[tor-relays] Raspberry Pi binary .debs - 0.2.4.21
gordon at morehouse.me
Mon Mar 24 23:21:34 UTC 2014
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> Glad you think it might be useful - I don't know why I didn't post
> it here when I first wrote it back in January.
It'll see the light of day now for sure!
> I'm happy to release it under the CC-BY-SA license for anyone to
> use and have modified the document accordingly. I agree that it
> would be fantastic to make setting up a middle relay something
> anyone could do without much technical knowledge. Have you
> considered a customised build of Raspian or something similar with
> Tor already included, and some sort of simple setup script?
That's pretty much the idea - eventually we'd like a user to be able
to write their SD card, stick it in the Pi, and use a web app to set
up and (if desired) to monitor the relay.
The project tracker is visible at:
If you click the 'Icebox' button you'll see some long-range plans.
It's slow going but there are tons of really useful tools that'll make
this a lot easier than it would've been even a couple years ago.
> Let me know where you end up putting the documentation, I'd be
> curious to see what else you are working on :)
Will do! This (which is pretty much R&D stage until I write design
docs) is what we're focusing on first for Cipollini - it's a daemon
that figures out available bandwidth and attempts to intuit and avoid
congestion - thus, though it has wider potential use, it'll meet one
of the biggest goals of Cipollini - the boxes will never mess with
people's Netflix, and thus they'll leave them plugged in.
- -Gordon M.
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