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Re: [tor-talk] BeagleBone Relay on OpenBSD -current

On Mon, 03 Apr 2017 19:26:00 +0000, George <george@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Greetings.
> The Tor BSD Diversity Project continues its low-intensity war to
> inject more *BSD into the Tor ecosystem.


> Our TB for OpenBSD hit the -current ports in November, and 6.5 should
> in the -stable ports and packages with the release of 6.1 in the next
> month or so. The ports tree closed for 6.1 just after we submitted
> 6.5.1, but it looks like it won't make it in unfortunately.

I hope 6.5.1 will make it to -stable. Hopefully next updates will be
backported as well. 

> A notable recent happening is getting a -current BeagleBone Black Tor
> relay up and running.
> https://atlas.torproject.org/#details/577B81CD1FCE5B3E7C1BD286774758608E50AEEB
> It's managed to quickly hit 1.39MB/s traffic at the most recent check.
> We have some recent blog post about it which addresses a number of
> questions including running OpenBSD -current versus -stable for
> relays, basic OpenBSD tweaking for a relay, etc.
> https://torbsd.github.io/blog.html

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