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Re: [tor-talk] development interests
Eugen, thanks for the info.
Upgrading to Leopard (10.5) has always been an option for myself, but I
invariably find, with minor work, upgrading is never required -- and yes,
IMHO, I have never been insecure or threatened in any IT way.
I remember as a programmer that using the latest OS or s/w was always
easier, and, thus, it is easy to indirectly support the consumerist-IT
mentality of upgrade, newer is better, more righteous, etc.
I imagine, like "homebrew" (mainly for PPC), I would like to eventually
set-up a web-site, or sourceforge presence, for *Luddite* like myself ;)
On 26 September 2013 08:55, Eugen Leitl <eugen@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 26, 2013 at 08:32:39AM -0400, David Green wrote:
> > Red Hat or Centos and or Debian; yes they do and have appealed, alas I
> > a perfectly good and secure OS X Tiger -- which I have no reason to
> > upgrade... <SCREECH> Oops, I have wasted time defending myself before,
> so I
> > will not.
> Hey, I have an idling G4 with 10.5 on it as well which I used to
> run standalone Tor on. Need to figure out whether the source
> still builds.
> You might find this link useful if you want to start Tor on boot
> > No, I wish to do this predominately myself (with some pointers and
> > I am not looking to stop others climate modelling or genetic interference
> > stuff.
> > Thanks again for the advice, scarp.
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