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    Generally there are rules such as this in the...

    Generally there are rules such as this in the squid default config that deny access to non-safe ports:


    acl Safe_ports port 80 # http
    acl Safe_ports port 21 # ftp
    acl...
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    Squid normally controls access to non-http ports....

    Squid normally controls access to non-http ports. Are you using squid for access control, or is it setup via iptables masquerade rules?
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    +2 That would be the key point here, as your...

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    That would be the key point here, as your need something that will run on your computer. Debian would be a good start, as its not overly complex to learn, if you are looking for ease of use,...
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    It will take a long time to do a "genkernel all"...

    It will take a long time to do a "genkernel all" as it does compile a lot of modules. It however should support your hardware correctly. Once you have a bootable kernel into Gentoo you can then...
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    What does your /etc/sudoers look like? Does it...

    What does your /etc/sudoers look like? Does it have your non-root username in it?
  6. Thread: using wget

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    No problem, glad to help!

    No problem, glad to help!
  7. Thread: using wget

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    You can use wget --spider $URL ... it won't...

    You can use wget --spider $URL ... it won't download anything then.

    Does that help?

    If wget hangs on that request waiting for your remote server you can always run a kill command 5 mins later...
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    If you don't want to go the central server route...

    If you don't want to go the central server route with a parent proxy, you could always setup rsync on a central server and rsync the blocklist to all the various squid proxies.

    Here a quick rsync...
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    Not sure why you would want to do this... what...

    Not sure why you would want to do this... what are you trying to achieve?
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    Have you enabled IP Forwarding? ...

    Have you enabled IP Forwarding?

    /etc/sysctl.conf

    net.ipv4.ip_forward = 1

    You would also need to masquerade the internal network.

    If for example your internal network is 192.168.0.0/24 the...
  11. Yes compiz and KDE4 will run nicely on Ubuntu,...

    Yes compiz and KDE4 will run nicely on Ubuntu, and the system you have specified should run Ubuntu very nicely... In fact I wish I had a system like that to play with Ubuntu on! :)

    Good luck with...
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    Yes it is... No problem, I am glad to help and...

    Yes it is...

    No problem, I am glad to help and I am sure the fellow linux supporters are too!
    :)
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    It looks like you have a problem relaying through...

    It looks like you have a problem relaying through your ISP. Have you tested maybe using telnet:



    telnet smtpin.myisp.com 25
    helo myhost.mydomain
    mail from:user@mydomain.co.ke
    rcpt...
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    In that case setup dns and dhcp on on of the...

    In that case setup dns and dhcp on on of the computers, and set in dhcp the dns server to be this server.

    For more info:
    DHCP Mini Howto
    DNS Howto

    Those links will give you a good background...
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    This is very dependant on your network...

    This is very dependant on your network configuration, but assuming that you are using a Linux server as your LAN server, you can setup dns and a dhcp server and with some configuration can allocate...
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    I know this is unrelated to your problem, but...

    I know this is unrelated to your problem, but with my experiences on Postfix, I have found MailScanner to be very reliable and easy to setup to enable mail security, including antivirus and spam...
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