Which Squid?

dbclinton 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.
Good luck,
David Clinton
Ottawa, Canada

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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