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by epsilon » Sat Aug 04, 2012 2:03 pm
Hello everybody,
after monthes of waiting I finally got my rPi delivered. It's been my plan for years to run a TOR relay node and donate some of my bandwidth at home to the TOR network. However, I did not want to run this software on any of my productive systems.

So, the rPi is the perfect platform for this. If anybody is interested in how to set up a TOR node on a rPi, just have a look at the descriptions under http://blog.epsilontik.de/?page_id=5. Any comments are highly appreciated.

The TOR network relies on many people donating bandwidth. So, reproduction of this work is more than welcome.

Rgds
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by Thijxx » Mon Oct 29, 2012 6:46 pm
Great tutorial, used it and got the whole relay working within the hour.

To all: make sure to doublecheck the bandwith settings.
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by cave » Mon Nov 05, 2012 11:22 pm
Hi, i have read your blogpost about the Middle relay and wrote my own post.

http://cavebeat.blogspot.com/2012/11/ra ... relay.html

includes basic explanations, difference between middle-exit-bridge relays and the ARM Monitoring tool.

And i am now running my own TOR Middle Relay.
http://cavebeat.blogspot.co.at
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