Re: [SQU] Start stop and restart SQUID

From: Joe Cooper <>
Date: Tue, 09 Jan 2001 04:42:03 -0600

The current directory is rarely in the path, Zakerov (this is a good
thing...consider reading a good book on using Unix to learn more about
why). You usually must type './' in front of a command if you are in
the same directory. (Otherwise you type the whole
/path/to/the/command--using './' actually is no different... '.' /is/
the path to the command).

In other word, try this:

./squid start|stop|restart

Zackerov wrote:

> Again it's me...
> i recall that i went in /etc/rc.d/init.d/
> and i used to do
> squid stop
> or
> squid start
> or
> squid start
> and i remember that it were working...
> and say..
> bash: squid: command not found
> so...anyone can help me?

                      Joe Cooper <>
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