You don't say which distro you are using. Squid and Apache can normally
work together with no conflicts. Under SuSE the default setup for a server
is for both. I think it does depend partly how they are configured. What
ports etc have you used for squid, and how did you install - source, rpm
Giles Nunn - Network Manager
Carms Schools ICT Development Centre
Tel: +44 01239 710662 Fax: 710985
On Thu, 28 Sep 2000, ptaylor wrote:
I have successfully set up Squid on our system and it is working very well.
However, at present the school intranet (not to the outside world just yet) is
on another server and kids go through the proxy to get to it. I am now trying
to have Apache on the same Linux box so that I can transfer the html files to
the Linux box and have both the intra and internet on the same machine. It is
proving troublesome though. I have Apache running but it seems to interfere
with Squid (I am doing something wrong). If it is possible to have them both
working, can someone let me know. Also, if someone could send me an example
httpd.conf file it would be much appreciated.
I have some eager year 12 students who are working on the "new" site before we
go into the outside world and the network manager does not want them to have
access to the existing web server as it is his Win 2000 machine. I would like
to give them access to the gci and htdocs bin so that they can work on it
through a win 95 workstation anywhere in the school.
Additional information will be provided if need be.