BSDstats-6.0 has been released
dweimer at dweimer.net
Wed May 6 12:52:11 UTC 2015
On 05/06/2015 1:54 am, Yuri wrote:
> I am happy to announce that BSDstats-6.0 has just been released. (port
> I took over its maintainership, cleaned it up, very close to a complete
> For those who doesn't know what it is: It is the system that is
> anonymously reporting the general statistics about your system: CPU,
> hardware, OS version, installed packages. Reporting is done monthly,
> or on demand. Data is added to the central database, and can be viewed
> at http://www.bsdstats.org. It is designed for all BSDs, not just
> FreeBSD. Some other BSDs require it to run with bash shell.
> Major changes:
> 1. It now has "TOR" port option, that allows to submit through the tor
> anonymity network for even better anonymity.
> 2. Submission through HTTP proxy is fixed. It now works through
> proxies with and without authentication.
> 3. It works many times faster now. Usually finishes in under 10
> 4. Many smaller bugs are fixed.
> Please install BSDstats and use it. It helps port maintainers and
> driver developers to better focus their efforts. It is not collecting
> any personally identifiable data. All data is handled with the
> greatest respect of your privacy in mind. Keeping it installed is all
> you need to do.
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It seems to fail its manual send after updating my system from the old
port, I didn't chose the TOR option when I built the script if that
matters on this issue.
BSDstats failed: token enabling request failed
Dean E. Weimer
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