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Re: [tor-talk] development interests
Cheers, Nathan -- some other attitudes can be somewhat bewildering.
On 26 September 2013 07:58, Nathan Suchy
> Wow are you guys really going to argue over what operating system or
> version the guy uses? He just wants help getting Tor to work on his old
> operating system. Personally I think Tor should work on Windows 95+
> Computers and should be kept light weight as possible... Also sorry to hear
> about your head injury that must be hard to deal with :'(
> Sent from my Android so do not expect a fast, long, or perfect response...
> On Sep 26, 2013 1:22 AM, "scarp" <scarp@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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> > David Green:
> > > 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
> > share.
> > 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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