On Tue, 27 Mar 2001, [iso-8859-1] André Weidemann wrote:
> I changed modes for the log-files, but that actually doesn't solve the
> problem, that squidguard doesn't block any sites...
> The logfiles now contains 5 successful starts of squidguard but doesn't
> do anything at all.
You need to include a redirect statement in the squidGuard configuration
file so that a page is displayed when access fails. Think about this.
What is squid supposed to do when squidGuard rejects a site? What does it
mean that squidGuard rejects a site? The only way this can happen is for
a rejected site to be redirected to a web page that says the site has been
---- Russell Mosemann, Ph.D. * Computing Services * Concordia University, Nebraska "If guns killed people, gun shops would be the most dangerous place on earth."Received on Mon Mar 26 2001 - 16:31:19 MST
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