[tor-relays] First (positive) experiences with a Tor Relay on Raspberry Pi3

Odd Sec oddsecdotnet at gmail.com
Mon Apr 11 14:00:48 UTC 2016

I have also had heat issues with raspb. Solution in my setup was a small
dollar store fan for air movement. My plan today is to put up another relay
on another pi.

ps. I must say that the tor community is one of the most helpful and
supportive groups ive come across. Not because of our core purpose. It is
because we already are in a position to help the world and we top that with
a email list that is always full of people willing to help their fellow
man/woman help the world more efficiently. These selfless acts do not go
unnoticed. Id sit in a relay center helping you all back 9-5 if time allowed

Together we are awesome. Thats my speech for the year.

Thank you all!
On Apr 10, 2016 6:30 PM, "Yawning Angel" <yawning at schwanenlied.me> wrote:

> On Sun, 10 Apr 2016 21:48:06 +0000
> fr33d0m4all <fr33d0m4all at riseup.net> wrote:
> [snip]
> > Thank you very much Yawning for the news, I didn't know about that!
> > I'm running stable from the Jessie repo, I hope the new
> > ARMv8-AES-enabled version will be out "soon" in the repo (but I don't
> > think it will happen soon, at least for the stable branch, right?)
> 0.2.8.x will be in a stable repo shortly.  However as far as I know, we
> do not separately build OpenSSL packages (and the 1.1.0 series is still
> in pre-release state), so you will either need to be patient, or wait
> the 15 years it takes for Debian to update anything[0].
> > BTW, I can't offer more than 14 Mbps, which are about 75% of my upload
> > BW, so I can live for a while without AES acceleration :)
> Well, crypto being more efficient would reduce load on the box and
> lessen the likelyhood of it catching fire. :P
> Realistically I'd wait till there at least is a formal OpenSSL 1.1.0
> release before using it for more than testing.  But I figured it would
> be good to note that the RasPi3 will benefit.
> Regards,
> --
> Yawning Angel
> [0]: Obvious hyperbole is obvious.
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