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Re: Anyone running Tor on routing/switching hardware ?

Eugen Leitl wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 30, 2009 at 03:22:55AM -0400, grarpamp wrote:
>> Best market for such porting efforts might be the millions
>> of home linksys gateway type thingies out there that run
>> some sort of linux under the hood.
> IIRC SheevaPlug dev kit comes with Ubuntu 9.04 preinstalled,
> arguably you can pull in an entire developer environment on
> a large enough flash filesystem, and roll your .deb packages.
> Perhaps somebody should sent a SheevaPlug with a large flash
> card to Tor developers. Of course supporting a yet another
> architecture is a PITA, but on the other hand we would know
> the packages come from a trusted source.

I'm certainly interested in a SheevaPlug and if there was an interest,
I'd build packages for it. I'd have to get one first but I'm not sure if
it's being used by anyone?


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