[Tor-BSD] kernel: ... was killed: out of swap space
gijsje at heteigenwijsje.nl
Mon Feb 19 15:57:48 EST 2018
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It's all a GUI so most of it is straightforward yes.
They also maintain their own manual on their wiki here:
Updating that wiki with some changes I got merged is on my todo list,
so if you see any room for improvement let me know.
However I'm not completely satisfied with the current state of the
plugin code. I have an outstanding pull request that fixes some ExitACL
issues I ran into (current code doesnt work with wildcards).
And I'm still contemplating writing a bit of code that allows uploading
The stuff I've 'coded' so far has been low hanging fruits. There are
more things that could be done.
The way I've set it up is all quite hacky anyway... My ISP hands me
down an additional /29, and I've set up the network adress as an alias
with mask of 32 to run a Tor exit on. Since network adresses are not
used by anything anymore it works, though isnt quite RFC.
On Mon, 2018-02-19 at 20:47 +0000, George Rosamond wrote:
> Gijs Peskens:
> > Sharing your system specs (especially ram size and configured swap
> > size) and tor configuration would really help us debug your issues.
> > As for running Tor on FreeBSD, https://metrics.torproject.org/rs.ht
> > ml#d
> > etails/1283EBDEEC2B9D745F1E7FBE83407655B984FD66
> > That is my exit-relay running on OPNsense (FreeBSD 11 based)
> > without
> > any issues. Tor is using 1,5gig of ~4g availabe and is happily
> > eating
> > CPU cycles.
> > I was previously running it on OpenBSD, also without isssue.
> On a separate thread, Gijs, did you just install and configure Tor as
> pkg and enable the basic pass rule for the relevant TCP port?
> I don't have any experience with OPNsense, but is it necessary to
> document how to setup for others?
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