[Tor-BSD] Tor-BSD Digest, Vol 17, Issue 1
libertas at mykolab.com
Mon Dec 1 19:51:32 EST 2014
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On 12/01/2014 05:07 PM, Brett Mahar wrote:
> The tor port on OpenBSD already installs a start/stop/restart
> script (at /etc/rc.d/tor). I would say there is no need to put
> anything in
> except maybe a comment.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but wouldn't it be nicer if the rc.d script
was built into the Tor source code? I was always under the impression
that everything custom in ports is there because it wasn't properly
supplied in the original source, not because the community expects to
manually port every application. If we could get an OpenBSD-compatible
rc.d script included in the Tor source, wouldn't that be preferable?
The main reason I ask, as you may have discerned from my last email,
is that the OpenBSD port doesn't keep up with Tor's stable releases.
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