[tor-dev] The Torouter project - where are we now?

Rob van der Hoeven robvanderhoeven at ziggo.nl
Sat Sep 24 08:20:07 UTC 2011

On Sun, 2011-04-24 at 19:36 -0400, andrew at torproject.org wrote:

> Torouter based on openwrt is an experiment.  It seems it's going to
> us more time, effort, and people than we have to spare.  The entire
> torouter, or bridge/relay-by-default in hardware, is an experiment.  
> I'd much rather see a debian-based torouter exist.  We can more easily
> integrate debian packages of the necessary architecture, likely ARM,
> into our build farm than we can an entirely new OS and build
> environment. 

I recently came across:


DebWrt is all about running Debian GNU/Linux on embedded devices, for
example wireless routers. DebWrt connects two very powerful
technologies: Debian and OpenWrt.


Rob van der Hoeven.


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