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> Date: Thu, 11 Jun 2009 13:18:40 +0100
> From: rob@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> To: list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: [LUG] Dansguardian
> Austin Gossmeyer wrote:
> > > Date: Thu, 11 Jun 2009 12:32:55 +0100
> > > From: rob@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > > To: list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > > Subject: Re: [LUG] Dansguardian
> > >
> > > Austin Gossmeyer wrote:
> > > > I bow down to your worshipfulness. Unfortunately it appears squid
> > > > isn't playing ball.
> > > Have you reinstalled from scratch?
> > No should I? If so no big deal as I haven't really done that much.
> Well it might be a good idea as then you start from a freshly installed
> > >
> > > If you're running the Desktop version of Ubuntu then could you try
> > > pointing the Firefox proxy to look at 127.0.0.1 and port 8080 and
> > see if
> > > that works?
> > >
> > It doesn't work. Should the proxy point to 8080 for dansguardian or
> > 3128 for squid?
> It should point to 8080 for Dansguardian.
> By the way if you do reinstall, you may find it easier to do a manual
> partition in the install program to setup your other drives. I can't
> remember if you can setup RAID on the Live CD when installing a Desktop
> but you could certainly setup each drive in your system as Gordon
> suggested and it means you don't have to mess around editing the fstab
> (not a hard job really but if you can get away without having to do it
> then it may make life a bit easier). You could also then put the swap
> partition on another drive too, maybe the 5th spare drive, with the rest
> of the 5th drive partitioned for future use? (I'm thinking maybe a local
> cache of wikipedia, or maybe you could use it for web space so the
> students could create their own internal intranet or something or other).
I will get started on the reinstall. With the other drives can I name them during set up?
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