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Old 10-31-2010, 06:51 AM   #1
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Hallo. I just finished installing my squid on linux 10 SP1. I setup my squid.conf file and the access lists (acls). When I try to browse the internet on any page, my brower returns a plain page with the words "It works" What do i do?
 
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my brower returns a plain page with the words "It works" What do i do?
Seems to me this is the default page from your apache webserver, not from squid.
Either your browser isn't configured to use squid, or everything is forwarded to your local webserver.
Hard to say without more info though.

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