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Hey all! I have an unusual problem concerning squidGuard. I have set up squid + squidGuard on a FreeBSD box. Squid starts up without a hitch, but when I check ...
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    Weird squidGuard error (bungled script?)


    Hey all!

    I have an unusual problem concerning squidGuard. I have set up squid + squidGuard on a FreeBSD box. Squid starts up without a hitch, but when I check squidGuard.log, it says that squidGuard "can't open configfile /usr/local/squidGuard/quidGuard.conf". That's not a typo. I've tried running ./configure several times and even unpacking it from the orginal tar file.

    Does anyone know where squidGuard would be told to look for this phantom file? Or would you recommend that I get another tar altogether?

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    squid is looking for the file. open your squid.config and do a search for quidguard and it should be there. just make adjustments and restart. squid starts squidguard with options, so if squid has the wrong options then it tries to pass those to squidguard.

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