Am 02.12.2016 um 00:32 schrieb George:
> On 12/01/16 18:25, pa011 wrote:
>> Am 02.12.2016 um 00:19 schrieb diffusae:
>>> Hi!
>>> On 02.12.2016 00:04, George wrote:
>>>> Installing security/arm is simple enough.
>>>> pkg install arm
>>> Yes, that normally should solve your problem.
>>> I've recognized that the dependencies are on Tor v0.2.8.9.
>>> You can't install it with security/tor-devel?
>> After an update I got - Tor (git-8b0755c9bb296ae2)
>> So you say I should better install tor instead of tor-devel?
> What did you update?  I'm confused... were you running tor-
> (stable in security/tor) and upgraded via pkg(8) and got tor-
> which is security/tor-devel?
> I tend to recommend security/tor-devel over security/tor, unless you
> can't regularly keep the package updated.  The alpha/devel branch will
> generally include the latest security fixes and counter-measures to
> surveillance.
> And on a side note, OpenBSD is likely removing lsof from their ports
> tree (see ports@ from today), which is a dependency for the arm port,
> but will have it use fstat(1) instead IIRC.
I started with tor-devel: 
did sudo pkg update && sudo pkg upgrade -y
and ended so at

But "sudo pkg install security/arm" now made:

        python27: 2.7.12
        libffi: 3.2.1
        py27-setuptools27: 23.1.0

Tor can be started now when putting #Log notice file /var/log/tor/log

Starting arm by just "arm" brings up "/usr/local/bin/arm: python: not found"

Rgds Paul

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