[tor-relays] Raspberry Pi binary .debs - 0.2.4.21
csw34 at cam.ac.uk
Sat Mar 22 22:45:17 UTC 2014
Thanks for this Gordon M - just thought I'd add that if it's useful for
anyone, I threw a Pi Tor (middle) relay setup guide together a while ago -
you can see it here:
If I've omitted anything important - please let me know. I know it's long
(and goes through some pretty simple stuff), but the idea was to make it
accessible to people who weren't otherwise likely to give setting up a
relay a try.
On 22 March 2014 22:33, Gordon Morehouse <gordon at morehouse.me> wrote:
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> Hello all,
> I've finally released signed binary .debs for Tor 0.2.4.21 for
> Raspberry Pi. All the usual "random dude's binaries" apply, but at
> least these are signed with my PGP key and distributed with hashes.
> They're really for temporary Pi testing or convenience, be paranoid
> and build from source following the procedure alluded to in the
> project README.
> Check the Cipollini Project README for more information about the
> (very nascent) project.
> - -Gordon M.
> 2. https://github.com/gordon-morehouse/cipollini
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