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Re: [tor-talk] Tor-Retro' for OS/2 Warp 4.52 Latest Release (2001) ?

>> [1] VirtualBox image https://archive.org/details/VMOS2Warp4.52
> http://www-01.ibm.com/software/network/commserver/support/temp/csos6_readme.html
> http://os2news.warpstock.org/OS2Files.html

First, your link has unknown provenance / integrity.
As does this...

OS/2 has code hierarchy from Microsoft.

For which you can just waste fun time porting
to MS-DOS by searching this official hash...

d01aa47a5d85908185f8987e972afc66dc92a735 en_msdos622.exe

Licensing may be an issue for any of the above.

Or port to freedos.org ;)

There's not much point to lack of vulns or not
when any node attacker could just run nodes.

Running BSD based nodes in order to bring
their share up to parity for sake of base diversity,
anyone can run them with opensource license.
And trying to work on some sort of trust mechanism
for nodes.
Are probably a better use of time.
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