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It's true that Webmin is not always sp clear when it comes to SquidGuard, but as for Squid proxy server I think it is quite neat. However, as for your ...
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    It's true that Webmin is not always sp clear when it comes to SquidGuard, but as for Squid proxy server I think it is quite neat.

    However, as for your Q's, SuSE9.2 Pro is in my point of view a better choice since it is much newer plattform. And you will find a lot of newer releases for your needed software as well. But then, this is a "go" even for MDK 10.1, FC2&FC3, among a few examples.

    A 10 user network would not be a rough job for your Proxy server, so a medium sized server would be pretty much ok.
    Medium sized:
    +1 GHz processor
    +512 MB of RAM (the more the better)
    100 - 200 GB of hard drive should do the job.

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    thanks Swemic for the HW details.

    Pls note I have Suse7 and not 9.2. Will my version 7 do job?

    Can you explain your "But then, this is a "go" even for MDK 10.1, FC2&FC3, among a few examples. "

    thanks
    John

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tokunbo

    Pls note I have Suse7 and not 9.2. Will my version 7 do job?

    Can you explain your "But then, this is a "go" even for MDK 10.1, FC2&FC3, among a few examples. "

    thanks
    John
    suse 7 sounds a little old


    I have setup a squid+squidguard proxy (dedicated) on a 400Mhz machine with 256 ram and it ran fine and supported 20 or so users. granted I was just trying to filter, not cache.

    IMO webmin is a very good tool for just about anything but strangely it gave me probs with squidguard also.

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    you said Suse7.0 sounds a little bit ODD, is it that that version is not used anymore or.............

    also, thanks for info about your own setup. Pls what distro are u using?

    Tokunbo

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