Is there a ready Linux builds for TOR nodes?


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This:
- dolomity computer on Atom, who wants to become a tor relay (Noda);
is a relatively straight arm and familiarity with Ubuntu.

Need:
- to make the machine in the style of "set it and forget it" that will stand in the closet and work in Noda.

With Ubuntu familiar enough to roll axle (prefer Runtu) in graphical mode, to install the appropriate packages, configure, configs, etc. But here the situation is different: the voracious need to remove the GUI leaving only the necessary (the axis and Thor). To put the computer once to set it up and then occasionally look at it via SSH.
Theoretically, perhaps, you can install a bare version without x's and platforms, but so far my knowledge extends.
So I ask the question: surely I'm not the first with this problem. Maybe somewhere there is a pre-built OS (without GUI, but with Thor) that the computer installed, the torrc corrected and it immediately works as a node?
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Build Ubuntu without GUI is called Ubuntu server and is taken from the official website.
For example, put the stick with the monitor/TV in the "pseudo" graphical mode(next next next finish)

Tor node is put in a few commands

No vypilivaya Guya hands and dopilivaniya a file is not necessary.

In normal(fast and delagua) flash installer, normally running CPU and hdd on the machine it's all done in 15-30 minutes.
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The output node with an external IP address falls under the criminal liability in the usa and Doichland it is necessary to you?
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