dbclin at gmail.com
Sun Mar 8 19:20:36 GMT 2009
I've been using Safesquid (primarily for whitelists and thin client
account control) for about a year and it's been flawless. The tech
support at their site (www.safesquid.com) pretty much held my hand
through my initial setup and got me going.
On Sun, 2009-03-08 at 12:48 -0600, David Groos wrote:
> Hi All,
> I´ve got an Edubuntu/LTSP setup and I´m working on getting squid going
> and having quite a challenge with it--too much specialized/unknown
> vocabulary for me. I don´t need squid for caching of objects since I
> ´m using thin clients, but want to use it for coordinating white lists
> with different groups of users. I thought before I invest myself
> further in learning squid I should first decide which version to use.
> Also, I´m going to be using squidguard as an add-on. I understand
> that squid-stable is at 2.6 currently and that is what I was working
> on. However, should I use this version, install/invest in 2.7, move
> up to 3.0 or 3.1? I would appreciate anyone´s opinion on this!
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