The offer was for DNS hosting, i have no idea if he is willing to host
a squid server.
On Mon, 06 Sep 2004 16:06:39 +0200, Gabriel Wicke <lists(a)wikidev.net> wrote:
On Mon, 2004-09-06 at 14:32 +0200, Thomas R. Koll
If not, we should consider using his offer for a
would proxy EVERY request to is.wikipedia.org
via his server.
I'm sure gwicke who has set up the squid can deliver more help
about that issue.
If it's a reliable server and the offer is still valid, why not? To run
a squid, port 80 needs to be unused though, or one has to do some
iptable tricks to redirect wikipedia to another port. Apache would work
as a proxy as well- but it doesn't support purging, so it couldn't
An account on the server would be necessary imo, otherwise maintaining
the squid would be difficult.
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