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Hello Hackintoshers,
This is my first time building a hackintosh. I've gotten my Alienware X51 R2 to run MacOS Mojave! However, I've come across a few issues.
  1. The computer can't boot off my SSD. I need to boot off the USB, to clover, to my SSD where Mojave is installed. How can I fix this issue?
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Ready-to-run image for Nodes via Raspberry Pi (2) [x-post r/raspberry_pi]

Would you like to contribute to the Tor network by running your own relay? This is a guide to do just that via a Raspberry Pi 2. This guide will work with the original Pi as well, the overclocking will just need to be changed.
This guide is intended to cover the set up in detail from start-to-finish but, as always, will need to be tweaked with community feedback.
In an attempt to make this as plug-and-play as possible I fully prepared an image[1] while writing this guide. This image was tested on my Raspberry Pi 2.
TL;DR: Download the image file, copy it to your Raspberry Pi 2 MicroSDHC card and run a relay. You can use either dd[2] or Win32 Disk Imager[3] to write the image to your MicroSDHC card. Alternatively, you can follow these instructions to tweak the official Raspbian image[4].
I do not have any experience with a headless set up. Additional help/corrections, especially to the SSH part of the guide are appreciated.
Equipment needed:
  • Raspberry Pi 2
  • Ethernet cable
  • 4GB Class 10 (or higher) MicroSDHC card. A 8GB card is recommended.
  • Power supply with at least 2A output.
Some nice-to-have but optional equipment:
  • Case
  • Heatsinks
Step 1:
Install a torrent client such as Deluge.[5]
Download the image prepared with this guide or the official one. Please be sure to seed it.
The prepared image is signed with my GPG subkey.[6]
Use either dd or Win32 Disk Imager to write the image to your MicroSDHC card.
Step 2:
Insert your MicroSDHC card into the Raspberry Pi 2 and plug it in to power it on.
If you are using the stock image skip to step 3c.
The default login for my image is:
tor / changeme 
Use raspi-config to change the locale settings (keyboard, time zone etc.) and user password:
sudo raspi-config 
Select Expand Filesystem so the entire SDHC card is available to the Raspberry Pi 2.
Press twice to select Finish and reboot.
Bring the image up-to-date with:
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade 
Step 3a:
Check that tor is running and the ORPort is reachable:
sudo tail -f /valog/tonotices.log 
The following lines will be in the log file if your Relay is working correctly:
[notice] Tor has successfully opened a circuit. Looks like client functionality is working. [notice] Self-testing indicates your ORPort is reachable from the outside. Excellent. Publishing server descriptor. [notice] Self-testing indicates your DirPort is reachable from the outside. Excellent. [notice] Performing bandwidth self-test...done. 
If the above lines are not present see the troubleshooting section at the end of the document.
Please read "Tor Fingerprint backup" at the end of the document.
As an optional step you can change your relay's nickname. Change the nickname line in torrc with:
sudo /etc/totorrc 
Edit the Nickname line, leaving a space between Nickname and what you change it to. For example:
Nickname pickyourownnickname 
Your Relay is now up and running!
Step 3b (SSH usage)[7][8]:
Enable SSH with:
sudo raspi-config 
Select Advanced Options: Set SSH to Enable.
Find the IP of your Raspberry Pi 2 with:
hostname -I 
SSH to the Pi:
ssh @ 
For off-site usage, I recommend a DynamicDNS on the Relay's connection. This will make SSHing to it easier.
The DynamicDNS goes on the Address line of torrc, for example:
Address thisismy.duckdns.org 
SSH to it with:
ssh @thisismy.duckdns.org 
Step 3c: Instructions if using the stock image[9]:
Select Expand Filesystem so the entire SDHC card is available to the Raspberry Pi 2.
Press twice to select Finish and reboot.
The default login is:
pi / raspberry 
Run raspi-config:
sudo raspi-config 
Change Internationalization Options to suit your preferences. When changing locale press the spacebar to select the option(s).
Select Overclock:
Overclocking your Raspberry Pi 2 this way does not void the warranty!
Select Advanced Options:
Hostname is the device name on your network.
Select Finish and reboot.
Log back in using:
pi / raspberry 
Create a new user:
sudo adduser username 
Load the sudoers list:
sudo visudo 
Change the last line to:
username ALL=(ALL)ALL 
bill ALL=(ALL)ALL 
Be sure to leave a space after username and below the last line.
Press Control + X to close the document.
Press Y to save the changes and Enter to accept the default file name.
Reboot and log in under the username you just created.
sudo reboot 
Remove the pi user:
sudo deluser --remove-home pi 
Update the OS and all packages:
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade 
Install cron-apt to automate updates.
sudo apt-get install cron-apt 
Configure a cron job to automatically download updates on a semi-daily basis with:
sudo nano /etc/cron.d/cron-apt 
Add a # to the start of line 5. Change line 6 to "Every 12 hours."
Delete the # (and the space) from line 7 and put:
0 */12 * * * root test -x /usesbin/cron-apt && /ussbin/cron-apt /etc/cron-apt/config2 
Run the following once or twice a day to install updates:
sudo apt-get dist-upgrade 
Install tor:
sudo apt-get install tor 
Open torrc to change some of the settings (from top-to-bottom in torrc) with:
sudo nano /etc/totorrc 
Remove the "#" before the following lines (lines with dashes are comments for this guide):
Change the SocksPort to 0 from 9050:
SocksPort 9050 Log notice file /valog/tonotices.log RunAsDaemon 1 
Change the DataDirectory to a RAM drive per TorProject's suggestion.[10]
See "Tor Fingerprint backup" at the bottom of this document.
