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Re: Precompiled tor binary for openwrt/dd-wrt?
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- From: "Kelly Byrd" <kbyrd-tor@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 29 Oct 2006 13:05:03 -0800 (PST)
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> I don't know why the tor binary crashes on the Linksys router. I
> can't reproduce this bug on my Asus router. I used a current OpenWrt
> WhiteRussian build tree to create the binary packages. So far I never
> had problems to mix packages from the current build tree with packages
> from WhiteRussian RC5, but maybe something has changed recently.
I might have an idea. At least on my WRT54G running OpenWRT RC5, the
system runs out of disk space running tor. I think it's the cached-status