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## ia-onion1 (NUC) bionic

An Intel NUC running Ubuntu 18.04, following `device_setup.md` notes.

    mkdir -p /private/eotk
    cd /private/eotk
    screen -S eotk

    git clone https://github.com/alecmuffett/eotk.git src
    cd src
    ./opt.d/install-everything-on-ubuntu-18.04.sh
    ./eotk make-scripts

    cat archive_org.tconf 
    #set project archive_org
    #hardmap %NEW_V3_ONION% archive.org us

    ./eotk config archive_org.tconf

    cat archive_org.conf
    # example, not actual results
    #set project archive_org
    #hardmap c6srwspz6764tcyn archive.org us

    # edit file to remove comments and add...
    #
    #   set x_from_onion_value 1
    #   set preserve_csv tld-ao,archive\\.org,i,archive.org
    #   set ssl_mkcert 1

    ./eotk config archive_org.conf

    ./eotk start archive_org

Set up scripts:

    sudo cp eotk-init.sh /etc/init.d && sudo update-rc.d eotk-init.sh defaults

    # copy line from head of eotk-housekeeping.sh
    crontab -e

After all this, needed to re-enable default tor (for SSH service):

    sudo systemctl enable tor
    sudo service tor start

## wbgrp-svc206.us.archive.org Log

A cluster VM, running Ubuntu 16.04.

    sudo mkdir -p /srv/eotk
    sudo chown bnewbold:bnewbold /srv/eotk
    cd /srv/eotk
    screen -S eotk

    git clone https://github.com/alecmuffett/eotk.git src
    cd src
    ./opt.d/install-everything-on-ubuntu-16.04.sh

This initially failed on:

    gpgkeys: key A3C4F0F979CAA22CDBA8F512EE8CBC9E886DDD89 can't be retrieved

"yav"   Following random internet things and trying:

    # FAIL
    gpg --keyserver pool.sks-keyservers.net --recv A3C4F0F979CAA22CDBA8F512EE8CBC9E886DDD89

I instead commented out the gpg key recv line from the script and did:

    curl https://deb.torproject.org/torproject.org/A3C4F0F979CAA22CDBA8F512EE8CBC9E886DDD89.asc | gpg --import

Got a bunch of python `bdist_wheel` issues.

    sudo apt install build-essential python3-dev python-dev

This probably shouldn't be done on cluster machines with NFS home by regular
(staff) user accounts; python/pip and system/user/local is a big mess.

Moving on:

    ./eotk make-scripts

Going to ignore those for now.

    cat archive_org.tconf 
    #set project archive_org
    #hardmap %NEW_ONION% archive.org us
    ./eotk config archive_org.tconf

    cat archive_org.conf
    #set project archive_org
    #hardmap c6srwspz6764tcyn archive.org us

    # edit file to remove comments...
    ./eotk config archive_org.conf

    ./eotk start archive_org

Set up scripts:

    sudo cp eotk-init.sh /etc/init.d && sudo update-rc.d eotk-init.sh defaults

    # copy line from head of eotk-housekeeping.sh
    crontab -e

Browse to <https://www.c6srwspz6764tcyn.onion> in tor browser, accept a bunch
of self-signed SSL errors and... it just works ?!?!?

For wayback, <https://web.c6srwspz6764tcyn.onion>, or an example reply page
<https://web.c6srwspz6764tcyn.onion/web/20151231235712/http://web.mit.edu/>.

Blog: <https://blog.c6srwspz6764tcyn.onion>

Quick checks of things that work (some need cert accept digging):

- archive.org/download/.../...
- general search and catalog view
- audio playback
- tv news archive
- archive.org login (email/pass)
- video playback
- book reader
- wayback replay (at least the basics)

## Bugs / Issues

Rewriting of "archive.org" in plain text. Eg, blog post title: "Official EU
Agencies Falsely Report More Than 550 c6srwspz6764tcyn.onion URLs as Terrorist
Content" and "A blog from the team at c6srwspz6764tcyn.onion".

At least audio /details/ pages ask for canvas access; probably ok?

Audio playback initially: "This video file cannot be played.(Error Code:
224003)"; but this was just a cert exception thing. Worked after downloading an
MP3 (to make exception).

Streaming large files (video) is slow to start, but no surprise there.