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316 words by attila written on 2015–06–26, last edit: 2015–06–26, tags: open-source, openbsd, pets, ports, tor, tor-browser ⋔ Previous post: OpenBSD Tor Browser Port Progress and Status ⋔ Next post: OpenBSD Tor Browser Ports Status Update: July 2015, 4.5.3 (yes, I know, it’s August)
This is just a quick note to update anyone who cares on status.
A couple of days ago I tagged v4.5.2 of the OpenBSD ports which comprise the Tor Browser Bundle, at release 4.5.2 as of 16 June. These are not official OpenBSD ports at the moment. I finally got off my ass and posted on ports@ to see if there is any interest in getting them into the tree.
There are still some issues with these ports but they’ve been tested by a few people over the last couple of months as we’ve iterated from 4.0.8 to 4.5.2. The 4.5.1 version of the ports was a bit off in many respects, but there wasn’t much time between 4.5.1 and 4.5.2 and we only seem to have a few testers so I didn’t bother posting about it.
These are the versions of the various pieces of software involved in the TBB as of version 4.5.2:
|tor-browser||4.5.2||based on ff-esr31.7.0|
|tor-launcher||0.2.7.5||xlation updates only since 0.2.7.4|
|tor||0.2.6.9||happily also what is in OpenBSD-current ports|
I’ve tagged everything so far with
tbb-4.5.2-sans-pt) to remind everyone that this is only TBB
without Pluggable Transports (PT). PT might be as difficult a task by
itself as what I’ve done so far, so that’s really the next major piece
of work in this effort.
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