Bash script for tor server configuration
phil_cattani at linuxmail.org
Tue May 30 09:55:01 UTC 2006
Ok, here is the code.
Persistent for one month.
Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. If anyone else would like
to help out with coding, that would also be great.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: alex <alex-tor at ssji.net>
> To: or-talk at freehaven.net
> Subject: Re: Bash script for tor server configuration
> Date: Tue, 30 May 2006 01:10:03 +0200
> Hi !
> I think ou should better put the script somewhere on internet and just
> give us the link. But I don't think there will be problem if you
> copy/paste the content too.
> On Tue, 2006-05-30 at 01:30 +0800, Phil Cattani wrote:
> > Hi there. I'm new to this group. I have a written a Bash script
> > which prompts the user through a series of questions and outputs
> > the appropriate tor server configuration (torrc) file - actually,
> > only the second half (server half) of the file.
> > So far there is no data input validation, and only the basic settings,
> > plus two options have been implemented.
> > This is the first draft. Subsequent versions may have more features,
> > data input validations, and possibly configure tor itself using the
> > tor configuration interface.
> > Would it be alright if I copied and pasted the script into this group
> > so people could have a look and make any suggestions?
> > regards,
> > - Phil
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