Good linux books & distros
matt at mh.dropbear.id.au
Sun Dec 8 23:32:30 EST 2002
Rob Weir (rweir at softhome.net) wrote:
> You might also want to have a look at squid, which is a caching
> http/ftp proxy.
Squid is great. Another good one is called 'oops' which I've found to
be better on low-memory machines (I used to run it on a 24Mb P-100 along
with DNS, DHCP, etc). For the common case, it supports everything squid
does (including authentication, ACL's, URL rewriting/redirection). One
thing I do miss though is a 'squidclient' equivalent, mainly for the
Both are available in Debian.
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