[tor-dev] Tor Exit Images

Moritz Bartl moritz at torservers.net
Sun Mar 24 22:38:06 UTC 2013

Hi Griffin,

I originally thought it would be nice to go towards this also for
torservers.net, but it turned out that I can quickly set up new exists
in less than 15 minutes by just following the steps I outline at
https://www.torservers.net/wiki/setup/server .

The torrc could be (commented) better, but all in all it does not
require much knowledge. After the setup, all you need to do is run the
'apt-get update && apt-get upgradE' dance once in a while.

Also, they can of course donate to one of the organizations that run
exits and let them take care of it.

On 24.03.2013 21:39, Griffin Boyce wrote:
> Hey all,
>   After talking to Wendy Seltzer, I decided to bring this up on the
> list.  I frequently talk to people who would like to run an exit node,
> but who aren't as good a sysadmin as they'd like to be.  It would be
> great if there were server images that could be fairly easily installed
> and then configured.  All of these people so far have had the means to
> spend $150ish a month on the required hosting, they just felt that
> getting it running was a stumbling block.
>   Thoughts?
> ~Griffin
> -- 
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> and a pink necktie? Not much."
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