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I have followed all information provide to install squid and when I try to run the first "run" I get: bash: squid: command not found . I think I forgot ...
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    squid 2.5 stable 4 installation on redhat 9


    I have followed all information provide to install squid and when I try to run the first "run" I get:
    bash: squid: command not found .

    I think I forgot something during installation:
    I did tar -zxvf squid-....tar.gz
    then make all
    then make install
    I have created the cache directory...

    Copy/paste from the terminale:
    [root@linuxserv sbin]# ls -la
    squid .......
    [root@linuxserv sbin]# squid -z
    bash: squid: command not found
    [root@linuxserv sbin]#

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    Try running make install again, but with this command line instead:
    Code:
    make install 2>&1 | grep bin
    Then, please post everything it says here.

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    It's still not working

    it says the same things...
    I prove to install the kernell 2.6 but I did not succeed...
    thanks for help..
    How I ha ve proceed to install squid ?
    I have download the tar.gz file in a temp directory, then I did tar -zxvf squid-xxx.tar.gz.
    then I did ./configure -enable-err-language=French (since I am french)
    then
    make all
    then
    make install (the first time)
    after your tips I did
    make install 2>&1 | grep bin
    then I went to /usr/local/squid/sbin
    I type squid -z and I got bash: squid: command not found...
    What is going on ? I just get borred..

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    try ./squid -z it might work?

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