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Re: [SLUG] installing a new squid



At least the cache directories must be owned by the user that squid is run 
as, check the squid.conf file to see who that is if you don't know.


At 10:26 29/06/2001, Tony Green wrote:
>* This one time, at band camp, Phillipus Gunawan said:
> > I just installing Squid in my Box. As usually, we have to type:
> >
> > /usr/local/squid/bin/squid -z
> >
> > But the 'error' message was different than before:
> >
> > FATAL: failed to make swap directory /usr/local/squid/cache: (13) 
> Permission Denied
> >
> > Anyone could help?
>
>I'm guessing that
>
>a)      your aren't running it as root
>b)      your config files are broken
>
>More info about your setup and config would help
>
>Greeno
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