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Re: [tor-talk] development interests
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> Hello, I am an Ex 'low-level' programmer (assembler, C and C++) of
> many years back -- well, nothing amazing -- officially some ~13
> years ago, due to a head injury.
Then you should be able to figure it out yourself. You probably won't
get much help here as MacOSX Tiger users represent such a small market
Given that Apple don't spend any time on it the tools used to build
Tor probably won't either. It might work in theory, but don't expect
support. That is why it is called an "unsupported" operating system.
I'd rather not see the Tor Project or anyone else waste time with
unsupported operating systems. There are better things you could be
doing with your time.
If you need anonymity then you also need security. Using a system that
has outstanding/unknown unresolved CVEs doesn't sound like a good idea
if you want to keep your anonymity.
If you want to be particularly conservative about updates your best
bet is to use something like RHEL/Centos or Debian. Those usually have
a life cycle of around 10 years.
At the end of this year or so RHEL/Centos 7 will be out and that will
be probably supported until 2030 or thereabouts.
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