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Old 30th January 2016
pinswats pinswats is offline
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Default tor on evbarmv6 (raspberry-pi)

As there are no 2015Q4 binary packages for evbarmv6hf I compiled Tor (tor- natively on my Raspberry (first generation Model-B 256MB) from the 2015Q4-Sources.
When I try to start the service via, for example

# /etc/rc.d/tor (one)start
Just nothing happens and the CPU-usage from tor goes above 90%. I already tried waiting for hours, turning debugging on in the torrc file, compiling from latest CURRENT-sources (although it is the same tor version tor- so far without success.
I have no idea how to solve or how to debug this problem from here on.

Thanks in advance

EDIT: Forgot to mention: Tried NetBSD 7.0 release and NetBSD-7 stable without any differences. No problems on NetBSD-7 amd64

Last edited by pinswats; 30th January 2016 at 02:54 PM. Reason: More OS information
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