[tor-relays] FreeBSD 11.1 ZFS Tor Image

Conrad Rockenhaus conrad at rockenhaus.com
Mon Feb 26 05:21:00 UTC 2018

On Sunday, February 25, 2018 11:13:12 PM CST grarpamp wrote:
> On Sun, Feb 25, 2018 at 4:05 PM, George <george at queair.net> wrote:
> > However, I'd be wary of an image that I didn't build myself, personally.
> Yes, especially of image without source [script]
> (not to diminish such work).
> FreeBSD is largely reproducible these days,
> OpenBSD maybe not yet (you'd have to test it).
> In general, if anyone wants to offer an image,
> they really should also be posting the latest release
> from the vendor, then a diff script that recreates
> the image, including overlay network bits, etc.
> To the user, it's the same choice as using a prebuilt
> binary, or the sourcecode.
> That routes around any remaining reproducibility
> issues in the base OS.
> FreeBSD and OpenBSD are trivial to install a
> well outfitted box by script. And if you can't
> script it, you're not doing it right, try again.
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I'm more than willing to offer source :D, but I'm just going to make it a 
script only project instead based on what seems to be the consensus opinion. 
I'm just going to clean up some small things now that could be automated that 
I was doing by hand prior to releasing it for review/comments.
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