[tor-relays] Relay operators meetup @ Onionspace, Berlin (in solidarity with Torservers)
mirimir at riseup.net
Fri Jul 27 18:45:13 UTC 2018
On 07/27/2018 08:30 AM, Paul wrote:
> I was testing FreeBSD https://download.freebsd.org/ftp/releases/ISO-IMAGES/11.2/FreeBSD-11.2-RELEASE-arm-armv6-RPI2.img.xz a couple of days ago on a Raspberry2.
> It started a few times, but then out of the blue it came up with a freezing problem as described here: https://forums.freebsd.org/threads/freebsd-11-1-on-raspberry-pi-2b-hangs-after-random-unblocking-device.63521/
> I couldn't solve that either an gave up for the time being with FreeBSD on Rasp2, but would give another try if somebody here has a solution.
Maybe try the talk at lists.nycbug.org list?
> Am 26.07.2018 um 10:06 schrieb nusenu:
>> C. L. Martinez:
>>> On Wed, Jul 25, 2018 at 05:37:00PM +0000, nusenu wrote:
>>>>> The person also asked if it's possible to run FreeBSD/OpenBSD in
>>>>> a embedded SoC (like Raspberry, or BeagleBone) - yes! it is
>>>>> possible, and some people do it :)
>>>> OpenBSD is probably not the best choice if you are trying to
>>>> increase bandwidth usage
>>> Sorry nusenu... But why OpenBSD is not the best choice? OpenBSD for
>>> network oriented tasks is one of the best options IMO ... FreeBSD
>>> also, but for firewalls, for example, is superior ...
>> OpenBSD is perfectly fine, just not if you are currently running Linux
>> + FreeBSD boxes and aiming to increase bandwidth usage.
>> OpenBSD is optimized for security - not performance.
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