0500, Nick Mathewson wrote:
> > The DMG is at:
> > Bundle.dmg
> >
> > The modified codebase is at:
> >
> >
> > (Right now, it's only in the maintenance CVS branch; I'll forward-port
> > it to the development branch once it's more solid.)
> >
> > To generate a bundle, type "make dist-osx".  All of the files that
> > generate the bundle are in contrib/osx/ .  The hard work is done by
> > the script contrib/osx/ .  You may need ps2pdf to convert
> > the man pages to pdf format.
> --
> Nick Mathewson

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