DataDirectory /dev/shm/tor ORPort 9001 Nickname pickyourownnickname #Add this line so tor will use multiple cores. CPUNum 4 
Run a speed test and convert the result to Megabytes by dividing by 8. Alternatively you can use a online bits-to-bytes calculator, such as Google.[11] At least 2 Megabits of upload is recommended for a good relay.
Set the RelayBandwidthRate to a maximum of 80% of your upload speed. Set the RelayBandwidthBurst to a maximum of 95% of your upload speed. Burst speed is used occasionally.
RelayBandwidthRate RelayBandwidthBurst 
Bandwidth accounting is unidirectional, it will use twice what is listed!
To use 50GB per month (starting on the first of the month at midnight):
AccountingMax 25GB AccountingStart month 1 00:00 
The contact info is posted online so please keep that in mind!
ContactInfo Your name  DirPort 9030 
Be sure to uncomment this line so you only run as a middle relay.
ExitPolicy reject *:* 
Reboot with:
sudo reboot 
Log back in to the Pi. Check that tor is running and the ORPort is reachable:
sudo tail -f /valog/tonotices.log 
The following lines will be in the log file if your Relay is working correctly:
[notice] Tor has successfully opened a circuit. Looks like client functionality is working. [notice] Self-testing indicates your ORPort is reachable from the outside. Excellent. Publishing server descriptor. [notice] Self-testing indicates your DirPort is reachable from the outside. Excellent. [notice] Performing bandwidth self-test...done. 
If these are not present see the troubleshooting section below.
THANK YOU for running a relay! :-)
Relay Fingerprint backup: Because the Fingerprint is contained on a RAM Drive it is erased in the event of a power loss (due to shut down, reboot, etc). This makes your Relay appear as "new" each time.
To maintain a steady relay back up the fingerprint to a USB flash drive with the following commands:
First, make a directory to mount the drive to:
mkdir /mnt/d 
If it is the only drive connected and formatted to FAT32 use:
sudo mount -t vfat /dev/sda1 /mnt/d 
If it is formatted to NTFS you will need to install ntfs-3g first:
apt-get install ntfs-3g 
Then mount it with:
sudo mount -t ntfs /dev/sda1 /mnt/d 
To access the RAM drive you need to be root (sudo):
sudo su 
Browse to the Fingerprint location:
cd /dev/shm/tokeys 
Copy the "secret_id_key", which is the fingerprint, to your flash drive. Rename it something memorable like "tor_fingerprint".
cp secret_id_key /mnt/d/tor_fingerprint rm /mnt/tor-root/valib/tokeys/secret_id_key 
Invert the copy (cp) command to restore it.
Troubleshooting: If you do not see "Self-testing indicates your ORPort is reachable from the outside. Excellent." in the notices log you will need to check that your port is forwarded correctly in your router. If your port forwarding is correct but the ORPort is still unreachable you may need a Dynamic DNS. The Dynamic DNS address will be put in the Address line in torrc. See footnote 13 for a example on setting up a Dynamic DNS.
Extra info:
To safely shut down the system use:
sudo shutdown -h now 
If Bandwidth accounting is enabled the DirPort is automatically disabled. Tor uses TCP ports, the UDP ports do not need to be forwarded.
OS modifications for my image:
"Turbo mode" overclocking is enabled with Pi 2 setting. This does not void the warranty![12]
OS hardening enabled via harden-servers package.
Tor logs are rotated daily, rotated logs are not kept.
Semi-daily cron job running apt-get update and apt-get upgrade.
Removed pi (default) user.
Hostname is RelayPi.
RelayBandwidthRate and RelayBandwidthBurst are set to 80% and 90% of the Ookla Global Broadband upload speeds, respectively.
AccountMax is set to 25GB (50GB per month), starts at midnight on the first day of the month.
[1] https://torrage.com/torrent/64CF7A9D083BA58C31987B2AFA1B34B4334456F7.torrent
[2] https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/installation/installing-images/linux.md
[3] https://i.imgur.com/gIamfK7.png
[4] http://downloads.raspberrypi.org/raspbian_latest.torrent
[5] http://deluge-torrent.org/
[6] https://pgp.mit.edu/pks/lookup?op=vindex&search=0xD4EB587D15734B19
Primary Fingerprint: 3E37 9905 05C0 050A FEFE C675 D4EB 587D 1573 4B19 Signing subkey Fingerprint: 2F28 004A 19B2 E62B 3690 BF2B CCF6 3BA2 CBE9 49C3 
[7] https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/troubleshooting/hardware/networking/ip-address.md
[8] https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/remote-access/ssh/unix.md https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/remote-access/ssh/windows.md
[9] http://www.instructables.com/id/Raspberry-Pi-Tor-relay/?ALLSTEPS
[10] https://trac.torproject.org/projects/towiki/doc/TorRelaySecurity
[11] https://www.google.com/?q=9000Kbps+to+MBps
[12] https://www.raspberrypi.org/introducing-turbo-mode-up-to-50-more-performance-for-free/
[13] https://tor.stackexchange.com/questions/6558/relay-getting-traffic-showing-as-unreachable/6575#6575
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