[K12OSN] Help! Squidguard will not obey the ACLs in the conf file
adammelancon at gmail.com
Wed Oct 27 16:20:55 UTC 2004
I'm not sure, but you can check out my squidguard page and see if
anything helps you in there.
We would probably have to see a copy of your squidGuard.conf file to
be able to help you troubleshoot the problem.
I just use this script that I tweaked that rebuilds the filter lists
and then restarts squidguard.
This usually helps apply any changes I've made.
[root at ltsp40 root]# cat rebuildallfilter.sh
/usr/sbin/squidGuard -c /etc/squid/squidGuard.conf -C all
chown -R squid.squid /var/squidGuard/blacklists/
chown -R squid.squid /var/log/squidGuard/
/usr/bin/killall -HUP squid
tail -n 80 /var/log/squidGuard/squidGuard.log
I also have a few other custom scripts to just rebuild the custom
lists that I change often.
On Wed, 27 Oct 2004 12:11:34 -0400, Joseph Bishay
<joseph.bishay at utoronto.ca> wrote:
> I hope everyone is doing well.
> Thanks to some kind folks on #ltsp, I was able to get squidguard up
> and running on the k12ltsp (RH9) server. And it blocks the 3 default
> blacklist sets.
> However, I wanted to activate all the possible blacklists, so I
> commented out the line with the 3, and uncommented the one below it
> that has all the different groups listed as !xxxx and so on. But it
> will not accept those new rules.
> I was able to change the redirection page so that a webpage I created
> and point to a page I'm serving off the server, so I know the file is
> being read. But why is it not blocking the others? As an example,
> typing in www.sex.com results in it being blocked, but
> www.allmp3s.com does not. And neither for hotmail, etc.
> Any thoughts on what I may be overlooking?
> Thank you kindly,
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