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meandsushil 02-13-2010 01:46 AM

how to setup squid server in centos? give me step by step answer please
 
how to setup squid server in centos? give me step by step answer please!
please guide me i know linux but i am new to centos, and i just joined on job where i am asked to setup aserver.

EricTRA 02-13-2010 01:49 AM

Hello and Welcome to LinuxQuestions,

Might I suggest that you use Google to find How-to's and step-by-step guides? I did a quick search and the first link I found was this one:
http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/howto-...iguration.html

When you encounter problems with the installation and/or configuration or have specific problems/questions, that's when you turn to LinuxQuestions.

Kind regards,

Eric

meandsushil 02-14-2010 01:33 AM

thank friendddddddddddddddddddddddd

TB0ne 02-14-2010 11:46 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by meandsushil (Post 3862231)
how to setup squid server in centos? give me step by step answer please!
please guide me i know linux but i am new to centos, and i just joined on job where i am asked to setup aserver.

CentOS IS Linux, so if you already know Linux, this is no different. Did you even try to search for any of the online guides first?

meandsushil 02-15-2010 12:32 AM

yes, i tried and search on net too, here on my job i am asked to setup a server on centos?
i have cent os i386, will it work on amd processor?
and what is 32 bit and 64 bit version>? which one is better?is 64 bit version more powerful than 32 bit?

and one personnel question, i am BE IN COMPUTER and i am RHCT certified, should go for RHCE EXAM? OR take experience in what i am doing?
thanks in advance.
sushil

meandsushil 02-15-2010 12:32 AM

yes, i tried and search on net too, here on my job i am asked to setup a server on centos?
i have cent os i386, will it work on amd processor?
and what is 32 bit and 64 bit version>? which one is better?is 64 bit version more powerful than 32 bit?

and one personnel question, i am BE IN COMPUTER and i am RHCT certified, should go for RHCE EXAM? OR take experience in what i am doing?
thanks in advance.
sushil

TB0ne 02-15-2010 12:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by meandsushil (Post 3863892)
yes, i tried and search on net too, here on my job i am asked to setup a server on centos?
i have cent os i386, will it work on amd processor?
and what is 32 bit and 64 bit version>? which one is better?is 64 bit version more powerful than 32 bit?

and one personnel question, i am BE IN COMPUTER and i am RHCT certified, should go for RHCE EXAM? OR take experience in what i am doing?
thanks in advance.
sushil

This makes very little sense. You are saying you have a degree in computer science, RHCT certified, but don't know if i386 software will work on AMD processors?? The difference between 32 and 64 bit versions, and which is better???

First, i386 MAY work on AMD processors, providing they're x86 compatible. If you have a 64bit CPU, the 32 bit software may (or may not) work. But you don't say what kind of AMD CPU.

Second, there are many articles on Google, that can explain the differences between 32 bit and 64 bit systems, for any OS. In short, 64bit can provide you more speed and resources, providing the code driving the request is written to take advantage of the 64 bit system.

On the 'personal' question, I'd continue learning more basics, before moving forward, in your case. If you truly have a degree in CS and RHCT certification, and don't know these basics, you're missing quite a bit. Get a firm footing, then go forward. Some more study in spelling, grammar, and capitalization/punctuation might be good too.

meandsushil 02-16-2010 12:33 AM

yes! thank you, i am BE IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING NOT CS.DO YOU WORK ON CENTOS?

meandsushil 02-16-2010 12:34 AM

"Get a firm footing, then go forward. Some more study in spelling, grammar, and capitalization/punctuation might be good too." AND WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?

meandsushil 02-16-2010 12:41 AM

I know all about grammar , spelling and capitalization as well,beside networking,I have also written 6 articles on various issues and i have good hand on Coral draw too.thank you
your replies are welcome!

TB0ne 02-16-2010 10:19 AM

Consolidating three posts minutes apart..
Quote:

Originally Posted by meandsushil (Post 3865165)
yes! thank you, i am BE IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING NOT CS.DO YOU WORK ON CENTOS?

Yes, as well as other flavors of Linux.

Quote:

"Get a firm footing, then go forward. Some more study in spelling, grammar, and capitalization/punctuation might be good too." AND WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?
Means that instead of getting additional certificates, etc., learn the basics first, and make sure you have a good depth of knowledge. Your questions indicate you don't know the basics yet.

Quote:

I know all about grammar , spelling and capitalization as well,beside networking,I have also written 6 articles on various issues and i have good hand on Coral draw too.thank you
your replies are welcome!
Your posts don't indicate that you do. Even on this one, the 'I' isn't capitalized, Corel is misspelled, bad punctuation, etc.

meandsushil 02-16-2010 01:29 PM

Ok ok,thank you for letting me know my mistakes. Just tell me how to configure yum in centos pleaseeeeee, i am on job, please, give me step by step commands

TB0ne 02-16-2010 01:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by meandsushil (Post 3865861)
Ok ok,thank you for letting me know my mistakes. Just tell me how to configure yum in centos pleaseeeeee, i am on job, please, give me step by step commands

  1. Go to http://www.google.com
  2. Enter "configure yum centos"
  3. Press ENTER
  4. Follow links/instructions
If you are "on job", and "know linux", you should, again, know these basics.

chrism01 02-16-2010 07:36 PM

If you want to configure SQUID, see post #2 above and also http://www.linuxhomenetworking.com/w...ess_with_Squid

HasC 02-16-2010 07:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TB0ne (Post 3865888)
  1. Go to http://www.google.com
  2. Enter "configure yum centos"
  3. Press ENTER
  4. Follow links/instructions
If you are "on job", and "know linux", you should, again, know these basics.

You're mean, men. Probably overloaded the poor's pleb brain with your overly technical explanations. "computer engineering" my arse!


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