Opened 19 months ago

Last modified 35 hours ago

#23809 accepted task

Add instructions for running a relay on a Raspberry Pi

Reported by: irl Owned by: hiro
Priority: Medium Milestone: website redesign
Component: Community/Tor Support Version:
Severity: Normal Keywords: docs, relays, community, raspberrypi
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Description

I know this is basically just Debian instructions, but framing this differently could really help for those that don't already know that Raspbian is essentially just Debian underneath.

This could be deferred until after the big website changes.

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Change History (7)

comment:2 Changed 19 months ago by hiro

Owner: set to hiro
Status: newaccepted

comment:3 Changed 13 months ago by hiro

Milestone: website redesign

comment:4 Changed 8 months ago by traumschule

Keywords: FAQ added

Alec Muffett develops EOTK to make it easier to set up mirrors and integration with Onion Balance.

comment:5 Changed 8 months ago by traumschule

Component: Webpages/WebsiteCommunity/Relays
Keywords: FAQ removed

(I realized that my former comment was out of context.)

Changing the component to the relay guide because it is not part of the website anymore since January (see comment:5:ticket:21519).

Maybe it is easiest to change Debian/Ubuntu to Debian/Ubuntu/Raspbian at TorRelayGuide#PlatformspecificInstructions?

comment:6 Changed 5 months ago by emmapeel

Component: Community/RelaysCommunity/Tor Support

moving it to tor support because it fits at https://support.torproject.org/#operators between:

How do I run a middle or guard relay on Debian?
How do I run an exit relay on Debian?
How do I run a middle or guard relay on FreeBSD or HardenedBSD?
How do I make sure that I'm using the correct packages on Ubuntu?
How do I run a obfs4 bridge on Debian?

comment:7 Changed 35 hours ago by emmapeel

Keywords: docs relays community raspberrypi added
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