[Tor-BSD] How to get Vidalia running under FreeBSD 9.1
nonesuch at longcount.org
Tue Apr 9 23:11:34 EDT 2013
Is there a pr about this issue ? Also are there any relevant wiki articles at wiki.freebsd.org ? Have you reached out to the docs team with your info ?
Lastly , I am not sure if your are lambasting the list with your request for donations or not , but knock it off .
Ps: top posting is so cool!
Mark saad | mark.saad at longcount.org
On Apr 9, 2013, at 10:41 PM, Richard Childers <fscked at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
>> Is this a joke..?
> Nope - no joke. Baby needs needs new shoes. What I did added value. I don't mind getting value back.
> I've been subscribed to the list for over a month. Haven't seen any traffic.
> Either nobody knows how to start Tor, or nobody knows how to install Tor, or everybody's keeping mum on what they know.
> If the conversation is happening elsewhere, I'd love to hear where that 'elsewhere' is.
> If there's someplace to send contributions for the Tor developers, please, post it.
> PS: I agree that for things that one cares about, one should be using the 'ports' package. But if we feel that strongly about that, why not put a README in the FTP directory, so people know why the Tor packages were pulled?
> Personally, I'm building a proof-of-concept workstation, with an eye towards tackling the BSD desktop market; for my purposes - prototyping, only - packages are adequate.
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